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Day: October 14, 2020

6 Best Ultrawide Monitors for Home Office

If you work on several documents and programs at a time or browse through pages of spreadsheets, a single monitor doesn’t help your cause. While Windows has upped its multi-window game, it’s still not an easy job to cycle between the different open screens. An ultrawide monitor will be a sound investment for those who…
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7 Best Fixes for AirPods Not Working for Phone Calls

At times, AirPods fail to work despite being connected to your iPhone, and it can be troubling. However, it’s an entirely different (and quite bizarre) ballgame when AirPods won’t work with phone calls, but function smoothly with other apps. That can be quite troublesome when you can’t answer calls. In this post, we’ll walk you…
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How to Remove PUPs and Other Unexpected Things From Your Computer – Ask Leo!

Ending up with random software on your machine you never wanted in the first place is annoying as heck. So-called PUPs (for Potentially Unwanted Programs, although there’s rarely any “potentially” about it) are tools, settings, utilities, browser toolbars, extensions, and more software installed on your computer as a result of installing something else. PUPs are…
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How to Set Different Notifications Sounds for Different Apps on Android Phones

With so many apps installed on our phones, a barrage of notifications is bound to confuse us. It’s difficult to figure out which app sent what notification and whether it’s important. To make my life easy, I use different notification tones for each app. Wish for the same? Find out how to keep different notification…
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A Guide to Removing Autofill Details From Google Chrome

Google Chrome and other web browsers offer an autofill option to quickly fill out details such as commonly used addresses, payment methods, first name/last name, and more. It’s a huge convenience feature that lets you fill out forms and address details while placing an order, signing up for a service, or creating an invoice. However,…
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You’ll Soon Be Able to Get MagSafe PopSockets for Your iPhone 12

PopSockets On the heels of Apple’s latest event announcing the new iPhone 12 models, phone accessory brand PopSockets promises it will create PopSockets using Apple’s MagSafe technology. The fun accessory makes it easier to hold and use your smartphone, and add a splash of personality to it. MagSafe is Apple’s proprietary magnetic charging system, and one of…
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The Oculus Quest 2 Is Shipping Now, Better Order Quick Before It Sells Out

Facebook unveiled the Oculus Quest 2 last September and promised a cheaper, lighter, and more powerful headset. Now the $300 Oculus Quest 2 is here, and if you didn’t preorder, it’s not too late to get your hands on one. At least not yet, but don’t dally too long. We’ve already gone “heads on” with…
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OnePlus’ New Buds Z True Wireless Earbuds Are Only $50 and Look Great

OnePlus In addition to the OnePlus 8T, OnePlus announced a new set of true wireless earbuds today. The OnePlus Buds Z promises deep bass, 20 hours of playtime with its case, and fast charging all in a $50 package. That’s a lot for not a lot of money. At $50, the OnePlus Buds Z wireless…
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How to Disable Recommendations on Google TV

Google TV streaming devices have a Home screen stuffed with recommendations. There are many ways you can fine-tune these, but if you prefer a less cluttered interface, you can also turn them off. The Google TV Home screen on devices like the Chromecast with Google TV is very different from the company’s previous streaming media platform,…
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PSA: Your New iPhone 12 Won’t Come With a Charger, So Buy One Now

Apple The iPhone 12 will be the first Apple phone to come without a charging brick in the box, and it won’t have EarPods, either. Combined with switching to a Lightning-to-USB-C cable, it means many new buyers won’t have the charger necessary to power up their phones. If you’re ready for a phone upgrade, you…
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The $749 OnePlus 8T Can Take a Full Day’s Charge in 15 Minutes

OnePlus When the OnePlus 7T hit the streets, we called it the best value in smartphones at the time. The company is back with a successor, the OnePlus 8T, and it features a new quad-camera system, incredibly fast charging—and a higher, $749 price tag. One of the biggest letdowns for the OnePlus 7T is subpar…
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Watch These 13 Family-Friendly Flicks Before Halloween

Romolo Tavani/Shutterstock.com Halloween is an exciting time of year, especially for movie lovers. And while horror is the go-to genre for many, it’s not exactly ideal for kids or scaredy cats. For those who prefer lighthearted flicks to those that are downright terrifying, these picks will appeal to your entire family. Each movie will be…
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How to Measure Your Blood Oxygen Levels with Your Apple Watch

Khamosh Pathak On the Apple Watch Series 6 and newer, you can measure your blood oxygen levels right from your wrist. We’ll walk you through it! How Blood Oxygen Monitoring on Apple Watch Works Apple states that the blood oxygen monitoring feature isn’t intended for medical use. Rather, it was designed for “general fitness and…
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How to Stop Google Calendar From Opening Maps in the Sidebar

Google Calendar integrates several other Google apps on the web. One is Google Maps, which is in the sidebar and opens when you select an address. If you don’t like this feature, though, you can disable it. If you click an address in an event, it will open a preview of the location in the…
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How to Create and Use Service Accounts in Google Cloud Platform

Service accounts are special accounts that can be used by applications and servers to allow them access to your Google Cloud Platform resources. You can use them to manage access within your account, and for external applications. For example, if you need to give an app permission to write to a Cloud Storage bucket, you…
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