The new Edge browser review: A new Microsoft

The new Microsoft Edge Browser logo

Microsoft has released the first stable version of its new Edge browser based on the open source version of Chrome, Chromium. When Microsoft announced it was going to abandon its current browser and start over, it took the tech industry by surprise, myself included. With this new Edge browser, let’s see how the new Edge browser stacks up against the competition. 

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Use the Poster Database (TPDb) to download movie posters

The frontpage of The Poster Database (TPDb) site.

I remember trying to search and download movie posters way back in the day and not having much luck finding proper quality sizes. The sites I found always ended up having tiny images or wanting you to buy the posters themselves. With the recent launch of their website, The Poster Database contains high quality original and official movie posters. Let’s see what it has to offer. 

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Tutanota email review: A private alternative to Gmail?

People have become more aware of the need for privacy for their communication. Tutanota email and other private email services offer to put a stop to our emails being analyzed and profiles built around us, especially Google with Gmail. I took a quick look at Tutanota to see if it’s worth switching over to.

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