Brave Browser Incompatible with One Signal Notification

In a previous article I introduced the Brave browser. Brave is a free, open-sourced browser providing users with better online safety. It blocks ads and website trackers and performs well in loading websites. I’ve been very satisfied with Brave. However, recently I encountered some issue of the browser and discovered that it does not currently …
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How to Choose A More Responsive Theme on WordPress

Having a responsive website is important when more people access online content via different devices. We all have the experience of encountering websites that look weird on our phone. After having a bad user experience, website visitors are not likely to come back. After all, there are many websites that can provide similar services.   …
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When Fantasy Embraces Reality: Adobe AI Can Spot and Remove Facial Manipulation in Photos

This month, Adobe announced in its blog that Adobe researchers and their collaborators at UC Berkeley discovered ways to detect edits in photos made using the Face Aware Liquify feature on Photoshop. The research has a broader goal of developing methods for better detecting manipulation in image, audio, video and other types of documents.   …
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Vivaldi & Brave: Two Lesser-Known Web Browsers Compared

As a Mac user, I share the same stressful feelings with most people: the Safari browser can be a real pain. It crushes easily, and it is very slow. Fortunately, my IT friend recommended two wonderful web browsers to me, Vivaldi and Brave. They may have a smaller user base, but their performance is surprisingly …
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