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Day: January 7, 2021

The Killer Instinct World Cup has been announced for 2021

Killer Instinct is a bit of a strange story for Microsoft and Xbox, as it’s really the only true fighting game that Xbox can boast of building itself. Killer Instinct released back in 2013 for Xbox One and enjoyed several years of updates, continued support, and events until about 2016. Ever since then, the Xbox…
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FIX: Computer shuts down while gaming but not from overheating

So I was playing fine under windows 7but under windows 10 about 2 min into playing MechWarrior Online my system just shuts down.. not restart.. shuts down.. no power, just off…help What should I do when my computer shuts down while gaming? 1. Check for a PC virus It is possible that a virus may…
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Homebrew: How to install exploit tools on macOS

We’ll guide you through the process of using Homebrew package manager to install security tools on macOS to exploit vulnerabilities found in your Apple equipment. Image: Homebrew In this follow-up to the installing security tools on macOS via Homebrew series, we’ll be looking at various applications that can be used to exploit any vulnerabilities that…
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Here’s how to fix That didn’t go as planned error in Origin

Well, that didn’t go as planned. Origin encountered an issue loading this page. Please try reloading it – if that doesn’t work, restart the client or try again later. Please help me ! In today’s fix article we will discuss the best methods to apply to sort this issue out and get back to playing…
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FIX: Dragon Age: Inquisition problems in Windows 10

Remove PC Errors Run a PC Scan with Restoro Repair Tool to find errors causing security problems and slowdowns. After the scan is complete, the repair process will replace damaged files with fresh Windows files and components. Disclaimer: to remove errors, you need to upgrade to a paid plan. So, check out your GPU temperature…
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82% of US employers are planning to hire in 2021

Monster’s Future of Work report found that almost half of the tech companies will be posting new positions. Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto Monster’s Future of Work Report shows that companies plan to do a lot of hiring in 2021, but expect to face skills gaps and challenges with virtual recruiting. Eighty-two percent of US employers plan…
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Microsoft Edge, While On the Rise, Still Has a Long Way to Go Before Overtaking Google Chrome

Microsoft Edge, while definitely seeing a steady rise to mainstream use and popularity, has still got a long way to go before its competition, Google Chrome, gives any leeway. Microsoft has published a job opening around a week ago on their website, looking to hire a principal software engineer dedicated to working for their browser,…
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Forrester: 12 steps CDOs can use to accelerate data-driven insights

In a new report, Forrester outlines the 12 steps chief data officers can take to build, scale, and sustain data-driven discovery, analysis, and decision-making in their organizations. Image: iStock/TCmake_photo In order to drive competitive advantage from data-driven insights, chief data officers (CDOs) need to start by understanding the needs of their business partners and employees,…
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Homebrew: How to install vulnerability tools on macOS

We’ll guide you through the process of using Homebrew package manager to install security tools on macOS to assess vulnerabilities and the security posture of the devices on your network. Illustration: Lisa Hornung, Getty Images/iStockPhoto When attempting to determine the security posture of the devices on your organization’s network, performing security assessments is the next…
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10 fastest-growing cybersecurity skills to learn in 2021

People with experience in application development security are in the highest demand but cloud expertise commands the biggest paycheck. Atlas VPN analyzed job postings to understand the current and future demands for cybersecurity skills. Image: AtlasVPN IT professionals with expertise in app development security, cloud computing, and risk management will have the most job opportunities…
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Twitch disables Trump’s account after violence in DC

The country and the world as a whole was shocked when an unruly group of pro-Trump supporters managed to breach and storm the US Capitol building yesterday. This has led to a series of decisions from social media companies, who are attempting to crack down on posts and stances that incite violence and dangerous behavior.…
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Cure muscle aches and pains with the REATHLETE percussive massager, now 28% off

Source: StackCommerce Not everyone has the luxury of a personal massage therapist on call. But with the REATHLETE Fold Percussive Massager, you can get the same treatment at home. This portable device is currently 28% off MSRP at just $249.99. Muscle pain and stiffness is a constant problem for many of us. This discomfort is usually a…
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16 must-have 3D printing accessories for use with resin printers

