Nuclear is a desktop music player focused on streaming from free sources
Spotify is great. So is Apple Music, Deezer and Tidal. The problem is, at least for some people, that they all are proprietary streaming services filled with ads, tracking and DRM. Unless you pay for the service which allows you to remove the ads and enable full functionality, but not to remove the tracking and DRM.
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The easiest way to install and run macOS Catalina on your Linux machine
A quick tutorial on how set up a simple macOS VM in QEMU, accelerated by KVM. Jump over the break to learn more…
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an actual drum machine made in Excel
You can download the drum machine excel file here. However you’ll need to enable editing and allow macros to run which is not advisable. Do so at your own risk.
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A VPN won’t make you anonymous on the internet, that’s just marketing bullshit. Don’t believe the hype!
No, this is not a VPN provider ad disguised as an article. In fact, I won’t even hint at using a specific provider.
This is just an article that aims to bust some myths about what a VPN will do for you. I will do my best to describe why and when you should use a VPN. Simple as that. No hidden ad. I promise.
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It’s been quite a long time since we’ve posted an iPhone concept. And for good reason. Even if you like to admit it or not, the iPhone line-up in the last couple of years has been pretty boring. And concepts were just as boring or flat out unrealistic.
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