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Day: January 13, 2021

CES 2021: ASUS adds a Wi-Fi 6 router to its array of new products

ASUS reports easy installation, faster Wi-Fi and better security against cybersecurity hackers with the new proprietary Instant Guard security app. Images: ASUS At CES 2021, ASUS just announced an expansion in its router product line by introducing the RT-AX68U, a Wi-Fi 6 router, which supports the company’s new Instant Guard security app, also included with…
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This Surface Duo custom car mount from ProClip is awesome

When it comes to car holders for smartphones and tablets, ProClip has earned the reputation for being the cream of the crop. With custom mounts for just about every vehicle, users can buy custom holders for their phones (or tablets). This ability lets people upgrade their phones while keeping the car mount the same. Microsoft’s…
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Why insufficient documentation can create problems for developers

Once again, Jack Wallen makes his case for documentation to keep up with the fast-as-light speed of developers. Image: iStock/Deagreez I want to preface this by asking you, dear reader, to not take this as seriously as it sounds. It was born of a place of frustration, while coming from a place of respect and…
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CDPR co-founder is ‘deeply sorry’ for Cyberpunk 2077 console launch

It’s safe to say that Cyberpunk 2077 having a rocky launch is an understatement, with CD Projekt Red issuing refunds and the game pulled from the PlayStation Store after it was found to have numerous bugs, glitches and performance problems, especially on lower-end consoles. CD Projekt Red co-founder Marcin Iwinski has given a statement on…
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Low-blue light tech takes center stage at CES 2021

Due to COVID-19, many professionals and students are operating remotely. To mitigate the potential impacts of increased screen time, companies are investing in low-blue light tech. Image: iStock/TeroVesalainen In recent months, organizations around the globe have transitioned to remote work due to the coronavirus pandemic. At the same time, many students and teachers are also…
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YouTube’s Introducing Entire Webpages Dedicated To Hashtags

Hashtags on YouTube are getting dedicated landing pages showcasing exclusive content curated for the viewing pleasure of users across the platform. Hashtags have come far from denoting numbers on an old dial up phone or keyboard. They have, through a lot of prompting from sites such as Twitter, become part of the generational language as…
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Volvo Penta launches Fully Integrated Assisted Docking System at CES 2021

The automation technology is another step toward self-docking and easy boating and gives a captain more control. Image: Volvo Penta Volvo Penta has unveiled what it calls the boating industry’s first fully integrated Assisted Docking system at CES 2021. Docking can be one of the most stressful and challenging aspects of boating–even for experienced captains,…
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CES 2021: Gadgets business pros can’t live without

Many new gadgets were announced at CES 2021, but which ones are the best for business users? Image: Sarah Tew/CNET CES 2021 must-read coverage CES 2021 is in full swing with an array of gadgets being displayed featuring some of the most innovative technology on the market. Companies have unveiled groundbreaking holograms, interactive home management…
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Facebook Explains Itself In The Face Of Hurled Accusations Regarding The Company’s Role In The Capitol Invasion

Sheryl Sandberg has recently stood up to discuss Facebook’s share of the blame for the US Capitol revolt, defending its stance towards what is perhaps the most horrendously baffling series of events the USA has ever seen. The invasion (a fitting, if not strong, term for the maniacal antics displayed) of the USA’s Capitol building…
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Turtle Beach announces it’s acquiring Neat Microphones

Source: Richard Devine | Windows Central Headsets, and gaming headsets in particular, is a tough business to survive in, and few companies do it as well as Turtle Beach. The company consistently puts out high-quality and well-rounded headsets for PC and consoles like the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, but now it seems…
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5 programming languages application solutions developers should learn

These programming languages will help application solutions developers provide clients of all sizes the support they need when building solutions. Image: iStock/scyther5 Must-read developer content You may be thinking, why focus on software developers since it is essentially the same as application solutions developer (ASD)? If you belong to this camp, you aren’t necessarily wrong,…
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Top gaming computers released at CES 2021

This week, a number of brands have unveiled gaming computers at CES 2021. Here are some of the coolest gaming computers we’ve seen so far. Image: Razer Due to the coronavirus pandemic, many tech conferences have been held virtually and CES 2021 is no exception. This year, the multi-day event has featured a wide range…
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New Windows devices at CES elevate modern work and gaming, showcase tech for good

