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Delete Your Netflix History – If You Want To!

All you need in summertime is a good AC unit along with your Netflix subscription. That’s basically the most precise definition for happiness. You can binge watch as long as you want, but you’ll end up with a really messed up watching history.

As you’re probably aware, some Netflix subscriptions come with the ability to share the account with a couple of friends or so. Each user can always create a separate profile for them to track what they watch, and get suggested shows accordingly.

Of course, Netflix tracks everything you watch and keeps it in a little record that you can always go back to. We won’t judge, every individual likes their tea in a certain way. But you [...]

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Google Earth now available for most major web browsers, thanks to WebAssembly

Google Earth has been available on the web for just over two years now, but only for Google Chrome. This is because Google built it using Chrome-only technology. As of today, Google Earth is now available in all major web browsers, including Firefox and the new Microsoft Edge, having been completely rewritten.


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BIC ballpoint pens are just 7¢ a piece in this can’t-miss Amazon sale

Today may very well be the last day that you ever buy pens. Why? Because Amazon is running a killer sale that slashes 60-packs of BIC Round Stic Xtra Life Ballpoint Pens to only $4.21 — that works out to just 7¢ per pen! The deal is for an Add-on item, which Amazon shoppers will be familiar with. Here’s a quick blurb from Amazon’s site in case you need a refresher: “Add-on items are available for purchase with over $25 of items shipped by Amazon to the same address, excluding gift cards. The Add-on program allows Amazon to offer thousands of low-priced items that would be cost-prohibitive to ship on their own.”

BIC Round Stic Xtra Life Ballpoint Pen, [...]

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Interested in 5G? You can get a 5G phone or one of these hotspots

5G connectivity, in its early days, makes a lot of sense with a hub that you can place in a good location and use with multiple devices thanks to its fast speeds and low latency. Sprint offers its customers the option of using a phone or a hotspot with its 5G. AT&T only offers a hub to business customers. The HTC 5G Hub on Sprint is the best overall 5G hotspot because it brings the newest 5G tech to home and business users alike with ease of use of a touchscreen and Android operating system.

Best Overall: HTC 5G Hub

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