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Day: November 12, 2020

Babylon.js 4.2: Simplicity Reimagined

[ad_1] Our mission is to create one of the most powerful, beautiful, and simple web rendering engines in the world. Our passion is to make it completely open and free for everyone. Today we are proud to introduce the latest evolution of the Babylon Platform, the amazingly simple Babylon.js 4.2. We are artists, developers, creators,…
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Babylon.js 4.2: Simplicity Reimagined

[ad_1] Our mission is to create one of the most powerful, beautiful, and simple web rendering engines in the world. Our passion is to make it completely open and free for everyone. Today we are proud to introduce the latest evolution of the Babylon Platform, the amazingly simple Babylon.js 4.2. We are artists, developers, creators,…
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Samsung Galaxy S10e, S10, S10+ To Receive One UI 3.0 Beta Update – Mobility Arena – Device Reviews, Mobile Phone Specs

[ad_1] Just days after Samsung released updates for the S10 Lite smartphone, new reports making the rounds suggest that the South Korean company will release beta versions of Android 11-based One UI 3.0 for a number of devices. Some of these devices include the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10+, Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 5G, Galaxy Note…
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6 Proven Ways to Recover Permanently Deleted Files From PC

[ad_1] As much as we want to keep all of our files on our PC, there are instances where we need the space, or the clutter is just affecting the latency, so we delete them. But what if you accidentally deleted the wrong file or have forgotten to save a copy in the cloud? Depending…
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What Are HTML Entities – Technipages

[ad_1] HyperText Markup Language, or HTML, is the primary language for web pages on the internet. It includes support for a number of other languages that add extra functionality and styling such as JavaScript and CSS. All of these languages are text-based with some meaningful characters used to separate literal strings that should be printed…
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Grounded is free to play on Steam this weekend, until November 15

[ad_1] Source: Obsidian Entertainment Grounded has been an undeniable success story for the small development team at Obsidian Entertainment, as the open world survival game has clearly resonated with players, having recently crossed a total of 5 million unique players since its launch with Grounded’s early access. If you haven’t given the game a try…
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New Razer Book 13: Faster, more efficient and ultra-compact

[ad_1] You can now pre-order the all-new Razer Book 13, a high-performing productivity laptop built for modern lives on-the-go and working remotely. It comes with the latest 11th Gen Intel Core processor with Intel Iris Xe graphics, capable of up to 4.7GHz clock speeds with Intel Turbo Boost, as well as robust connectivity, in an ultra-compact…
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Google Maps is Not in English: Change the Language – Technipages

[ad_1] If Google Maps is not in English and you want to change the language settings, you can do that from the app’s menu. In this guide, we’re going to list the steps to follow if you need to change the map language settings on PC and mobile. Note: The app automatically displays the place…
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Top 5 Standing Desks for Small Spaces

[ad_1] In our sedentary lifestyle, investing in a standing desk is probably one of the best investments that you will make this year, now that work from home will stay for a little while longer. These desks allow you to change the height, just letting you switch between standing and sitting as per your preference.…
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Test Your Pandemic Fighting Skills With the New ‘Plague Inc: The Cure’ Game

[ad_1] Ndemic Creations Plague Inc., a strategy game that revolves around spreading diseases, is releasing a new mode called The Cure. Separate from the main game, you’ll be focusing on battling a pandemic. The developer, Ndemic Creations, says that it tried to simulate real-life by gaining input received from real experts. In your new quest,…
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5 best Fitbit wristbands to monitor your workout

[ad_1] by Madalina Dinita Former Managing Editor It’s never too late to pursue your new year’s resolutions of getting into tip-top shape. Of course, there are some preparations to make before you dive in chief among them getting the right equipment. And whatever exercise you will be taking up, a Fitbit is likely to be…
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A Guide to Fixing Mac Not Connecting to Wi-Fi in macOS Recovery

[ad_1] If your Mac acts up or keeps crashing, the built-in Recovery mode can be useful. The macOS Recovery is the diagnostic tool designed to help eliminate snags preventing your MacBook from booting up correctly. You can also use macOS Recovery to wipe your hard disk, perform disk restore from a Time Machine backup, reinstall…
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Is it Safe to Delete Duplicate Files? – Ask Leo!

