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Food, Health, & You - Live Longer, Prevent & Reverse Illness

Food, Health, & You – Live Longer, Prevent & Reverse Illness

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Standard text ads will live on a bit longer, Microsoft Advertising says

Apparently, there are still quite a number of advertisers with active standard text ads in their Microsoft Advertising accounts. Their end date has been extended. The change. Microsoft Advertising had said standard text ads would no longer serve after 2019. On Monday, the company announced existing standard text ads may continue to serve until March …

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Speakable Markup No Longer Restricted to News Publishers

Speakable Markup No Longer Restricted to News Publishers

Ashley Scharber – December 27, 2019 Google is expanding the use of its speakable structured data markup. What was previously restricted to verified news publishers will soon be available more broadly, according to Danny Sullivan of Google. The markup, created through a partnership between Google and schema.org, lets content creators identify the text on a …

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Password lessons: Longer is better, so is salt

Infosec pros who had no idea of how easily a stolen list of hashed passwords could be cracked got a sobering lesson at this month’s SecTor security conference in Toronto. There, Will Hunt, co-founder of the U.K. based In.security consulting firm, casually talked of systems that can be built around a common (about $1,500) Nvidea …

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iOS 13.1 Downgrade From iOS 13.1.2 No Longer Possible After Apple Stops Signing The Firmware

Apple has stopped signing iOS 13.1 around a week after making iOS 13.1.2 available to the public. Oddly, Apple already stopped signing iOS 13.1.1 last week, too. At the same time Apple also stopped signing iOS 12.4.1 and iOS 13, but for some reason chose to keep iOS 13.1 around for a little while longer. …

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Google Play Music will no longer be installed by default on Android 10, YouTube Music takes it place before feature parity is achieved – Ausdroid

We spotted earlier this month that Google intends on replacing the Google Play Music brand with the YouTube Music brand. In true Google fashion, they have allowed both apps to exist simultaneously, have different feature sets and have provided no road map towards feature parity and eventual replacement. This week on the YouTube Blog, the …

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5 Tips to Keep Your iPhone Running Well for Longer

It feels like new iPhones come out all the time, and they come with a big price tag, with the new iPhone 11 retailing at $699. It’s no surprise that people want to keep their gadgets working at their best, but unfortunately, older iPhones can slow down and become frustrating to use over time. That’s …

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