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Day: January 11, 2021

3 steps for better data modeling with IT and data science

Business analysts need to be involved in the process to make it less stressful for everyone, and IT and data science need to make the tech more clear. Image: iStock/Nongkran_ch A good data model takes into account the context of the business process it must address, and then addresses that context with the types of…
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Top 5 tips for avoiding arguments online

Arguing online happens, but there are techniques you can use to prevent it. Tom Merritt offers five tips to avoid online arguments. Arguing online is a somewhat unfortunate national pastime. You just want to express a thought on the latest episode of The Mandalorian, and the next thing you know you’re in an all-caps fight…
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CES 2021: 11th Gen Intel vPro business platform debuts

At CES 2021, Intel introduced the 11th Gen Intel vPro platform, a business platform delivering high performance and comprehensive hardware-based security. This platform aims to deliver a better experience for anyone working anywhere. Intel found that productivity was 23% faster when using Office 365 [1] and 52% faster productivity during a conference, compared to a…
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Lenovo’s new ThinkPad X1 Titanium Yoga 5G is ridiculously thin and light

Source: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central What you need to know The ThinkPad X1 Titanium Yoga is a brand-new laptop from Lenovo for 2021. It’s made from titanium, magnesium, and carbon, weighing just 2.5lbs. It features Intel 11th Gen processors with optional 5G. Pricing starts at $,1899 and it goes on sale this month. Lenovo’s…
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Lenovo drops a detachable ThinkPad, a versatile 2-1 laptop, and more at CES 2021

The new offerings include the X1 Titanium Yoga, a 2-in-1 device the company is touting as its thinnest ThinkPad to date. Image: Lenovo On Monday, CES 2021 kicked off virtually due to the coronavirus pandemic. To cap off the opening festivities of the multiday event, Lenovo released a number of new laptop computers including the…
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Google Chrome to Introduce a Weekly Reminder for the Saved Web Pages

Google introduces new features every now and then to keep its application interesting and convenient to use for its user It recently introduced a feature called “Read It Later” now called “Reading List” which allows the users to save web pages and read them later. The Reading List is kind of a bookmark with a…
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Our 10 favorite CES 2021 Best of Innovation Honorees

A virus risk indicator, hydropower shower speaker, robot companion, and water bottle that glows when it’s time to drink are among the products that caught our attention. Image: CES The annual CES Innovation Awards competition not only named winners in the Best of Innovation category, but also those receiving honoree status for products that score above…
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Zoom: How to Add a Recording Timestamp – Technipages

Zoom is a key part of communication during the Covid-19 pandemic and the resulting lockdowns. It is used for both personal and work communications and allows users to communicate through text, voice, and video. One of the things that you may want to do during a video call at some point is to record the…
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Zoom: How to Use a Virtual Background – Technipages

Usually, when we go to a meeting, it’ll happen in some boring meeting room with tall windows and stale coffee – 2020 brought a lot of meetings back to people’s homes though. While the coffee is no doubt better, the views might not be – not everyone wants their living room or home office visible…
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Zoom: How to Change Your Default Local Recording Location – Technipages

Occasionally when in a Zoom call or meeting, you may want to record what’s happening. There are many reasons you could want to record a meeting, from saving a family lockdown moment to giving you a chance to check that your lecture notes are correct. Tip: One thing to bear in mind before recording anything,…
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How to Use Google Play Points on the Play Store – Technipages

The Google Play Store offers a vast library of applications and media for you to consume and enjoy on your smartphones and other connected devices. With so many different apps, movies, books, and more to download or purchase from the Play Store, wouldn’t it be nice if you could get some type of kickback? Well,…
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Zoom: How to Configure Your Push Notification Settings – Technipages

Push notifications are a great tool for busy people – they save you the time and effort of constantly refreshing and checking whatever messaging services you are using. The more you have, the more of a pain that would be – however, they aren’t always all that convenient. Being notified when you get a new message…
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Zoom: How to Mute the New Message Sound – Technipages

Message notifications are a helpful feature that informs you when you’ve received a message so that you can check it out and respond quickly if you want to. These notifications generally take the form of a pop-up notification bubble or alert with the message in it and an audible notification. Audio notifications are great if…
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How to Fix HBO Max Not Working on Roku – Technipages

