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Day: January 19, 2021

5 best face blurring software to use on Windows 10

by Madalina Dinita Former Managing Editor Video face blurring software can be more useful than you might have imagined. Since publishing content can be subject to legal obligations, you might need to censor faces in a video. Naturally, creating high-quality projects that also comply with privacy regulations would be nearly impossible without video face masking…
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This Fallout: New Vegas mod is basically a whole new game

Source: The Frontier Team The Fallout franchise has been a favorite for modders to play around with for over a decade now, with thousands of different creators investing countless hours into projects for Fallout 3, Fallout: New Vegas, and Fallout 4. Some have even created mods for the online MMO Fallout 76. I’ve been a…
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For preschoolers and soldiers: 4 new Acer Chromebooks meet military and toy safety standards

Two models have antimicrobial coating and a spill-resistant gutter system to keep up to 11 ounces of liquid away from internal components. The Acer TravelMate Spin B3 meets both military durability standards as well as toy safety rules. Image: Acer Even after several product announcements at CES 2021, Acer has more laptop news with five…
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The aftermath of the SolarWinds breach: Organizations need to be more vigilant

Security experts say organizations are, and should, implement a number of changes ranging from how they vet vendors to handling application updates. Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto The way Nick Fuchs sees it, in the aftermath of the massive SolarWinds breach, there has been one silver lining: A greater understanding of the important role security needs to…
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Here are all the Xbox and PC games delayed through 2021

Source: Frontier Developments Welcome to the age of game delays, thanks to your friendly neighborhood coronavirus pandemic. As the pandemic kicked into full swing last year, we saw almost immediately the impact on our work, social, and school lives. Game developers were no different. With home lives disrupted from school closures, lockdown measures forcing premises…
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Microsoft Teams: How to Bookmark Messages – Technipages

If you get hundreds of messages on Microsoft Teams every single day, bookmarking the important ones is crucial. Otherwise, they’ll get lost in all that noise. If you need to revisit old messages to verify some task instructions or pieces of information, you can quickly go to your bookmark section. But things can be a…
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50% of workforce would forgo vacation for remote work

A new poll also confirms that despite nearly 68% of companies being back to the office, 86% of employers are allowing staff to decide when they’re comfortable to return to work on-site. Image: iStock/fizkes The pandemic-forced work-from-home edict was so effective that an Office Depot poll revealed that 50% of employees would give up their…
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Best Destiny 2 Exotic weapons and armor in 2021

Source: Bungie Exotics are the most powerful and unique items you can obtain in the Destiny 2 sandbox, and with them at your disposal, you’ll be well-equipped to take on the enemies of the Guardians (or Guardians like yourself in the Crucible). With that said, some Exotics are more powerful than others, and using the…
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Apple’s iOS 14.4 will show a warning message to its users if their iPhone is installed a non-genuine camera part

Apple company is amongst the best and top-selling brands in the world. Apple is providing the quality and most genuine products to its customers. For them, quality is the key to grab more customers from around the globe. Therefore, Apple company is concerned about its genuine product, and to maintain its goodwill around the world,…
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IE/Edge: Content Was Blocked, Invalid Security Certificate – Technipages

If Microsoft Edge does not detect a valid security certificate for the webpage you’re visiting, it will block it. And when this happens, you’ll get the following alert on the screen: “Content was blocked because it was not signed by a valid security certificate“. The same error can pop up on Internet Explorer 11 and…
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Fix Microsoft Teams Not Downloading Files – Technipages

One way to keep your Microsoft Teams files organized is to download them in specific folders. In this manner, you can quickly retrieve them when you need them. But sometimes, Teams may fail to download your files. Let’s see how you can troubleshoot this problem. What to Do if Microsoft Teams Won’t Download Files Use…
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Fix Microsoft Teams Not Blurring Background – Technipages

