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The iOS ‘Lockbox’ App Lets Firefox Users Pull Up Their Passwords Quickly 

iOS: There are plenty of incredible password managers out there—1Password and LastPass come to mind—but Mozilla has password-management aspirations of its own. The company just released two new new mobile apps as part of its Test Pilot program and one, Firefox Lockbox, is a pretty convenient way to pull up your…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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Save Everything You Copy on iOS and macOS with Paste 2

Mac: When updating Lifehacker’s Mac Pack for 2018, some readers noticed that I didn’t include any clipboard management apps this time around. It’s nothing personal; there were just other apps I thought were more interesting.Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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Sync Your Lights to Your Games and Music with This App

Windows, Mac: There are plenty of apps you can use to put on a little light show in your house (or geek den) if you’ve bought into Philips’ Hue ecosystem. My room is full of the company’s expensive color-changing LED bulbs, and I’ve checked out a few of these apps, but generally don’t need to […]

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How to See Which Messages Apple is Storing in iCloud

Hi! In this week’s edition of Tech 911, the column where we attempt to solve your most pressing and head-scratching tech questions (that you should absolutely send us here), I’m venturing a little beyond the confines of the column’s setup to look at a question that’s both timely and applicable to most Apple fans.Read more… […]

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How to Find and Set Up Messages in iCloud on the Just-Released macOS 10.13.5

With the public launch of iOS 11.4 earlier this week, Messages in iCloud is finally ready for prime time—and not a moment too soon. If you ever linked your phone number to Messages on multiple devices at once, you’d have to delete the same texts on each device over and over. Now, when your devices’ […]

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Syncthing Synchronizes Your Files Without Giving Them Up to a Third-Party Service

There’s nothing inherently wrong with Dropbox, Google Drive, or whatever popular service you use to back files up to the cloud and keep them synchronized between your multiple desktops and laptops. However, data privacy is becoming a bigger deal, and we wouldn’t question you if you’re ready to make the leap away from…Read more… Continue […]

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