Resin printers are becoming cheaper and more accessible all the time, and the best 3D printers like the Anycubic Photon and the Elegoo MARS are driving the cost of resin printing down like never before. However, resin printing is a lot more complicated than FDM printing, so there’s a lot of different accessories you might…
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Amazon, Disney, and Uber reveal remote interviewing and hiring processes

TechRepublic takes an exclusive look at key HR trends and predictions from some of the most recognizable companies. The most-wanted HR tools, from Talview’s latest poll. Image: Talview Among the many challenges the enterprise tackled last year during the pandemic-imposed upheaval, the most odious (business-wise) was the rapid shift to remote work. Specifically, human resources…
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Telegram: What Are Voice Chats and How to Use Them – Technipages

If WhatsApp doesn’t want to stay behind in the feature-war with Telegram, they’re going to have to do something and fast. Telegram has a feature WhatsApp wish it had, for now, allowing you to be in a voice call conversation with more than one person. You can say goodbye to having to send a voice…
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Zoom: How to Prevent Someone From Remotely Controlling Applications via Screen Sharing – Technipages

One of the things that you may have to occasionally do in a Zoom meeting is to share your screen. The most common reasons you might want to share your screen is for presentations, demonstrations, or for tech support. In presentations and demonstrations, you’ll typically be leading the interaction, using your shared screen to provide…
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Google Chrome: Disk Full Download Error – Technipages

This troubleshooting guide focuses on the “Disk full” error on Google Chrome. The error indicates you ran out of storage space and the browser could not download the file. In most cases, this error correctly pinpoints the root cause of the download failure. But there are cases when Chrome erroneously says the disk is full.…
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You can now undo and redo commands in Microsoft Lists

Microsoft Lists is a relatively new platform from Microsoft to track and organize information, including issues, assets, routines, and contacts. It integrates with popular Microsoft services, such as Teams, Outlook, and SharePoint. With all the information that people put into Microsoft Lists, it’s easy to make a mistake. Now, it’s also easy to undo that…
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How to enable two-step verification on Telegram

Facebook’s Zuckerberg is taking direct control of WhatsApp, eroding the encrypted messenger’s privacy structure. From February, Facebook will be able to analyze and profile your chat data for serving ads, and who knows what else, as you move across the web. Telegram features end-to-end encrypted chats, and its cloud-based messages are stored in data centers…
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How to quickly check to see if your Linux server is under a DDoS attack from a single IP address

Jack Wallen shows you an easy way to determine if your Linux server is under a DDoS attack and how to quickly stop it. Image: Pixabay If you have Linux servers in your data center or they’re being hosted on a cloud server (such as AWS, Google Cloud, or Azure), you cannot assume, simply because…
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Acer announces three gaming monitors ahead of CES 2021

CES 2021 is just around the corner, and Acer just amounts three new monitors ahead of the event, the Predator XB273U NX, Predator XB323 QK N, and Acer Nitro XV282K K. The Predator monitors both feature Acer VisionCare 4.0 and are TÜV Rheinland Eyesafe certified. According to Acer, they are among the first monitors in…
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How to convert CentOS 8 to CentOS 8 Stream

Jack Wallen shows you how to quickly convert your CentOS 8 deployments to CentOS 8 Stream. Image: CentOS If you’ve been paying attention, you know all about what’s been going down with CentOS. Because of that, you’re probably concerned about all those CentOS servers you have on your network. Since those servers probably power a…
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How to change your Chromebook Downloads folder to ensure you always have your files available

Jack Wallen shows you how to change the default downloads location on your Chromebook, so you never lose another file due to a power wash. Image: Jack Wallen I cannot tell you how many times I’ve power washed my various Chromebooks–it happens regularly. Maybe I’ve switched from the stable to the beta channel, or maybe…
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A partnership with Duracell may be the reason behind AA batteries on Xbox

With the release of the powerful and slick Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, players also got their hands on the latest iteration of Microsoft’s excellent Xbox Wireless Controller. However, Microsoft made the strange decision to stick with aging AA batteries as the default source of power for their new controllers. This choice continues…
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How to Change Video Speed on Android – Technipages

While you were on vacation, you recorded the road all the way up to the cabin. The view was incredible, but your friends might not have an hour to view the entire video. Since you want them to see the entire video, it’s a good idea if you speed it up a little so your…
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Audeze Penrose X Xbox headset review: Does it live up to the hype?

