The One Thing Everyone Does In Photos That Makes Them Look Old
And some tips on how to not look so old in your pics!
Everyone is using FaceApp to post pictures looking old and wrinkly — but there are privacy concerns
In early 2017, a service called FaceApp received a wave of press for using artificial intelligence to transform pictures of faces, making them look older or younger, male or female, or adding a smile to appear happier This week, FaceApp once again made headlines as celebrities, including the Jonas Brothers, Drake and Dwayne Wade, appeared to use the app to show what they might look like when they get much older. Enough people rushed to download the app and see their own selfies…
7 Reasons Your Hands Look Old—And How To Fix Them
Keep your hands looking and feeling youthful with these tips from top skincare and beauty experts.
Habits That Make You Look Old
As we age, we change how we move. Our mobility is the strongest indicator of our real age. A
Hair mistakes that make you look older (and how to avoid them)
Celebrity hairdresser Ted Gibson gets help from several female visitors to the TODAY plaza as he shows how to address hair mistakes that can make women look older, like pulling your hair back. Watch him cut one brave volunteer’s bangs live on air!
How to Relabel Those Old Cartridge Games and Make Them Look Good as New
Because your treasured copy of The Legend of Zelda shouldn't have a tattered label.
The 15 most essential iPhone apps everyone should be using
One could make a very compelling argument that 2008 was the most important year in the history of smartphones. Not 1992 when IBM unveiled the first smartphone ever, not 1998 when Symbian planted it…
Here's the weird selfie app everyone is using, and here's what Texas celebs look like with it
You might have noticed a bizarre influx of bizarre selfies on your social media feeds this week -- especially Twitter. All of the sudden everybody...
This viral photo app that makes you look old has been all over everyone's social-media feeds....
People are using FaceApp's age filter to see what they would look like as an old person. Here's how to use it.
Everyone Can Use a Password Manager
Why is this still a problem Most people are aware that their password security is an issue. A US survey from four years ago showed 73% of consumers realizing the need to use strong passwords. This result came before Yahoo!, LinkedIn, and plenty of other headline-grabbing password breaches So if everyone knows, why did Mark Zuckerberg famously continue to use “DaDaDa” as his password on LinkedIn,…
Why Everyone's Using Charcoal
Financial Tips Everyone can use
Money Savings is a good practice for everyone young and old. Financial Health is important.
Moving: Tips That Everyone Can Use
If you're moving to a new home or bringing some of your things to a storage unit, make sure you pack your things the right way. This will help ensure that nothing breaks throughout the transition, keeping stress levels to a minimum.
Everyone uses Gmail, but not everyone knows these awesome tips and tricks
There's more to Gmail than you might think. Here's how to make the most of it, whether you want save space, disable tabs, or send money.
SEO tips everyone in PR should be using
In the world of PR, timing is everything and SEO should a critical part of every PR specialist's communication and marketing strategy.
7 Tips Everyone Can Use to Think Creatively
Maybe you're a successful business owner looking for ways to gain momentum in a new market. Perhaps you are a seasoned journalist struggling to make a tight
Top 10 Travel Sites Everyone Needs To Use
While there are literally dozens of travel sites on the internet, not all of them are good. It is a simple fact that some sites are just better than others because they are easy to use, offer great…
What Is That White Powder Everyone At The Gym Is Using?
Too much chalk is just a mess. But the right amount can mean big gains.
Tor Is For Everyone: Why You Should Use Tor
EFF recently kicked off its second Tor Challenge, an initiative to strengthen the Tor network for online anonymity and improve one of the best free privacy tools in existence. The campaign—which launched with partners at the Freedom of the Press Foundation, the Tor Project, and the Free Software Foundation—is already off to a great start. In just the first few days, it's seen over 600 new or expanded Tor nodes—more than during the entire first Tor Challenge.