HBO Max is now available on Roku. After waiting for so long, Roku users can now stream their favorite HBO movies and series on their devices. You can watch iconic TV shows such as The Big Bang Theory or Friends. Max Originals such as The Flight Attendant are also available. The bad news is that…
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Zoom: How to Enable Link Previews – Technipages

When in a conversation via Zoom, you may occasionally talk about articles, pages, or other content on the internet that you want to share with the other person or people you’re talking with. The best way to share this content with other people is to send them the link. Sharing a direct link makes sure…
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Top Microsoft events scheduled in 2021

Microsoft offers many educational opportunities for its products and services for IT pros. Here are the Microsoft events highlights of 2021. Image: rvolkan/Getty Images In January 2020, we followed tradition and presented a list of Microsoft events that IT pros might want to attend during the year. Of course, COVID-19 and the global pandemic eliminated…
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5 Types of Content That You Should Focus on In 2021

Over the years, digital marketing has evolved significantly. From the days of spamming the web with keyword stuffed content to rank on the SERPs (search engine result pages) to the age of micro-influencers, online marketing practices have changed in ways we couldn’t even imagine before. With that said, one thing hasn’t changed throughout the years,…
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MediaCom packet loss: What is it and how to fix it?

by Vlad Constantinescu VPN Expert & Privacy Advocate MediaCom is a communication company that also offers Internet services to its customers. As with any other ISPs, MediaCom customers may experience packet loss from time to time. Packet loss is a frequent issue that can be caused by a wide variety of factors. Using a VPN…
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CES 2021: Targus introduces new products for remote or hybrid work

A new UV-C LED disinfection light, an antimicrobial backpack, a tablet cradle workstation and a universal phone dock are among the work from anywhere solutions at CES 2021. The Targus UV-C LED Disinfection Light will sanitize a workstation. Image: Targus Targus is focusing on reimagining the workplace with a range of new products to bridge…
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WhatsApp’s Private Group Chats Temporarily Became Public Via Google’s Search Engine

WhatsApp’s recent mishap with indexing resulted in various private group chats and mobile numbers becoming available to the general public via the Google search. Consulting with Google on any matter of subjects and topics is almost a regular activity for most of the world. The site’s expansive nature, smooth running, and pulling out only the…
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OtterBox launches Xbox cloud gaming accessory range this February

While OtterBox is best known for its rugged phone cases, the company’s new Xbox partnership has taken to CES 2021, with a small gaming range headed to market this February. It honors its mobile heritage with a peripheral lineup tailored to cloud gaming, as Xbox Game Pass takes full-fledged Xbox One games to iOS and…
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CES 2021: HP aims to appeal to consumers and remote workers with wide range of devices

COVID-19 has changed the way people live and work this past year, so much so that HP research has shown people in the U.S., U.K. and Japan using their personal PCs an additional seven hours a week. Photography, writing stories/articles and live streaming emerged as the top three activities. HP has unveiled a lineup of…
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Learn to build the perfect website with 5 WordPress courses for just $30

Source: StackCommerce More than a third of all websites online today are built using WordPress — and for good reason. This platform can handle almost any site and it’s very easy to use. The Create Your Own Website with WordPress Master Class helps you get started, with five courses for just $29.99. Whether you want to create a…
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OpenAI’s New Creation DALL-E Creates Images Based on Any Description

Every so often OpenAI brings a new creation into the world that people tend to marvel at. The latest example of OpenAI’s creativity is DALL-E, which is basically an AI that uses the same protocols as GPT-3 except this time these protocols would be used to create any kind of an image based on a…
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Top cloud providers, multicloud management, and cloud data storage tips to empower enterprise

From selecting the right storage provider to a data storage policy, these four resources are designed to assist organizations with their critical cloud and multicloud decisions. The coronavirus pandemic has accelerated digital transformation efforts across industries. At the same time, organizations have adopted remote work policies to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in-house while enabling…
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Best of the best: Our 10 favorite CES 2021 Best of Innovation award winners

From a smart faucet to a robotic harvester to a medical-grade wearable device that can detect early COVID-19 symptoms, this year’s winners proved innovation remains resilient during a pandemic. This year’s CES may have had to shift to a completely remote format, but the innovations are alive and well. CES 2021 must-read coverage As part…
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It may soon be even more expensive to buy a GPU and build a PC

