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Valheim raids: All raid types and how to survive them

Source: Iron Gate Studio In the Viking-themed survival game Valheim, one of the most dangerous threats you’ll face are base raids. If you aren’t prepared for these coordinated attacks, hordes of enemies will kill you and heavily damage your base. Therefore, it’s important to make sure you’re not only aware of what attacks might be…
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Use A SIM Card Lock To Secure Your Mobile Number, Bank Account And Other Sensitive Info – Mobility Arena – Mobile, Cell Phone, Smartphone Reviews, Specs, News

What is a SIM card lock? A SIM card PIN lock is a simple security measure to protect your SIM card from unlawful access and usage. Simply put, you set and activate a PIN that is required to be entered every time you restart or change your phone. Once your SIM card lock is in place,…
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New Valheim mod fixes network crashes after the latest patch

The Remove network overload mod does exactly that since the latest game patch sends any new in-game information over the network instantly instead of a one-time. This is what a gamers noticed after installing last week’s Valheim patch: Prior to 0.146.11, I was able to host a dedicated server just fine. However, after the patch,…
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5 best network log file analysis tools [Monitoring solutions]

by Tashreef Shareef Windows & Software Expert Log analysis tools help you monitor your network to review system logs and prevent any issues that may occur in the future. You can choose from a system-based offline and cloud-based log analysis tool depending on your network infrastructure requirement. Ability to collect log, centralize and index data,…
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Twitter introduces Super Follows and Communities Feature

Twitter is looking forward to boosts its earnings through its new features – Communities and the company’s first premium features, Super Follows allows users to charge their followers for access to extra / special00 content. For a set monthly amount, users can charge their followers for access to special content through the Super Follows feature,…
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How to Reset Network Settings On Android in 2021

Although Android is right now the best and most popular mobile operating system, it’s not without its flaws. Compared to any other mobile operating system, Android has more bugs. Network options have always been a troubled part of Android. Android users deal with problems like slow internet connection, WiFi not showing on Android, and more…
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Why Were Old Video Games So Pixelated?

Nintendo If you didn’t grow up in the 20th century, you might wonder why video and computer games once used such blocky, pixelated graphics. We’ll explore the origins of pixel art and how graphics have exploded in complexity over time. The Short Answer: Resolution Was Limited by Cost and Available Technology The pixelated artwork in…
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3 best software to stabilize shaky footage [2021 Guide]

by Radu Tyrsina CEO & Founder Last update:March 1, 2021 Video stabilization software helps you to fix shaky footage, which happens either because of shaky hands or lack of proper gear to stabilize the camera. With plenty of editing features, Adobe’s tool is one of the best video stabilizer software. You’ll find in our list…
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Huawei Electric Cars On The Way, Says Report – Mobility Arena – Mobile, Cell Phone, Smartphone Reviews, Specs, News

Reeling from the blows of the US government sanctions on its smartphone and telecom equipment business, Chinese smartphone maker may be pivoting to electric cars this year. According to a report by Reuters, the company is already designing the cars, in talks, sourcing components, and may unveil not one but multiple EVs under its own…
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How to troubleshoot Windows Movie Maker has stopped working

It can update older drivers, fix broken ones, or find missing ones as well. 3. Close other software when running Movie Maker Right-click the taskbar and select Task Manager to open that utility’s window. Then close all software listed under apps on the Processes tab by right-clicking them and selecting End task. In addition, you…
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20 Best Free Offline Games for Android 2021

No internet? no problem. Play good offline Android games that requires no internet or WiFi. It might interest you to know that some offline games are even better than most online games in terms of gameplay. Categories of games listed here includes offline action games, offline strategy games, offline adventure games, offline puzzle games, offline…
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5 best VPNs for Valorant to fix lag and reduce ping

by Elena Constantinescu VPN Expert & Privacy Advocate Last update:March 1, 2021 Using a VPN for Valorant will help you avoid high ping, lag, stuttering, packet loss, and other connectivity issues. Check out the 5 best Valorant VPN to help improve your overall gaming experience. Our top choice for the best Valorant VPN has over…
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Add Sound to Your WhatsApp Stickers – Technipages