Coming off a year that brought everyone’s priorities into focus, the all-digital CES 2021 was a powerful reflection of the importance of devices in peoples’ daily lives. The digital conference gathered global brands online to share ideas and introduce products that will define the future of the tech industry. This week, we’ve seen innovative PCs,…
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Computer and IT is the No. 1 field for remote work careers

The job platform site FlexJobs 8th annual “Top 100 Companies to Watch for Remote Jobs” list includes 32 tech companies, too. Image: iStock/jacoblund Certainly, 2020 was the year of COVID-19, which spread devastation throughout the world, and one of its numerous impacts was a swift and dramatic upheaval of the enterprise. In an effort to…
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Linux: Not all users are developers

Jack Wallen takes on a stereotype of Linux users that does more harm than you might think. Image: Jack Wallen “Not all Linux users are developers.” It’s a statement I’ve been having to make quite a lot lately. This comes from prospective clients, who find out I’ve been using and writing about Linux since the…
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CES 2021: Latest lineup from ASUS includes ROG Flow X13 and ZenBook Pro Duo with ScreenPad Plus

At CES 2021, ASUS announced its latest lineup of laptops, displays and entertainment solutions at its “Be Ahead” virtual launch event. Among the Windows 10 devices unveiled: The ROG Flow X13, the first 2-in-1 convertible ROG gaming laptop, and the ROG XG Mobile, an ultraportable external GPU that augments the Flow X13’s gaming performance and connectivity. The Flow X13 arrives in an ultraslim 13-inch body with up to an 8-core AMD…
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Learn how to sell almost anything with this $30 master class bundle

To run a successful business, you have to know how to sell. The Ultimate Sales Master Class Bundle helps you convert more leads, with 17 hours of expert tips. You can get the training today for just $29.99. No matter what you are offering, a good sales pitch can be the difference between profit and failure. This bundle…
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Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 21292

Hello Windows Insiders, today we are releasing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 21292 (RS_PRERELEASE) to Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel. This build is being offered to ALL Insiders in the Dev Channel. All Insiders in the Dev Channel will now receive the same build going forward. What’s new in Build 21292 Improvements to news…
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ASUS Zen AiO gets refreshed with AMD Ryzen 5 and 7 mobile CPUs

ASUS made quite the stunning all-in-one PC called the Zen AiO 24. It’s a 24-inch PC with everything contained within that frees up the rest of your desk space for a keyboard, mouse, and more. For CES 2021, ASUS has refreshed the Zen AiO 24 with the latest AMD Ryzen mobile processors. As well as…
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A Guide to WhatsApp “Click and Chat” – A Feature Allowing you to Chat with Unsaved Contacts

WhatsApp is one of the worlds most renowned instant messaging applications and just like every other platform it keeps on adding new features to keep the public attention active. Three years ago WhatsApp introduced a feature called “Click to Chat”, which however did not go very popular among the public for some reasons. The feature…
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7 unique laptops from CES 2021 that are perfect for professionals

Looking for a laptop upgrade in 2021? These newly revealed models each have something to offer. Image: Lenovo/NECPC CES 2021 must-read coverage CES 2021 is here, and startups and big tech companies alike are turning to the internet to showcase their latest products in lieu of an in-person event. Tons of tech products are scheduled…
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CES 2021: 5 Chromebooks that are ideal for business users

From enterprise-tailored models to LTE-connected work-anywhere devices, these Chromebooks are some of the most business-focused from this year’s CES. Image: Acer CES 2021 must-read coverage CES 2021 may be taking a slightly different form this year thanks to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, but that’s not stopping some of the biggest tech companies in the world…
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Google Releases Report on Early 2020 Hack Impacting Its Services

Google has just released a report released in six blog posts that provides the details of a massive hack that occurred early on in 2020. This hack involved the exploitation of vulnerabilities in Google Chrome and they ended up impacting Chrome users on Windows as well as on Android devices. The attacks were carried out…
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LinkedIn names the 15 hottest job categories for 2021

An analysis by LinkedIn highlights 15 job categories that will be a good bet in the coming year, based on demand and growth. Image: iStock/monkeybusinessimages According to analysis of their millions of job postings, LinkedIn’s data scientists have identified 15 job categories it believes will provide ample employment opportunities for people looking for work in…
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5 Best Online PDF Converters of 2021 (Sponsored)