If you’re joining a video meeting from the comfort of your home, blurring your background is a must. Microsoft Teams has a dedicated option that allows you to blur your background with just one click. Unfortunately, this feature may sometimes fail to work. So, let’s explore how you can fix it. Microsoft Teams Blur Background…
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Troubleshooting Microsoft Teams Error caa20003 – Technipages

Error code caa20003 occurs when signing into Teams or any other Office 365 apps, for that matter. It indicates your date and time settings might be incorrect or you’re not authorized to log in. How to Fix  Microsoft Teams Error caa20003 Check Your Date and Time Settings Make sure your date and time settings are…
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How to limit reservable bandwidth in Windows 10 to increase download speeds

By default, Microsoft reserves the right to limit network bandwidth by as much as 80% to accommodate system activities. You have the power to change this setting, if you need to. Image: iStock/alphaspirit Whether it is through Ethernet or over Wi-Fi, download and upload speeds are vitally important to the overall performance of your Windows…
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Microsoft Teams Emojis Not Working – Technipages

We all love emojis. In today’s digital world, these symbols full of color help us to convey additional meaning to our messages. Some even consider emojis as a language in themselves. And they’re not far from the truth. You can send messages consisting only of emojis and the recipient will understand what you meant. If…
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Slack: How To Hide Message Previews in Notifications – Technipages

Notifications in Slack are a great way to keep up with the messages you’ve received, comments you’ve been mentioned in, and message threads that you’ve been a part of. While you may want to be notified of each message coming in, you may not necessarily have the privacy that you want to be able to…
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Fix Screen Recording Failed to Save Due to 5823 – Technipages

Error code 5823 is specific to iPhone and iPad devices. It occurs when users try to save their screen recordings. The bad news is that error 5823 affects all the video meeting apps out there. If you’re working from home, getting error 5823  on Zoom can ruin your day. Let’s see what’s causing this error…
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How to Fix Zoom Errors 5000, 5003 and 5004 – Technipages

Zoom errors 5000, 5003, and 5004 indicate your computer failed to connect to Zoom’s servers. Maybe one of the programs installed on your device is blocking your connection to Zoom. Or your network settings don’t let you connect to Zoom’s servers. Solutions to Fix Zoom Errors 5000, 5003 and 5004 ⇒ Quick Tip: Don’t forget…
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These are the best pre-built desktop PCs available now

Source: Daniel Rubino/Windows Central Best Desktop Computer Windows Central 2021 Laptops are a great way to keep your PC with you at all times, but if you don’t need something portable, you can instead invest in one of our picks for the best desktop computer. While you can usually build your own PC for less…
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FBI warns of voice phishing attacks targeting employees at large companies

Using VoIP calls, the attackers trick people into logging into phishing sites as a way to steal their usernames and passwords. Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto The FBI is cautioning companies to beware of a slew of voice phishing attacks aimed at capturing the login credentials of employees. SEE: Social engineering: A cheat sheet for business professionals (free…
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10 trends shaping the security industry in 2021

Increased use of edge computing could “put AI everywhere,” according to Hikvision’s trends roundup. Image: iStock/ismagilov In recent months, there’s been a surge in cybersecurity attacks as criminals seek to exploit the coronavirus pandemic, the vulnerabilities of a remote workforce, and more. As details continue to emerge from the massive SolarWinds hack and fallout, many…
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Destiny 2’s Hawkmoon random roll farm is available on the EDZ

Destiny 2 developer Bungie has officially added the long-awaited random roll farm for the Exotic hand cannon Hawkmoon. It’s in the form of a hidden mission that can be accessed on the EDZ once you’ve done the quest to obtain the normal Hawkmoon. The enemies are very difficult and can take and dish out plenty…
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Linux Foundation and Blacks In Technology Foundation open up 200 scholarships for open-source certifications

Leaders say removing the financial barrier to professional training can open up the tech world to a more diverse workforce. Image: fizkes, Getty Images/iStockphoto Blacks In Technology Foundation (BIT) is offering 200 scholarships for open-source certifications for members in partnership with The Linux Foundation. The scholarships are open to members of the advocacy and professional…
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Can’t get enough Age of Empires? Load up on merch from the Gear Shop!