[ad_1] Is it safe to delete duplicate files found by duplicate file finder programs? I’m going to get some flack for this , but my answer is yes, followed by a very strong NO. Let me explain why. Because installing software in Windows is complex, it’s common to have duplicate copies of the same file,…
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6 best Virtual Reality Goggles

[ad_1] by Ivan Jenic Troubleshooting Expert The hype level stays the same, it’s just different products we get excited about every year. The last couple of years of technology advancement brought as an entirely new market. And that’s VR. But VR isn’t just Oculus Rift anymore. There’s a whole new world to be explored, with thousands…
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Whatsapp payment service officially rolls out in India

[ad_1] After receiving approval from the country’s regulators, and following Facebook’s owned Whatsapp introduces its payment service in its biggest market, 400 million users in India, enabling in-app UPI payments for Indian users. In a video via a blog post, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says, “Now you can send money to your friends and family…
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6 best Windows 10 drawing tablets to buy

[ad_1] by Vlad Turiceanu Editor-in-Chief Tablet computers, as we know them now, are just an evolved form of drawing tablets. While standalone tablets seem to be catching up, nothing can quite yet match the accuracy of drawing tablets. Drawing tablets also usually come with support for Windows 10, and the plethora of software that works…
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Can you use an Xbox Series X controller on Xbox One? Why, yes

[ad_1] Best answer: It absolutely does. Just as Xbox One controllers have forwards compatibility with the Xbox Series X and Series S, the new controller has backwards compatibility with the Xbox One. Backwards compatible: New Xbox Wireless Controller ($60 at Microsoft) Backwards compatible to Xbox One Microsoft has made a big deal out of compatibility…
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Best gaming laptops under $300: Game on!

[ad_1] What are the best gaming laptops under $300? Jumper EZbook X3 is an affordable laptop and it comes with a 13.3-inch IPS screen and 1920×1080 resolution. The laptop is 8mm thick and it weighs just 2.7lbs. As for the hardware, this laptop runs on Intel Apollo Lake N3350 dual-core CPU, so it should be…
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How to Enable Screen Sharing for Participants on Zoom as a Host

[ad_1] Many Zoom meeting participants are unable to share their screen. That’s because Zoom only lets the host or a co-host to share their screen by default. If the host wants other participants to share the screen as well, he/she needs to enable screen sharing for participants. That’s exactly what we will guide you with.…
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5 best printers for medium office [2020 Guide]

[ad_1] by Madalina Dinita Former Managing Editor There are already plenty of great deals available at online retailers. In this guide, we’re going to focus our attention on printers. So, if you’re looking to buy a new printer, here are some of the best printer deals that you can take advantage of right now. Note:…
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Download PUBG Mobile KR (Korean) 1.1 Metro Royale Update

[ad_1] It’s been two months since the popular battle royale game has been banned in India. Yes, we are talking about PUBG Mobile. After the ban, PUBG Mobile gamers have started to play the Korean Version of the game, also known as PUBG Mobile KR. For those who don’t know, the Korean Version of PUBG…
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5 best Alienware laptop deals to get

[ad_1] What are the best Alienware laptops to buy? 10th Gen Intel Core i7-10750H processor 16GB DDR4 RAM plus 1TB SSD Nvidia Geforce RTX Full HD display Some minor issues with overheating Alienware is a cherished brand among gamers for good reason – it delivers the kind of performance a gaming aficionado needs in order…
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4 best streaming sticks for your TV [2020 Guide]

[ad_1] by Milan Stanojevic Deputy Editor Many devices will be on discount this year, and the same goes for streaming sticks. If you’re looking for a new streaming stick for your TV, today we’re happy to show you the best streaming stick deals. Note: Deals are subject to change. Keep in mind that the price…
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5 best Amazon Echo devices to buy

[ad_1] by Aleksandar Ognjanovic Troubleshooting Expert The Black Friday season is just around the corner, and while we’re waiting for the best available deals, let’s check what Amazon has to offer in regards to smart speakers. All Amazon Echo iterations are quite popular for a variety of reasons. Once you catch the drift, Alexa can…
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Top 5 Ways to Fix Google Meet Background Blur Not Working Issue

[ad_1] With background blur enabled, Google Meet will put the focus on your face by blurring the background. It’s like the portrait mode of mobile phones these days but for video calls. So if your surroundings are messy or don’t want to reveal your surroundings, you can blur it. But for that, the feature needs…
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5 best portable browsers without installation

[ad_1] by Matthew Adams Windows & Software Expert You can take your own browser to the office when you add a portable browser to a USB stick. This software guide tells you about some of the best portable browsers for Windows you can run from USB flash drives. Don’t hesitate to check out other software…
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Best Optimized Emulator for A3: Still Alive PC – Tech Viral