Whether you are a student, in business, or working as a professional, PDFs become a crucial part of your life. PDFs are considered professional documents and are secure than other document types out there. PDFs have become an important part of life nowadays and are being used in almost every field. When you ought to…
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You can now demo Little Nightmares II on Xbox before release

In Little Nightmares II, you play as Mono, a young boy attempting to unravel the dark and horrible secrets of the world around him. You’re joined by Six, the yellow raincoat-wearing girl that starred in the first Little Nightmares, who will help guide you through this grim and foreboding world. Little Nightmares II looks like…
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Google exposes malicious exploits targeting Windows and Android users

Now patched, the exploits took advantage of bugs in Windows, Chrome, and older versions of Android though watering hole attacks, says Google. Image: iStock/weerapatkiatdumrong Google’s Project Zero is an initiative aimed at uncovering zero-day vulnerabilities and other bugs that could be exploited to infect systems and devices with malware. Now the group has revealed a…
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Microsoft president begs tech industry to improve its ethics

Speaking at Microsoft’s first CES keynote in 10 years, President Brad Smith said that national security is threatened by the industry’s inability to learn lessons from the past. Microsoft President Brad Smith said that industry leaders need to make sure that new technology, especially artificial intelligence, works for the good of humanity, not for evil…
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New Intel CEO says his return to the company is coming back ‘home’

Source: Daniel Rubino/Windows Central Intel announced that Pat Gelsinger will replace Bob Swan as the company’s CEO. Gelsinger will also join the Intel board of directors when he takes over as CEO. Gelsinger has been in the technology industry for 40 years, including serving as the CEO of VMware since 2012 and working at Intel…
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How to investigate Microsoft Edge’s memory usage on Windows

Performance is essential to your success, which makes it core to ours. To help ensure the browser doesn’t slow you down, we always keep performance in mind as we continue to improve Microsoft Edge. However, for the times that your browser isn’t running as expected, we want to help you understand how Microsoft Edge is…
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OnePlus Band: Is It Compatible with iOS

OnePlus has launched its first fitness tracker band and it is on sale in India on Amazon, Flipkart, and the official OnePlus website. If you are an iOS user and are planning to buy any fitness band then you can buy the OnePlus Band. As OnePlus band is compatible with iOS and Android devices.  Is…
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Study: Who will be hired in 2021?

New research from a career website highlights the importance of “human” traits, like likeability and trust, for job seekers to convey. Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto In this surreal COVID-19 world we are currently living in, it’s a trying time for job seekers, to say the least. What’s more, the recruitment side of hiring has increasingly been…
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Common TECNO Spark 4 Problems And How To Fix Them – Mobility Arena – Mobile Phone, Smartphone, Cell Phone Reviews

Info & Guides » Common TECNO Spark 4 Problems and How to Fix Them The TECNO Spark 4 launched in 2019, August to be precise, going on to become one of TECNO’s more common entry-level offerings. Its MediaTek chipset offered reliable user experience and a sustained performance, quickly making it a fan favourite. However, a…
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How to Make Signal Your Default Messaging App for Android

Signal Private Messenger is definitely the best choice for text messaging if security & privacy are your most important priorities. Users have already started to use Signal, and it’s popularity reached sky-high, especially after Elon Musk’s tweet. Use Signal — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) January 7, 2021 Signal Private messenger is still growing in popularity and…
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EA, Star Wars breakup proves Lucasfilm is finally serious about gaming

Source: EA Lucasfilm dropped a bomb this morning when it announced it had partnered with Ubisoft Massive to create a story-driven, open-world Star Wars game. This news comes just days after the company unveiled its new Lucasfilm Games branding for all of its games going forward. This would mark the end of a near-decade-long exclusivity…
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Rust is exploding in popularity, and just had one of its biggest weeks ever

Source: Facepunch Studios More people are playing video games now than ever before, and we’ve seen a fair share of wild success stories because of this and Twitch streamers. Among Us was one of the first games to shatter expectations and still sees a ton of popularity. Now, intense online PvP survival game Rust is…
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Skype tries to ride the wave of WhatsApp hate, but it didn’t work

