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Now that no one is cashing in their travel rewards anymore, credit cards issuers are increasingly offering at-home benefits to their cardholders. Amex just announced a one-year Uber Eats Pass for its card members—the latest in a trend of cards offering food delivery app perks.Read more...

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When you ask someone how they’re doing, if they don’t throw out the usual “I’m fine,” they’ll probably mention that they’re tired, or even exhausted. So what’s going on? Are we all actually that tired all the time? Have we just stopped sleeping? Though it’s different for every person, if you find that you do get what…Read more...

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Edge’s experimental sidebar has been available in Edge Canary since August, but the highly-requested feature is now live in the browser’s developer build. This brings it another step closer to the stable version most of us use. Until then, you can get an early look at the feature in Edge Chromium’s Dev and Canary…Read more...

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On October 2, 2020, Merriam-Webster.com reported that searches for the word “schadenfreude” had increased by 30,500% on the site, making it the most popular word of the day. This was, of course, the day it was announced that Donald and Melania Trump had both tested positive for COVID-19.Read more...

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The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) now recommends that screening for colon cancer start at age 45, not 50. This proposal is not yet finalized, but if it still stands after four weeks of public comment, insurance companies will most likely have to cover the cost of screening for 45-year olds if they don’t…Read more...

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I’ve never been a fan of how Samsung treats beta operating system updates. Admittedly, I’m saying that out of jealousy, because it seems that I’m never “eligible” to install one of them on any my devices. (My Pixels, on the other hand, are always enrolled in some kind of Android beta, and it’s a much easier and more…Read more...

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Hypothermia is a life-threatening condition that can occur if a person gets too cold. (The word literally means “low [body] temperature.”) Here’s how to recognize it, and what to do if you’re with somebody who is showing symptoms.Read more...

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It might feel like we’ve reached that point in the pandemic when we’ve simply run out of ideas for how to switch things up and conjure some fresh joy inside our four walls. But if you haven’t built your own indoor ball pit yet, you’ve still got at least one trick up your sleeve.Read more...

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Speed reading is a skill that almost seems like a superpower. The ability to quickly read and comprehend books, articles and other written materials would be life-changing for a lot of us. But is speed reading something you’re born having the ability to do, or is it something anyone can learn? A slew of cheap apps…Read more...

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A good pickle is a very pleasing thing, but branching out from fridge pickles can seem a little intimidating if you’ve never fermented anything before. But lacto-fermentation—which requires nothing but salt and an oxygen-free environment—is far more accessible than it sounds, especially if you have a vacuum sealer.Read more...

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The time change is hard enough on us humans. We won’t have to wake up until an hour later, but we’re slaves to the clock, and so we’ll still figure out how to get ourselves to meetings and appointments on time. But our pets don’t know that the time has changed, so they’ll be confused when their schedule is a bit off.…Read more...

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If you’re thinking of passing your wealth down to your children because you love them, think again. Some of the most financially successful people in the world deny their children the bulk of their inheritance as a way to build character, and you can, too.Read more...

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Some people have known how they’re going to vote in next week’s election—and, specifically, the presidential race—since Wednesday, November 9, 2016. Others somehow still remain undecided, even less than a week before Election Day. And then there are those who have already voted by mail, but have since changed their…Read more...

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Eight Sleep’s Pro Pro Cover and Sabrent SSDs lead Wednesday’s best deals.Read more...

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One day, a few years ago, I mentioned to my mother-in-law that she always seemed annoyed in text messages. “What? Why?” she asked, clearly surprised. Read more...

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If you love staring at the bright, white backgrounds in your various devices’ operating systems, this article is not for you. I can’t stand it, personally. I stare at enough screens during the day that switching over to dark mode is an almost indescribable relief on my eyes. Plus, it’s super goth. Here’s how to set up…Read more...

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The pandemic makes it challenging to plan anything ahead of time, including voting. Maybe you previously thought you would be out of town on November 3, but now your trip is cancelled and you want to vote in person. Or perhaps you got caught up in all the excitement surrounding requesting a mail-in ballot a few months…Read more...

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Some of us love traveling or spending time with family, friends, and co-workers during the holidays. Some us do not. For those of us in the latter category, I have great news: you have the perfect built-in excuse to opt out of any and all holiday plans you do not wish to attend. (In case you don’t know which excuse I…Read more...

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A technical preview of Zoom’s end-to-end encryption (E2EE) will roll out to free and premium users in the next Windows, Mac, and Android app updates, with iOS and iPad soon to follow. Enabling Zoom’s E2EE makes video calls much more secure, but there’s a catch: Zoom’s E2EE disables several other features, including…Read more...

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For many young couples with kids and bills to pay, a common response to estate planning is “what estate?” Yet an important aspect of having a will—one that couples tend to overlook—is choosing a guardian. Failing to choose a guardian could mean chaos after your death, with the potential scenario of your child being…Read more...

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YouTube’s app on Android and iOS is getting some big updates to its video controls, including new gestures and rearranged overlay menus with shortcuts for toggling full-screen mode on and off, as well as other features. Once they’re available for you, here’s how you to find and take full advantage of them.Read more...

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