When you want to get a message across on WhatsApp, the first thing that comes to mind is setting up a message. But, there are other ways to get your message across, such as using emojis and stickers. But, as great as WhatsApp stickers are, even the one you can create yourself, it seems like…
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Windows 10 PC stuck on restarting? Here are 4 ways to fix it

In order to help you address this, we prepared a list of the most applicable solutions. If you’re having a hard time resolving the issue at hand, make sure to check them out below. How can I fix Windows 10 if it gets stuck while restarting? 1. Restart without connecting peripherals Press Windows key +…
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Redmi K40 Launched Alongside The Redmi K40 Pro, K40 Pro+ With Triple Rear Cameras, 120Hz Display – Mobility Arena – Mobile, Cell Phone, Smartphone Reviews, Specs, News

After series of leaks concerning the Redmi K40 series, all smartphones in this series are now official. Some of the leaks provided accurate information, as the Redmi K40 launched with the Snapdragon 870 SoC, while the other two variants offer the Snapdragon 888 SoC. They also bring triple-rear cameras, a hole-punch display design and a…
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How to Search for People Near You On Telegram – Technipages

Do you like making new friends? Who doesn’t, right? In that case, you might like a feature Telegram has to offer. As soon as you open the messaging app’s side-menu, the feature is right there, waiting for you to use it. What’s great about this feature is that you can talk to nearby people without…
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How to Make Google Auto-Delete your Web Activity & Location History

As of now, there are more than a hundred Google Services and tools out there. Most of us aren’t aware of every service and tool that the search giant offers. Whenever we hear the word ‘Google Products,’ we usually start to think of Google Search, Gmail, Google Maps, Google Chrome, YouTube, Android, etc. If you…
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Dropbox: How to Disable Emails Informing You That You’ve Deleted a Large Number of Files – Technipages

You can store a pretty large amount of data in your Dropbox account. This is both in terms of total file size and the sheer number of files uploaded. Generally, most people use their cloud storage for long-term data backup. This is the ideal use case for cloud storage. Many people’s internet is too slow…
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Dropbox: How to Disable the New Sign in Notification Emails – Technipages

Most people use the same small set of devices, browsers, and apps to perform the same tasks. Because this is standard, it’s pretty safe to say that access from a new device, browser, or app is unusual. Dropbox assumes this to be the case and defaults to sending you an email every time this happens.…
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Dropbox: How to Get Emails About New Features and Tips – Technipages

Through just using the Dropbox app, you can gain general experience in how most things work. Most people, however, will end up choosing to only use a limited set of features. For some, this choice may be because they know that they don’t need any of the other features offered. For others, though, this will…
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Disabling Urgent Messages in Microsoft Teams – Technipages

Did you know that Microsoft Teams has a special option that allows users to label messages as urgent? And there’s more to it: all the urgent messages are sent using priority notifications. As a quick reminder, priority notifications keep popping up every 2 minutes for a 20-minute period. They’re designed to get people’s attention. The…
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How to Print Directly from Microsoft Teams – Technipages

The printing capabilities of Microsoft Teams are quite limited. There’s no dedicated built-in Print option to print out documents, pages, or messages directly from Teams. If you want to print a document, you need to first open it using another program. How to Print from Microsoft Teams Many users are wondering if it’s possible to…
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Why you should buy the newest Dell XPS 15 unless you can get a good deal

Newest model Dell XPS 15 9500 Capable laptop Dell XPS 15 9570 The newest XPS 15 from Dell packs everything you need for a powerful 15-inch laptop, including new options for an OLED 4K panel, GTX 1650, and an Intel Core i9 processor. If you want the latest and greatest from Dell, this is the…
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Disney’s ‘Gargoyles’ Lives Again as a New Co-Op Board Game

Back in the mid-’90s, Disney premiered a new cartoon that influenced animation for decades to come. Gargoyles presented complex characters who changed and grew throughout the show, eschewing the common practice of “resetting everything” at the end of each episode. Alas, though brilliant, the show only lasted three seasons. But now it’s coming back as a cooperative…
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How to Reset Network Settings on Android

Ben Stockton If you’re having trouble connecting to a Wi-Fi network or Bluetooth device on your Android smartphone or tablet, it might be time to reset your network settings. Doing so might remove any conflicts. To do that, you’ll need to follow these steps. Before we begin, a word of warning. Issues with Android fragmentation…
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10 Best Icon Generator Apps For Android in 2021