It’s been a grand few years for the Age of Empires franchise, and it’s now expanded further with the recent addition of an official Age of Empires Gear Shop over at the Xbox website. Age of Empires has been revived thanks to the remastering of the original trilogy into Definitive Editions, and its communities —…
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Report: Women in tech say COVID-19 is holding them back

Kaspersky finds the global pandemic has not impacted all tech workers equally, illustrating how the playing field for professionals is still uneven. Image: iStock/ JoaBal As COVID-19 continues to upend the working world, with lockdowns forcing employees to work from home, research has begun to focus on the impact of the new work environment on…
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Nvidia Shield TV Adds Supports for Xbox Series X/S and PS5 Controllers

Michael Crider The Nvidia Shield TV is one of the best Android TV devices on the market, and it’s always getting better. Despite the name, gaming is among its best features, whether through apps or streaming. Nvidia just released an update that improves on that by adding Xbox Series X/S and PS5 controllers support. The…
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Troubleshooting Microsoft Teams Error caa70007 – Technipages

Error code caa70007 usually shows up when users launch Microsoft Teams. But it can also occur if the login process got stuck and failed. This issue is usually caused by incorrect network settings. If you’re looking for a solution to fix this problem, try the fixes we listed in this guide. How to Fix  Microsoft…
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60% of organizations have the capabilities for digital transformation success

Even as all organizations did better the last two years, a Capgemini report notes that so-called digital masters widened the gap. Image: iStock/urupong Nearly two-thirds of organizations today have the digital (60%) and leadership (62%) capabilities required to successfully implement digital transformation—an increase from 36% on both fronts in just two years, according to a…
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Politics and online privacy: How American Republicans and Democrats differ, and where they agree

A report from NordVPN finds disagreement on which political leader does better on privacy issues, whether disinformation should be banned, and what the biggest cyberthreat is. Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto VPN service provider NordVPN has released the results of a Politics and Digital Privacy Study conducted on US citizens, finding party line divisions on many issues,…
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CES 2021: Rise Gardens lets users grow indoor hydroponic plants for food and fun

Company founder says the pandemic has helped boost sales, but the gardening trend was already in place. CES 2021 must-read coverage TechRepublic’s Karen Roby spoke with Hank Adams, founder and CEO of Rise Gardens, at CES 2021 about hydroponic indoor gardening with the use of technology. The following is an edited transcript of their conversation.…
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FIX: Windscribe not connecting [7+ trusted methods]

by Vlad Constantinescu VPN Expert & Privacy Advocate Windscribe is a great premium VPN service that also offers a generous free plan to its customers. However, some users noticed that Windscribe is not connecting on their PCs every now and then. More often than not, this situation can be solved by simply choosing a different…
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Become an expert programmer with this bundle of 12 courses for just $45

Source: StackCommerce With AI and data science playing a large role in most industries, programming skills are more valuable than ever. The Complete Computer Programmer Super Bundle helps you master the most popular languages, with 12 courses for just $45. Whether you’re an aspiring tech entrepreneur or trying to impress recruiters, learning some code is a smart move.…
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Development, Digital Marketing or Social media, What are the most in-demand tech skills?

Sifting through hundreds of job posts can be tiring and confusing, especially with posts filled with industry-specific jargon and information. The new year typically brings in new resolutions, opportunities and new beginnings, so why not bring about a career or job change? It’s been suggested that by applying for new roles in the new year,…
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Microsoft announced five new laptops for EDU that also support 4G LTE

The $185 JP IK Leap T304 with an Intel Celeron CPU.Source: JP IK Ahead of BettFest 2021, Microsoft announced several new devices to help educators and students improve education without breaking a budget. Among the new devices are the LTE capable PCs starting at just $185 and a more affordable successor to the Microsoft Classroom…
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Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2 is the world’s first QLED Chromebook

Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2 announced as Samsung’s latest 2-in-1 laptop with a 13.3-inch QLED FHD touchscreen display, 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution, and comes with narrow bezels with HDR display support. It is the first of its kind to have QLED display support, Samsung boasts that the Galaxy Chromebook 2 is “World’s First QLED Chromebook”…
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The number of violent content and hate speech on the Telegram app is rising each day, due to which Apple company is being sued for not removing the app from its App Store

It is a time for every social media platform to review its policies for hate speech and violent content in the light of recent political violence in the U.S. One of the popular messaging app Telegram has also taken an action against the accounts promoting hate speech and escalating the situations in different countries of…
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‘Search by voice’ feature starts rolling out to Microsoft Edge

Source: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central A new option to search with your voice on Microsoft Edge is rolling out to some people. The feature was spotted by people on a Tech Community forum and appears to be available for some people on Edge version 87.0.664.75 and higher (via OnMSFT). You might not see the…
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CD Projekt Red is facing another lawsuit over Cyberpunk 2077

Cyberpunk 2077 has faced numerous issues from its launch in December 2020 and more continue to arise. As spotted by GamesIndustry.biz, CD Projekt Red is now facing a second class-action lawsuit over the quality of the game at release and purports that investors were misled. The lawsuit is filed in the US District Court for…
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FIX: IPVanish not working with Netflix [6 tested methods]

Right-click your Start Menu Select Network Connections Click the Change adapter options button Right-click your default Internet connection Select Properties Highlight Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) Click the Properties button Select the Use the following DNS server addresses radio button Use 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4 in the Preferred, respectively Alternate DNS server fields Click the OK…
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How Microsoft turned Halo The Master Chief Collection into its greatest hit

Source: Microsoft Microsoft first unveiled its Xbox console two decades ago, and through four generations of hardware, one constant remains unchanged — Halo. The tentpole sci-fi shooter remains synonymous with Redmond’s household gaming systems, pioneering touchstones of the first-person shooter (FPS) and still a top-seller today. Few titles find themselves deeply intertwined with a system’s…
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Common Problems With The Infinix Note 6 And How To Fix Them – Mobility Arena – Mobile Phone, Smartphone, Cell Phone Reviews

Do you have an Infinix Note 6 that acts up from time to time? Have you been looking for ways to stop these occasional problems without spending a fortune on your device? Then these tips below can help you get your Infinix Note 6 back in shape.   The Infinix Note 6 launched in July…
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Samsung unveils new 870 EVO SSD with faster performance

The 2.5-inch SATA solid-state drive aims for a speeder ride than its predecessor and offers storage options from 250GB to 4TB. Samsung’s 870 EVO solid-state drive Image: Samsung Samsung has introduced a new SSD that promises speed, reliability, and budget-friendly prices. SEE: Quick glossary: Storage (Tech Pro Research)  Available this month, the new 870 EVO SSD is…
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How to enable enhanced randomize MAC addresses on Android

Android 11 allows users to enable the Wi-Fi-Enhanced MAC randomization. Jack Wallen shows you how. Image: César Salza/CNET en Español In the name of privacy, the Google developers made it possible to use a randomized MAC address, starting with Android 8. However, it wasn’t until Android 11 that the default status of MAC randomization was…
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How to View the Network Adapter Information in Windows 10

If you are an advanced Windows 10 user or a network administrator, you might have multiple network cards installed on your computer. There are times when we need to know about the network adapter in Windows 10. Knowing the Network adapter details could help you resolve issues related to internet connectivity. Although it’s pro stuff,…
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The HoloLens 2 has a new keyboard in testing, check it out in a new video

Microsoft recently started rolling out an Insider build for the HoloLens 2 that includes several new features. While the new version of Microsoft Edge made headlines, the update also includes a nifty new typing feature. We mentioned the feature when we initially covered the Insider build, but we’ve since spotted a video of it in…
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FIX: PureVPN not working with Netflix [7+ tested methods]

by Vlad Constantinescu VPN Expert & Privacy Advocate Although PureVPN is a reliable VPN service, sometimes it might face certain technical difficulties. For instance, some users reported that PureVPN might stop working with Netflix every now and then. More often than not, this issue can be easily fixed by simply switching to another PureVPN server.…
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Stuck at home? It’s a perfect time to build a PC! Here’s how to get started

