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'Does Spotify have a sleep timer?': How to set a sleep timer on Spotify, and save your phone's battery

  • In 2019, Spotify introduced a sleep timer feature, allowing users of the Spotify mobile app to set a time limit on their use and prevent draining their battery.
  • The timer is ideal for people who need music or noise to help them fall asleep, but who want to avoid draining their smart device's battery overnight.
  • Here's how to use the sleep timer on Spotify, so you can listen to your favorite songs without killing your battery.
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How to turn on shuffle on Spotify, using either your computer or phone

  • From watching music videos on YouTube to streaming music on platforms like Spotify, it's never been easier to listen to music.
  • Aside from the standard features, Spotify also includes a shuffle feature, which allows you to switch up the order of songs in your playlists or favorite albums.
  • Here's how to turn on the shuffle feature on Spotify.
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How to download music from Spotify and listen to your favorite songs without an internet connection

  • Spotify is one of the most popular music streaming platforms right now.
  • With a slew of songs to play, ranging from video game soundtracks to your favorite indie bands, Spotify has a diverse range of tunes for you to jam out to.
  • Spotify allows users with Spotify Premium to download music, so that they can listen to their favorite songs or albums without an internet connection.
  • So if you're about to hop on a long train ride, or are heading to an area without Wi-Fi, here's how to download your favorite songs with a Spotify Premium account.
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30 photos that show exactly how a tiny house is made, from an architect who customized and built his own dream tiny home

  • Business Insider talked to Greg Parham, owner of Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses, which designs and builds tiny houses with an emphasis on customization.
  • Parham, who has a degree in architecture, and his team work closely with their customers, collaborating on the design and building processes to give them exactly what they want in their tiny house.
  • Parham walked Business Insider step-by-step through the creation of a tiny house, from initial sketches to real-life infrastructure.
  • For the purposes of this article, we're illustrating the tiny house design and build process with photos of Parham's own tiny house, which he often uses as a model for trade shows.
  • This makes one-off pieces a bit more time-consuming, so they strive to do everything they can to achieve design goals while balancing the budget.

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How to hide the Recycle Bin in Windows 10, and remove its icon from your desktop

  • The Recycle Bin is one of the most recognizable programs on your Windows 10 computer.
  • It holds all your deleted files, and allows to restore them if you want to take them back.
  • However, some people find the Recycle Bin to be useless, and would rather it not be stuck on their desktop at all times.
  • Fortunately, Windows 10 lets you hide your Recycle Bin. When it's hidden, you can still delete files, and still open the Bin by searching for it using your computer's search bar, but it won't appear on your desktop anymore.
  • Of course, you might later change your mind and want to bring the Recycle Bin icon back.
  • To unhide the Recycle Bin, simply make your way back to the Desktop Icon Settings menu and check the box next to "Recycle Bin." Once you click "Apply," your Bin will reappear.

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Former King of Belgium Albert II admits he fathered a child during an affair after taking a DNA test

  • Former King Albert II of Belgium has admitted to fathering a child from an affair after being forced to take a paternity test, BBC News reports.
  • The ex-monarch's lawyers said a DNA sample given by the royal has come back as a match for Delphine Boël, who has publicly claimed that Albert II is her biological father since 2005.
  • The 85-year-old ex-monarch would have been ordered by the court to pay €5,000 ($5,586) per day if he failed to submit a DNA sample, Reuters reported back in May. Albert, who has three children with his Italian wife, Queen Paola, publicly acknowledged his marital difficulties in the past, though he has never commented on Boël until now.
  • Boël, on the other hand, first claimed that Albert was her father during a 2005 interview, the BBC reports.

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Kobe Bryant had a second act as an investor after retiring as a basketball legend

  • Kobe Bryant started Bryant Stibel, a $100 million venture-capital fund in 2016 after retiring from the Los Angeles Lakers.
  • Bryant said in a 2016 interview with CNBC that he hoped to be remembered more for investing than for basketball in 20 years.
  • The fund was backed by Bryant and Stibel's own capital, and targeted technology, media, and data companies, The Wall Street Journal reported.
  • Bryant told CNBC in a 2016 interview that he hoped to be remembered for investing more than basketball in 20 years.

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Meghan Markle's father said he will testify against her in the Mail on Sunday court case

  • Thomas Markle said he will testify against the Duchess of Sussex in the Mail on Sunday court case.
  • Thomas appears to be working closely with the publication's defense team, according to court documents obtained by Insider.
  • Meghan Markle is suing the Mail on Sunday over the misuse of private information, infringement of copyright, and breach of the Data Protection Act 2008 after it published excerpts from a letter she wrote to her father last year.
  • It's now likely that Thomas will fly to the UK to testify against his daughter in court, for which an official date is still to be announced.
  • In the interview, one anonymous friend told the publication: "After the wedding, she wrote him a letter.
  • However, the publication previously told Insider: "The Mail on Sunday stands by the story it published and will be defending this case vigorously.

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I studied 177 self-made millionaires for 5 years, and I learned that rich people choose their friends differently than the rest of us

  • In my extensive research for my book "Change Your Habits Change Your Life," I found that one of the hallmarks of wealthy, successful people was their ability to somehow break free of the human tendency to unconsciously forge relationships with others.
  • According to my Rich Habits research, in which I interviewed 177 self-made millionaires over five years, long before they became rich, the self-made rich made an intentional, conscious effort to only forge relationships with individuals they aspired to be: other rich and successful people.
  • Their associations all have similar habits, similar mental outlooks, a similar work ethic, and many other shared traits.
  • People who tend to build toxic relationships tend to have the opposite characteristics from those listed above, like bad habits, a negative outlook, a victim mindset, and a tendency to blame others for things that go wrong.

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Boris Johnson defies Trump and gives Huawei the green light to develop Britain's 5G network

  • Boris Johnson has defied Donald Trump's US administration and granted permission to Chinese telecoms company Huawei a role in developing Britain's 5G network.
  • The UK government said in a written statement on Tuesday that it had decided to give Huawei a major role in building the country's 5G network, despite warnings about potential threats to security.
  • Mike Pompeo, the US secretary of state, who is due to visit London this week, on Sunday warned Prime Minister Johnson that he faced a "momentous" decision on whether to freeze the telecoms giant out of new UK infrastructure.
  • However, the prime minister has opted to go ahead with plans to let the Chinese company develop Britain's 5G network, as part of his agenda of "levelling up" regions across the country through improved infrastructure.

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