Bouncebacks could be killing your email marketing. TrueMail makes sure it never happens again

TLDR: With TrueMail’s bulk email verifier, you can check the validity of every email address on your marketing list before your emails go out. Sure, social media is young and flashy with some unquestionable advantages. But if you ask companies about the tactics that truly make an impact on their bottom line, they’ll tell you that … Continue reading Bouncebacks could be killing your email marketing. TrueMail makes sure it never happens again Continue Reading

OnePlus CEO’s recent comment on cheap phones genuinely confuses us

Earlier this week, a new interview with OnePlus co-founder and CEO Pete Lau hit the internet. During the interview, Lau talked quite a bit about the company’s plans in the near and far off future. He also talked about some cheap OnePlus phones on the way. While it’s far from a secret at this point that a budget-oriented … Continue reading OnePlus CEO’s recent comment on cheap phones genuinely confuses us Continue Reading

We asked, you told us: Camera flashes are basically now just flashlights

Night mode on our smartphone cameras has gotten so good over the years. How good?! Night mode on our smartphone cameras has gotten so good over the years, that people are very rarely using their camera flash for taking photos. We asked you last week on the website, Twitter, and YouTube to tell us what you use your camera flash for. Nearly 20,000 Android Authority fans … Continue reading We asked, you told us: Camera flashes are basically now just flashlights Continue Reading

How to cancel your Sling TV subscription 39 Edgar Cervantes

Sling TV has a great selection of content available for free, but you must pay to “get the whole enchilada”, as the company says. But while it’s one of the best live streaming TV services, it can get very pricey. The lowest plans go for $30 a month, and even with discounts the price doesn’t go … Continue reading How to cancel your Sling TV subscription 39 Edgar Cervantes Continue Reading

Setting this image as wallpaper could soft-brick your phone

Editor’s note: Proceed with caution – this issue is real, and we don’t know yet why it’s happening. Here’s a cool and a bit scary story for you this Sunday morning. Simply setting this image as wallpaper on your phone could cause it to crash and become unable to boot. The issue was reported by well-known … Continue reading Setting this image as wallpaper could soft-brick your phone Continue Reading

Samsung Galaxy A51 review: Great screen, bad performance

The Samsung Galaxy A51 is one of Samsung’s biggest mid-range entries for 2020. This is the first time Samsung’s A-series has been available in the US, arriving as an affordable option for people who want a Samsung smartphone but don’t want to pay $1,000 to get one. With so much competition in the mid-range, is … Continue reading Samsung Galaxy A51 review: Great screen, bad performance Continue Reading

Microsoft lays off journalists to replace them with AI

Microsoft News and MSN is increasingly being run by robots Microsoft is laying off dozens of journalists and editorial workers at its Microsoft News and MSN organizations. The layoffs are part of a bigger push by Microsoft to rely on artificial intelligence to pick news and content that’s presented on MSN.com, inside Microsoft’s Edge browser, … Continue reading Microsoft lays off journalists to replace them with AI Continue Reading

Recommended Reading: He bought StubHub right before the pandemic

The week’s noteworthy writing on technology and more. Worst. Deal. Ever. Noah Kirsch, Forbes In November, Eric Baker’s online ticket marketplace Viagogo purchased rival StubHub for $4 billion. Baker was actually one of StubHub’s co-founders before he was fired from the company. The deal closed in February — just in time for COVID-19 to stop all … Continue reading Recommended Reading: He bought StubHub right before the pandemic Continue Reading

How to watch SpaceX’s first crew dock with the International Space Station

Docking is scheduled for 10:29AM ET On Saturday afternoon, SpaceX launched its first human crew to space for NASA on the company’s new Crew Dragon spacecraft — but the mission isn’t over yet. After spending nearly a full day in orbit, the two passengers on board SpaceX’s vehicle, NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley, … Continue reading How to watch SpaceX’s first crew dock with the International Space Station Continue Reading

Earth’s first off-world colonies will be built on soil

As Apollo astronauts trundled and trod awkwardly across the desolate lunar landscape, an insidious menace scuffed up their spacesuits. Moondust. Fine as talcum powder, sharp as glass and seemingly everywhere, these super-fine particles coated the astronauts like soot and permeated their crew cabin, where it became more than a mere nuisance. Not only did it … Continue reading Earth’s first off-world colonies will be built on soil Continue Reading