Source: Harish Jonnalagadda / Windows Central If you have plans to build your own PC for the New Year (don’t miss our guide on how to build your own PC in 2021 the right way if you’re looking for tips), you should plan to do so very soon. This is because of the Trump administration’s…
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Files, a modern file explorer, launches on the Microsoft Store

Files, a third-party file explorer, is now available through the Microsoft Store. The app aims to deliver a file explorer experience that’s more in line with modern devices and Windows 10. It features a tabbed layout, Fluent Design, and several features for everyday use. The app is available for free through the Microsoft Store. Yair…
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Realme V15 5G is the company’s first Smartphone in 2021 with Dimensity 800U

Realme V15 5G announced as the company’s first Smartphone in 2021 with a 6.5-inch Full HD+ Samsung Super AMOLED screen, 64-megapixels triple camera, and Dimensity 800U chipset. The Realme V15 5G is the latest mid-range 5G smartphone in China and comes in three paint job, Koi, Blue, and Silver color options. It arrives with an…
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CES 2021: All of the business tech news you need to know

Don’t miss TechRepublic’s CES 2021 coverage, which includes product announcements from Lenovo, Samsung, LG, and Dell about PCs, laptops, software, robots, monitors, and TVs. Image: Sarah Tew/CNET Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, CES 2021 is all-digital for the first time ever. The event runs from Monday, January 11 to Thursday, January 14. CES has always…
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Star Wars games now branded under Lucasfilm Games, beginning a “new era”

It’s been eight years since Disney effectively shut down Lucasarts, and since then development on Star Wars games has been helmed by EA. Lucasfilm has now announced that all Star Wars games will be brought under one banner: Lucasfilm Games. Though it doesn’t appear to be its own development studio — EA still has the…
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Microsoft finally takes Xbox Store localization more seriously

One of the biggest pain points of the Xbox effort in recent years has fallen almost entirely on localization. We don’t see those problems in the UK or U.S. so much, but in countries where English isn’t the default language, Xbox can feel a bit foreign. We’ve written extensively in the past about issues with…
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NETGEAR Nighthawk RAXE500 router hits speeds up to 10.8 Gbps

NETGEAR announced the Nighthawk RAXE500 Tri-band WiFi router today as part of CES 2021. The router supports the 6Ghz band and Wi-Fi 6E, which helps it deliver wireless speeds with less interference. The router can reach wireless speeds of up to 10.8 Gbps and has an Ethernet port 2.5G for those that prefer a wired…
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Your roaming profile was not completely synchronized [Fixed]

How do I fix a roaming profile problem? 1. Install the latest updates Press Windows Key + I to open the Settings app. Navigate to the Update & Security section and click the Check for updates button. Once the latest updates are installed, There was a problem with your roaming profile error on Windows 10…
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Bose QuietComfort Earbuds vs Jabra Elite 75t: Top 5 Differences

If you are passionate about true wireless earphones, you must have heard about the Bose SoundSport Free Earphones. Many didn’t like these earphones for their size and Bluetooth connectivity. Now, Bose is ready with a new pair of truly wireless earphones. Aptly named QuietComfort Earbuds, these earbuds not only promise to deliver excellent audio but…
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LG’s 2021 TVs get Stadia and GeForce Now, next-gen OLED tech

LG debuted the first OLED TV back in 2013, and introduced an OLED panel with 4K HDR back in 2015. The South Korean manufacturer is now introducing its OLED Evo range, with the tech offering better brightness and more realism. While OLED TVs offer significantly better contrast levels than their LCD counterparts, they don’t get…
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Download & Install Google Camera 8.1 (GCam Mod Apk) On Android

If you use your smartphone for photography, you might know the importance of a good camera app. The stock camera app of the smartphone is often useless as it lacks the complete manual mode. It’s always best to use a camera app that provides you with manual controls for mobile photography. If we talk about…
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OWC announces new drive and docks for CES 2021

OWC has announced a range of new products for Mac and PC users at CES 2021. Envoy Pro FX First is the Envoy Pro FX, a new waterproof and ultra-rugged SSD with speeds of up to 2800MB/s. From OWC: By supporting the max performance capability of any interface up to 2800MB/s and built like a…
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Infinix Note 8 Vs Infinix Note 7: Two Infinix Mid-Rangers Go Toe-To-Toe  – Mobility Arena – Mobile Phone, Smartphone, Cell Phone Reviews

