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Day: January 15, 2021

Grounded’s next big update will include flying insects and much more

Source: Obsidian Entertainment The Grounded team has been short since the holidays, but now they’re returning with fresh news about the future of Obsidian Entertainment’s charming and addictive open-world survival game. Grounded’s first update since the December Content Update is coming soon, and the probable additions have been teased by Obsidian for ages. The January…
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Here are the coolest PCs and laptops from CES 2021

Source: MSI MSI, Acer, ASUS, HP, Lenovo, Microsoft, and other companies announced plenty of PCs and laptops at CES 2021. Whether you’re into a 2-in-1 with touch, the best gaming Ultrabook around, or something a little more conservative on cost, we’ve rounded up all the coolest laptops right here. Acer Predator Triton 300 SE Source:…
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The 8 best microphones to help you sound better in your next video meeting

There’s plenty of technology available to help improve the quality of our virtual calls. A top-of-the-line microphone is a great start. In recent weeks, there’s been a surge in video conferencing as many teams operate remotely due to the coronavirus pandemic. Needless to say, it only takes a few Zoom calls to realize that a…
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Want to work with robots all day? Here’s what you need to do.

Today’s robots require engineering, data, and user experience skills to meet market demands. Today, robots are doing much more than assembling cars. Robots work in the retail, security, hospitality, and logistic industries. These robots and robotic services include drones, chatbots, security patrols, and delivery vehicles—all safely and seamlessly working with and interacting with people. They…
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These are the best GPUs for playing Escape from Tarkov

Best Graphics Card for Escape From Tarkov Windows Central 2021 Escape From Tarkov is a popular multiplayer first-person shooter RPG. It’s quite graphically demanding and being in beta, still being optimized to make the best use of PC hardware. To play the game well, you will need the best graphics card to handle the game…
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Facebook’s New Insights Tell About Much More Than Just the Latest Shopping Trends

Recently, Facebook has released a detailed guide as a part of their ‘Industry Perspectives’ series. The ‘future of shopping ‘report is all about shaping key trends, along with expert opinion based on the latest consumer behaviors. The pandemic resulted in accelerating the digital trends by five to ten years as per eConsultancy. During the year…
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We’re going to see tons of game delays this year and that’s OK

Source: Xbox Game Studios Unless you’re just now discovering the world of video games (in which case, welcome friend!) it should come as an annoyingly obvious statement that a lot of games were delayed throughout 2020. The reasons for delays last year were understandable, if disappointing, as a pandemic broke out worldwide and with its…
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Can’t Connect to Google Play? Try These Useful Tips – Technipages

As long as you’re dealing with technology, you’re going to have to deal with glitches. There’s always going to be apps that won’t work properly, forcing you to troubleshoot them. The same applies to Google Play. Sooner or later, it’s going to show you an error telling you that you can’t connect. You know your…
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‘Song of Iron’ dev Joe Winter joins us live for Xbox Chaturdays Ep12

For this week’s episode of Xbox Chaturdays we’re very excited to be joined by Song of Iron developer Joe Winter. We’ll be diving into exciting topics like indie vs AAA game development, the inspirations for the upcoming Xbox console exclusive Song Iron, and much more. If you want to join the conversation live, be sure…
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These are the biggest PC announcements from CES 2021

Source: Windows Central CES 2021 wasn’t too bad, all thing’s considering. It was a virtual event since we’re all socially distancing responsibly, but that didn’t stop PC vendors from announcing new products. We’ve rounded up all the most important PC-related announcements, just in case you managed to miss the news. Entry-level NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060…
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The Xbox Series S is a little beast

Source: Matt Brown | Windows Central The spotlight for next-gen has rested firmly on the PlayStation 5 and the Xbox Series X, owing to their strapping specs and 4K-capabilities. However, there’s another console out there that has undeservedly been overshadowed by its beefy brethren, the affordable Xbox Series S. We do have a full review…
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How to Fix Zoom Error Code 614 – Technipages

Zoom error code 614 indicates the program failed to convert your recording due to low disk space issues. Simply put, you don’t have enough free space on your disk to save the recording. The good news is that error 614 is not a common local recording conversion problem. Most users should be able to get…
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How to check if someone else accessed your Google account

Review your recent Gmail access, browser sign-in history, and Google account activity to make sure no one other than you has used your account. Illustration: Andy Wolber/TechRepublic What’s Hot at TechRepublic Whenever a computer is out of your direct view and control, there’s always a chance that someone other than you can gain access. A…
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Is 1080p, 1440p, 4K, or 8K best for PC gaming?