The Skype Twitter account recently tried to ride the wave of WhatsApp hate. WhatsApp came under fire after the service changed its privacy policies. With many people on the hunt for the best WhatsApp alternatives, Skype tried to draw in some more people. Unfortunately for the Skype team, they didn’t get the response they were…
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Beyond the wristband: Wearables to hit $81.5 billion in sales in 2021

A new report from Gartner finds ear-worn devices to be tops in the category; the firm says smart patches that can track vitals and deliver meds are poised for growth. Image: Skullcandy Earbuds and other devices that fit in the ear have taken the top spot in the wearables category and should continue to hold…
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MSI has its first 2-in-1 Ultrabook and it gets 18 hours of battery life

Source: MSI What you need to know MSI’s first touch-enabled laptop in a decade is a new enterprise-ready laptop. The Summit E13 Flip is a 2-in-1 convertible with an included smartpen. Battery life is rated at 18 hours thanks to its massive 70WHr battery. Pricing starts at $1,599 for 16GB and 512GB, but you can…
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MSI’s new Raider GE76 and GE66 2021 laptops are true powerhouses

Source: MSI The MSI GE66 Raider laptop. CES 2021 is on-going, which means enough laptops to construct a small fortress. Some of the beefier blocks in said fortress would be made up of MSI GE Raider laptops, which are among the firm’s flagship products for power and raw capability. Aimed at gamers and creators, the…
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You’re Just Not That Interesting (Except When You Are)

Worried about privacy? I believe we over-imagine the risks and at the same time are our own worst enemies. You’re Just Not That Interesting (Except When You Are) from Ask Leo!. Get the Confident Computing weekly newsletter: https://newsletter.askleo.com This post was written by Leo Notenboom and was first posted to AskLeo.com

VJoy failed to install on Windows 10 [Fixed]

How to fix VJoy failed to install? 1. Make sure that you have the latest version of VJoy Download the latest version of VJoy from the developer’s website. Once you download it, run the setup file and follow the instructions. If the problem still appears and VJoy is not installing, try installing it as administrator…
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MSI announced GP66 & GP76 Leopard and GS66 Stealth at CES 2021

MSI announced the GS66, GP66 Leopard, and GP76 Leopard at CES 2021. The laptops feature powerful NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 series processors to handle the demanding workloads of creators. The GS66 and GP 66 Leopard are 15.6-inch laptops, and the GP76 Leopard is a larger 17.3 inches. MSI hasn’t released availability details at this time,…
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MSI announces Creator 15 laptop at CES 2021

MSI announced the Creator 15 laptop at CES 2021. The laptop features a powerful processor and is built with creators in mind. Its NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 series GPU and Intel Core i7 processor should be able to handle many demanding creative tasks with ease. The Creator 15 runs on an Intel Core i7-10870H processor…
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The MSI Stealth 15M gets added performance, retains its slim body

Gaming laptops that don’t fit the traditional image of a gaming laptop is something we’re very much fans of, and the MSI Stealth 15M certainly catches our eye. MSI has announced the latest version of its ultra-slim, 15-inch gaming notebook at CES 2021 and the story continues to be one of power and portability. Oh,…
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Top 240Hz Gaming Monitors That You Can Buy

If competitive gaming is your cup of tea, a gaming monitor with just a 144Hz refresh rate may not be enough. In such cases, a gaming monitor with a 240Hz refresh rate may just be what you need, especially if you want to make your split-second decisions count. Apart from delivering a blur-free experience, these…
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Possibly the last Nether Update release is in testing for Java Minecraft

Minecraft is officially back from the holidays with the 1.16.5 snapshot for Minecraft: Java Edition, which aims to be a minor release that resolves two critical stability issues with Minecraft. This update is still part of the Nether Update, but could very well be the final update we see in the 1.16 branch before Mojang…
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Google’s New “Guest Mode” for Smart Displays Completely Misses the Point

Google If you have a Nest Hub, Nest Hub Max, or any of the Nest smart speakers, the devices are likely full of your personal details. Nest Hubs helpfully show calendar appointments, recent searches, and more. But what if you don’t want houseguests to see all that juicy info? Google’s new guest mode, rolling out…
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Microsoft increasing file size limit for Microsoft 365 to a whopping 250GB