[ad_1] The game itself doesn’t need any introduction as the renowned NETMARBLE created it. A worldwide gaming organization with different popular games, for example, Marvel: Future battle and The King of Fighters ALLSTAR, all over 4-star appraisals on Google play store with a great many downloads. A3: Still Alive is a pretending extravagant joined fight…
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10 Best Google Chrome Themes [Optimize & Customize]

[ad_1] by Tashreef Shareef Windows & Software Expert Default Google Chrome themes are flat and can get boring over time. This article explores the best 10 Google Chrome themes to help you find the best theme for every mood. Dont’forget to visit our Browsers page and read more in-depth articles by our tech experts. You…
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ASUS ROG Strix X570-E is the best motherboard for Ryzen 9 5900X

[ad_1] Best Motherboards for AMD Ryzen 9 5900X Windows Central 2020 Using the best motherboards with the AMD Ryzen 9 5900X is a sure way to get as much performance from the 12-core processor as possible. This CPU requires a 500-series motherboard, which is why we’ve rounded up some of the best X570 and B550…
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Introducing The New Mibro Air Smart Watch With An All-metal Design – Mobility Arena – Device Reviews, Mobile Phone Specs

[ad_1] We want to introduce you to the new smart watch from the Mibro company. Mibro is the Zhenshi Technology brand that Xiaomi and Longqi are investing in. Mibro Air smart watch has a beautiful all-metal design that catches the eye. Briefly about Mibro Air smart watch: Key Product Info: | Fashionable metal slim body | Full…
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5 best OLED TVs for crystal clear picture [2020 Guide]

[ad_1] by Madalina Dinita Former Managing Editor With a series of dazzling OLED TVs gaining a firm foothold in the market recently, OLED TV is finally showing signs of toppling the dominant LED LCD TV technology. And while we all along suspected that OLED had the quality to offer stiff competition to LED LCD, nobody…
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How to (try to) get an Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S at launch

[ad_1] Source: Microsoft It’s November 10, with Microsoft’s two next-generation Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S consoles finally arriving in homes, but only for a select few. It follows an extensive preorder campaign that first opened last September, seeing stock stripped near-instantly from retailer pages amid overwhelming demand for the consoles. And while Microsoft…
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Microsoft’s wearables Black Friday deal could save you $100

[ad_1] So, if you’ve been considering investing in a Samsung Galaxy wearable, Black Friday 2020 is a great opportunity for you to do so. Note that at the time being, Microsoft just offers us a sneak-preview of the Black Friday deal. The actual offer becomes available starting 11/19/2020. Thus, you have plenty of time to…
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Grab yourself a new monitor ahead of Black Friday UK for less

[ad_1] Monitors come in all shapes and sizes, as well as prices. You can easily spend more than £1,000 on a screen for high-end PC gaming, but if you’re not planning to game much and simply need the means to view content from your PC, there are some excellent affordable monitors out there. There’s a…
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5 best browser with least data consumption [Mobile/Desktop]

[ad_1] by Tashreef Shareef Windows & Software Expert Browsers with data compression features can help you make the most out of your Mobile and WiFi data. This article explores the best browsers with the least data consumption for Mobile and PC. For more data saving tips and compression tools, check out our dedicated Software Hub. Learn…
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Windows 10 just BSoD? Here’s how to troubleshoot and fix the problem.

[ad_1] On Windows 10, a Blue Screen of Death (BSoD) — also known as “blue screen,” “stop error,” or “system crash” — will always happen after a critical error occurs, which the system is not able to handle and resolve automatically. Usually, you’ll experience a blue screen error during the upgrade process of Windows 10,…
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How to Create Mobile Popups That Convert (Without Hurting SEO)

[ad_1] Do you want to use mobile popups on your website? Mobile popups can be very effective for lead generation, increasing sales, and getting more app downloads, but you need to design them the right way. Otherwise, you could end up harming your website’s search engine ranking. In this guide, we will share how to…
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5 best Windows 10 portable tablets [2020 Guide]

[ad_1] by Madalina Dinita Former Managing Editor Tablet computers are much more practical than regular laptop or desktop computers. They’re versatile, ultra-portable, easy to carry around, have great battery life and the list could go on. Well, if you’re looking for a Windows 10 tablet that has all the features listed above, look no further.…
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A cheap Google Nest Mini is the perfect partner for your new Xbox Series X

[ad_1] Kinect is officially dead on the Xbox as of the new Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S with no way back. As a gaming tool it died out a long time ago but as a way of controlling the console with voice many folks kept hold of them. After all, what’s better than…
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Sonos Radio Now Has a Paid Tier with HD Audio, Exclusive Shows, and No Ads