If you have been using Android for a while, you might know that the operating system is all about customization. There are plenty of apps available on the Google Play Store that motivates users to customize Android like Skin Packs, Launchers apps, icon packs, etc. If we talk about the icons, changing icons on Android…
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TECNO Camon 16 Pro Vs Gionee M12: Which Of These Mid-range Smartphones Makes A Better Choice For You? – Mobility Arena – Mobile, Cell Phone, Smartphone Reviews, Specs, News

We conclude our weekly smartphone comparisons with a rather interesting match-up on this lovely Friday. Today, we have a TECNO Camon 16 Pro vs Gionee M12 match-up. Both smartphones bring a number of mouthwatering features to the table for us in this comparison article.   The TECNO Camon 16 Pro is one of the more…
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Google TV’s “Basic” Mode Will Make Your Smart TV Dumb Again

9to5Google/Hisense Over the next two years, Google will slowly replace its standard Android TV software with the newer, smarter Google TV system. But among all of Google TV’s fancy UI elements and content curation features lies an odd little feature—a “basic TV” mode that turns your smart TV into a conventional “dumb” TV. First discovered…
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How to Connect AirPods to an Apple TV

oasisamuel/Shutterstock.com The Apple TV can send audio directly to your AirPods, AirPods Pro, or AirPods Max wireless headphones, letting you watch videos, play games, or work out with Apple Fitness+ without disturbing anyone else in the room. Here’s how. AirPods Paired to an Apple ID Should “Just Work” When you pair your AirPods with an…
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How to Bring Back Photoshop’s Warning Dialogs

Adobe Photoshop is a complicated program. By default, it throws up a lot of warnings and other dialog boxes to make sure you’re aware of the consequences of what you’re doing. With most of these, you can check a box to never see them again. But what happens if you want to bring them back?…
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How to Disable Typing Indicators in Signal Private Messenger

The previous month, WhatsApp updated its privacy policy, and due to that, many users have considered migration to apps like Signal and Telegram. As of now, there are lots of WhatsApp alternatives available for Android, but out of all those, Signal Private Messenger seems to be the best one. We have already shared a detailed…
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10 Sites Like Pinterest That You Should Check Out

If we look around, we will find that image and video sharing websites like Pinterest, Instagram, etc., have been on the rise for the past few years. Talking about Pinterest, it’s a great platform to share images. What’s more interesting is that the platform allows you to share and follow the content categories you like.…
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Meet Randonautica, an App That Drags You to Random, Sometimes Spooky Places

Randonautica If you’ve been on social media site TikTok in the past year, you’ve likely seen videos of people reacting to sightings prompted by an app called Randonautica, some of which are downright creepy, like a suitcase containing human remains. While the app has also led to equally banal findings, its paranormal-esque vibe makes it…
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How to Add a Microsoft Teams Chat Link to Your Email Signature

Adding an email address, Twitter, LinkedIn, and company info to your email signature is all well and good, but none of those options allow the recipient to instantly chat with you. Fortunately, you can add a direct Microsoft Teams chat link so people can DM you with one click. It’s fair to say that providing…
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How to Switch Back to the Classic Ribbon in Microsoft Office

Microsoft introduced a “simplified ribbon” in early 2021 across the Office suite of programs (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, etc.), which shows fewer icons and takes up less space. If this isn’t for you, there’s a very easy way to get the classic ribbon back. The classic ribbon that you are probably used to has a…
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These Board Games Have Fun Mobile Versions You Can Play without a Tabletop

Suzanne Humphries With board games becoming increasingly popular, it makes sense that so many of them have made the journey to smartphone app stores. Now, with these digitized versions, you’ll be able to download your favorite board games and play them anywhere you go without having to deal with tiles, cards, tokens, or finding a…
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How to Disable All of Windows 10’s Built-in Advertising

Windows 10 has a lot of built-in advertising. This isn’t just about the free upgrade offer: Even if you purchase a new PC that comes with a Windows 10 license or spend $200 for a copy of Windows 10 Professional, you’ll see ads in your operating system. You can, however, disable a lot of it. Disable…
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What Does “LTTP” Mean, and How Do You Use It?