Source: Windows Central Best answer: The best resolution (and subsequently, best computer monitors) for gaming depends on what GPU you own and how much budget is available for buying a new one to handle more advanced monitors. The current sweet spot for gamers is 1440p, with more gamers looking to adopt 4K. Different screen resolutions…
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Microsoft moves to opt-in setup for sharing voice data to improve services

Microsoft is rolling out updates to its services that will make sure people can control how their voice data is used by the company. People will be able to decide if their voice clips are used at all. Additionally, they will have a greater understanding of how voice clips are used if they do opt-in…
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Google Duo on Android: How To Enable Low-Light Mode – Technipages

In any video call, you want to be visible, otherwise, you’d use a standard voice call or text to communicate. Video has the advantage of letting you see other people’s reactions and letting your own be visible too. There are a few parts to ensuring that your video feed is of good quality. First, you…
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Troubleshooting Zoom Error 3065 – Technipages

Zoom error code 3065 behaves like a waking-dead. No matter how many hotfixes and updates Zoom rolls out, it always finds a way to rear its ugly head on users’ computers. Error 3065 indicates an expected event occurred during the meeting and Zoom needs to end it. As a result, you’ve got no other choice…
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How to Fix Microsoft Teams Error caa82ee2 – Technipages

Microsoft Teams may sometimes fail to launch with error code caa82ee2. Usually, the app freezes for a few seconds shortly before this error code appears on the screen. And the error message reads as follows: We’re sorry—we’ve run into an issue. Restart. If that doesn’t work, try signing out and back in. Error code –…
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Zoom: How to Change the Size of the Text in Chat Windows – Technipages

Zoom has a big part of communication since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic and the associated lockdowns. The move to remote working, learning, and communications has necessitated a shift in how people communicate. Zoom has seen a massive increase in its userbase by being positioned in the right place at the right time. Zoom…
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Slack: How To Change Your Display Name – Technipages

On almost any service you need to sign up with an email address. Your email address is used as it allows you to utilise well recognised ways of recovering your account if you happen to forget your password. On websites and services where you can interact with other users, you can generally configure a visible…
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Could the Qualcomm SC8280 be the answer to Apple’s M1?

ARM processing for mobile computing got a big push in the last few months with Apple jumping on board and quickly taking the lead in performance. During this time, Qualcomm has mostly been quiet save for a very mild refresh to the current Snapdragon 8cx with a “Gen 2” bringing 5G and slightly faster clock…
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Samsung Galaxy A32 5G announced as its cheapest 5G handsets

Samsung Galaxy A32 5G unveiled as the company’s latest 5G handset and the cheapest so far. It comes in four colors, there are Awesome Black, Awesome White, Awesome Blue, and Awesome Violet options. The South Korean giant, Samsung did not mention the chipset powering the device, but it definitely will be a mid-range 5G processor,…
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Microsoft’s Azure marketing chief is leaving to join SAP

Source: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central Julia White, Microsoft corporate vice president of product marketing for Azure, developer tools, and servers, is leaving the company to join SAP. White will become SAP’s chief marketing and solutions officer and serve on its executive board. SAP announced White’s new role alongside the appointment of Scott Russell to…
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Check out Windows Central’s Best of CES 2021 picks

Every year, CES gives us a chance to check out all of the coolest new tech and services from companies around the world. The show is huge and it’s impossible to keep up with everything, even when you’re on the ground in Las Vegas. And with CES 2021 going all-virtual, that task got even tougher…
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Facebook’s Workplace Suite Gets Several Updates

Working from home has quickly started to become the norm because of the fact that this is the sort of thing that could potentially end up keeping people safe from the various coronavirus risks that are out there at this current point in time. With all of that having been said and now out of…
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Best of CES 2021: How to stock a workstation for $3,500

From heated massage office chairs to low-blue-light monitors, here’s a dreamy workstation. Image: V-MODA On Monday, CES 2021 kicked off virtually due to the coronavirus pandemic. The multiday event showcased a wide range of product and service offerings across the tech sector. This includes a number of home office solutions to assist professionals and students…
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WhatsApp: How to Hide Your Profile Picture from a Specific Contact – Technipages