[ad_1] Sonos You can’t stop the inevitable. Following the April launch of its ad-supported Sonos Radio service, Sonos is pushing a paid version of the platform called Sonos Radio HD. At $8 a month, Sonos Radio HD offers an ad-free experience with exclusive artist-curated stations, 16-bit FLAC audio, and the ability to skip or replay…
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How to Clear Your Browsing History on Chrome for Android

[ad_1] It’s no mystery that web browsers track a lot of our internet usage habits. This “history” can also be easily accessed by anyone who checks your device. If you use Google Chrome on Android, we’ll show you how to clear it. Your browsing history is a running list of all the websites you’ve visited.…
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Which Graphics Card is Better for a Gaming Setup – AMD or Nvidia?

[ad_1] As a growing number of people are finding themselves with more free time at home, PC gaming is becoming more popular than ever. When countries began to implement lockdowns due to the Coronavirus pandemic in March, Steam saw a record-breaking 25.5 million concurrent users, and it’s been floating at around that number since then.…
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The best docks for your Dell XPS 13 2-in-1

[ad_1] Best Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 Docks and Docking Stations Windows Central 2020 The Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 is a remarkably flexible hybrid laptop. It will perform excellently, but if you want to use it with a monitor like a desktop PC, you’re going to want to get yourself a laptop dock. These docks will…
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Outsmarting Hackers in Online Games

[ad_1] Did you know hacking is a prevalent activity even in online gaming? In January 2019, a prominent U.S. security firm reported the results of its survey on security in gaming. The results, however, were a bit disappointing. The report stated that around 75 percent of gamers think about their security in online games. And…
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Roku Software Update Adds Apple Airplay & HomeKit Compatibility to Some Devices

[ad_1] Roku has been branching out as of late: in addition to reliable sales of streaming gadgets and partnerships with TV makers, it’s been selling sound bars and wireless speakers. The next step appears to be smarthome integration. In addition to some basic tools for Google Assistant and Alexa, Roku is expanding into the Apple…
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How to Launch Chrome with a Keyboard Shortcut in Windows 10

[ad_1] Windows 10 is packed full of keyboard shortcuts, but you can also create your own keyboard shortcuts to launch the applications they are assigned to. Here’s how to create one for launching Google Chrome on Windows 10. You’ll need Google Chrome installed on your PC to do this. You’ll also need to create a desktop…
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Holiday 2020: The Best Tech Gifts Under $50

[ad_1] Prostock-studio/Shutterstock.com If you’re looking for some inexpensive, yet totally awesome, tech gift ideas and stocking stuffers, we’ve got your back. We found 21 of the best tech products—from gaming controllers to coffee makers—that’ll make everyone on your Nice List happy. Plus, with each item costing $50 or less, you can cross off your holiday…
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The Surface Duo is on sale on Black Friday, so get it now

[ad_1] Save up to $900 dollars when buying the new Surface Duo While the discount may seem unreal, it isn’t, as long as certain conditions are met of course. For starters, you get a straight-up discount of $200 when buying the Surface Duo in this period, starting with November 22. You can get up to…
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10 Best Wifi Apps To Check Connected Devices in 2020

[ad_1] If you think that your WiFi connection is slow because someone else is using it without your permission, then here we are going to list down a few Android WiFi apps to detect intruders. So, let’s check out some of the best android wifi checker apps. Well, it’s no doubt that the internet has…
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How to Pin Control Center Modules to the Menu Bar on Mac

[ad_1] Khamosh Pathak The Control Center on Mac consolidates all the system controls in one neat drop-down menu. But there are some controls like “Wi-Fi,” “Battery,” and “Sound” outputs that you still might want to access from the menu bar. Mac users running macOS Big Sur and newer have both options. They can keep system…
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15 Best Gallery Apps For Your Android Smartphone in 2020

[ad_1] Well, if we look around, we will find that almost everyone now holds an Android smartphone. The Android operating system powers the majority of smartphones coming nowadays. Not just that, but smartphones are becoming powerful as well with more RAM, better Processor, and better camera. Although the phone’s camera can’t beat the DSLRs, smartphones…
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How to Export Your Google Photos Library

[ad_1] XanderSt/Shutterstock Google Photos keeps your pictures and videos backed up online. But to save your moments in case of an accident or to free up cloud space, you should still periodically back up your Google Photos library locally. Here’s how to do that with Google’s export tool, Takeout. Visit the Google Takeout website and…
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Holiday 2020: 10 Gifts for Anyone Who Loves Cheese