ViDI Studio/Shutterstock.com If you’ve ever seen a popular, modern movie a few years after it came out, then you’ve probably felt LTTP. Here’s what this initialism is and how to use it on social media. Late to the Party LTTP stands for “late to the party.” It’s taken from a widespread idiomatic expression that means…
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Twitter receives backlash from its users being unhappy with the upcoming paid tweet feature

An #RIPTwitter hashtag is trending on the social platform since the company has announced its new upcoming feature, Super Follows. The company made the announcement of this feature in its recent virtual Analyst Day event in which the company shed light on how the following year is likely going to be for Twitter. Amidst other…
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Most Child abuse images are reported on Facebook than any other social media platform in the year 2020

Facebook has billions of active users monthly in which most of the users are teenagers who use this platform on their parent’s mobile phones or some of them have their own phones. Most of them don’t even know how to maintain their privacy and share their videos and images with other friends. Unfortunately, in the…
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How To See and Delete Hulu Watch History (5-Ways)

Hulu is a popular media streaming website, where you can watch your favorite movies and tv shows. An application version of this website is also available for smartphones and Smart TVs. It is fitted with several useful features. One such useful feature is its Watch History. Once you start watching a movie or a tv show,…
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20 Percent of Microsoft Windows 10 PCs Now Running Latest Version of OS

It’s factual to say that Windows is the single most widely used operating system in the world, so anytime a newer or updated version of the OS ends up being released adoption rates are obviously going to be quite high. One thing that people often pay attention to has to do with those users that…
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Best Android Launchers For Your Smartphone In 2021 – Mobility Arena – Mobile, Cell Phone, Smartphone Reviews, Specs, News

Android launchers are increasingly becoming an important piece of software for the average Android user in 2021. The best android launchers help you maintain control of your device, making sure you can customize different parts of your home page just the way you want it. Today, we will take a look at the best Android…
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ID@Azure is a new program for indie cloud development, based on ID@Xbox

ID@Xbox is Microsoft’s program for independent game development on the Xbox platform, across PC, consoles, and Xbox Game Pass mobile endpoints. Microsoft has previously noted how ID@Xbox has handed millions of dollars to developers in the program, shipping over 2000 games, with over 2000 more in development for the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series…
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The Google Web Recorder app is now live and it transcribes audio files uploaded form a Pixel phone

The Google Pixel smartphones are loved by everyone that has used it till now. All the phones that have been released yet are best known for their camera results. One of the most awaited feature from the Google Pixel smartphones was the voice recording app. Google Recorder Web app is currently available on web through…
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Here’s what Apocalypse Plus mode is in Minecraft Dungeons

Best answer: Apocalypse Plus is Minecraft Dungeons’ true endgame, with additional challenging difficulty levels beyond the game’s initial ending. Players can tackle familiar and new levels at higher difficulties and be rewarded with more powerful gear to conquer these obstacles. Apocalypse Plus includes 25 new difficulties and raises the power level of Minecraft Dungeons to…
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Facebook is considering over the idea to include facial recognition feature in their smart glasses but this won’t be rolled out if their consumers aren’t satisfied with the idea

Face recognition to unlock phones and apps have been a huge favor by the person coming up with this idea as it has saved many of us in emergency situations. Keeping this in mind, having the feature of facial recognition is on the works these days at the Facebook headquarters. Facebook announced earlier this year…
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Teams: Disable “Unknown Participant Is Now Joining” – Technipages

The “Unknown participant is now joining” alert can be really annoying and disruptive at times. Teams usually push these alerts when someone calling in by phone joins or leaves the meeting. Unfortunately, when you’re attending a large meeting, hearing this alert countless times can break your focus. That’s why many users prefer to disable it…
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Microsoft Teams: Disable “Are You Still There?” – Technipages

When you open multiple Teams tabs, the app constantly asks you if you’re still there. This is, basically, the norm when you use Microsoft Teams Online and you launch several tabs in your browser. Many users really hate these messages, and rightfully so. Getting constantly prompted to confirm you’re still there can become really disruptive.…
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Microsoft Teams: Prevent Users from Deleting Files – Technipages

When you share an important file in a Teams channel, you probably don’t want people to delete it accidentally or intentionally. If we’re talking about a cornerstone file, such as a common style guide, you need to make sure nobody can delete it. Let’s see how you can disable the delete option in Teams. How…
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Fix Microsoft Teams Checking Your Credentials Loop – Technipages

