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I tried the built-in password manager in web browsers so you don’t have to

I tried the built-in password manager in web browsers so you don’t have to – By Karthik Iyer XDA Developers
The importance of password managers cannot be understated in 2023, especially if you have a growing list of online accounts. A password manager will not only keep you safe online, but it’ll also make it easier to create and store strong passwords. I

How to use Clear Calling on Pixel phones

How to use Clear Calling on Pixel phones – By Andrew Myrick Android Central
Over the past couple of years, Google has been using the power of AI and Machine Learning to help improve the overall experience on Pixel phones. But there’s also been a focus on phone calls, aiming to cut down on the annoyances that come with talking on the phone or even just dealing with spam calls.

OCR text from PDFs on Chrome, Chromebooks

Incoming tech: OCR text from PDFs on Chrome, Chromebooks – By Kevin C. Tofel aboutchromebooks.com
While you can already digitize physical documents with Chrome and ChromeOS, you can’t natively get at the digital text of such scans. A new feature that will work both in Chrome and on Chromebooks will do just that. Google is adding OCR text from PDFs, whether you save them, receive them in an email, or scan them.

Voice typing changed my life and it can do the same for you

Voice typing changed my life and it can do the same for you – By Namerah Saud Fatmi Android Central
Have you ever found yourself in an uncomfortable situation where your brain feels like a block of stale cheese? If you’re a high-functioning individual like me, chances are that you’ve got a million different tasks at hand and not enough RAM to process all of them at once.

The one password manager setting you should always change

The one password manager setting you should always change – By Alaina Yee PCWorld
As helpful as password managers are, many have a surprisingly lax attitude toward the information you copy from them. Load up the password for your most sensitive account and that info will just sit on your clipboard indefinitely, accessible to all other apps on your phone or PC—or even remote devices, if you have cloud clipboard features enabled. You don’t need to paste the text into those apps for them to see it, either.

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