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The Cheapest Ways to Stream Baseball (Even If You Don’t Have Cable)

Just because you got rid of cable doesn’t mean that you don’t have to go without baseball for the entire season. Here are some ways that you can watch MLB games live without paying for cable.

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Geek Trivia: Which Of These Common Vegetables Is A Prolific Perennial?

Which Of These Common Vegetables Is A Prolific Perennial?

  1. Peas
  2. Asparagus
  3. Corn
  4. Carrots

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How to Add or Remove Icons From Your MacBook Pro’s Touch Bar

Not sure you love the touch bar? Maybe you mostly just don’t love what’s on it. No worries: that’s easy to change.

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How to Enable Click To Play Plugins in Google Chrome

Chrome no longer supports any plugin except Flash, and even Flash won’t run automatically unless you give it permission. However, Chrome’s new click-to-play behavior is a little different from the old behavior.

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What’s the Difference Between Dolby Digital and DTS, and Should I Care?

Just like music, surround sound platforms are available in multiple standards. The two big ones supported by most high-end home audio systems are Dolby Digital and DTS (short for the owner of the standard, Dedicated To Sound). But what’s the difference between the two?

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How to Adjust the Brightness of Google Wifi’s LED Lights

If you’ve jumped on the Google Wifi train (or at least been considering it), then you know there are a lot of reasons to love Google’s mesh network setup. And as helpful as the indicator lights are to let you know everything is powered up and running smoothly, they can also be a distraction. Here’s how to turn them off.

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What Rating Should You Give Your Uber, Lyft, or Other Driver?

The gig economy looks like it’s here to stay. Although Uber still has the occasional battle with regulators, for the most part smartphone app-driven gig companies are popping up for every service imaginable.

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