Source: Windows Central The Audeze Penrose X is a newcomer to the Xbox headset scene, compatible with both the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, as well as the Xbox One consoles. Audeze is a big name in the headphone market, making all sorts of products for media enthusiasts, gamers, music fans, and more.…
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Acer announces faster Chromebook and improved gaming monitors for CES 2021

The Spin 514 has an AMD Ryzen Mobile Processor and the new monitors feature faster refresh rates and tech to reduce eye strain. The new Acer Chromebook Spin 514 has AMD Ryzen Mobile Processors and AMD Radeon Graphics. Image: Acer CES 2021 must-read coverage Today, Acer rolled out a faster Chromebook with consumer and enterprise…
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This Infographic Highlights Why Your Business Should Be on LinkedIn Right Now

During the COVID-19 pandemic, people are bound to stay at home. Many universities and colleges are giving lectures and notes to their students and business meetings have been done through these apps. With other big names in social apps like Facebook and Twitter, LinkedIn is not behind the game. Recently LinkedIn has shared its usage…
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Leaving WhatsApp? This Telegram client just got a major update

Following a policy change by WhatsApp, many people are looking at alternative messaging options. The new WhatsApp policy requires people to share data with Facebook and associated companies. We already broke down the complete timeline of the change and how it goes against what the WhatsApp co-founder said would happen with Facebook acquiring WhatsApp, but…
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How to switch from WhatsApp to Telegram

Facebook is finally taking full control of WhatsApp, with plans to merge the information you put into the app with its broader human tracking systems. WhatsApp will effectively become an extension of Instagram, Facebook, and Facebook Messenger, with the privacy-shy company free to merge all of your data into a single tracking profile for advertisers,…
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8 best practices for optimizing your analytics reports

Are your reports delivering the right information for your business? Here’s how to get the best information into the correct hands. Image: iStockphoto/NicoElNino While we work hard to produce important and useful data analytics reports, we know that not all of the data we present is being used to its fullest extent. Three years ago,…
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Google Addresses 43 Serious Android Bugs and Works Towards Fixing Them

Released on Monday, the January Android Security Bulletin of Google addressed the 43 bugs that were present in the Android Handsets overall. Apart from this Qualcomm, the chips used in Android Devices also addressed 15 very critical bugs, all of which Google managed to fix. Out of all these issues, the most severe were two…
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2 Best Methods to Delete a Drive Partition On Windows 10

If you have been using Windows operating system for a while, you might know about the Disk Management utility. Disk Management is the native partition management tool of Windows 10 that lets you create, delete, and merge partitions. Let’s admit; there are times when we want to organize our drive partitions. Sometimes, we want to…
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Running out of storage? Try these tips to free up space on Windows 10

2. Free up space deleting junk files using Storage Sense on Windows 10 On Windows 10, Storage Sense is a feature that allows you to quickly delete junk files (including previous installation files after an upgrade and temporary files) to free up space on the primary and secondary drives to make room to store other…
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The Best Samsung Galaxy S20 FE Cases To Buy – Mobility Arena – Mobile Phone, Smartphone, Cell Phone Reviews

As smartphones have become more fragile, thanks to an unrepentant love for glass bodies by manufacturers, cases have become more important, critical even. We brin you a list of Samsung Galaxy S20 FE cases you can buy in 2021 to protect your beloved budget flagship. The Galaxy S20 FE was released in September 2020 and…
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The Two Types of Cloud Data Threats and How You Protect Yourself – Ask Leo!

