From The Next Web: PSA: Bigger smartphone apertures don’t count if the sensors get smaller

In the past few years, smartphone manufacturers have started paying more attention to the optics they use on their smartphone, using wider apertures for better low light performance. That’s awesome, but as a photographer, I have an ongoing gripe abou…

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From The Next Web: Na Zdorovie: Doing business with Russians explained

Former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill once famously said: “Russia is a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma.â€� Even though Russia has undergone extraordinary political and cultural transformations and successfully embraced Western-…

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From The Next Web: Get the most out of your Windows 10 taskbar with these customization tips

The Windows 10 experience is anchored by the taskbar. It provides an information-packed reference point for your workflow, but not every desktop serves the same purpose. Here are a few customization tips that’ll show you how to move, resize, and cust…

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From The Next Web: Tackle 22 classes covering digital marketing in all its forms for only $15

Instructors Phil Ebiner and Diego Davila outline all the best tactics for conquering your digital marketing uncertainty with this mega bundle of learning, the Digital Marketing 22-Course Masterclass, which you can get right now for just $15 from TNW De…

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From The Next Web: What paddleboarding has taught me about being a balanced entrepreneur

If I told you that I credit paddleboarding to my success in entrepreneurship, you’d probably laugh me out of the boat, or the board — and I wouldn’t blame you! Founding and running a successful business requires many skills, and propelling one’…

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From The Next Web: 5 thing to keep in mind when choosing a business partner

In an era where many CMOs are focused on digital transformation, we’re often focused on the tools, processes and technology that can help us succeed in creating the omnichannel strategies that drive revenue (and other jargon). But there’s another i…

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From The Next Web: My time at the White House convinced me of the urgency of reforming surveillance

Around the time Edward Snowden began working for as a computer specialist for the intelligence community in 2006, I decided to leave my job as a lawyer for the American Civil Liberties Union to go inside America’s growing surveillance state. Congress…

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From The Next Web: Windscribe is a VPN on steroids and it’s also an extra 15% off right now

VPNs are one of the most battle-tested means of protecting yourself from theft and other web dangers. However, Windscribe is offering VPN security that’s more than just a VPN…which is why you should seriously consider this lifetime pro subscription…

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From The Next Web: Facebook shows the future of media is all about UX, not original content

Facebook recently announced the launch of a revamped video streaming service aptly called “Watch.â€� Despite the hype, we should be careful jumping to the conclusion Mark Zuckerberg and his Facebook behemoth have their sights set on Hollywood. The r…

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From The Next Web: What a world of AI robot writers will look like

Just as video killed the radio star, so too will AI demolish writers, journalists, and editors. Legions of wordsmiths — from Fiverr freelancers to The New York Times reporters — may soon find themselves out of work. However, they will be defeated …

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