Month: June 2019
Coupon cannot be combined … with anything? PostBulletin.com Dear Jill, I was shopping at the supermarket the other day and had an extra-diligent cashier who looked at every single one of my coupons to make sure I did.
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Well that didn’t take long. President Donald Trump announced Saturday that Chinese manufacturer Huawei will be able to once again purchase goods from U.S. technology companies. This is a sharp reversal from his stance in May 2019, when Reuters reported that the U.S. Commerce Department said the company would first need U.S. approval to purchase goods from American manufacturers. According to The Washington Post, Trump made the announcement following a
When was the last time you downloaded a new app? Like, actually new, not that 5-year-old note-taking app you only just got around to checking out. Chances are, it’s been awhile. But that doesn’t have to be the case. We’re halfway through 2019, and there are already a crop of inventive new apps that are well worth your time. So kick back, relax, and refresh your home screen. These are
This is Ode To…, a weekly column where we share the stuff we’re really into in hopes that you’ll be really into it, too. Echoing with the sounds of nature, the calls of birds and soft keys, “A I R (Air In Resort)” suddenly popped up while I was listening to music on YouTube, something I tend to just leave on like the radio while working these days. The album,
According to The Vision Council, “65 percent of Americans experience digital eye strain symptoms — such as dry, irritated eyes, blurred vision, eye fatigue, and headaches — when using a computer, smartphone, and other digital devices.” (Source) If you work long hours at the office, why not upgrade your monitor to this Dell UltraSharp 32-inch 4K IPS monitor. Saving you 25 percent off the listed price and it comes with
TL;DR: A lifetime subscription to Qlearly, a chrome extension that organizes your bookmarks and tabs, is 88% off for a price of $19.99. If you’re like us, you’re well aware that clutter gives you anxiety — especially digital clutter. But that doesn’t stop you from bookmarking yet another “must-read” link to your already overflowing bookmarks bar or keeping 100+ tabs open at the same time. If your browser is such
Why online coupons connect with ultimate smart shopper: The millennial MarTech Series Smart shoppers are, well, smart for a reason. While many of us simply browse e-commerce platforms for the best price, this consumer segment does not settle for …
Sometimes, nice guys finish first — even in the corridors of the world’s wealthiest company. Apple’s design guru Sir Jony Ive is departing the company he helped shoot into the stratosphere on the best possible terms. He gets to found his own company, called LoveFrom, and design for other clients; Apple maintains its longstanding link by being first among those clients. The world gets more streamlined Ive designs in its
A second U.S. city is banning its municipal government from ever using facial recognition technologies over fears it’ll pave the way for mass surveillance. On Thursday, the city council of Somerville, Massachusetts voted 11-0 to pass the anti-facial recognition ordinance, which calls out the technology for its potential to “chill” protected free speech. “The broad application of face surveillance in public spaces is the functional equivalent of requiring every person