“Cloud and cloud, what is cloud??!!” Seems we can’t say or do much in technology these days without that silly buzzword — “the cloud” — rearing its head. To be fair, it’s a pretty powerful concept. Nearly unlimited storage for all your information, accessible to you from anywhere the internet might reach — which is…
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Top 7 Silicone Cases for the Apple AirPods Pro

The Apple AirPods Pro is one of the ubiquitous choices of earphones for most Apple users, primarily for its ease within the Apple ecosystem. However, at $249, it’s an expensive pair of earphones, and you wouldn’t want anything to happen to it. In such scenarios, silicone cases and covers for the AirPods Pro come in…
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Five new LG gram laptops are on the way

Source: Daniel Rubino/Windows Central LG announced five new LG gram laptops ahead of CES 2021. The laptops all feature 16:10 aspect ratios and come in a range of sizes and form factors. The new laptops include the LG gram 17 (model 17Z90P), LG gram 16 (model 16Z90P), LG gram 14 (model 14Z90P), LG gram 2-in-1…
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New investment by US Air Force gives lift to autonomous flying cars

Radar company Metawave lands a contract to advance the USAF’s new autonomous electric Vertical Take-Off and Landing aircraft, marking the next step in aerospace innovation. US Air Force funds adaptation of automotive radar from Metawave. Image: Metawave On Wednesday, Metawave Corporation, a wireless technology firm, landed a coveted “phase one” contract with the US Air…
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Google Chrome Will Now Show HTTPS As The Default Browser URL

An upcoming change to Google Chrome might actively push the already receding HTTP address into irrelevancy. Google’s software designers and engineers are hard at work, making new tweaks to their web browser Chrome’s omnibox (colloquially known as the address bar). What those tweaks essentially boil down to is pushing the HTTPS builds of websites to…
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Review: Mosyle’s MDM is the top option for managing Apple devices

There are many mobile device management products on the market, so what makes Mosyle such a great choice? Find out why this MDM platform should be part of your organization. Image: iStock/nd3000 I’m just going to come out and say it: I love mobile device management (MDM)! Ask anyone who has ever been tasked with…
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Microsoft Edge Dev now works on Apple’s M1 chips

Source: Daniel Bader / Windows Central Microsoft continues to roll out support for its apps on Apple’s new M1 chips. The latest edition is Microsoft Edge Dev, which is now optimized for the new Apple processors. The team behind Microsoft Edge started talking about M1 chip support in November of last year and has quickly…
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Battlefield 5 packet loss: How to fix it? [3 tested methods]

Battlefield V is a popular first-person shooter game that many players from all around the world enjoy. Despite its name, Battlefield V (also called Battlefield 5) is the sixteenth installment in the Battlefield series. Although it was released more than 2 years ago, in November 2018, players still enjoy it. So far so good, but…
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Why you might want to play Google Stadia in Microsoft Edge

Source: Windows Central The beauty of cloud gaming services like Google Stadia is that you’re not required to have any specific, potentially expensive hardware to use them. This is 100% accurate with Stadia, which literally requires only a web browser to run on a Windows PC. Naturally, Google steers you to using its Chrome browser,…
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Top 8 Ways to Fix Windows 10 Network Connection Issues

The internet connection is crucial while working from home or enjoying web-based content. Sometimes, you might notice brief delay or get no internet error even when you are connected to the Wi-Fi. If you experience that often on your Windows 10 computer and laptop, you should certainly fix that to enjoy uninterrupted work and entertainment.…
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Corsair’s K55 keyboard down to $40 has RGB lighting and multimedia controls

The Corsair K55 RGB membrane keyboard has dropped to $39.99 at Amazon. This price matches the lowest we’ve seen on the K55 keyboard, which normally goes for around $50. It actually hasn’t dropped this low since the last deal we shared on it way back in April of last year. You can also find this…
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CES 2021: Lenovo unveils Tab P11, IdeaPad 5G, IdeaPad 5i Pro, and more

At CES 2021, Lenovo will introduce a slew of new IdeaPads and the new versatile Tab P11 to assist remote business professionals in the telecommuter age. Image: Lenovo To mitigate the spread of COVID-19, a number of organizations around the globe have adopted remote work policies. At the same time, a number of schools and…
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CES 2021: Samsung introduces the Galaxy Chromebook 2 with a $550 starting price

Samsung’s new 2-in-1 Galaxy laptop includes a 13.3-inch QLED display and dropped the price from its debut last year. The Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2. Image: Samsung At last year’s CES, Samsung introduced the Galaxy Chromebook, which made a big splash but had a big price tag to match at $999. This year, Samsung is introducing…
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Lenovo’s Show Mode converts your PC into an Echo Show-like device