We kick off the week with an interesting mid-range rivalry between two siblings, as we pit the new against the old in this Infinix Note 8 vs Infinix Note 7 comparison. Both mid-range devices offer a number of interesting features for observers to chew on, and today, we will take our time to put both…
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How AI is improving operational efficiencies across oil and gas, healthcare, and more

Arificial intelligence is being used in many industries today, and it’s only expanding. Here are some use cases to explain the challenges and benefits of AI adoption. IMAGE: iStock/MaksimTkachenko Artificial intelligence (AI) is serving companies across a broad array of industries. It’s not about replacing human workers with machine counterparts but rather helping businesses operate…
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How to replace Google Cloud Print for your LAN-based mobile device printing needs

Google Cloud Print is no more. Jack Wallen is here to introduce you to PaperCut Mobility Print to take the place of Google’s deprecated service. Image: iStockphoto/Asawin_Klabma Google Cloud Print is gone. If you’re a Chromebook user without a network-ready printer, you’ve been left in the dark as to how you can get that mobile…
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Introducing Surface Pro 7+ for Business: Purpose-built to empower people, teams and classrooms in the new digital age

When we first introduced Surface Pro, we wanted to challenge the concept that people should not have to choose between the portability and convenience of a tablet and the power and productivity of a traditional laptop. In the last seven years, Surface Pro has become known for its versatility, power and performance, brilliant touch screen,…
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Surface Studio receives firmware update to address hibernation issue

Source: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central The original Surface Studio has a new firmware update available. The update addresses a bugcheck that occurs when devices resume from hibernation and also improves system stability. As is the case with normal firmware updates, it doesn’t include any new features. The Surface Studio originally launched in 2016. Featuring…
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How Two-Factor Authentication Works – Ask Leo!

You Should Use It to Keep Hackers Out Two-factor authentication is a great way to keep your accounts secure from hackers — even those who manage to get your password. We rely on passwords to protect our online security. At the same time, hackers seem to be getting better at figuring them out! In response,…
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FIX: NordVPN background process not running (6 solutions)

Right-click the Windows 10 Start button and select Apps and Features Find and select NordVPN in the Apps & features list Click Uninstall and then again to confirm Follow the on-screen instructions to remove NordVPN from your PC Download the latest NordVPN app for Windows 10 Install the tool and log in with your premium…
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Top 11 Fixes for Wi-Fi Calling Not Working on Android

Wi-Fi calling is a convenient feature that lets you make your cellular calls over Wi-Fi. It comes in handy when you have access to a Wi-Fi network and enjoy your voice calls with better clarity. The normal voice calls automatically route through your Wi-Fi network. Unfortunately, Wi-Fi calling doesn’t work for many Android users, especially…
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CES 2021 Online Innovation Awards Disclose Their Top Mobile App Honorees

CES 2021 awards will get the ball rolling from January 11th till January 14th, produced and acknowledged by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) and known for being the world’s most influential technology event that brings out the most sophisticated and innovative products and upcoming technology and trends to change lives for better. Where the world’s…
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Worldwide PC shipments end 2020 with biggest surge in 10 years

The shift toward remote working and remote learning helped the PC industry capture its largest growth in shipments since 2010. Image: asiandelight, Getty Images/iStockphoto The computer industry closed out 2020 with its greatest gain in a decade, according to preliminary estimates released Monday by research firms IDC and Canalys. SEE: 3 ways to help your team…
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Panasonic puts digital transformation tech center stage at CES 2021

Behind the new products and innovations Panasonic showcased at CES 2021 is a digital transformation story of how the company helped its customers quickly adapt to the COVID pandemic. During CES 2021, Panasonic announced a variety of new products and innovations in entertainment, mobility and automotive, sustainability, wellness, lifestyle, and food retail. The Panasonic CES…
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The newest Xbox controller is Pulse Red and it’s coming on February 9

Microsoft unveiled the new Pulse Red Xbox wireless controller today, featuring all of the new improvements and adjustments included with the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S controller, which is currently available in three colors: Carbon Black, Robot White, and Shock Blue. This revision is among the best Xbox controllers currently available, with dynamic…
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How to Archive, Delete, and Restore Microsoft Teams Account

Microsoft Teams is great for team collaboration as it allows you to create and join multiple teams and organizations. Quite often, you’d want to test a few things and features before you announcing it to the rest of the team or the organization to use it. And after a while, you don’t want to use…
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Developers: These botched software rollouts are costing businesses billions

