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The 2019 Copenhagenize Index ranks the world's urban hubs on how much they're doing to promote life on two wheels.
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The new Acer ultrabook is ultrathin, ultralight, and gets all-day battery life. It's a road warriors dream.
Emerging research suggests exposure to wildfire smoke may alter the immune system for years.
For a small group of bitcoin enthusiasts, the internet is a vulnerability. They're using satellites, ham radios, and mesh networks to stay current on the cryptocurrency.
She's calling her new shapewear line 'Kimono'—which is both terrible and terribly useful.
You can use more than one microphone or input device with GarageBand on your Mac. Instead of buying more hardware, you can configure your Audio MIDI Setup utility to create an aggregate device that treats each mic like a track in a single input. Then you can set up multiple...
About This Particular Macintosh: About the personal computing experience™--Cover art by Heather Sitarzewski
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