Lenovo announced several new laptops and devices today, but the company also has a software announcement. Select Lenovo laptops, including certain Yoga and IdeaPad models, will gain access to a new feature called Show Mode for PC. The feature brings a full-screen Alexa experience to PCs, allowing them to act like an Amazon Echo Show.…
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Lenovo announces a prototype PC that can attach to Switch-style controls

Lenovo announced two new LAVIE computers ahead of CES 2021. While both PCs are from the LAVIE lineup from NEC Personal Computers, a joint venture company of Lenovo and the NEC Corporation, they vary dramatically in form factor and availability. The LAVIE MINI is a prototype device with an 8-inch screen that can be docked…
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Lenovo announces IdeaPad 5G ahead of CES 2021

Source: Lenovo What you need to know Lenovo announced the IdeaPad 5G, IdeaPad 5 Pro, and IdeaPad 5i Pro laptops ahead of CES 2021. The IdeaPad 5G is a 14-inch laptop with 5G support. The IdeaPad 5 Pro and IdeaPad 5i Pro should be available starting in March 2021. None of the new IdeaPad laptops…
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Here’s how to pick the best network switch for your IP cameras

Source: Rich Edmonds / Windows Central When setting up your home surveillance system, it’s possible to use an SD card and rely on footage being saved locally on each camera. Most vendors have mobile apps that can be used to set up each camera and view/save footage. My preferred method is to use the best…
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Lenovo announces new monitors and an AIO with a rotating display

At CES 2021, Lenovo has announced a plethora of new devices, including a new all-in-one PC and a bunch of monitors. The new monitors feature 23.8 or 27-inch IPS displays at 1080p, in a design with thin bezels and a phone holder built right into the stand. The monitors, called L24i-30 and L27e-30 feature a…
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How to kill Internet Explorer and other unwanted Windows 10 features

Not all Windows 10 features are great, such as Internet Explorer, and you might want to remove them from your computer. Here’s how. If you’re still using Internet Explorer, it’s time to let go. With the launch of Windows 10, Microsoft officially stopped developing new features for its once-flagship browser and is now delivering only…
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iCloud Contacts vs Google Contacts: Where Should You Save Contacts on Your iPhone

When you are using an Android phone, one prefers using Google Contacts to store and manage contacts. But when it comes to the iPhone, users are confused between iCloud Contacts and Google Contacts. If you are also wondering where to save contacts on your iPhone – iCloud or Google? You will find the answer in…
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Take your shows on the go with the WD Easystore 5TB hard drive down to $100

The WD Easystore 5TB external USB portable hard drive has dropped to $99.99 at Best Buy. That’s about $30 off what it normally sells for and $80 off its MSRP. With today’s deal it actually matches the same price as the 4TB price so you’re getting a full terabyte for free. You won’t find it…
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This Security Researcher Provides Evidence of Flaws in Google’s reCAPTCHA Technology, By Using Google’s Own Tools

A software developer and analyst Nikolai Tschacher recently demonstrated the flaws in Google’s reCAPTCHA technology by running old audio software against the security measures, effectively breaking them. CAPTCHA, a very long acronym (Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart) that essentially boils down to automated Turing test, has been a mainstay of…
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Samsung’s Galaxy Chromebook 2 is Affordable and Has a Gorgeous QLED Display

Samsung The newest member of the Samsung family is its Galaxy Chromebook 2. The convertible laptop is the world’s first QLED Chromebook. It’s promising a battery life of up to 14 hours per charge, which is a much-needed improvement over its predecessor’s infamously abysmal battery life. It’s also more affordable—just $550—putting it back in Chromebook…
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Acer’s New Chromebook Spin 514 Goes All in on AMD

Acer Acer’s ready to refresh its Chromebook Spin 514, and in addition to touting durability the company also wants to point out the new processors and graphics cards. That’s because this is the first Acer Chromebook to pack AMD processors and Radeon Graphics cards. It’s a two-in-one device as well, with 360-degree hinges. The Chromebook…
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Intel dual-band wireless-ac 7260 disconnecting? [Easy Fix]