Turns out we’re not very good at balancing speed and quality – so says a report from the Consortium for Information and Software Security. As businesses speed-up their digitization plans, quality control is falling by the wayside, according to CISQ. Image: comzeal, Getty Images/iStockPhoto Software developers found themselves working very hard throughout 2020 as many…
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Tech jobs end the year strong

CompTIA’s analysis finds solid growth in December with a note of caution about an uneven recovery in 2021. Image: CompTIA 2020 ended on a high note for the US tech sector as tech companies added more than 22,000 workers and tech occupations throughout the economy grew by 391,000 positions, according to an analysis by CompTIA.…
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Chrome Download Failed: Insufficient Permissions – Technipages

There are moments when Chrome users are unable to download anything due to insufficient permission errors. In this guide, we’ll explore why that error occurs in the first place and how you can fix it. Fix Chrome Error: Cannot save Due to Insufficient Permissions Download the File Differently When this error pops up, cancel the…
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Why Does Windows 10 Crash so Much? – Technipages

Posted on January 11, 2021 by Madalina Dinita Leave a Comment Are there any Windows 1o users out there who have never experienced system crashes? We really doubt that. The notorious Blue Screen of Death and other system errors are pretty much part of Windows 10 users’ lives. That’s why many users are wondering what…
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5 best VPNs to trade cryptocurrency on Coinbase securely

by Vlad Constantinescu VPN Expert & Privacy Advocate Coinbase is a popular platform where you can trade popular cryptocurrency safely. VPNs can increase your security and keep your privacy safe when using Coinbase. Aside from boosting your security and privacy, VPNs can also unblock geo-restricted services. You can easily use a trustworthy VPN if Coinbase…
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This is Surface Pro 7+ for Business with LTE, a removable SSD, and more

Source: Microsoft What you need to know Surface Pro 7+ is for enterprise and education markets. Surface Pro 7+ features 4G LTE options, 32GB of RAM, removable SSD, and Intel 11th Gen processors. Shipping starts later this week. We could see Surface Pro 8 for consumers later this fall. A lot has changed in the…
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Review: Lenovo’s Legion 7i 15 gaming laptop competes with the big boys

Source: Windows Central Lenovo’s reimagining of the Legion Y540 and Y740 gaming laptops mid-2020 wasn’t a huge move from the established design. Considering how much I loved the look and layout of the old Y540 and Y740, this was a good thing. I got my hands first on the new Legion 5i 15, a mid-range…
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Digital transformation training boosts productivity and efficiency for DevOps and IT infrastructure teams

A new report from IDC and Red Hat found a 365% three-year ROI for organizations that invested in training and continuous study of tech. Image: iStock/fizkes If a company wants its new digital transformation tools to operate at peak capacity, its employees must be well versed in how those tools work for maximum efficiency. Make…
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Top 8 Fixes for Call History Not Showing on iPhone

Your iPhone keeps a log of incoming, outgoing, and missed calls as Call History. And if you’ve noticed carefully, they appear on the Recent tab at the bottom when you open the Phone app. Unfortunately, the Recents tab appears blank for some iPhone users. If the call history isn’t showing on your iPhone, then you…
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TP-Link’s Archer AX11000 router can handle speeds up to 10 Gbps

TP-Link announced several new Archer routers, including the AX11000 Tri-Band WiFi 6E Router with 10G Ports (Archer AX206) that supports Wi-Fi speeds of up to 10 Gbps. Alongside that speedy AX11000, TP-LInk announced the AX7800 Tri-Band WiFi 6E Router (Archer AX X96) that supports Wi-Fi 6E. TP-Link hasn’t shared pricing or availability details for the…
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The Deco Voice X20 supports mesh Wi-Fi 6 and is an Alexa smart speaker

TP-Link announced the Deco Voice X20 at CES 2021. The device combines a mesh Wi-Fi system with a smart speaker and works with Amazon Alexa. The Deco Voice X20 supports Wi-Fi 6 and has two Gigabit WAN/LAN Ethernet ports as well. Alongside the Deco Voice X20, TP-Link announced several other Deco routers. TP-Link has not…
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Google Chrome’s Kaleidoscope Declared Dead After Being In Trial Phase For A Long Time

