If you’ve been waiting for prices to drop before buying a home, you’ll likely be waiting at least a bit longer.
As cinemas around the world are closing their doors in record numbers, the theaters in our minds are more active than ever — at least judging by the explosive growth of podcasts and audiobooks.
In January of this year, when many of us in the Western world first learned about a mysterious illness in the Chinese city of Wuhan, a lone voice from the outbreak’s epicenter became an invaluable source of information for millions of people who didn’t know what to believe.
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The Michelle Obama Podcast drops today, so we’re taking this opportunity to take a look back at her memoir, Becoming, which tells the story of how she got here.
If you’re like many ambitious readers, you likely started this year with a stack of unread books you only dreamed about having the time to finish. But six months and one pandemic later, and there’s a good chance you’ve read them all, leaving you looking for some new titles to tear into.
2020 hasn’t exactly been a banner year but at least great nonfiction books just keep on coming. Here are a few of our favorites.
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, many of us are dealing with a slew of new restrictions in our lives. We’re not able to spend time with all of our loved ones; we can’t go to restaurants and bars we formerly frequented, and we’re unable to travel to places we long to visit. And there’s yet another way in which these restrictions are affecting us — and that’s right in our own kitchens.
During the past few months, grocery stores have been picked clean by panic buyers, and coronavirus outbre...
Most modern VPNs employ a similar, sleek aesthetic when it comes to their brand marketing and their software’s user interface. TunnerBear, on the other hand, takes an entirely different approach and instead embraces a playful bear-centric theme throughout the company’s website and apps. But does the lightheartedness of this brand mean you can’t take it seriously when it comes to privacy and security? In this TunnelBear review, we’ll tell you everything you need to know.
The co-founders of Giganews, a popular Usenet provider, launched VyprVPN in 2009 after learning about Room 641A, a warrantless surveillance facility operated by AT&T on behalf of the NSA. For this reason, the founders chose to incorporate their business in Switzerland, where privacy laws are stronger than they are in the U.S. But just because VyprVPN was created by privacy advocates, does that necessarily mean their service is safe?
If you’re in the market for a quality VPN, one of the most popular services in use today is IPVanish. With more than 40,000 IP addresses spread across 1,300 servers in dozens of countries, IPVanish makes it easy to mask your internet activity at all times. But is the service trustworthy and reliable? In this IPVanish review, we’ll take a look.
In the midst of massive economic upheaval, and as the threat of a second wave of Covid-19 looms large, many of us remain in relative lockdown with our lives at a standstill. And as millions of people file for unemployment each week, it’s clear that the path forward for many of us will substantially differ from the lives we were leading prior to the pandemic.