The most common problems relating to the Intel Wireless AC 7260 driver are:  slow speed/limited connection, Wi-Fi won’t connect, frequent disconnections. We have identified the issues and come up with solutions to fix each Intel Wireless 7260 AC driver bug. How do I fix Intel wireless-ac 7260 if it keeps disconnecting? 1. Keep your drivers…
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What Is a Temperature Blanket? The DIY Is Going Viral

@amy.strauch/TikTok When it comes to viral DIYs, hacks, and crafts, TikTok is kind of the reigning champ. The latest thing to go viral is what people are referring to as a “temperature blanket,” and it’s a craft that takes an entire year, but is surprisingly easy to do. What is a temperature blanket? It’s, well,…
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FIX: An unexpected error has occurred in Origin

Dealing with this issue is not that hard, as you will see in this article. The troubleshooting methods are presented starting with the least invasive one. This ensures that the most efficient method for your situation will be used to fix the issue without exposing your system to unnecessary risks. Read on to find out…
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Mint’s Latest Overhaul Adds Subscription Tracking and Bulk Transactions Edits

Mint Mint, the app that helps you track your spending on gas, food, and other categories, just overhauled its app. Amid a refresh that makes Mint easier to use, the company introduced a few new features. Now you can see all of your subscriptions in one place you pay for when you connect your credit…
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FIX: Hulu not working with VPN error (8 foolproof solutions)

Make sure to disable WebRTC in the web browser you use to watch Hulu. Look up free browser extensions in Chrome Web Store or Firefox Add-ons since there are numerous options. But first, check the settings of your VPN browser extension (if you have one). For example, Private Internet Access (buy here) has native support…
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How to Recover and Restore Deleted Pages in WordPress (4 Methods)

Are you trying to recover deleted pages in WordPress? If you accidentally deleted a WordPress page, then it is possible to recover it from Trash. In this beginner’s guide, we’ll show you how to easily recover deleted pages in WordPress and WooCommerce. How WordPress Handles Deleted Pages? Just like your computer, WordPress moves deleted items…
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TikTok tops the non-gaming grossing app of 2020

The world’s biggest non-gaming app of December 2020 is TikTok. In comparison to the sales TikTok generated in December 2020, this year with approximately $142 million of user spending, a 3.3 fold rise has been observed in sales. Most of the sale generated by TikTok in 2020 was from Douyin in China that is nearly…
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How to Get Birthday Reminders From Google Assistant

It can be pretty embarrassing to forget someone’s birthday, especially if it’s a close loved one. Calendars are great for remembering birthdays, but if you want to make them even harder to forget, let Google Assistant remind you. Birthday reminders are part of Google Assistant’s “Your People” features. This is where you can give people…
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The 56-Inch Mercedes-Benz ‘Hyperscreen’ Is Bigger Than My TV

Mercedes-Benz This stuff makes Star Trek look like child’s play. Mercedes-Benz’s upcoming 2022 EQS electric sedan will feature a massive 56-inch touchscreen display spanning the entire dashboard. The  Hyperscreen is part of Mercedes-Benz’s second-generation MBUX infotainment system that replaces physical knobs and buttons with touch and voice controls. Based on early images, the Hyperscreen appears…
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10 Best iPhone Contact Management Apps in 2021

If we look around, we will find that Android is now the most popular mobile operating system. If any other operating system comes close to Android, then without any doubt, it will be iOS. Like Android, we can use the iPhone to perform different kinds of stuff like surfing the web, watching videos, listening to…
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Black Ops 4 packet loss: How to fix it? [3 trusted methods]

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, BO4, or simply Black Ops 4, is a popular multiplayer FPS game. It lets you choose from a roster of soldiers with unique abilities and team up with others against various enemies. Although it’s awesome that you can play with your friends or total strangers, the multiplayer component of…
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Satechi’s New iPad Keyboards and Stand Are Slim, Sleek, and Affordable

Satechi CES doesn’t officially kick off until next week, but that doesn’t mean companies have to wait to launch new products. Satechi just took the wraps off of four new backlit keyboards and a stand for the iPad. The keyboards are slim and connect to multiple devices. And you can choose between getting a numpad…
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100 Best PS4 Games 2021