Signing into your Microsoft Teams account shouldn’t take more than a few seconds. But the app may sometimes get stuck in the “Checking Your Credentials” loop. For unknown reasons, your Teams client fails to connect to Microsoft’s servers and validate your credentials. Not being able to log in to your Teams account is a major…
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How Do I Turn off Emojis on Microsoft Teams? – Technipages

Raise your hand if you love emojis! I sure would raise ten hands if I had them. I use emojis every day on Skype, Teams, WhatsApp, and Slack. They’re fun to use, and they allow me to better express my emotions and intentions. But not everybody likes seeing the chat window invaded by emojis. If…
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Samsung Galaxy A3 Core Is A Well-built Entry-level 4G Android Phone (unboxing And Hands-on) – Mobility Arena – Mobile, Cell Phone, Smartphone Reviews, Specs, News

What does a smartphone reviewer do when he gets the chance to publish a Samsung Galaxy A3 Core unboxing and hands-on review? Duh. He takes it! And that was exactly what I did. Samsung is the world’s largest Android phone maker, but the brand is not very prolific at the entry-level. The Galaxy A3 Core…
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Expand your Xbox storage with one of these spectacular SSDs

When running low on room for Xbox One games, an external hard drive is a must-buy accessory. Solid-state drives (SSD) are the premium option, upping your console’s capacity while outpacing the onboard storage. In short, this means drastically reduced load times across all games. We’ve rounded up the best SSDs available for Xbox One, also…
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The 10 types of YouTube video your small business needs right now (infographic)

Marketing is a game of priorities for small business owners. You only have a finite amount of money, time and resource available for getting your products or services out there, so it’s no surprise that some elements get missed out. Video is one of these, with just 9% of small businesses in the USA currently…
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Microsoft is testing 1080p xCloud streams for Xbox Game Pass gaming

Source: Windows Central What you need to know Right now Xbox Game Pass cloud gaming is limited to 720p. Recently, we were sent evidence that Microsoft is now testing 1080p streams too. Xbox Game Pass cloud infrastructure is getting a big upgrade throughout 2021. Project xCloud is the codename of Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass Ultimate…
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How to Add Lock Option to the Taskbar in Windows 10

Being the most used desktop operating system, Windows 10 offers endless sets of security and privacy features. Out of all security options, the ‘Lock’ feature seems to be the best and easiest way to secure a computer. Windows 10 ‘Lock’ feature is different from hibernate or sign out as it doesn’t quit or interrupt any…
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Back Up Your Email Using Thunderbird – Ask Leo!

If it’s in only one place, it’s not backed up. (Screenshot: askleo.com) Using a desktop email program to back up email avoids potential data loss. I’ll show you how using Outlook.com and Thunderbird as examples. Many years ago I received a panic-stricken email from an individual whose account had been hacked. He had lost all…
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Should you get the touch or non-touch Dell XPS 13?

Source: Daniel Rubino/Windows Central Best answer: If you’re looking to get a 4K display, then you’ll want a touch-enabled XPS 13, but without official pen support, the regular non-touch will be better value for most people. People who want to use touch or a pen should get the XPS 13 2-in-1 instead. Touch adds more…
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These are the best AMD AM4 motherboards with PCIe 4.0

Best AMD AM4 B550 and X570 PCIe 4.0 Motherboards Windows Central 2021 Features like PCIe 4.0 are reserved for some of the best motherboards around. We’ve rounded up some of the top picks for you to choose for an Intel or AMD PC build, depending on which processor you plan to use. All of these…
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4 Best Curved Gaming Monitors With G-Sync Support

When it comes to gaming, curved monitors bring one of the best immersive experiences to the table. Couple that with a big-screen setting. Or, if you want to take things further up the ladder, you can mix in features like G-Sync support, especially if you have an NVIDIA GPU. With this feature, you will make…
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Sony PS5 to Add Support for SSD Storage & High Fan Speed

Sony PlayStation 5 has 825GB of onboard storage and players get access to 667GB of space for installing the games. But the modern games need more than 100GB of storage space, so the players can’t install many games at a time. However, as per the latest reports in the next update PS5 will expand storage…
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Survey Reveals 6 in 10 Consumers Rely On User-Generated Content For Purchase Decisions

