How to Opt Out of Facebook Browser History Ads on iOS, Android and the Web

It is old news that Facebook doesn’t really care about your privacy. The latest news isn’t much different either, as we’ve now learned that Facebook is selling your search history to help advertisers better target you with specific products. This may be delightful for some, but is entirely bad news for many, particularly for those … Continue reading How to Opt Out of Facebook Browser History Ads on iOS, Android and the Web

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How to Configure Your Mac to Work with Google DNS or OpenDNS

There are a number of reasons why you should be using a third-party DNS server instead of the one provided by your Internet Service Provider. One of the main reasons is it speeds up your Internet connection. Getting a third-party DNS server, like Google DNS or OpenDNS, set up is fairly easy, and if you … Continue reading How to Configure Your Mac to Work with Google DNS or OpenDNS

Now Everyone Is Free to Join Pinterest, No Invite Needed

  Folks, it looks like Pinterest has just opened its doors to the public. If you’ve ever used Pinterest before, then probably someone invited you to join in. Now, those who are planning to sign up but were previously discouraged by the waiting process, can opt to create an account using their Facebook or Twitter … Continue reading Now Everyone Is Free to Join Pinterest, No Invite Needed

Pinterest Becomes Top Traffic Driver for Women’s Magazines

Pinterest hasn’t just become a significant source of referral traffic for retailers; it’s also becoming a top traffic driver for women’s lifestyle, home decor and cooking magazines, some of which are seeing bigger referral numbers from the image-collecting service than from major portals like Facebook and Yahoo. Beginning this summer, Pinterest became the top social … Continue reading Pinterest Becomes Top Traffic Driver for Women’s Magazines

How to Calibrate Any Display in Mac OS X

Regardless of what you use your computer for, there’s one thing that’s in common with all set ups: a display. There are tons of different display manufacturers to choose from with varying standards of quality, and because of this, each of your displays may not have the exact same color accuracy. There is a remedy … Continue reading How to Calibrate Any Display in Mac OS X