Dry weather isn’t just rough on your skin, it’s rough on your general health and even on your home. We’ve rounded up the best humidifiers for every space so you can breath easy, stay healthy, and keep your home in top top shape.
The internet is a wonderful tool that lets you connect with friends all around the world. Yet, for some reason, most video services don’t offer a way to easily watch movies, TV, or video with your long-distance friends. Fortunately, these third-party tools pick up the slack.
“Reminder ads” are a special type of annoying targeted ad that try to remind you of a product you were shopping for or interested in. You search for a product once and see ads selling it to you for a month. This is particularly obnoxious when you already bought the product you’re seeing ads for. Now, Google will let you mute these ads.
Over the next few months, Google is going to give you the ability to mute ads that appear across YouTube, Search, and Gmail so you don’t keep seeing the same ad for a product you searched for once. Or, worse, a product you already bought. The easiest option will be to click the X icon on an ad itself and specify why you don’t want to see it. You can already do this to say an ad isn’t relevant, but this will be the first time you can specify that you don’t want to see a reminder ad anymore.
You’ll also soon be able to see all of your reminder ads in one place at your Ads Settings page. Sign into your Google account and hit that page, where you’ll be able to see all of the advertisers who have open reminder ads for you and remove the ones you don’t want to see. This feature is currently rolling out for ads you see across Google’s partner websites, so if you don’t see it now, check back later.
Obviously, this will only help in regards to ads that Google itself serves. Fortunately, that’s a lot of the ads on the internet, but you may still see reminder ads across other networks or websites.
Your office is freezing and you’re certainly not imagining it—office temperatures are set, year round, at a temperature that’s very uncomfortable to most people. Here’s five ways to stay warm no matter how frosty your office is.
Facebook doesn’t think it has enough information about you. Crazy, since even without listening to everything you say, they still know a heck of a lot about you. However, a feature Facebook has recently started pushing called Protect is disguised as a way to keep your data safe, but it’s really one more way for the company to spy on you.
Your smartphone can control a lot of things these days—your smart home lighting system, your thermostat, even your TV. Sometimes though, it’s useful to have a physical and tactile button to control such things. That’s the thinking behind the Logitech Pop Smart Button, which offers you a traditional way to control your smart devices.