Since 2013, when it was launched in the USA, Play Station 4 is a commercial success and its games have been making the heads of kids and adults around the world go crazy. We have selected the 100 best PS4 games based on online reviews, metacritic score and my experience playing them. In this list, you…
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How to Insert a Word File into a Different Word Document

If the content of another Microsoft Word document is relevant to the content in a Word doc you’re currently working on, you can embed or migrate the text of that document into your current document. Here’s how. First, open the Word document that you would like to add the contents of, or embed, another Word…
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Take a pay cut to work from home forever? Many office workers think it’s a good idea

A study by Citrix found that more workers are beginning to value the freedom of remote working over the numbers on their paycheck. Workers want a better work-life balance, and are willing to sacrifice a slice of their paycheck in return. Image: lolostock, Getty Images/iStockphoto Office workers would be willing to sacrifice up to 20%…
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How to clone or extend screen in Windows 10

Knowing how to clone or extend a screen with multiple monitors in Windows 10 can be highly useful for a number of situations such as gaming, coding, writing, movie streaming, and more. If you want to know how to manage multiple monitors in Windows 10 on a PC, or a laptop with an attached screen,…
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Apple’s IDFA changes may adversely affect Facebook and Snapchat the most

A recent report by MKM Partners suggests that Facebook and Snapchat will face the major brunt if Apple’s IDFA changes come into effect. Since December 2020, Facebook has been creating mayhem over Apple’s upcoming IDFA changes for iOS 14. Not only Facebook, but many other apps and sites are upset since Apple revealed its plans…
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Can You Use Apple Fitness+ without an Apple Watch?

Apple Fitness is designed for Apple Watch users. If you don’t have an Apple Watch, you can kind of use the app … a little bit. But not really, here’s why. Apple Fitness+ Needs an Apple Watch to Sign Up To sign up for Apple Fitness+, you need an Apple Watch paired to your iPhone.…
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FIX: Power Plan keeps changing on Windows 10

4. Log in to your administrator account You might not have administrative privileges on the used device, so every change that you make in the system will be reset after reboot. For a fix, you will have to try to log in with the administrator account and set up the power plan settings. After that,…
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10 Best Privacy Apps For Android in 2021

While installing apps, we sometimes grant permission, which the apps don’t need. For example, camera apps don’t need your contact information. But, in the past, we have seen a few camera apps asking for contact access. There are millions of apps available on the Google Play Store that can be installed for free. So, if…
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7 Unassuming Kitchen Gadgets to Make Life Easier

Iliensa/Toysdone/Farberware Not all kitchen gadgets have to be big and bulky—even the smallest can really come in handy. All of these little utensils will fit in a drawer and make your life easier. Toysdone Microwave Bowl Hugger Toysdone This genius item is so simple, you won’t believe it. It looks like a basic pot holder…
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How Much Did Internet Shutdowns Cost the World?

The world revolves around the internet. Yes, yes, not exactly a hot take of the day. However, the sheer automation of almost every real-life appliance combined with our dependence on online media for social interaction, networking, acquisition of working tools, etc. really means that we’ve created a worldwide lifestyle reliant on the presence of the…
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Jar files not opening on Windows 10 [FIX]

In this article, we will guide you with easy to follow step by step instructions in order to solve the issue. How can I open Jar files on Windows 10? 1. Use File Viewer Plus 4 You can open .jar files and hundreds of different formats with a single application. FileViewer Plus 4 is a universal…
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TECNO Camon 16 Pro Vs Infinix Note 8: Which Of These Mid-Range Smartphones Is The Better Choice For You? – Mobility Arena – Mobile Phone, Smartphone, Cell Phone Reviews

We continue our weekly battles with a very interesting mid-week match-up. Today, we have a TECNO Camon 16 Pro vs Infinix Note 8 match-up on our plate. Both smartphones launched in 2020 and bring a number of interesting specs for us.   The TECNO Camon 16 Pro is one of the more popular smartphones from…
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What’s the Least You Should Spend on a Smartphone?

