How to Take a Screenshot with a Visible Mouse Cursor on Mac

When taking screenshots on a Mac, the Mac screenshot tool usually hides the mouse pointer so it won’t get in the way. But sometimes, you need to capture the pointer to illustrate something properly. Luckily, it’s easy to turn on with a simple option. Here’s how. To capture the mouse cursor in screenshots, we’ll need … Continue reading How to Take a Screenshot with a Visible Mouse Cursor on Mac

Pubs and bars in Scotland call for earlier reopening as England relaxes rules

NewsPolitics The Scottish hospitality industry has called for a faster reopening as they warn pub goers may try to “jump the border” to enjoy a pint after easing of restrictions in England. Monday, 12th April 2021, 1:55 pm Updated Monday, 12th April 2021, 1:57 pm Stephen Montgomery, spokesman for the Scottish Hospitality Group and owner … Continue reading Pubs and bars in Scotland call for earlier reopening as England relaxes rules

How Aaron Rodgers' contract is 'screwing the Packers,' leaving Green Bay in free agency jeopardy

No money, mo’ problems for the Packers. The Aaron Rodgers contract situation is certainly priority 1A for the Packers this offseason, and it doesn’t look like it’s going to be resolved anytime soon. In a report published by ESPN, an anonymous NFL agent speculates that Rodgers’ contract situation is what’s holding up the Packers in free … Continue reading How Aaron Rodgers' contract is 'screwing the Packers,' leaving Green Bay in free agency jeopardy

Conor McGregor Admits He Stiffed Dustin Porier's Charity Out of $500k Donation

Another bad look for Conor McGregor … who’s admitting he never forked over the $500,000 donation check to Dustin Poirier‘s charity, despite promising to make the payment before they fought back in January. In the lead up to their main event scrap at UFC 257, McGregor repeatedly publicly declared he would send the sizable donation … Continue reading Conor McGregor Admits He Stiffed Dustin Porier's Charity Out of $500k Donation

Investigation finds Syria likely behind 2018 chlorine attack

The global chemical weapons watchdog has “reasonable grounds to believe” that Syria’s air force dropped a chlorine bomb on a residential neighbourhood in the rebel-controlled Idlib region. The new report by the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) investigative arm said on Monday no one was killed when the cylinder of chlorine gas, … Continue reading Investigation finds Syria likely behind 2018 chlorine attack

DuckDuckGo's Chrome browser extension can now block Google's group-based tracking technology

In context: Google pitched its Federated Learning of Cohorts (FLoC) tracking technology as a more privacy-respecting alternative to third-party cookies, letting advertisers track user cohorts or groups with similar browsing histories instead of targeting individuals. However, privacy advocates like the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Google’s own search-engine rival DuckDuckGo, remain unconvinced by this tracking method, … Continue reading DuckDuckGo's Chrome browser extension can now block Google's group-based tracking technology

Why Lily-Rose Depp Won't Be Talking About Those Timothée Chalamet Rumors

No, Lily-Rose Depp won’t be addressing those Timothée Chalamet relationship rumors anytime soon. The 21-year-old daughter of Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis raised eyebrows earlier this month after being spotted out with her Oscar-nominated ex. However, as Lily recently told Drew Barrymore, her parents taught her to keep her personal life, well, personal. “The value of privacy is something … Continue reading Why Lily-Rose Depp Won't Be Talking About Those Timothée Chalamet Rumors

How to Watch Videos in Picture-in-Picture in Microsoft Edge

Khamosh Pathak The picture-in-picture (PiP) mode lets you watch videos in a pop-out adjustable floating window that stays on top of your screen. You don’t need to use a third-party app to view videos like this, as it’s a built-in feature in Microsoft Edge. There are two ways to watch videos in PiP. You can … Continue reading How to Watch Videos in Picture-in-Picture in Microsoft Edge

The Big Number: 14.1 million Americans 50 and older suffer osteoporosis

About 14.1 million Americans who are 50 and older (equivalent to nearly 13 percent of that age group) have osteoporosis, meaning their bones have become weak and brittle and more prone to break. A report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention finds that far more women than men have the bone-thinning condition — about … Continue reading The Big Number: 14.1 million Americans 50 and older suffer osteoporosis

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