There is a new report out there that is ranking user-generated content very highly as according to it, photos taken by other customers now play a major role in influencing the potential customers to take buy the product. As stated in the eMarketer report, 62% of consumers have admitted that in order to check out…
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What We’re Reading: The ‘Star Wars’ Novels Explore a Galaxy Far, Far Away

While everyone who hasn’t been living under a rock is aware of the Skywalker saga’s various trilogies within the Star Wars universe, not everyone knows that there are hundreds of Star Wars novels out there that are just as thrilling. Their myriad new characters, locales, and adventures further flesh out the already exciting science-fiction-meets-fantasy universe.…
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You need to wash and cure resin prints, how does Anycubic’s do?

Best answer: Yes! Properly washing and curing resin 3D prints is crucial, and the Anycubic Wash and Cure V2 is an inexpensive way to handle the messy reality of resin 3D printing. With a 3.5l Isopropyl Alcohol tank and a UV turntable, it takes a lot of the fuss out of resin post-processing. What does…
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The New ‘Stardew Valley’ Board Game Looks Just as Delightful as the Video Game

Stardew Valley We’ve got good news for fans of the adorable farming simulation RPG Stardew Valley: it’s now available in board game form! The game’s developer—Eric Barone, alias ConcernedApe—recently made the announcement. You can purchase your own copy from the Stardew Valley Shop for just $55. As it is in the video game, the board…
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How to Automatically Share Your Instagram Stories and Posts on Facebook

ALEX_UGALEK/Shutterstock Facebook and Instagram are more in sync than ever. One of the perks of this integration is that you can cross-share your Instagram stories and posts to Facebook to easily boost your content’s reach. Here’s how to do it. For this to work, you’ll first need to link your Facebook and Instagram accounts. Open…
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10 Best YOPMail Alternatives in 2021 (Make Temporary Emails)

For those who don’t know, YOPMail used to be the best and top-rated disposable email address service in 2018. Now you must be thinking, what the heck is a disposable email address? Right? Well, disposable emails were nothing more than the temporary email address that can be used to register for online service. These email…
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OPPO Reno 5K Launched With Quad Cameras, Snapdragon 750G Chipset – Mobility Arena – Mobile, Cell Phone, Smartphone Reviews, Specs, News

OPPO Reno 5K has been released in China as the latest smartphone in the Reno 5 series from the Chinese company. The OPPO Reno 5K seems like a rebrand of the Reno 5 5G which launched in China last year but brings a different chipset under the hood. The OPPO Reno 5K launched with four…
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How to Add Private Labels in Google Maps

Google Maps offers various recommendations for travelers, including important landmarks to nearby businesses. If you want to save your own recommendations to Google Maps to quickly find in the future, you can do so by adding private labels. Here’s how. Add or Remove Private Labels on Mobile Devices You can add private labels to locations…
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David Attenborough and Dinosaurs Come to Your Living Room in this AR iPhone App

No matter whether you’re a kid or an adult, dinosaurs and other ancient creatures are cool. And the only thing cooler than seeing them on TV or viewing their fossils in a museum would be to see them in your own home. Luckily, with this new app, voiced by natural history David Attenborough, you can…
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How to Create Coming Soon Pages in WordPress with SeedProd

Do you want to create a beautiful coming soon page for your WordPress site? All websites need a pre-launch coming soon page. It allows you to build anticipation, create hype, and spread the word even before the launch of your main website. In this article, we will show you how to quickly and easily create…
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Twitter is planning to roll out a new safety-mode feature, from which users will be able to autoblock and mute those accounts which are abusive

During an Analyst day presentation, Twitter has revealed that it is planning to introduce an anti-troll feature which is called safety-mode. Many people are worried about abusive accounts which are made to troll other people. Every single day, people create new accounts which are abusive, in order to troll and bother other people. With the…
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How to Enable Do Not Disturb During Workouts on Apple Watch

If you’re in the middle of a hard run or chill yoga session, you probably don’t want your phone to ring (unless it’s really important). By automatically enabling Do Not Disturb on your Apple Watch when you start a workout, you can make sure you don’t get interrupted. Here’s how. What Is Do Not Disturb…
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Facebook begins a new ad campaign to push its defenses further forward against Apple’s new privacy changes