Source: Rich Edmonds / Windows Central Building a PC remains a daunting endeavor for many, but it doesn’t have to be. Even if you’ve yet to pick up a screwdriver and toss together a few components, this comprehensive guide will make you a PC building master in no time at all. We’ll also save you…
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How to Reset Display Settings to Default on Windows 10

Often a software update might end up messing up your display settings on a Windows 10 PC. The typical reaction would be to look for a reset display settings button. However, there is no such button or keyboard shortcut to reset or revert to previous display settings in Windows 10. You will have to set…
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Microsoft invests in self-driving vehicle maker Cruise

Microsoft, General Motors, and autonomous vehicle manufacturer Cruise announced a long-term strategic relationship today. The relationship will see Azure become the preferred cloud vendor of GM and Cruise. It also provides Microsoft access to industry expertise and insight of the transportation industry from Cruise (via The Verge). Microsoft joins General Motors, Honda, and other investors…
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How to add categories to a page in WordPress

If you’re not using Categories with your WordPress sites, you should be. Jack Wallen shows you how to associate Pages to Categories in the new WordPress editor. Image: Jack Wallen WordPress is one of the most widely-used website frameworks on the market. WordPress makes it possible for individuals and businesses across the globe to deploy…
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New AI software can turn regular security cameras into COVID-19 policy enforcement points

Now being trialed in Georgia smart city Peachtree Corners, the new tech can pick up on people standing too close together and detect whether someone is wearing a mask. Image: Cawamo Peachtree Corners, GA, a city northeast of Atlanta known for its pioneering use of smart city technology, is adding a new tool to its…
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Mac Shipments Witness Close to a Massive 50% Growth in Q4, IDC Data Indicates

Now that we have entered 2021 and have yet to see how this year unfolds, one thing that can be said for sure is that the demand for PCs is extremely high. According to IDC’s recent findings, as per BW, the estimate for global PC shipments for the holiday quarter comprised several noteworthy numbers. For…
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Xbox Game Pass is expanding again with games like the Medium and Yakuza

We’re already over halfway through the first month of 2021, and it’s time for Microsoft to update its Xbox Game Pass games offering with a list of all the games coming and going from Xbox Game Pass in January. Things are picking up in the second half of the month, with some truly great games…
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49% of companies plan to hire in 2021 and the priorities are e-commerce and data analysis

A new survey finds that companies are evenly split between requiring the COVID-19 shot for people who want to return to the office. A new survey of C-suite executives finds overall that employers are split on whether to require the COVID-19 shot for employees to return to in-person work with 51% leaning toward yes an…
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How to Set a Sleep Timer on Spotify – Android – Technipages

Have you ever started to listen to music on Spotify and fallen asleep? You put on some relaxing music after a difficult day at work to only wake up a few hours later with the app still running. Thanks to the sleep timer feature on Spotify, you can avoid things such as wasting too much…
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6 best software for focus stacking and macro editing

If you have access to Photoshop, then you don’t need any other software for focus stacking. Unlike Zerene Stacker and Helicon Focus, Photoshop is not specific to stacking hence may feel underwhelming for professional stacking work. However, Photoshop is the industry standard when it comes to best image editing software, so you can do more…
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Samsung’s new 870 EVO is the mass storage you need in your PC build

Source: Windows Central Seeing a product announcement a week after CES 2021 closed its virtual doors may be a little peculiar, but here we are with Samsung’s first new SSD of the year. The 870 EVO isn’t a superfast PCIe 4.0 SSD that will break performance records, instead, it’s back down to the now, quite…
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6 Best Grips for the Xbox Series X Controller

With the Xbox Series X, Microsoft has overhauled the Xbox Series X controller. Though they look a tad similar to their old selves, these controllers pack quite a few interesting features. For example, you get a new share button at the center, making it easier to share your recent feats with your gamer friends. More…
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You can try Affinity Photo, Designer, and Publisher for free for 90 days

You can get a 90-day free trial of Affinity Photo, Affinity Designer, and Affinity Publisher from Serif right now. Serif, the makers of the popular creative apps, is offering the trial to help people during the current global pandemic. The company had an identical free trial offer last year as well. Even if you took…
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What is Microsoft Blend?