[ad_1] Fusionstudio/Shutterstock We all know someone who loves cheese and anything made with it. Or, hey, maybe you’re the turophile and love pairing the world’s finest cheeses with vintage wines. Either way, we’ve gathered some fun gifts you can wrap or send to any cheese lover (or yourself) this holiday season. Bambusi Cheese Board and…
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LUMI Keys Keyboard is Flashy and Fun, but Sometimes Misses a Note

[ad_1] Rating: 6/10 ? 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…
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How to Customize the Control Center on Mac

[ad_1] The Control Center in macOS Big Sur and higher provides a one-stop location for system toggles and utilities ranging from Wi-Fi to keyboard brightness. You can also customize and add more features to the Control Center on Mac. Just like the Control Center on iPhone and iPad, there are parts of the modular Control…
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OnePlus 8T Review: A Powerful Phone With a Camera that Can’t Compete

[ad_1] Rating: 7/10 ? 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…
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WhatsApp: How to Know What Files Are Taking up the Most Space – Technipages

[ad_1] Trying to save as much storage space as possible is a never-ending battle among Android users. You try to keep your storage usage to a minimum, for some reason, you never seem to win. One of many possible culprits could be the number of files a specific friend is sending you. Unless you download…
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7 best external hard drives for video editing

[ad_1] Even though SSDs took over from HDD as the most convenient storage devices, hard drives are still alive and kicking. Mostly because of their more affordable price. But it’s that time of the year again, and these prices are even lower now! So, if you’re looking to buy a new external HDD for your…
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How to Use the New Storage Management Tool of WhatsApp

[ad_1] Compared to all other instant messaging apps for Android, WhatsApp offers more features. It not only allows users to exchange text messages, but it also allows users to exchange photos, videos, and any other types of files. If you have been using WhatsApp for a while, chances are pretty high that the messaging app…
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3 best voice recorder deals

[ad_1] Did you know that voice recorders represent a $170 million market? I would have never guessed that voice recorders could be this popular. For this reason, we decided to compile a list of the best voice recorders that you can buy as Black Friday deals. All you have to do is browse through these deals,…
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Microsoft adding support for Apple silicon to Office for Mac beta

[ad_1] Microsoft is jumping on the Apple silicon train right away. What you need to know Microsoft is adding Apple silicon support for Office for Mac. The company is releasing a beta version of the software today. It is unclear when the new version will be available to the public. Reported by 9to5Mac, Microsoft has…
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Score this mechanical gaming keyboard for just $20

[ad_1] If you haven’t jumped into the world of mechanical keyboards yet, we don’t blame you. Making the switch can be expensive, and it gets quite complicated once you start weighing what type of switches you want, which manufacturer to go with, and whether to go wired or wireless. If you’re game to test the…
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Windows Terminal 1.5 brings loads of new features to preview

[ad_1] Microsoft today launched Windows Terminal version 1.5 in preview, bringing a whole load of new features for people to test out. In the process, Windows Terminal 1.4 moved out of preview, bringing its set of features to the release version. The biggest additions to Windows Terminal 1.5 include full hyperlink support, a new desktop…
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How to Add Websites to Burp Suite’s Target Scope – Technipages

[ad_1] As a proxy tool Burp Suite allows you to proxy all your network traffic. By default, Burp proxies all traffic to any website, however, this can result in too much traffic being caught by the “Intercept” feature, showing up in the HTTP history or in the site map. To control which traffic is visible…
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10+ best USB 3.0 external hard drive deals

[ad_1] by Milan Stanojevic Deputy Editor USB 3.0 external hard drive can be a quite useful device, especially if you need to back up your files. Today we’re going to show you the best USB 3.0 external hard drive deals that you can get for this shopping season. Note: Deals are subject to change. Sometimes,…
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Security Settings to Keep Your Android Device Safe – Technipages

[ad_1] There are various dangers out there when it comes to keeping your data safe. You have to be careful with malicious apps and links. Let’s not forget that there are always curious eyes to see what you’re doing on your Android device as well. Despite having to deal with all these dangers, there are…
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7 best gaming monitor deals to get

[ad_1] by Matthew Adams Windows & Software Expert Gaming monitors, like all the other professional gaming equipment, are traditionally pretty expensive because they have several embedded technologies like G-Sync for instance, or other personalized gaming features that make them better. Gaming monitors have a fast response time from 4 ms to 1 ms, high refresh…
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