When it comes to your profile picture on WhatsApp, you only have three options to choose from. You can have everyone or your contacts see it. But, if you want total privacy, you can also choose the Nobody option. But, what if there are only or a few contacts you want to hide your profile…
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Samurai Shodown comes to Xbox Series X, S on March 16

SNK Global revealed on Twitter today that it is bringing the Japanese fighting game Samurai Shodown to Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S on March 16. Players will be able to play the game across both consoles and the Xbox One via Xbox Smart Delivery. Samurai Shodown was already one of the best fighting…
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Refreshed look for Microsoft Teams rolling out in public preview

Microsoft is rolling out an improved look for Microsoft Teams to public preview users. The improved design is built to feel “more modern and lightweight,” according to Microsoft. Teams users in public preview should soon see an improved dark theme, drop shadows between panels, and icons with Microsoft’s Fluent Design language. The color and styling…
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WhatsApp Is Encountering Staunch Resistance In Its Biggest Marketplace, India

Following the recent policy updates WhatsApp announced for its userbase, and the calamity of backlash that ensued from said userbase, the social media app is losing a lot of its footing in India and scrambling to make amends. WhatsApp’s update to its Terms of Service has evoked a deafening flutter of conversation and opposition across…
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The 1.16.5 update for Minecraft: Java Edition is now releasing for everyone

Just a few days after testing the 1.16.5 Release Candidate, Minecraft: Java Edition is officially rolling out the 1.16.5 update to the public. If you’re expecting a ton of changes and fixes, then lower your expectations. This is a minor update that fixes two critical issues related to servers and is built on top of…
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The Future Tech Awards have arrived with support from five special sponsors

The Future Tech Awards are here. The annual event has taken place right alongside CES 2021 with our entirely virtual “Innovation Week.” And, this latest awards event has been made possible by five special sponsors: HP Inc., Roborock, Thermaltake, Tello and Wondershare. The Future Tech Awards event has been broken up into three categories: Future…
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Lenovo, HP, and more take top spots in the Future Tech Awards

The Future Tech Awards have arrived. Since its inception at CES 2020, Future takes the opportunity to celebrate the best of the tech industry. That includes the incredible products that have dazzled us or made a difference in our lives as well the people helping bring those products to market. This year’s Future Tech Awards…
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HP announces ProBook x360 11 G7 E laptop for education

HP announced the ProBook x360 11 G7 EE laptop this week. It’s a convertible laptop that can flip around to be used as a tablet or in several other modes. It features a rugged design that includes metal-reinforced corners a spill-resistant keyboard. It supports the HP Manageability Integration Kit that makes it easy to deploy…
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How next-gen cloud SIEM tools can offer critical visibility companies for effective threat hunting

Virtual workforces face escalated threats due to their remote access from various networks. Learn how security information and event management tools can help in the battle. Image: iStock/Undefined Undefined As a system administrator, I had quite a tech support ordeal the other day in which I found myself unable to access my company portal via…
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Vivo Y31s Launched With New Snapdragon 480 SoC, Dual Rear Cameras – Mobility Arena – Mobile Phone, Smartphone, Cell Phone Reviews

Vivo Y31s has launched as the first smartphone from the company to sport the new Snapdragon 480 SoC. This release follows Qualcomm’s announcement of the 480 SoC as the first in the 400-series to offer 5G support. The Vivo Y31s launched with dual rear cameras and a 6.58-inch IPS LCD display, with the Qualcomm Snapdragon…
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How to Check If Signal Is Down

Yalcin Sonat/Shutterstock Is Signal down? At the start of 2021, the encrypted chat app has seen a wave of new users who want to keep their conversations private. Here’s how to check whether Signal is down for everyone else. Check Signal’s Status Website for Official Updates Head to the project’s official Signal Status website (status.signal.org) to see…
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How to Enable Two-Step Verification On Telegram App

Everyone knows pretty well that hackers rule the internet. It doesn’t matter how robust your security implementation is. Hackers will always find a way to hack into your social media and instant messaging apps accounts. To deal with security issues, social networking platforms offer something known as ‘Two-Step Verification.’ The two-step verification adds an extra…
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Fitness tech at CES 2021 has smart yoga mats for relaxing and a sports wall for punching

