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Day: November 22, 2020

4 Black Friday offers on CorelDraw that you can’t miss

If you’re looking for a simple tool that will help you create attention-grabbing posters, cards, social media images, and more, then CorelDraw Essentials 2020 is what you need. It doesn’t matter if you’re just doodling something and you don’t want to put a big hole in your budget, then this tool is right for you,…
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10+ best Windows 10 gaming laptops [Razer, Dell, Lenovo]

10th generation Intel Core i7 processor NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER Max-Q 300Hz refresh rate 16GB RAM and 512GB SSD CNC Aluminum body The Razer Blade looks like any normal laptop – it is thin, light, and is made out of aluminum; what makes it different though is what is inside it. The Blade packs…
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Data Privacy Laws in the US – Technipages

Data privacy issues and corresponding regulations are some of the greatest challenges that companies face today. While companies affected by the GDPR have felt the initial wave of fines, requirements, and standards, privacy is now an international issue. The US has already started moving towards revolutionary privacy regulation. With laws passed in California and Nevada…
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TECNO Camon 16 Premier Review Roundup: What Reviewers Are Saying About TECNO’s Super Phone – Mobility Arena – Device Reviews, Mobile Phone Specs

We are in November already and there is no, and there is no news of a Phantom device from TECNO this year. TECNO CAMON 16 Premier appears to be the top smartphone model of 2020 from TECNO Mobile. It was launched in September 2020 and so has been in the market for a few months…
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Google’s Project Guideline is going to help people with visual impairments to be more independent and run races by themselves

For a person who suffers from blindness or any other kind of visual impairment, running a race all by themselves is just a far-fetched dream. Even taking a simple walk requires them to take someone’s aid or use an aiding stick to tread carefully. Even then, there is a lot of danger for them. But…
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Here’s when World of Warcraft: Shadowlands goes live per region

Source: Blizzard Entertainment World of Warcraft: Shadowlands was originally scheduled to launch on October 27 but was postponed until November 23 to give the development team some extra time to polish and balance the experience. Now that day is almost here! If you can’t wait to journey into the realms of the dead and fight…
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Twitter tests several new updates including an ‘Ouch’ reaction to tweets, an Auto blocking option, and let the users choose when they want to upload high-quality images

Recently, the famous reverse engineer, Jane Manchun Wong reported a new update that Twitter seems to be working on a new feature called ‘Auto Blocking.’ Now, Twitter explains this as when you block someone, that person will not be able to follow you or message you. You will not even see any notifications from that…
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How to Enable & Change Startup Sound in Windows 10

Unlike Windows XP and Windows 7, the startup sound is disabled by default in Windows 10. This thing is done to speed up the start-up process and to save battery life. However, many users want to turn on the startup sound. Although the startup sound is turned off by default in Windows 10, users can…
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Get 1TB of lifetime cloud storage for $50 with Degoo

Source: Stack Commerce It only takes one slip to break your iPhone, so backing up your photos and files online is a smart move. While some providers are pretty expensive, Degoo Premium offers secure long-term storage at an affordable price. In a special iMore offer, you can currently jump on the 1TB lifetime plan for only $49.99 — that…
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Top 4 Power Banks for Wi-Fi Routers

Imagine streaming your favorite TV show on Netflix and the power goes off suddenly in your house. Meanwhile, your pings with a new email notification about an important document or a video file you are supposed to send. How you wish your Wi-Fi router was on! We know that mobile data is quite costly. Thankfully,…
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Apple Reminders vs TickTick: Which Reminders App Is Better on iPhone

Investing in a dedicated task management app can help you keep things organized and get things done throughout the day. For Apple users, the default option remains with the Reminders app. The majority sticks with it. Until the introduction of iOS 13, the default Reminders app on the iPhone was barely touched. Third-party developers filled…
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Google is extending its Chrome support for Microsoft Windows 7 until 15th January 2022

Microsoft Windows 7 was launched almost ten years ago, and it served as one of the most widely used and loved operating systems over all this period. Although the subsequent installments like Windows 8, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10 are also good, there are still many users who have not had the heart to migrate…
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How to Turn Off Siri’s Contact Suggestions in Share Sheet on iPhone

With the release of iOS 13, Apple introduced Siri’s contact suggestions on the iPhone. Open the Share Sheet in an app. You would automatically see recent contacts from apps such as Messages and Whatsapp listed right at the top. To add to that, it even listed devices that you shared photos or documents using AirDrop.…
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Top 7 Ways to Fix Gmail Notifications Not Working in Chrome on Windows 10

Notifications make things easy to tend to an update, especially the email app. Now you don’t need to repeatedly open your email and refresh it. With notifications, you will be notified about a new email from services like Outlook, Gmail, etc., even when you are doing something else on your computer. Sadly, Gmail notifications do…
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This is your Black Friday Instant Pot deal: the Duo Evo Plus is down to $70

Let’s just cut to the chase. The Instant Pot Duo Evo Plus 6-quart pressure cooker is on sale for $69.99 at Amazon. That’s a huge drop in price for an Instant Pot that normally sells for $120 and has never sold for less than $100 before. So not only is this a brand new low…
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