Cookies – Information that websites store on your computer

Joaquina Erdmann

This article describes what “cookies” are, how websites use them, and how you can manage the cookies that Firefox stores.

A cookie is information stored on your computer by a website you visit. In some browsers, each cookie is a small file but in Firefox, all cookies are stored in a single file, located in the Firefox profile folder.

Cookies often store your settings for a website, such as your preferred language or location. When you return to the site, Firefox sends back the cookies that belong to the site. This allows the site to present you with information customized to fit your needs.

Cookies can store a wide range of information, including personally identifiable information (such as your name, home address, email address, or telephone number). However, this information can only be stored if you provide it – websites cannot gain access to information you didn’t provide to them,

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Computer mouse – Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Many mice have two buttons and a scroll wheel.

A computer mouse is an input device that is used with a computer. Moving a mouse along a flat surface can move the cursor to different items on the screen. Items can be moved or selected by pressing the mouse buttons (called clicking).[1] Today’s mice have two buttons, the left button and right button, with a scroll wheel in between the two. Today, many computer mice use wireless technology and have no wire.

There are many types of mouse. Optical mouse, wireless mouse, mechanical mouse, trackball mouse. A computer mouse is a handheld hardware input device that controls a cursor in a GUI and can move and select text, icons, files, and folders. For desktop computers, the mouse is placed on a flat surface such as a mouse pad or a desk and is placed in front of your computer.

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iPhone SE review: Small screen, huge performance

Joaquina Erdmann

It’s finally here. Nearly two years after discontinuing the 4-inch iPhone SE, Apple has introduced a new iPhone SE with a highly competitive $399 starting price tag.

Like its predecessor, this release puts Apple’s latest processor inside the chassis of the company’s heretofore cheapest phone, giving buyers who want a powerful, future-proof handset an option for quite a bit less than the

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How Gadget Use Can Harm Your Posture

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Due to the COVID-19 crisis, many people are working from home. But, it may be difficult for them to stay physically active and maintain good postures while working on gadgets.

Incorrect postures can invite a plethora of health problems. “People sit on the bed, couch or chairs that are not comfortable, and may lead to back, shoulder or neck pain. Sitting in a hunched back position is also problematic. One may develop poor circulation problems due to sitting for a longer period of time. Bad posture can also cause impaired lung function as one’s poor posture tends to affect the amount of air one is taking into the lungs while breathing,” Dr Ashwin Borkar, Consultant Neurosurgeon specialised in brain and spine surgery, Wockhardt Hospital, Mira Road told IANSlife.

Adding, “One may suffer from digestive problems as slouching can compress one’s abdominal organs (including the digestive tract), and even lead to

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Embracing Digital Technology

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The Trouble with Digital Transformation

Despite growing acknowledgment of the need for digital transformation, most companies struggle to get clear business benefits from new digital technologies. They lack both the management temperament and relevant experience to know how to effectively drive transformation through technology.


There is no one factor that impedes digital transformation.


Even companies where leadership has demonstrated it can effectively leverage technology can run into challenges with new digital technologies. Today’s emerging technologies, like social media, mobile, analytics and embedded devices, demand different mindsets and skill sets than previous waves of transformative technology.


There is no one factor that impedes digital transformation. Lack of vision or sense of urgency plagued many companies, culture at others, and organizational constraints problems at still others. Our research highlighted nine specific hurdles in the broad areas of leadership, institutional obstacles and execution that companies need

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10 Technology Tools To Engage Students In The Classroom –

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Technology Tools And Apps For Student Engagement

10 Technology Tools To Engage Students In The Classroom

contributed by Sara McGuire, venngage.com

Technology distracts students, right? Keeps them from focusing?

One solution is to ban phones and computers from the classroom. Another solution is to harness their tech-savvy and engage students with online tools that will help them complete assignments while still engaging them electronically. Whether they’re working on a research essay, a presentation, a science project, or a math report, there are ample tools available to make the process more engaging for students.

Think about it–if students are growing up in a world that requires them to be tech-savvy, then shouldn’t tech play a big role in their classroom experience? Here are ten picks for tools to engage students in the classroom.

10 Technology Tools To Engage Students In The Classroom

1. Google Forms

We’re starting with what’s likely the simplest app on the list (well–aside

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