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Mashable 07/24/2020 12:57
There's no academic panic quite like the night before an exam when you can't quite grasp the words in front of you no matter how many times you've read them. It's then that you want help but where to turn? You've played back the professor's lecture dozens of times already. The teaching assistant is likely fast asleep and not up to answering your frantic messages. And your friends probably don't know much more than you do. An online tutor can be your sanity—and grade—saver. Online tutoring services are among the best tools you can use to help get ahead academically, from tutoring videos to live one-on-one help, often 24/7. They're especially useful now that you might not be on campus and all your classes could be via . More about , , , and.
Mashable 07/24/2020 10:46
It's Friday, which means the weekend is finally upon us. It also means that you get a new batch of cheap laptop deals from us, delivered right to your screen. That's a double win if you ask us. This weekend, you can get a few great 2-in-1 devices from Acer, Lenovo, and Google, as well as budget laptops from Dell, Asus and more. Check out what we dug up:. SEE ALSO:. The convertible Acer Spin 1 is a high-performance 2-in-1 device that's great for knocking out the stuff on your work to-do list. Get one at Walmart and save $100 — only $269. More about , , , , and.
Mashable 07/24/2020 10:38
If you’re a Taylor Swift fan online — the kind that hangs out on Tumblr or peruses her Spotify playlists — you know "All Too Well," a non-single from 2012’s Red , is held in the highest esteem. It’s become shorthand for signaling you get her. Sure, "" and "" are catchy and fun and bigger commercial hits, but it’s "All Too Well" that clues people in on all the reasons that actually , you love Taylor just a little bit more. The detailed stories that invoke memories you , imagery-rich snapshots that can describe a whole life in three-and-a-half minutes. More about , , and.
Mashable 07/24/2020 10:14
Another Friday in quarantine, baby. You know that means: , for a while now. We found 17 good tweets that'll hopefully give you a chuckle. And you better believe we included some tweets about Taylor Swift's . So, yep, here they are, 17 good tweets from this week. 1. It's almost strange. 2. Is she a model? I miss bars. I miss ordering a nice drink and having multiple people ask me if I’m a model. Then more people ask me if I’m a model. Everyone at the bar would start yelling “are you a model?!”until I’d have to stand on the bar and make a formal announcement that I am NOT a model. — Maggie? Winters? (@saggiesplinters). More about , , , , and.
Mashable 07/24/2020 10:04
The internet turned credit card fraud into a global industry. Online, fraudsters met on forums, swapping tips, coordinating plans, and reselling stolen credit card numbers in bulk. This framework of cybercrime, carved out of the social web of the early 2000s, is the template that cybercrime syndicates still use today. Much of this can be traced back to Brett Johnson, administrator of the most successful of these forums: ShadowCrew. ShadowCrew became the focus of an ongoing cat-and-mouse game between police and thieves, featuring complex undercover operations, prison breakouts, and some of the largest—and most costly—data breaches in history. More about , , , , and.
Mashable 07/16/2020 05:10
Forget opening a can of worms. How about opening a can of beans? On Monday, Ivanka Trump (referred to by Trevor Noah as "winner of take your daughter to work day") decided to use her 9-million-strong Twitter platform to promote Goya beans, prompting both and questions over . A short while later, Trump decided to — a disturbing image of himself grinning in the Oval Office, holding up both thumbs in front of a range of Goya products. Like the rest of us, Trevor Noah had some thoughts. "I mean, I'm glad the president is using his desk for probably the first time in months, but come on guys — you've got to admit, this is pretty embarrassing," says The Daily Show host in the clip above. "The dude doesn't look like a president, he looks like a lo.
Mashable 07/16/2020 05:02
Everyone would love to be a superhero, right? Netflix is seizing upon that everlasting supergenre and offering the chance up in pill form. The streaming giant dropped a wildly OTT trailer for upcoming film Project Power starring Jamie Foxx, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and Dominique Fishback, which hinges around a company selling illegal pills that unlock unique superpowers in each user (in case you were wondering, it doesn't seem to go well). Set in New Orleans, the film sees Fox playing a former soldier and Gordon-Levitt a local cop, both of whom seem to be regularly taking their superpower pills. Fishback plays a teenage dealer who links up with Fox to get back someone he lost, but there are a lot of fiery, frosty, and bulletproof superfolks to.
Mashable 07/16/2020 05:00
TL;DR: A two-year subscription to is on sale for $159 as of July 16, saving you 33% on list price. (Its free service is also great.). There are a few providers that offer free versions of their services, but these always seem to come with catches. Your usage will probably be limited or you'll only get a poor connection speed. We're not complaining about a free VPN, because something is better than nothing. It would just be nice to get a free service without these catches. SEE ALSO:. is bucking this trend and actually offering an impressive free service without adverts or data limits. ProtonVPN's free service is subsidized by paid users, so everyone can benefit from the privacy and security that a VPN provides. If you would like to support onl.

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