Companies use AI to recreate the gym environment at home and provide coaching tips for at-home workouts. A smart yoga mat from YogiFi is embedded with sensors to track a user’s alignment in each pose and uses Bluetooth to connect to smartwatches and the internet. Image: YogiFi CES 2021 must-read coverage Fitness tech at CES…
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5 Trends HR leaders should watch in 2021

New research from Gartner says that HR professionals should be creative in the year ahead, using new technologies and lessening onsite work to combat the challenges caused by COVID-19. Image: iStockphoto/oatawa As the COVID-19 pandemic rolls on into 2021, human resource professionals face several obstacles in the new year. In an effort to provide guidance…
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What’s the Deal with Sea Shanties? (And 5 Worth Checking Out)

Alvov/Shutterstock Regardless of whether you’re on social media, you’ve likely seen sea shanties popping up in the news. But why? Like most viral trends these days, you can thank TikTok. Here’s the scoop. The trend is being dubbed “ShantyTok” and involves users of the video-sharing platform, well, singing sea shanties. And they’re pretty intense. Users…
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FIX: ZenMate VPN not working [6 tested methods]

by Vlad Constantinescu VPN Expert & Privacy Advocate ZenMate VPN is an excellent VPN service that can keep your privacy safe and your connection secure. Like any other piece of software, ZenMate VPN can experience technical issues from time to time. Sometimes, ZenMate VPN can even stop working altogether on your PC, but that’s no…
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Is Passwordless Sign-in Safe? – Ask Leo!

You don’t have to use a password to be safe Signing in without a password seems almost nonsensical, yet it can be more secure than traditional sign-ins. More convenient? That depends. I was reading about passwordless logins and how great they are. Better and more convenient than long complicated passwords that we might use with…
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Facebook’s New Report Sheds Light On Emerging Digital Trends That Will Shape The Future

We all know that Facebook collects our data to link us up with ads and other recommendations that the app thinks we might prefer. Since last year was spent entirely under lockdown because of the ongoing Pandemic and we were confiding to the four walls of our homes, Facebook realized that since our way of…
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Microsoft helps launch coalition to provide access to immunization records

As COVID-19 vaccination efforts ramp up around the world, a coalition of health and technology organizations announced that it will help people have access to their vaccination records. The coalition is called the Vaccination Credential Initiative (VCI) and includes major organizations, including Microsoft, Oracle, and Salesforce (via Engadget). The goal is to provide people with…
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Vivo Y51A announced with Halo FullView display & Snapdragon 665 chips

Vivo Y51A launched in India as the company’s latest handset with a 6.58-inch Full HD+ LCD Halo FullView display, triple rear camera, side-mounted fingerprint scanner and it is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 with 8GB of RAM. The Vivo Y51A comes in a single variant that costs Rs. 17,990 ($245 USD) and will be available…
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WhatsApp Data Leaked: Mobile Numbers of Web Users Found on Google Search

Whatsapp is already facing issues after it brought data and Privacy policy update news. However, this time the Whatsapp Web app users’ mobile numbers are leaked on Google Search. Usually, Whatsapp is a mobile app, but millions of people use it on desktop as well for their professional use. Many Whatsapp Web Users Mobile Numbers…
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How to Remove Suggestion Strip in Gboard – Technipages

Your device’s keyboard is something that always needs to be working properly. You use the keyboard for just about everything, so it’s only natural that the keyboard will start to suggest words you may use next after a while. While some users find this feature useful, others find it annoying and wish it would disappear.…
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[Solved] Instagram not working with VPN

Connect to a PIA VPN server Download Tor Browser and set it up on your PC Start Tor Browser Visit Instagram If social media and VPNs are blocked in your country, then you should take extra steps to preserve your online anonymity and bypass the Instagram block by joining the Tor network. On its own,…
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Preview: Persona 5 Strikers nearly feels like a true sequel

Source: Windows Central Persona 5 took up to 100 hours to complete, but the complex game, one of the best RPGs on PS4, still left fans wanting more. As a result, Atlus has produced several spinoffs including the rhythm game Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight and the more conventional dungeon-crawling RPG Persona Q2: New Cinema…
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6 Best Bluetooth Headphones for Making Phone Calls