Facebook and Apple have been in a conflict of opinion over personalized and targeted advertisements since half of 2020. Neither of the parties is budging from their stance, and now, to further push its point forward in defense, Facebook is launching a new ad campaign going by the tag line “Good Ideas Deserve to be…
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10 Best Brain Training Apps For your Android in 2021

The great thing about Android is that it has a variety of apps and games. Just take a brief look at the Google Play Store; you will find a wide range of apps and games over there. For instance, there are RPG Games, Racing Games, Action Games, etc. The same thing goes for the apps…
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Facebook’s response to its Oversight Board’s recommendations and rulings has finally come, and it is more satisfactory than expected

Facebook is quite notorious and has often been frowned upon for its relaxed content moderation policies. To overcome this issue, Facebook formed an Oversight Board of twenty members including highly dignified and well-known people from different fields of life. The board was set up in 2019, but it started hearing cases in October 2020. Anyone…
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How to Connect a PS4 Controller to Apple TV

Jomic/Shutterstock.com If you own a PlayStation 4, you already own a DualShock 4 wireless controller. Paired with your Apple TV, you can use your Sony controller to play Apple TV games, including those offered with an Apple Arcade subscription. Which PlayStation Controllers Are Compatible With Apple TV? As of January 2021, only the DualShock 4…
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What Is Girls Who Code, and Why You Should Care

Girls Who Code If you take a look at the average tech company, you’ll see that the majority of employees are male. And we’re not talking a slight majority of employees, we’re talking three-quarters of them. The effort to close this gender gap and change the image of what programmers look like is precisely what…
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Engagement data on Instagram revealed brands are posting more Stories than ever but reach is dropping

2020 will forever be the year that will be remembered not only for the global Coronavirus pandemic but also for the many things different social media platforms were able to achieve. We got to see each one of these platforms putting their best out here and also being a huge helping hand during the pandemic.…
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Twitter Sets New Goals to Increase Revenue and User Growth

Twitter has big plans for the future. Ahead of this year’s virtual investor day, Twitter has announced that this year onwards they will be focusing on three main long term goals that they will accomplish which are user base and revenue growth, and a faster pace of shipping new features across its platform. The company…
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Twitter announced a Super Follow Subscription feature, from which creators can charge for exclusive tweets

Twitter has announced a couple of features at its annual analyst day event, the feature which got the attention was the Super Follows subscription. This feature will help the creator to earn a handsome amount through this platform. Creator will charge from followers through monetization for exclusive tweets and content. Those who followed and paid…
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How to Watch the 2021 Golden Globes Without Cable

Joe Seer/Shutterstock This year’s Golden Globes ceremony (on February 28, 2021, at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT) will be hosted by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. It’s a hybrid of virtual and in-person elements, as has become the standard during pandemic times. Here’s how you can stream this year’s Golden Globe Awards. In the pantheon…
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How to Disable Automatic Restart of Apps After Sign-In On Windows 10

If you have been using Windows 10 for a while, you might know that the operating system automatically reopens the apps running before the log-out or restart. This is indeed a useful feature because you don’t need to manually relaunch the application you were working on upon every restart. On the downside, it drastically impacts…
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Bitwarden Is the Best Free Alternative to LastPass

igor moskalenko/Shutterstock LastPass is a veteran in the password management industry. It’s dependable and easy to use. But LastPass’s free plan doesn’t support cross-device sync. If you’re looking for a free LastPass alternative, Bitwarden might be the best option. Here’s why. Compared to LastPass, Bitwarden is the new kid on the block. While LastPass is…
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The 4 Best Roku TVs

Hisense Roku is one of the simplest operating systems for smart TVs; the straightforward design ensures that accessing all your favorite streaming services like Netflix and Hulu is as simple as possible. But with a Roku-powered TV, that goes a bit deeper, simplifying things like configuring display settings and switching input channels. We’ve sought the…
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Got an Old Tablet? Put It to Work in the Kitchen

Joe Fedewa A lot of people have aging gadgets tucked away in a dusty drawer. One handy use that I’ve found for an old tablet is as a dedicated kitchen hub. This simple thing has really improved my cooking experience. There are tons of nifty things you can do with old tablets, computers, and phones.…
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How To Fix Sim Not Provisioned MM2 Error (6-Methods)

