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The Food Network’s cooking app gets hyped as “The Peloton of Food,” like it’s being pitched to a venture capital firm. Dubbed the Food Network Kitchen, the app is available on iOS, Android, and Amazon devices, and it offers a growing host of content featuring scads of Food Network stars who are so famous you …

Some parts of the US have started to open up again, but for most of us, staying inside is still the best course of action (or inaction). The pandemic isn’t a Zoom meeting that’s run a bit too long—we can’t check out just because we’re bored. To keep you entertained, we’ve gathered the best deals …

I also think about, we’re having a lot of talks right now about race, and racism, and the black community, and other under-represented people of color in the tech industry. And I’ve heard they have this experience where they look around and they say, “OK, people here are mostly white.” This is the experience that …

Published on July 3rd, 2020 When selecting a site name, users are faced with a specific concept — the domain level. Some say that the third-level names are bad, others consider alternative options irrelevant. How to correctly determine the domain level, and which one the search engines do not like? Let’s analyze the key points. …

When it comes to smart assistants, we like Google Assistant over Amazon’s Alexa here at WIRED. It’s easier to set up and is just better at answering voice questions, hands-free. A growing number of smart speakers and smart displays support it too. Klipsch’s “Three II” speaker costs $250 at Amazon right now. It was $574 …

Published on July 2nd, 2020 Most of us right now are staying indoors due to the pandemic. Because of strict guidelines to help curb the infection, most people don’t have anything to do. We all just have to wait out the pandemic brought on by COVID-19. Luckily, we have science and technology on our side. …

In the past few months, I’ve used very, very little cellular data. Yet my family has paid around $200 per month for our five-member unlimited-data family plan on AT&T. That seems … silly, to put it nicely. If you’ve thought the same, well, you have a few options. First, you can suspend your phone service. …

Published on July 1st, 2020 In today’s time’s attack on domains and websites is a common thing. If privacy is an important consideration then having a proxy server really helps. It acts as a barrier between you and the internet so the details of websites visited remains on that server instead of on your computer. …

You don’t need binoculars to enjoy birds, but they do make the watching experience more intimate. They’re also handy when you buy the cheap seats at the ballpark. “Bins,” as enthusiasts call them, range from dirt cheap to the price of a small car. To help you make sense of the often bewildering range of …

Published on June 29th, 2020 Why Convert AVI To MOV? Both MOV and AVI are common video formats in digital life. AVI is a widely used multimedia container format for storing video and audio information with synchronized playback of video with audio. But there will be a lot of problems when you want to play …