2020 brought a lot of changes for most of us. Conference room meetings have been replaced by video calls, while phone calls have replaced team meetings. In these circumstances, we often resort to Bluetooth wireless earphones and headphones for hands-free operation convenience. And in doing so, you would want yourself to be heard loud and…
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‘Nasty’ Windows 10 bug can corrupt a hard drive by you looking at a file

A “nasty” NTFS vulnerability in Windows 10 has been highlighted yet again by infosec researcher Jonas L. The vulnerability can be exploited with a single-line command and when exploited, corrupts an NTFS-formatted hard drive. Following the corruption, Windows will prompt a person to restart their computer to fix the issue. Attackers can hide the line…
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Martian drone project lands $3.1 million grant to test tech over Mars-like Icelandic lava field

The craft could enable scientists to explore previously inaccessible areas of Mars, according to the project’s principal investigator. Image: Christopher Hamilton and University of Arizona On Wednesday, the University of Arizona announced that a team led by a member of its faculty had received a $3.1 million grant to develop drone technologies for future Martian…
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The Surface Pro 7+ launches today, but you can’t just grab it from a store

Microsoft recently announced the Surface Pro 7+. The 2-in-1 PC was announced without as much fanfare as we normally see from Microsoft, but that’s because the device isn’t a radical overhaul of the Surface Pro 7. Instead, it’s a refinement of the Surface Pro 7 design with features aimed at business users. It has a…
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Microsoft, Mayo Clinic, Oracle among coalition to develop digital COVID-19 vaccination passport

Every immunization recipient worldwide will have access to the credential, which will speed the return to travel, school, or work. Image: iStock/dobled Managing the coronavirus is finally about to get better. In New York on Thursday, a newly formed coalition of health and technology leaders announced an initiative to streamline COVID-19 tracking in the effort…
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5 best VPNs for laptops on Windows 10

BullGuard VPN is a newer player in the VPN industry, but it’s backed by the top-notch security features of BullGuard. This tool has VPN servers optimized for P2P and streaming. It uses the OpenVPN protocol to encrypt your data traffic and defends your Windows 10 laptop from cyber-criminals. It also features a kill switch. What…
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[Fixed] Omegle not working on Chrome / Firefox / Safari

What can I do if Omegle doesn’t work on Google Chrome? 1. Try a different web browser If Omegle is not working on Chrome, try running it from Opera. The browser is built on Chromium, so it’s pretty similar to Chrome, and it can even run Chrome extensions, which is a plus. Opera also offers…
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Top 8 Fixes for Notifications Banners Not Showing on Windows 10

Typically, when you receive a notification on your Windows 10 computer, you will hear a sound, and a banner will appear near the Action Center. The banner shows a preview of the notification’s content. Sadly, some users do not see the notification banners on their computers. If you are one of them, this post shall…
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Google Duo: How To Prevent Your Media Messages From Being Saved – Technipages

Many modern smartphones now have large amounts of storage, but this isn’t necessarily the case for many budget phones, mid-tier, or older phones. This means you have to be careful of what and how much you save on your phone. By default, Google only stores media messages sent in Duo and keeps them available for…
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The Corsair iCue Commander Pro on sale for $59 simplifies RGB lighting

The Corsair iCue Commander Pro smart controller for RGB lighting and fan speed is down to $58.82 at Amazon. This smart controller has been selling for around $75 for most of the year, and it has only dropped lower than this once since 2019. Today’s price drop seems to line up with a deal we’re…
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Google Duo: How To Create a Group Chat – Technipages

If you want to communicate with multiple people simultaneously, group messages can be a great way to share information. Group messages allow you to keep multiple people informed and have a larger conversation running rather than relay input from multiple private chats. If you want to set up a group chat in Google Duo, it’s…
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LinkedIn Announces New Addition Of Rising Job Opportunities To Help Recover The Economic Loss

The year 2020 was indeed a challenging year for everyone and with the massive impacts and drawbacks it has caused, the world is indeed in need of a savior. So LinkedIn has taken the first step to be that savior, by announcing new and rising job opportunities named “Jobs on the Rise’ on their platform…
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Moen’s Smart Sump Pump Monitor Might Save You from a Flooded Basement

Moen All it takes is a good rain to flood your basement or crawlspace. To prevent that from happening, many homes have sump pumps that flush water away from the home. It’s a set it and forget it device, but forgetting it can be a mistake. If a sump pump fails, you’ll get flooded. Flo…
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The Xbox Core Controller is down to $50 so you can game with a friend

You can get the Xbox wireless Core Controller available in Black or White and on sale for $49.99. That’s $10 off its regular price. While not quite as good as the Black Friday drop to $40, this is still a decent deal if you’re looking to add a controller or two to your setup (or…
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Can VPN bypass parental controls?

