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Gmail Sender Icons is a handy Chrome extension that puts each sender's website favicon in the subject line.
Save Spotify radio stations for offline listening, snip out the gaps between songs, keep the music playing when your playlist runs out, and more.
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Sometimes you need a break from the cloud when your internet connection isn't the greatest.
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A 20-year Mac veteran decides it's finally time to switch to a Windows PC—and he's taking us on his journey, step by step, starting with what drove him to bail on Apple.