Google Chrome was all set to launch ‘Kaleidoscope’, a unified one-stop hub, with options like Disney+, Netflix, and Amazon Prime Video, etc. all in one dashboard. But if it develops further, we can see HBO Max, Hulu, and even YouTube can be seen on it. According to reports Chrome’s ‘kaleidoscope’ feature has been actually in…
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Microsoft’s Power BI and DirectQuery: Making data analysis and visualisation easier

Mixing datasets to generate complex insights can help even the smallest organisation maximise business value from its data. Mixing datasets to generate complex insights can help organisations get the most business value from data. Getty Images/iStockphoto Microsoft’s Power BI analysis tool might not get the publicity of the rest of the Power Platform, but as the company continues…
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Hulu Announces Discounted $1.99 per Month Ad-Supported Student Plan

Hulu Budget-conscious students rejoice! Hulu is launching a new ad-supported plan for students that’ll only cost $1.99 per month instead of the normal $5.99 per month. With the plan, eligible students over 18 will get access to Hulu’s full on-demand library of streaming content. Students will need an active enrollment status and to verify it…
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Dynabook’s new Satellite Pro series laptops are built for business

Dynabook announced three new Satellite Pro laptops at CES 2020. Dynabook has not revealed a release timeframe at this time, but the lineup, which includes the 14-inch Satellite Pro C40, 15.6-inch Satellite Pro C50, and 15.6-inch Satellite Pro L50 starts at $500. The Satellite Pro L50 is the priciest of the bunch, with configurations starting…
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Fossil fuels interest at CES 2021 with new smartwatch additions to three product lines

New Wear OS by Google smartwatches from Michael Kors, Skagen Denmark, and Fossil offer an array of new features. Image: Fossil Even those with a grudging interest in fashion may want to take time to check out the new additions to the smartwatches produced by the Fossil Group, which were rolled out Monday at CES…
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TP-Link Just Announced a New 2K Video Doorbell and Other Smart Home Gadgets

TP-Link In the market for a new doorbell? You’re in luck. TP-Link just announced a brand new smart doorbell and a handful of other gadgets to further flesh out its impressive line of smart home devices. The Kasa Smart Doorbell records 1080p video, can save locally or to the cloud, and is able to discern…
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Arcade1Up Announces Its Best Retro Arcade Lineup Ever

Arcade1Up It’s hard to break through the wave of CES announcements right now, but Arcade1Up did exactly that today. In its latest wave of replica arcade machines, the company unveiled cabinets with Dragon’s Lair, Killer Instinct, Battletoads, and the X-Men 4 Player Arcade Game featuring new machine designs. Shut up and take our quarters. Arcade1Up Before we get to the…
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LG Display to launch first 42-inch OLED panel in 2021 TV lineup

With LG on track to detail its 2021 products at this year’s all-digital CES, LG Display has expanded its OLED panel lineup ahead of time, including various new options on the roadmap. The Korean manufacturer has detailed plans to rapidly expand its OLED offerings throughout the coming calendar year, including its first 42-inch and 83-inch…
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Twinkly’s Latest NanoLeaf-Like Smart Lights Move Beyond Christmas

Ledworks If you visited any Christmas section at a local big box store, there’s a decent chance you saw Twinkly lights in action. Twinkly lights aren’t just your common Christmas LEDs, they’re smart, controllable by apps, and even synchronize with music. But with the new Twinkly Home range, the company is stepping out of Christmas…
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Look, Don’t Touch: Alarm.com Debuts the First Touchless Video Doorbell

Alarm.com Delivery drivers touch our doorbells every day, but we rarely (if ever) take the time to clean the buggers. And while CDC guidelines state that COVID-19 spread through contaminated surfaces is “uncommon,” picking up the virus from a doorbell is within the realm of possibility. Alarm.com aims to remedy the problem with its Touchless…
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Dell announces 5K2K curved monitor, the UltraSharp 40, at CES 2021

Dell announced a 40-inch ultrawide curved monitor as part of CES 2021, the Dell UltraSharp 40 Curved WUHD Monitor. According to Dell, it’s the world’s first 40-inch ultrawide curved WUHD (5K2K) monitor. The UltraSharp 40 won the CES 2021 Innovation Award and will be available on January 28 with a starting price of $2,100. The…
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FIX: Nintendo eShop not available in your country