How does VPN bypass parental controls? Currently, the most common places to set such restrictions are: Desktop computers Laptops Handheld devices (Smartphones, tablets) Consoles Routers The way a VPN works in this situation is by re-routing your connection and masking everything that may link you to your real online identity (IP address, DNS, location). Furthermore,…
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Buying a new laptop and not sure if you need Intel vPro? Read this first.

Source: Daniel Rubino/Windows Central Buying the right laptop or desktop PC to suit your needs isn’t always an easy process, and when deciding on a processor (CPU), you might question what Intel vPro is and whether or not you really need it. Intel offers a wide range of CPUs for myriad devices, and there’s a…
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Strap a Theater Screen to Your Face with TCL’s Wearable Display

TCL Augmented Reality (AR) was all the rage for a hot minute, but it didn’t take off outside enterprise uses, like Hololens. Sometimes for a product to reach consumers, simpler is better. TCL’s latest wearable won’t change the world around you; instead, it’ll give you access to a giant screen without the need for a…
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How to fix Wi-Fi repeater not working [Full Guide]

For these reasons in this article, we will explore some of the best methods to deal with this issue, and be able to easily connect to your Wi-Fi network using the signal extender. Firstly, make sure that you have connected it correctly, according to its manual. Every Wi-Fi repeater comes with a connection diagram or…
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Here are the new features for Microsoft Forms from January 2021

Source: Microsoft What you need to know Microsoft is rolling out several new features to Microsoft Forms this month. Microsoft Forms is getting the ability to format text, gather responses from specific people, and a new start page experience. Some of these features are rolling out already, and they should all be available by the…
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Razer’s BlackShark V2 Pro gaming headset is on sale for $160

Grab the Razer BlackShark V2 Pro wireless gaming headset for $159.99 on Amazon. The BlackShark V2 Pro sells for a regular price of $180, and this is the first direct price drop we’ve seen since the headset released a few months ago. While it is still going for its regular price in some places like…
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How to enable VPN split tunneling in Windows 10

Sign up for a VPN subscription plan (we recommend PIA). Download and install the Windows 10 desktop client. Launch the app and click its icon in the systray. Go to Settings > Network. Enable Split Tunnel and Allow LAN Traffic. Click Add Application and select a program. Open the dropdown menu next to the program…
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9 Best Online Course Platforms for 2021 (Compared)

Are you comparing the best online course platforms? Whether you’re a content creator looking for an online course platform to sell courses, or a student looking to learn from online courses, you’re in the right place. In this comprehensive guide, we will compare the best online course platforms with their pros and cons. What to…
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Why cybersecurity audits are essential for risk management

Find out what your company could risk by not getting cybersecurity audits. Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto TechRepublic contributing writer Lance Whitney reported in December 2020 that security firm McAfee estimated that cybercrime would cost the world $1 trillion last year. When it comes to cybersecurity, it’s difficult to improve anything if what already exists is a…
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FIX: Device was not migrated due to partial or ambiguous match

Device PCIVEN_10EC&DEV_8168&SUBSYS_84321043&REV_064&100198e&0&00E4 was not migrated due to partial or ambiguous match. The issue is due to Windows OS failing to identify the device connected to the computer. Users have reported that this error occurred after installing the Windows updates on the official forum. After installed 2017-11 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1709 for x64-based Systems…
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Microsoft Teams: More new features added to make your meetings run better

Approvals, Presenter View and Meeting Recap are all coming to Teams, with Microsoft keen to get remaining Skype for Business customers onto its star product. Teams users can take advantage of new features. Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto, Chainarong Prasertthai Microsoft has slipped more new features into its popular Teams platform, while giving its remaining Skype for…
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YouTube Web Introduces a Microphone Option Making Your Search Faster

While other applications bring out changes in their applications very quickly the last updated feature YouTube introduced was moving the auto player option in the video player some while ago, but it recently has been discovered that YouTube has brought about another feature after some time. YouTube introduced a feature that allows the user to…
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No sound on Nvidia GameStream? Here’s the fix