With 4K videos, 8K videos, and 3-D files becoming more common, people’s requirements for cloud file storage have evolved. Microsoft announced this week that it will increase the file size limit for Microsoft 365 to 250GB to meet the growing demand. The current limit is 100GB, so people will have much more room to work…
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Lenovo Collaborates With Dolby to Boost Video Call Audio Quality

Video calls and conference calls have become increasingly important as of late for obvious reasons. A number of apps have sprung up surrounding quality conference calls, and many big tech companies have moved into this area as well. A common problem that a lot of people are facing, though, is that the audio quality on…
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Fix OneNote Error 0xe00001bb: Section Is Corrupted – Technipages

In this troubleshooting guide, we’ll show you can fix the following OneNote error: It looks like this section file is corrupted. OneNote might be able to fix it, but you should avoid working here in the meantime. (Error code: 0xE00001BB). This error usually indicates that certain Windows Registry keys associated with the Microsoft Office Suite…
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Zoom: How to Show the Unread Message Icon – Technipages

If you’re part of many Zoom chats and channels, you may find that it can be hard to keep track of which channels you’ve seen all the messages in and which channels still have unread messages. At the same time, Zoom has an unread message badge covering the corner of the chat tab icon at…
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Preview: Little Nightmares II sends you to a British school from hell

Source: Bandai Namco Little Nightmares is a franchise of which I was peripherally aware. For whatever reason, I simply never took the time to dive in and properly check it out. The original came out in 2017 and launched to widespread praise for its atmospheric Tim Burton-esque horror stylings. The game very vividly manages to…
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Top 9 Magic Keyboard Shortcuts for the iPad

If you use a traditional Magic Keyboard or one of the newer ones with the cantilever design, knowing your way around with keyboard shortcuts is essential if you want to stay productive on an iPad. Although apps do come with dedicated shortcuts, there are also several handy shortcuts that you can use to interact with…
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How To Calculate Tips on Android – Technipages

Calculating a tip in a restaurant between the server handing you the bill and being ready to take payment can be a little stressful if you’re not good at quick math. It gets even worse if you want to split the bill around the table as you’ve then got to calculate that too. Thankfully some…
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Everything we know about Windows 10’s big Sun Valley update so far

Source: Microsoft Microsoft is currently working on a major update for Windows 10 that is expected to debut later this year that will bring with it a refreshed design and new features that are supposed to enhance the users’ workflow in 2021 and beyond. Codenamed Sun Valley, this will be the biggest update to Windows…
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What to Do If Chrome Download Needs Authorization – Technipages

Google Chrome may sometimes display a confusing error message suggesting you need special authorization to complete the download. Why Does Google Say the Download Needs Authorization? The bad news is that you can’t really do much to fix this issue. The error indicates the admin or website owner has restricted access to the file you’re…
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Developers: These are the top skills you will need in 2021

Last year was tough, but 2021 promises new opportunities for developers in the rapidly-transforming business landscape. Here are the skills that will help you succeed. Now more than ever, developers are in hot demand. nd3000, Getty Images/iStockphoto The importance of software skills was brought to the fore in 2020 as the coronavirus pandemic forced rapid…
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Bain & Company tops the list of Glassdoor’s Best Places to Work in 2021

Other winners in the top five list chosen by employees are Nvidia, In-N-Out Burger, HubSpot, and McKinsey & Company. iStock/rvlsoft For the fifth time, management consulting firm Bain & Company has been named the Best Place to Work in 2021, according to Glassdoor. Rounding out the top five winners in the large companies category were…
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Fix OneNote Error 0xE401065D, 0xE000145C, 0xE4010640 – Technipages

If you’re getting Onenote error 0xE401065D, 0xE000145C, or error 0xE4010640 when syncing your notes, try again later. This is because these error codes indicate that OneNote’s servers are experiencing high traffic volumes. In other words, too many users are using OneNote, and the servers can’t respond promptly. How to Fix Error 0xE401065D, 0xE000145C, 0xE4010640 Try…
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FIX: NordVPN obfuscated servers not working [4 easy methods]

by Vlad Constantinescu VPN Expert & Privacy Advocate Many customers have complained that they can’t use obfuscated servers on NordVPN. More often than not, this is caused by NordVPN using the NordLynx protocol by default. You can enable obfuscated servers on NordVPN by simply choosing the OpenVPN protocol. If switching protocols didn’t work, you could…
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Study: Workers say they are more effective working from home