When I tell people my job, I’m often asked, “what’s the least I should spend on a new phone?” The answer, if an admittedly pithy one, is “whatever your budget can afford.” With smartphones as with everything else, if you spend more, you get more. But if all you can afford is a $150 phone,…
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Apple is probably planning to launch some unspecified AR/VR device in 2021 and tech gurus think that it can be their AR glasses

Since 2017, Apple has been making news about its AR glasses and people sit back in anticipation that they are releasing now, but the supposed launch never happens, and these glasses haven’t made it to the markets as yet. However, 2021 may be a little different! Facebook is already on the verge of launching its…
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This week Google will launch App Store privacy labels on iOS apps

Recently Apple revealed new Apple store privacy label policies. In response to this, Google is updating its iOS apps as it does not want to work under the newly released policies of Apple. As per the new policy, the developers are asked to report the data collected from the App store users. Google is not…
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FIX: Error code 0xc00000e on Windows 10

If you’re suddenly struck with this problem and not sure how to deal with it, make sure to check the solutions we provided below. How do I solve error code 0xc00000e on Windows 10? Check hardware Rebuild BCD registry hive Check BIOS settings 1. Check hardware First things first. This error mostly occurs due to…
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What Health Conditions Can an Apple Watch Detect?

Apple The Apple Watch has been a good fitness tracker since its launch in 2015. With each subsequent generation, it’s gained additional hardware features. The latest Apple Watches can detect and monitor a few different health conditions. Caution: The Apple Watch Isn’t a Medical Device First, I must mention two big caveats. The Apple Watch…
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Xiaomi Mi 10i announced in India with 108-megapixel quad rear cameras

Xiaomi Mi 10i officially launched as the Chinese-based company’s latest mid-range 5G smartphone with a 6.67-inch Full HD+ LCD screen, 120Hz refresh rate, 108-megapixel quad rear cameras and powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G 5G. The Mi 10i is Xiaomi’s latest Smartphone addition to its vast Mi 10 series, but as part of the Make in…
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Windows 10 May Be Seeing Some Very Notable Changes, As Indicated By Microsoft Job Posting

Microsoft has recently put out a job posting, looking for a senior software engineer to help them capture the good old days of the user-Window experience. While that may not be the exact language used to communicate the posting, it isn’t really all too far either. The description, as noted by WL, asks for a…
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Intel’s Rocket Lake-S CPUs could debut in March with huge performance gains

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Snapdragon 480 8nm 5G processor is Qualcomm’s first 4-series 5G chips

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How to Get a System-Wide Color Picker Tool On Windows 10

A few months ago, we shared an article discussing the Chrome browser’s hidden Color Picker tool. The Color picker tool of Google Chrome web browser doesn’t work system-wide. It just works within the web browser. For graphic designers and photo editors, the color picker tool is the most important thing. Yes, you can rely on…
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50+ Roblox Decals IDs & Spray Paint Codes 2021 (Working)

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8 Ways to Fix “YouTube Comments Not Loading” (2021)

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Black screen after sleep in Windows 10 [STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE]

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Instagram Brings New, More Accessible Stories Format To Its Desktop Interface

Instagram is introducing a revamp UI to their desktop mode, enabling stories to be viewed and gone through in a much more convenient manner. Stories are arguably the most definitive trait of Instagram, even if they have been emulated (or, more accurately, ripped off) from Snapchat. Users interact with them more, they’ve taken over as…
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SOLVED: Windows 10 switches keyboard language on its own

If you work on an English version of Windows, but you get Korean as a working language, your input language is set to Korean by default, but sometimes Windows will change this setting automatically when you switch between apps, thus a different keyboard layout too. This affects all Windows versions regardless, and consequently, all apps…
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How To Fix Your Android Device When The Display Stops Responding – Mobility Arena – Mobile Phone, Smartphone, Cell Phone Reviews

Technology has come a long way, with smartphones now fully touchscreen with no buttons. As beautiful as this may be, it presents a unique problem when your device’s display stops responding. This is why we have brought you a number of fixes for your Android device when its display malfunctions.   With the advent of…
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What Does Extended Desktop Mean? – Technipages

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