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Free Video Editing Tool You Should Bookmark Now

Free Video Editing Tool You Should Bookmark Now

Video editing is a part of almost every digital marketer’s everyday life. With the rise of Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube marketing, a simple and impactful video could be the key to a successful promotion. However, a hurdle to the same is deciding what video editor to go with. While we have several video editing software to choose from, the fact ...

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7 Year Old Grandson Builds Computers From Scratch, Netizens Overwhelmed

7 Year Old Son Grandson Builds Computers From Scratch, Netizens Felt Overwhelmed

A veteran IT expert Quintin Truter, recently bragged about his super genius grandson who succeeded him when it comes to building computers and making them work. The veteran grandpa said his grandson not only well-versed with different components inside a computer but also gifted with skills to put it all together to form a working computer system. “A very proud ...

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Smart Boy Operates Locally Made Excavator, Packs Dirt From Gutter – Netizens Shockingly Reacts

Smart Boy Operates Locally Made Excavator, Packs Dirt From Gutter - Netizens Shockingly Reacts

A smart boy believed to be between the age of 9 to 10 has shocked social media users after sharing his pictures while operating a locally made excavator. In a video clip posted on LinkedIn by Talal Al Murad, the little boy was seen excavating dirt from a gutter. The excavator which is locally built on a vehicle tyre rim, ...

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4 Reasons Why You Need Video Technology For Your Company

4 Reasons Why You Need Video Technology For Your Company

Australia’s technologically advanced country is forward-thinking and full of innovative ideas, and its video technology system reflects this. Despite the hassle of this pandemic, Australian businesses are outfitted with the newest technologies that help thousands of businesses continue their operation because of video tech in Australia. The first HD televisions were introduced in the United States in 1998. And then, ...

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Former DEA Special Agent: Huge Percentage Of 93,000 Overdose Deaths In 2020 Involve Digital Currencies

Former DEA Special Agent: Huge Percentage Of 93,000 Overdose Deaths In 2020 Involve Digital Currencies

Former law enforcement veteran with over two decades of experience as a Special Agent for the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Willam Callahan has revealed that a huge percentage of the 93,000 overdose deaths in 2020 in the United States is related in some way to digital currencies. During a presentation and a separate panel discussion about investigating criminal activities on ...

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