Using your Nintendo Switch, go to the Settings area Select System > Select Region Set your region to The Americas Open Nintendo eShop When asked to enter a region, set United States Go to Location Settings and click Change Set a ZIP code from the US (e.g. 10026) If you’re a US resident who’s currently…
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How to Embed Facebook Albums in WordPress

Do you want to embed Facebook albums into your WordPress website? Embedding Facebook albums is a great way to boost social engagement on both your WordPress website and your Facebook page. In this article, we’ll show you how to easily embed Facebook albums in WordPress, step by step. Embedding a Facebook Album in WordPress WordPress…
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Alexa Updated with A “Tell Me When” Feature Which People Find Really Cool

Alexa may just be a device introduced by Amazon, however sometimes it can be considered as a friend or your mom because of the feature it includes and all the work it does for you, like setting reminders and hitting you up with the best beats to dance around. While these features may be old…
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How to Keep the Calculator Always-on-Top on Windows 10

The Calculator is one of the few apps that has been included in every single version of Windows. Obviously, it’s changed a lot over the years. In Windows 10, the Calculator has the handy ability to stay on top. You may not think about the Windows Calculator app often, but it’s actually really nice. It…
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10 Best Whatsapp Alternatives that Actually Respect Your Privacy

If you have been reading tech news for a while, you might know that recently WhatsApp updates its terms and privacy policy. According to the revised policy, WhatsApp now demands to share your data with Facebook and other third-party services. If you are not happy with the changes, then it’s best to start using WhatsApp…
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HyperX shows off Xbox Series X|S controller charging dock

CES 2021 brings new peripherals from HyperX, including a new Xbox charging station from the gaming-geared manufacturer, designed with considerations for Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S. It’s among the first wave of accessories targeting Microsoft’s latest console generation, compatible with the newest Xbox controller, as well as previous Xbox One variants. The HyperX…
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HyperX shrinks down its Alloy Origins mechanical keyboard to save space

It was only a matter of time before HyperX followed other peripheral vendors to launch a 60 percent mechanical keyboard and for CES 2021 we have the new Alloy Origins 60. The new Alloy Origins 60 is pretty much the same as the Alloy Origins, but more compact with the number pad removed and keys…
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TCL Debuts Its Alto R1 Smart Soundbar and a Line of XL Roku TVs

TCL’s Alto R1 soundbar connects to Roku TVs wirelessly and doesn’t require an extra remote. TCL TCL is teaming up with Roku to streamline your home theater setup. The company is launching a new Alto smart soundbar that connects to Roku TVs wirelessly, enabling you to enjoy premium audio without an extra remote or messy…
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[Fixed] Nvidia in-game overlay not working / won’t turn on

If you are also troubled by this error, here are a few troubleshooting steps to help you resolve the Nvidia in-game overlay not working issue on Windows 10. How do I fix my Nvidia game overlay not working problem? 1. Update GPU driver with DriverFix If the Nvidia GeForce Experience in-game overlay is not working,…
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How to Add Percentages Using Excel

Do you want to add percentages in Excel? There are a few ways to do this. In one sense, you could be talking about adding percentage values. Or, you could be looking for a way to add a 15% increase to a value. We’ll take a look at both. How to Add Percentages Together You…
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TCL’s New 20 Series Phones Marry Beauty to Affordability

TCL During today’s virtual CES event, TCL announced it’s adding two smartphones and two tablets to its affordable mobile lineup. The 20 Series smartphones both offer an upgrade to last year’s 10 series, pairing outstanding performance with visual-enhancing technology, while the NXTPAPER and TAB 10S tablets both take a stand as powerful, feature-rich resources aimed…
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Download Windows 7 Ultimate ISO File Full Free (32-64 Bit 2021)

In Short Hacks: Windows 7 ISO Free Download Version 32 Bit or 64 Bit,  Here we are discussing methods of windows 7 ultimate downloading. The first method is to windows upgrade free and the Second one is to Create Windows 7 ISO installation disc for older Windows Version and to install it on any PC.…
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Everything Coming to Netflix the Week of Jan. 11, 2021

Peacock Kids/YouTube Robin Williams’ Peter Pan retelling, Hook, is coming to Netflix this week. Isn’t that all you need to know? Okay, probably not, and there are quite a few outstanding debuts hitting the streaming platform this week. From a new season of The Magicians to a gripping documentary about the crack epidemic, there’s something for everyone. Here’s…
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How to Stop Low Cardio Fitness Notifications on Apple Watch

