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Day: October 15, 2020

Top 7 Cool Instant Cameras for Kids in 2020

It would not be wrong to say that instant cameras give us the instant gratification of seeing and holding a physical photo. Imagine this—you capture a memorable moment of your life, and instead of storing it away in a deep corner of your phone’s storage, you can actually hold the frozen moment in your hand.…
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Top 7 Ways to Fix iPhone Keyboard Not Showing Up

Whenever a major update to an operating system drop, there are bound to be issues and bugs. Especially when you are Apple and serving millions of iPhone users with yearly iOS updates. One of the common issues is related to the battery life of the device. Another well-spread problem in recent times is tied to…
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Win a Yeti Tundra 45 Cooler in Our Latest Giveaway

Whether you’re planning a beach date or a boat ride, a good cooler is a necessity. And like all YETI products, the YETI Tundra 45 is ridiculously durable and well-insulated, with ice retention of up to 10 days. So, how does this work? Simple. We’re giving away four YETI Tundra 45 coolers and all you have to…
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Yes, Your Security Software Might Slow Down Your Computer – What to Do About It – Ask Leo!

When you think about it, the security software on your computer, and specifically the anti-malware tools, have to do a lot of work. So much so that the work might impact your computer’s speed — perhaps for a while, perhaps constantly. Security software can slow down your computer, it’s true. You can select tools with…
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How to Use iMessage on iPhone and iPad Without a SIM and Phone Number

Apple has had an instant messaging service of its own for a long time now. Yes, we are talking about iMessage. Some people who have switched to Android from Apple or bought a new Apple device wonder whether they can still use iMessage on an old iPad or iPhone. Are you thinking about the same?…
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6 Best Ways to Fix Bluetooth Delay on Windows 10

Say you’re watching a movie or playing a game on your Windows PC. The visual quality is top-notch, and everything looks great. Except for one thing: there’s an annoying delay in audio output to your Bluetooth speaker. You reload a rifle, but your Bluetooth headphones produce the sound effect some seconds (or microseconds) later. There’s…
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Nanoleaf’s Lights Get More Shapely With New Triangles and Mini Triangles

Nanoleaf Back in January at CES 2020, Nanoleaf unveiled its latest product, dubbed Shapes. The company, well-known for fantastic looking yet expensive light panels, promised to solve a common complaint: compatibility. Going forward, every new Shape released would work with the ones that came before. It started with Hexagons, and now we have the next…
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The Motorola One 5G UW is Verizon’s Midrange Push For Ultra Wideband

Motorola Motorola’s been making a name for itself with budget and midrange phones for years, and now it’s teaming up with Verizon to combine that acumen with Ultra Wideband 5G. The new Motorola One 5G UW (for “Unexpectedly Wet,” just kidding it’s Ultra Wideband) was announced as a network exclusive. It’s on sale now for…
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How to Change Your Car Icon in Google Maps

Google Maps has a few quirky little features that can personalize your experience if you know where to find them. For instance, you can change the navigation icon to a car, SUV, or truck. Here’s how. The default Google Maps navigation icon is the familiar triangle with an inverted base that you see on many…
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Zoom’s End-to-End Encryption is Nearly Here, But You’ll Lose Some Features

Zoom Zoom is introducing an optional end-to-end encryption tool to keep prying eyes out of private meetings. The end-to-end encryption offering, which is still a technical preview, launches the week of October 20th for free and paid users. Still, Zoom says that encrypted calls are missing a few features, like live transcription and cloud recording.…
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The PlayStation 5’s Home Screen is Better Than the PS4’s (Which Isn’t Hard)

Sony There’s a lot of things to love about the PlayStation 4. The home screen and settings user interface isn’t one of them. Sony used an entire blog post and an 11-minute video to outline the interface on the upcoming PlayStation 5, highlighting the improvements and integrations with games and media. The interface appears to…
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Holiday 2020: 9 Switch Games for Kids Under 10

Nintendo When it comes to buying games for younger kids, you want to make sure they’re going to be a good balance of fun while not being overly challenging. It’s a difficult tightrope to walk, especially if you’re unfamiliar with games on the whole. But don’t worry, if you have a little one who is…
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How to Sort by Multiple Columns in Google Sheets

When you’re analyzing complex data sets in Google Sheets, you can take advantage of its built-in sorting feature to organize the data. You can sort by individual columns or, for more complex data, you can sort by multiple columns. To do this, you’ll need to open your Google Sheets spreadsheet and select the data set…
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What’s the Difference Between Chromecast and Google TV?

Google When it comes to branding, Google isn’t the best at eliminating confusion. The lines between the company’s streaming products got even blurrier with the introduction of the Chromecast with Google TV. So, what exactly is the difference between Chromecast and Google TV? Let’s break it down! The mess that is Google Home and Nest…
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Roku Streambar Review: The Streaming and Listening Experience for All

Rating: 9/10 ? 1 – Absolute Hot Garbage 2 – Sorta Lukewarm Garbage 3 – Strongly Flawed Design 4 – Some Pros, Lots Of Cons 5 – Acceptably Imperfect 6 – Good Enough to Buy On Sale 7 – Great, But Not Best-In-Class 8 – Fantastic, with Some Footnotes 9 – Shut Up And Take…
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