New research from Nintex shows that remote work has been beneficial for many employees, and 67% of employees say that they have been working more efficiently. Image: LightFieldStudios, Getty Images/iStockphoto Working from home, once seen by many as a luxury, has now become a necessity for so many employees as a result of the ongoing…
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Top 7 Ways to Fix Google Chrome White Screen Error on Windows 10

There is a reason why Google Chrome comfortably sits at the top of the browser game. Google’s offering is cross-platform, has huge extension support, comes loaded with features, and it’s pre-installed on the world’s most popular operating system – Android. However, when it comes to desktop OS like Windows 10 and macOS, there are quite…
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How to add a VPN connection in Windows 10 using 3 methods

You can also set up a VPN connection on your Windows 10 PC by adding it to the Connection Manager phone book. To do this, you need PowerShell and advanced computer skills: Right-click the Windows 10 Start button Select Windows PowerShell (Admin) and click Yes if prompted by UAC Paste the following code Add-VpnConnection [-Name]…
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“Buy nothing”- A Facebook Community that is all about trustworthy and generous people

At a time when people barely know each other despite being living on the same street, Facebook “buy nothing” helps the community interact with their neighbors. A native of Canberra, Zoe Bowman thinks that people like her are blessed with unnecessary things in their lives. For her, melon ballers are something that she didn’t need…
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FIX: Windows 10 is stuck on the Welcome screen

3 .Check your hardware According to users, sometimes this issue can occur due to faulty hardware such as a faulty internal SD card. To fix it, users had to disconnect the problematic device from the motherboard. This solution might require you to open your computer case, so if your PC is still under warranty or if…
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Wacom: No device connected on Windows 10 [CONFIRMED FIXES]

Make sure that your tablet is properly connected, check the USB ports on your PC, plug in your tablet in to a different port and if you have the means, connect your Wacom device to a different computer. If all these preliminary checks don’t have a positive result, then we can try some more in…
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Belkin Unveils Wireless Earbuds with Apple’s ‘Find My’ Technology

Belkin Belkin is expanding its line of SOUNDFORM audio devices with the new SOUNDFORM Freedom true wireless earbuds, which incorporate Apple’s Find My technology for easy retrieval when lost or stolen. While Belkin hasn’t announced a price for the earbuds, the company says that we can expect a launch in March or April of this…
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Some of Your Amazon Ring Cameras Now Have End-to-End Encryption

Amazon What a difference a year can make. Early last year, Ring’s reputation took some hefty dings due to its handling of security and privacy issues. Ever since the company has taken steps to address those problems by adding a new privacy dashboard and mandatory two-factor authentication. But if you have compatible cameras, Ring will…
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Monitoring, tracking, and alert products for those 60+ among innovative tech introduced at CES 2021

The growing population of older citizens will soon have an arsenal of helpful technology. CES 2021 must-read coverage It’s official. We’re getting older and there are increasingly more of us. The World Health Organization predicts the world’s population of 60 and older will double to 22% by 2050 from 12% in 2015, and noted, “The…
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FIX: NordVPN kill switch not working [6+ methods]

by Vlad Constantinescu VPN Expert & Privacy Advocate If NordVPN’s kill switch is suddenly not working on your PC, you need to fix it quickly. A VPN’s kill switch can help prevent accidental data leaks by blocking Internet access at key points. More often than not, simply reinstalling the VPN or restarting the PC can…
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How to Track User Journey on WordPress Lead Forms

Do you want to track user journey on WordPress lead forms? Tracking user journey allows you to see exactly which pages your visitors view before they fill out a form on your website. This information can help you capture more leads and grow your business. In this article, we’ll show you how to easily track…
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Be proactive: 3 risk management steps to take before a cyberattack

Risk management is more than recovery from a cyberattack. Learn how risk management can help your company discover gaps in security, as well as how to handle the fallout from a cybersecurity event. Image: William_Potter, Getty Images/iStockphoto Pundits are pushing risk management as the way to go when it comes to maintaining cybersecurity. At first…
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You May Have Already Won with DoNotPay’s Latest Robot Service

