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Shortcut Extravaganza: Windows, Chrome, Android, iPhone and More

What’s more appealing than a shortcut? It's a quick way to take a task and make it less painful and easier to accomplish. With shortcuts, you can cheat time a little bit and find maybe a few extra moments each day. If you save three minutes a day for a year, that’s a little over 18 hours. You could binge-watch the entire show Freaks and Geeks with four hours to spare. So, shall we get started?

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Watch out for this web link that crashes Safari

If you run into a link to a website called crashsafari.com, it's probably best not to click on it. As the website's name advertises, visiting the site crashes the Safari web browser on both desktop and mobile devices, and it's…

Apple's OS X 10.10 Yosemite: big UI overhaul, introduces "continuity," free release coming this fall

Apple kicked off its annual developer conference by unveiling the next major release of OS X, named Yosemite after California's Yosemite National Park. The OS X 10.10 update appears to bring more subtle refinements compared to previous years, but aside from a new paint job that’s cleaner and directly inspired by iOS' flatter UI, there were a couple of surprise new features that got big cheers from the crowd.

iWork for iCloud now available to anyone with an Apple ID

Without any official announcement Apple has made the beta of iWork for iCloud available to anyone with an Apple ID. First announced at WWDC back in June, initially iWork for iCloud was only available to paid developer accounts and then…