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How to watch Michael Cohen's congressional trump testimony live

On Wednesday, Michael Cohen, President of Donald Trump's personal staff lawyer, is set to testify before he becomes involved in the 2016 election. Cohen will report on Tuesday, and will do so again Thursday. On Tuesday, CBS News reported that Cohen wants to reveal the fraud and accuse the president of "criminal conduct and racism." Cohen said the Trump knew …

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The Best Chrome Enhancements to Enhance Gmail

Gmail is already pretty good, but with some carefully chosen Google Chrome extensions, you can do so much more. Here are some of our favorites. We do not usually recommend using many browser extensions as they can be a privacy-related nightmare. Still, it's hard to resist extensions that can greatly improve things for you. We've checked all these extensions ourselves, …

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Wi-Fi Cams Do More Than Just Record Video

The main purpose of Wi-Fi is to record video, but that's not the only thing they can do. Modern Wi-Fi cams are sophisticated pieces of hardware and they can do a lot more than simply record video. RELATED: What You Should Know Before Buying Wi-Fi Cameras In the market for a Wi-Fi cam, there is a lot more features that …

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Early adopter pain is real, but we need it for progress

Hadrian / Shutterstock New tech products tend to be expensive, half-useless and flawed. When describing the feeling of first-generation technology, a certain phrase comes to mind. No, it's not "repentance buyer", it's "pain at first adopter". "Early Adopter" pain is difficult to describe, but it is necessary for technical and social progress. It's like the pain that accompanies the onslaught …

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To connect your Kindle to a Wi-Fi network

You must connect your Amazon Kindle to Wi-Fi to purchase and download new books (unless you have paid for a Kindle with built-in cellular connection). Fortunately, this is easy and only takes a few moments. To connect your Kindle to a Wi-Fi network, navigate to its home screen. Next, locate the menu icon (the dots in a vertical row) in …

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