DoNotPay In the U.S. only the government can run lotteries. To get around that legality, companies that run sweepstakes offer the option to enter for free, no purchase necessary. But most of the time, that involves an arduous task like mailing in a self-addressed stamped envelope. Once again, DoNotPay is here to help by doing all the…
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FIX: Discord installation failed in Windows 10

The troubleshooting steps from below will help you address the errors that may occur during the Discord installation process. So, in the end, you can once more successfully use your favorite online chatting software. You can fix the Discord installation failure for Windows 10, by following the next steps. How do I fix Discord install…
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How to uninstall Microsoft Office in Windows 10

How do I completely remove Office from Windows 10? 1. Uninstall Office from Control Panel You can always try to uninstall it through Windows Programs and Features tool in Control Panel. You can find out how to properly use it in our article about deleting programs in Windows 10. But a lot of users reported…
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What Do WhatsApp’s Terms Spell Out For Its Future?

WhatsApp’s recent update to their Terms of Service has set the internet ablaze, as every social media platform is rife with discussion about its effects on user privacy and free speech online. With all of this discourse, moderated and otherwise, it’s hard to separate fact from fiction. Let’s do the best we can and delve…
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Charge Your iPhone 12 in Midair with Belkin’s New BOOST CHARGE PRO MagSafe Stand

Belkin Why use a boring wireless charger when you can enjoy the magic of a MagSafe charger? Belkin’s new BOOST CHARGE PRO 2-in-1 charging stand uses MagSafe to power your iPhone 12 as it floats in midair. It also has a wireless charging base for your AirPods or AirPods Pro. The BOOST CHARGE PRO launches…
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What Is Google Assistant, and What Can It Do?

In a world filled with virtual assistants, Google Assistant is one name you probably recognize. The market is full of Google Assistant-enabled devices, but what exactly is it, what does it do, and should you use it? A Brief History Google Assistant had very humble beginnings. It debuted in May 2016 as part of Google’s…
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Xbox controller goes to player 2 on PC [FIXED BY EXPERTS]

What to do if the Xbox controller is stuck on player 2 PC? 1. Delete a specific controller driver Open the Control Panel. Under the Hardware and Sound section, click View Devices and Printers. Delete Xbox 360 controller for Windows. Disconnect the controller marked as Player two. Connect your controller back and see if it…
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Moto One 5G Ace, 2021 g stylus, g power, and g play handsets announced

motorola one 5G ace Motorola unveils a list of promising Android-powered Smartphones, there is the Moto One 5G Ace, which the company claims is its most affordable 5G phone for North America at $399 and will be available from January 14 in the US. The Moto One 5G Ace comes with a 6.7-inch FHD+ LCD…
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Moto One 5G Ace, 2021 g stylus, g power, and g play handsets announced

motorola one 5G ace Motorola unveils a list of promising Android-powered Smartphones, there is the Moto One 5G Ace, which the company claims is its most affordable 5G phone for North America at $399 and will be available from January 14 in the US. The Moto One 5G Ace comes with a 6.7-inch FHD+ LCD…
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Rogue Android Malware Allows Hackers to Access your Phone

A new type of malware has made its way to the market. This Android malware gives hackers full access to a users smartphone. The malware called “Rogue” infects victims with a keylogger and allows hackers to steal the user names and passwords and other sensitive data. This Malware Allows Hackers to Steal your Smartphone’s Data …
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HyperX Shows Off Its First In-House 60% Gaming Mechanical Keyboard

HyperX HyperX, Kingston’s gaming hardware division, has been finding success with its selection of Cloud wireless headsets. It’s also been dipping a toe into the niche of compact gaming keyboards, with multiple variants of the Ducky One Mini Two. At CES, it’s rolling out its first fully home-grown design, plus expanding availability for other gaming…
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How to Create a Word Cloud in Microsoft PowerPoint

Adding a word cloud to your slideshow helps communicate what’s really important about the presentation by making certain keywords stand out. There’s no built-in tool in Microsoft PowerPoint for creating a word cloud, but it can still be done. Here’s how. Install the Pro Word Cloud Add-in Though there are several third-party applications available that…
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DisplayPort to VGA Adapter not working / no signal [Fixed]

