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Facebook and Instagram Add Notices That Say User Tracking Keeps Their Apps Free

You've probably heard the phrase by now: "if you're not paying, then you're the product." It's sad but true—such is the real cost of social media. Keeping this in mind, you start to see why Facebook remains in strong opposition of Apple's' new privacy options. Much of Facebook's earnings probably come from personalized ads, after all. Facebook Tries to Convince You to Enable App Tracking In continued pushback against...

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Krita Is Now Available on the Epic Games Store

Looking at the top creative software available today, you'll find that a vast majority of programs either require you to sign up for a pricey subscription (we're looking at you, Adobe and Autodesk) or make a hefty one-time purchase (and now we're looking at you, Clip Studio Paint). Neither of those options are terribly unreasonable requests, but it does make digital art a little less accessible. Luckily, there's always Krita, the...

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Amazon Delivery Drivers May Soon Assemble Your Furniture Too

We live in a time where it's basically impossible to discuss online retail without mentioning Amazon. The shopping giant is miles ahead of the game when it comes to online retail, as evidenced by Amazon Prime's 200 million subscribers. Doesn't look like Amazon will loosen its grip on its lead, either. Apparently, the world's largest online retailer is now also looking into adding an assembly service. Will Amazon Delivery Soon...