If you own a mobile phone, you must be aware of what a SIM card is! It is due to your SIM card that you can make phone calls and use mobile data on your mobile phone. There can be several situations where you might need to replace your SIM card or get a new…
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Twitter is working on a business profile pilot in the recent update of the web app

Twitter is a real-time microblogging platform and one the most popular social media platform in the world with millions of active users. From hashtags and pinned tweets to Twitter lists, there are many more on this platform. with the right marketing plan, many businesses can use this platform to create successful social media campaigns to…
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How To Setup ADP Portal & Login to ADP Account 2021

ADP is one of the world’s online Payroll Portal and Many of you have already enrolled there services. Somewhere, Due to lack of internet knowledge many of us unable to Login to ADP Portal or ADP iPay, or ADP Run Login. In this post, we have discussed all ADP Payroll Login Portals and How to…
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Itel Vision 1 Vs TECNO Spark 6 Air: Which Should You Go For And Why?  – Mobility Arena – Mobile, Cell Phone, Smartphone Reviews, Specs, News

Our journey today sees us delve into the entry level market, as we pit the itel Vision 1 against the slightly older TECNO Spark 6 Air. Both smartphones launched this year, with the Vision 1 launching in October, while its rival was released in August.   Both smartphones bring a number of interesting specs to…
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Microsoft Allows Pinterest Pins to Be Embedded in Word or OneNote

There have been a lot of introductions related to software’s collaborating with other software’s in creating a feature which never really made sense. Well, not making sense is a big word to it let us just say that those features never really portrayed actual use to the public. One such feature is the newly introduced…
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Next Halo: MCC flight begins, includes new Halo 3 maps and armors

Source: Xbox Game Studios 343 Industries has officially launched the next Halo: Master Chief Collection (MCC) flight that was planned for the end of February 2021. It was originally supposed to come out earlier in the month, but an unexpected bug led the studio to delay the flight. The main contents of the flight includes…
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The hidden business costs of working remotely

The benefits of working remotely are numerous, but there are significant hidden costs that need to be factored in. Image: iStock/BartekSzewczyk Data is being lost from companies at an alarming rate and, so far, there does not seem to be a solution. A recent survey conducted by Arlington Research for Egress Software seems to suggest…
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How will cybersecurity change with a new US president? Pros identify the biggest needs

Every new presidential administration brings change, one way or another. Learn what President Joseph Biden is facing on the cybersecurity front, along with some tips for government and businesses. Image: iStock/remotevfx The past year has been one like no other, and during the pandemic cybersecurity threats have been on the rise with the ubiquity of…
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Here are 10 Xbox games that need ‘FPS Boost’

Source: Xbox Backward compatibility has been a huge focus for the Xbox platform in recent years. The engineering wizards at Microsoft are not only looking to preserve your existing catalog of titles but improve them as well. This started with Xbox One X enhancements for titles like Halo 3, Star Wars Battlefront 2, and many…
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Google Search App’s Read Aloud Feature Now Has Multiple Accents

In an attempt to make their services a bit more accessible to a wider range of people, Google ended up creating a feature that enabled users to have articles on Google News as well as any general web page read aloud to you. This is the sort of thing that many people have received rather…
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How to Group Open Tabs on Chrome – Technipages

You try to avoid it, but sometimes things can get a little out of hand when it comes to tabs. You need to have certain tabs open, and others need to be open just in case. Before you know it, you have so many tabs open; it’s almost a mission impossible to find the one…
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How to use Google Currents

Currents is the enterprise social network you might not have known your Google Workspace organization needed, or even had. Google discussed Currents during a session at Google Next in 2019. Image: Andy Wolber/TechRepublic What’s Hot at TechRepublic Currents is Google’s enterprise social network app, built as an enterprise-only successor to Google+. Currents is intended to…
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Got HEIC and HEVC files on Windows 10? Here’s how to view them.

On computing, the High-Efficiency Image File Format (HEIF) is a container for images and videos designed specifically to improve the compression of files and at the same time continue improving image quality and additional benefits over older formats (JPEG, PNG, and GIF) and videos using the High-Efficiency Video Codec (HEVC) specification. Although the file format…
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