The Apple Watch can now track and measure your cardio fitness. It can also send you a notification every few months letting you know if your cardio fitness is low for your demographic. While you have to enable the notifications, if you did so by mistake or just want to turn them off, here’s how.…
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10 Best Prank Android Apps for Trolling your Friends

Smartphones were indeed a great device to communicate, study, and perform daily tasks. But, we all need to have some fun too. If we talk mainly about the Android devices, you can install video apps to have unlimited hours of entertainment. Similarly, you can install prank apps to mess with your friends. As of now,…
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Instagram’s New Upgrade Tells Users If Someone’s Using A Filter On Their Photos

Instagram has quietly rolled out a small tweak to their picture display, as reported by Matt Navarra. If a photo has any sort of filter applied to it, the app will inform its users via a small textbox saying “made with effects”. Well, what more can be said about this new feature? It’s rather self…
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FIX: The service to detect this status is disabled

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. If the necessary services are stopped,…
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Whatsapp Vs Telegram Vs Signal: Should You Switch From WhatsApp In 2021? – Mobility Arena – Mobile Phone, Smartphone, Cell Phone Reviews

In this Whatsapp vs Telegram vs Signal comparison, we dig into the details, in simple terms, to show you the differences between the three apps, as well as answer the question of whether or not you should switch from WhatsApp, based on the new January 2021 terms and conditions. At the core of the January…
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Were Twitter and Facebook involved in the attack on the US Capitol?

As Facebook and Twitter have offered a place for Trump and his supporters to gather, these platforms were equally blamed for the attack on the US Capitol. A huge number of protestors against Trump gathered in the US Capitol on Wednesday protesting for the attack that resulted. Reports informed about the escalation of oppression until…
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The Trickbot Botnet is Dead – Or Is It?

Shutterstock/WhataWin In the run-up to the 2020 US election, Microsoft launched an offensive against a prolific botnet called Trickbot. Did they manage to kill the threat? We explain how it panned out. Bots and Botnets A bot is a computer that has been compromised and infected with malware. The malware performs some action to the benefit of the…
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Play Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone on Windows 10

Still wondering whether you can play Harry Potter and Sorcerers’ Stone on Windows 10 PC? Yes, it is possible. You can play many old games on Windows 10 using third-party tools like GoG. In this article, we explore a few workarounds to play this popular Harry Potter game on your Windows 10 PC. How do…
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How to fix Wi-Fi range issues on Windows 10

The built-in library that DriverFix has will ensure that all the downloaded and installed drivers are the last version available. Moreover, DriverFix comes with other useful features, such as a download manager and drive backup. DriverFix Update your drivers promptly and fix any Wi-Fi issues with this powerful and reliable tool. Get it now! Updating…
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5 best password recovery tools for Microsoft Word

by Tashreef Shareef Windows & Software Expert Protecting your documents with a password is a good solution to secure them from unwanted access. In this guide, you can discover the best tools if you forgot the password for an important document. If you have issues with your documents, you can find the best solutions in…
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6 Simple Steps for Developing Your UX Design Process

When a user uses your product then the value that you give to him is known as user experience. Suppose a user interacts with an item then the pleasure, accessibility and usability of the item can be improved by boosting user satisfaction with the item. This comes under user experience design. A team or a…
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5 Best Features of Signal Private Messenger You Should Know

Indeed, Signal doesn’t have a comparable user-base when put against WhatsApp, Telegram, but it does bring some useful features. Also, compared to WhatsApp and Telegram, Signal is more secure, and privacy focussed. For a detailed comparison between WhatsApp, Signal & Telegram, check out the article – . Recently, WhatsApp updated its privacy policy, and users…
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Top 10 Best Survey Bypass & Remover Tools/Extensions 2021 (Free)

Are you looking for Best Survey Remover Tools? Well, If yes, Then you have landed in the right article. Its been very hectic when you want to download a file that is most important and suddenly you redirect to Survey. and Yes! if you don’t complete them, then probably you will not get the download…
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Disable Adobe Acrotray.exe from Startup [Safe guide]

AcroTray is an Adobe Acrobat extension that is used to convert PDF files to different formats. However, this utility can be annoying as it can make your PC slow, consume system resources and most of the time running for no reason. In this article, we show you a few ways to disable Adobe acrotray.exe from…
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