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The best free video editor 2017

Free video editors Free video editors have come a long way since the glory days of Windows Movie Maker. Today’s freebies are packed with professional level features and are astonishingly easy to use. Perhaps your needs are very basic and you simply want to trim unwanted sections out of a clip. Alternatively, you might want to get more adventurous – ... Read More »

You might apply for your next job on Facebook

Facebook is moving forcefully into the personal space of LinkedIn today with the announcement that it’s rolling out new features that will enable job posting and application directly on the site. In a blog post , Facebook stated that starting today businesses in the US and Canada would be able to post job openings which future employees would be able ... Read More »

Best Android games 2017: our top picks

While the ‘free-to-play’ market has taken a bit of a beating of late due to gamers falling out of love with the use of in-app payments, the world of mobile gaming is still an exciting one. Whether you want games that will just last the length of a commute, or want to be lost in a port of GTA where ... Read More »

Elon Musk Slams Donald Trump’s Immigration Ban, Later Deletes Tweets

SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk posted and then quickly deleted three tweets that condemned US President Trumps order on immigration, saying they were accidentally published. “Regarding govt policy, there are often things that happen that many people don’t agree with. This is normal for a functioning democracy,” Musk wrote in one of the tweets. A second tweet read: “They ... Read More »

Heightened Hearing, Toasty Toes, and Glass Speakers

Welcome to another edition of Gadget Dreams and Nightmares, the column that breaks down the latest in gadget announcements to determine if they’d be naughty or nice additions to your stocking. Hanging on the fireplace this time around are earbuds to improve your hearing, heated insoles, and a small transparent speaker, which is called “Small Transparent Speaker.” As always, these ... Read More »

Fact-Checking the President-Elect’s Tweets

Fact-checking President-elect Donald Trump can be a chore, even for people paid to do it. The Washington Post wants to make it less so, with add-ons to the popular Chrome and Firefox browsers. The browser extension, RealDonaldContext, is available from the Chrome Web Store or the Mozilla Foundation. After installation, any time you click on a tweet on the @realdonaldtrump ... Read More »