Nevertheless, the issue has a quick a few quick solutions. Today we will show you what to do to have sound again in GameStream, so keep reading. Quick tip Not having sound on Nvidia GameStream ruins the gaming experience for many players. Make sure you don’t have an overall issue with your sound. If this…
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Cowin’s $80 Sound Bar Can Split in Half for Surround Sound

Cowin Sound bars are a great way to improve your TV’s tinny speakers without taking up a lot of room. But they don’t truly surround sound thanks to grouping speakers so close together. Cowin’s new wireless sound bar might give you the best of both world. You can place it under your TV like a…
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How to Get an Always-on-Top Calculator in PC Games on Windows 10

Steam Windows has had a calculator app since the beginning, and it’s always been handy. In Windows 10, you can pin the calculator on top of whatever you’re doing. That could be a detailed strategy game or an intense Exel session. Try Windows 10’s Built-in Calculator Windows 10’s built-in calculator has an always-on-top mode, too.…
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10 Best Google Chrome Extensions in 2021 That Are Worth A Try

Well, Google Chrome is the best web browser out there. Compared to all other web browsers, Google Chrome offers more features. Also, the browser extensions on Google Chrome are one of the most powerful features. On the Chrome web store, you will find hundreds of extensions. However, such an amount of Chrome extensions can also…
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How to set up PPTP VPN on Windows 10 (Complete Guide)

Right-click the Start button and go to Network Connections. Select VPN. Click Add a VPN connection. Set VPN provider to Windows (built-in). At Connection name, type a display name. Set Server name or address, write the VPN server. At VPN type, select Point to Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP). Set Type of sign-in info to User…
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Lenovo Tab P11 is an 11-inch tablet with Snapdragon 662 chips and Pen

Lenovo introduces its latest tablet powered by Android OS, the Lenovo Tab P11 with an 11-inch WUXGA+ or 2K touchscreen IPS screen, Lenovo Precision Pen 223, and powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 662 11nm Mobile Platform. The Lenovo Tab P11 comes with a sleek metal body, and sport a slim and sturdy aluminum-alloy chassis. For the…
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Remove Scan drive for errors notification in Windows 10

Subsequently, always backup your data before running it to avoid suffering a costly data loss. 3. Boot your PC from Windows installation media Insert your Windows installation DVD or USB Recovery Disc/ System Repair Disc in the relevant drive. Force your PC to shut down by long-pressing the power button. Now power on your PC,…
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FIX: Shockwave Flash Player freezes in Windows 10

Shockwave Flash freezes on most browsers and this ruins the user experience for many because they are unable to surf the web without constant issues. Although this is quite frustrating there are some solutions that might help. Take a closer look at the fixes listed below.  What to do if Shockwave Flash Player is crashing…
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Avita’s Admiror II Laptop Has Three Webcams and a Ring Light Because Why Not

Nexstgo If you want to make a go at livestreaming, you’ll need a few things like a decent computer, a good webcam, and lighting so we can see your face. Nexstgo’s latest CES-borne laptop, the Avita Admiror II, will pack all of that into one thanks to its triple-webcam setup and embedded light ring. Just…
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How to Create a Poll In Microsoft Outlook

Need to quickly get feedback or answers to a question? Microsoft has added a quick poll feature, powered by Microsoft Forms, to both the Outlook client and Outlook Online. Here’s how it works. The built-in poll feature, like the Quick Poll add-in, is only available for Office 365 and Microsoft 365. If you’re using a…
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These are the programming languages most in-demand with companies hiring

Survey of 15,000 developers and HR managers reveals JavaScript, Java and Python as the most sought-after languages, while knowledge of React, Node.js and .NET Core are also in high demand. Programming languages: JavaScript is in pole position. Image: scyther5, Getty Images/iStockphoto JavaScript, Java and Python are among the most sought-after programming languages from hiring managers…
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LG’s New 4k CineBeam Projector Automatically Adjusts for Dark and Bright Rooms

LG With many theaters still closed and more content going straight to streaming services, it’s tempting to buy a huge TV to emulate a theater. But sometimes a projector is the better way to go. And as LG’s latest 4K CineBeam proves, projectors have come a long way. On top of 4K HDR support, it…
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FULL FIX: Registry Error in Windows 10