If your computer supports multiple DPs, you can use a DisplayPort to VGA adapter to create a multi-monitor setup. However, several users have reported a DisplayPort to VGA adapter not working issue when trying to connect their DisplayPort compatible PC with a VGA enabled monitor. This issue can occur due to several reasons including incorrect…
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How to Delete a Watch Face on Apple Watch

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10 best tools to monitor system resources on Windows 10

Another simple tool that allows you to monitor system resources is TinyResMeter. This is a portable and lightweight application, so it can run on almost any PC. The application doesn’t have a visually appealing user interface, but it will show you all the necessary information. System information can be displayed in a horizontal or vertical…
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Get Ready for These Books to Hit the Big Screen in 2021

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How to Enable an Extension in Chrome’s Incognito Mode

By default, Google Chrome does not run extensions in Incognito mode because they could potentially compromise your privacy. But, if you’d like to give an extension permission to work in private browsing mode, it’s easy to do. Here’s how. First, open “Chrome.” Click the “Extensions” icon in the toolbar, which looks like a puzzle piece.…
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Blockchain and the era of gaming

If you are clueless about blockchain, then don’t worry – you are not alone. This is because many people are unaware of blockchain and usually connect the same with Bitcoin and an easy way to make money. In this regard, Los Angeles-based digital media consulting company Vorhaus Advisors released a forte-commissioned survey of more than…
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Samsung Galaxy A3 Core Vs OPPO A1k: Which Of These Entry-level Smartphones Should You Procure? – Mobility Arena – Mobile Phone, Smartphone, Cell Phone Reviews

We continue the week with a dip into the entry-level portion, this time we have a Samsung Galaxy A3 Core vs OPPO A1k match-up on the cards today. Sit back, and enjoy this interesting scrap at the lower rungs of the smartphone tables.   The A3 Core launched in August of 2020, while its rival…
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[Solved] Age of Empires 2 doesn’t work on Windows 10

This article will give you the right solutions to help you solve this problem, and enjoy your favorite game, so be sure to check them out. How do I get Age of Empires 2 to work on Windows 10? 1. Use a system optimizer For a better gaming experience, we recommend downloading Restoro. It will…
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How to See What Data Facebook Has on You

Facebook Facebook knows a lot about you. Some of this information was handed over when you signed up, but there’s some stuff you might not know about. We’ll show you how to see and download it. Your Facebook Information First, you might be curious to see just how much data Facebook has on you. There’s…
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Where is the BSOD log file located and how to read it?

Thankfully enough, Windows 10 comes with a neat way of storing all kinds of information, including the BSOD log file. The only problem is that this type of log file isn’t like the ones you are used to. more specifically, it doesn’t come as a text document that you could open with Notepad. So accessing…
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Is your LastPass Chrome extension not working? Try these steps

They have a LastPass vault and login, but the plug-in is needed to make the vault interact with both username and password boxes. Others think they created a LastPass account and installed the web browser extension. In spite of that, the LastPass icon doesn’t show in their web browser toolbar. So it seems that the…
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How to Download Research Papers/Journals Free (Latest 2021)

Many people find it interesting to keep themselves updated will all the new research going on. But, very few people are interested in reading the research papers submitted by the researchers. The few people who wish to access the research papers have to pay a hefty price levied by the publishers. Probably you are a…
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How to Run Signal Private Messenger On MAC

Due to the recent WhatsApp Policy update, users have already started to switch to Signal. Signal right now seems to be the best WhatsApp alternative. It offers everything that WhatsApp does, and it takes security & privacy very seriously. For a list of best Signal features, please check out the article 5 Best Features of…
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Top 8 Typography Trends of 2021 (infographic)

Words are symbols that have evolved over time to carry emotions, document history, and may even be one of modern civilization’s most powerful inventions. Even though we now have the power to work in digital and virtual worlds, the symbols that create our written language remain relevant. So, it’s no surprise that the art of…
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Best Free A-Z Python Cheat Sheet 2021 (Basic to Advance PDF)

 Cheat Sheets helps us to make our coding task easier. By using Python 3 Cheat sheet you can easily learn and write great codes. So here, I’d share some useful and best Python cheat sheets a programmer must have on the desk. Best A-Z Python Cheat Sheet Python is an amazing programming language which most…
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