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How to Get Your Podcast on iTunes

How to Get Your Podcast on iTunes

Podcast hosting on iTunes is arguably the best and most popular way to ensure that your podcast reaches as many listeners as possible. Fortunately, it’s pretty easy to upload podcasts to iTunes—you can even get it done in less than an hour! In this blog post, we give you a step-by-step guide on how to...

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Twitter Inc Revamps Privacy Settings for the Web

Twitter Inc Revamps Privacy Settings for the Web

Twitter unveiled redesigned privacy settings for the web with the aim of making them easier to locate, use and understand. The social network said the changes were made following a global privacy study by its research team, and improvements include updated icons and navigation, as well as language that was made easier to understand on...

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How to Write a Great Website Brief

How to Write a Great Website Brief

A good website design brief is a strong foundation for a successful web design project as it outlines all the necessary elements to include in your project. Make sure that your project is a success with a well crafted web design brief. Starting a web design project on the right foot can be a complex...

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Two Nintendo Switch Hackers Have Been Arrested for Fraud

Two Nintendo Switch Hackers Have Been Arrested for Fraud

Two members of Team Executer, a hacking and piracy organization known for its Nintendo hacks, have been arrested and charged with fraud. Gary Bowser and Max Louarn were arrested in the Dominican Republic and are both known for allegedly leading the group to make tools such as the SX Pro USB that allows pirated games to...

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YouTube Introduce a New Feature for Premium subscribers

YouTube Introduce a New Feature for Premium subscribers

YouTube  has long allowed its users to test new features and products before they go live to a wider audience. But in a recent change, YouTube’s latest series of experiments are being limited to those who subscribe to the Premium tier of YouTube’s service. Currently, paid subscribers are the only ones able to test several new product features,...

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Bringing micro-mobility to the African Continent

Bringing micro-mobility to the African Continent

When you look at maps of micromobility across the world, it appears there’s not a ton of activity throughout Africa. Well, that’s because there’s not, Gura Ride founder and CEO Tony Adesina said at TC Sessions: Mobility. In Africa, there are “very few” micromobility operators, Adesina said. “Almost non-existent.” That’s why launching bike and scooter share in...