⇒ Download DriverFix 3. Update Windows 10 Keeping up with the latest updates is crucial if you want your Windows 10 to be stable and error-free. Many BSoD errors are caused by hardware and software incompatibility issues, therefore it’s crucial to perform Windows Update regularly. By downloading the newest updates, you’ll be sure that your system…
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How to Turn off 5G on iPhone (to Save Battery Life)

The new 5G wireless standard holds great promise in speeding up your iPhone’s wireless data transfer rates, but it also can take a heavy toll on your battery, quickly draining battery life while enabled. Here’s how to turn it off when you don’t need it. First, open Settings on your iPhone. In Settings, tap “Cellular.”…
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10 Best Websites To Learn Linux Online in 2021

Linux is an operating system just like Windows 10, Windows XP, macOS, etc. It has been around for quite some time now, and it has gained massive popularity. Back when Linux was introduced, it used to have a reputation of being complicated to operate and hard to learn. However, things have changed over time. As…
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A Poll Dives Into User Opinions About WhatsApp After Its Controversial Policy Updates

WhatsApp is still facing an endless barrage of backlash for its new Terms of Service updates, which have highly upset the social media app’s userbase. In a recent poll, a total of 10,200 individuals have provided their opinions on the matter in an attempt at gauging WhatsApp’s future. The poll in question, assigned by Android…
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Itel S16 Pro 4G Vs OPPO A1k: Which Entry-level Smartphone Should You Go For And Why?  – Mobility Arena – Mobile Phone, Smartphone, Cell Phone Reviews

Today, we pit two entry-level smartphones against each other in an interesting battle as we have the itel S16 Pro 4G up against the OPPO A1k. Both smartphones launched in different time periods, bringing a number of peculiar specs for us.   Both devices feature interesting specs, while also bringing certain differences to the fore.…
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Vivo Y12s is official with a Halo FullView display and Helio P35 chips

Vivo Y12s launched as the successor to the Y12 that was launched back in 2019. The Y12s was officially launched in India with a 6.51-inch HD+ Halo FullView display, three cameras, Helio P35 SoC, and a big battery capacity. It comes with a 6.51-inch 720 pixels HD+ 20:9 LCD screen, 20:9 aspect ratio. The device…
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How to fix SrtTrail.txt BSOD error in Windows 10 How to fix SrtTrail.txt BSoD error

One user shared his experience with the error on the official forum.  …all of sudden when I started the computer it says auto repair tool, then can’t fix or repair,  then blue screen that says D:windowssystem32logfilesSrtSrtTrail.txt… In order to fix this issue, we came up with a list of solutions that you should try, so…
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What Are Presentational and Container Components in React?

React has a component-based architecture that encourages you to split your codebase into reusable units of functionality. Not all components are created equal though. Let’s look at the differences between two common types, Presentational and Container (also known as “Stateful”) components. Is There Any State? To begin with, it should be stressed that these terms…
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How to Check Whether Your Signal Messages are Secure or Insecure

Recently, WhatsApp updated its policy and had announced that it would share users’ data with Facebook and other third-party services. Such an unexpected move has forced lots of users to switch to its alternatives. As of now, there are many WhatsApp alternatives available for Android. However, out of all those, Signal seems to be the…
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Facebook Makes Changes To Policy For Instant Games In An Attempt To Showcase Better Content

Facebook’s Instant Games feature is seeing a few policy updates, geared around ensuring quality control in the products added to the platform. So, what does this mean for developers? Instant Games is a gaming feature built into both Facebook’s website and app, offering download free games for the company’s userbase to play at their leisure.…
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YouTube Teams Up With Healthcare Organizations and Professionals To Combat Misinformation Online

YouTube is entering an official partnership with multiple organizations in the healthcare industry with the aim of disseminating pertinent and useful information regarding the subject to people in need. Healthcare’s an all-too familiar source of discourse nowadays, and hardly ever in a positive connotation. The USA is currently seeing a healthcare crisis, as the combined…
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Hulu not working on Chrome? [Complete Fix]

Unfortunately though, it seems as though some of the users are not bale to play Hulu on their Chrome browser. In this article we will explore how you can fix this problem by following some really easy steps, so make sure to keep on reading. How can I get my Hulu to work? 1. Update…
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