You can design your own tile brush starting from an image brush or a drawing brush in order to make captivating and original digital drawings. Another way of developing a unique brush is to basically take a control button as an original pattern . Create and apply templates or styles One of the most exciting features…
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Portable gaming PCs could be just around the corner

Source: GPD What you need to know Aya and GPD each have portable gaming PCs and will be part of crowdfunded campaigns. The Aya Neo runs on an AMD Ryzen 4500U and AMD Vega 6 graphics. The GPD Win 3 runs on up to an Intel Core i7 and Intel Iris Xe graphics. The Nintendo…
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Satellite mapping used to tackle social isolation ‘hotspots’ in UK cities

Care View allows volunteers to pinpoint areas of a city where people might benefit from outreach services, using heatmaps generated by Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) data. Care View has been co-funded by the UK and European Space Agencies Image: iStock/ngkhanhvukhoa A satellite-powered application designed to identify loneliness ‘hotspots’ in UK cities has been launched…
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FIX: Movavi Video Editor export failed with these tips

If you are also troubled by this issue, here are some troubleshooting tips to fix Movavi video export issues on Windows 10, so keep reading. What can I do if Movavi Video Editor export failed? 1. Install Adobe Premiere Pro Whilst Movavi is an excellent video editing platform, if it’s causing you problems, the solution…
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Health tech company uses Azure and AI to create priority list for COVID vaccination shots

Jvion’s CORE platform uses AI and healthcare data from 30 million people to determine who should be vaccinated first. Jvion has added a new data layer to its COVID Community Vulnerability Map to help public health officials get vaccine shots to the people at greatest risk of contracting the virus. Image: Jvion Doctors and nurses…
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How to Stop Syncing Google Contacts to iPhone

Google Contacts is a great alternative to iCloud Contacts to sync contacts between iPhones or iPhone and Android. However, you might end up getting confused if you use both of them on your iPhone. You can remove the Google Contacts from your iPhone if you want to sync them only with your iCloud account. There…
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Review: Hitman 3 is good, even if the execution is less than perfect

For 20 years, the Hitman series has delivered some of the most ambitious and most creative stealth games on the market, and that trend is set to continue with Hitman 3, the final entry in the World of Assassination trilogy that started with 2016’s Hitman reboot. Players are thrust back into the bespoke suit of…
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FIX: CPU at 100% when nothing is running

Why is my CPU usage so high with nothing running? That’s precisely what you have in mind when apparently no program is open, but you can hear the CPU running.  We’ve prepared a list of applicable solutions that should help you address this issue. In case there’s no viable CPU-hogging service insight but your CPU…
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Researchers Believe Apple Watches Can Help You Detect Covid 19 Even Before Symptoms Start to Show Up

Researchers believe that Apple watches can detect whether you are infected by the corona virus even before you start showing symptoms or in case you are asymptomatic. Keep reading to find out how. Separate researches from two universities in the United States, namely Mount Sinai Health System in New York and Stanford University in California…
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Let’s Get Medieval: LEGO’s New Blacksmith House Celebrates the Middle Ages

LEGO Here’s one for the history books: the latest LEGO Idea to get approved is the Medieval Blacksmith’s house. Instead of focusing on medieval knights or royals, the set focuses on the unsung heroes of the era—blacksmiths. Plus, it shows off the iconic architecture, as well, like lattice windows, stone, and timber-framed walls. The concept…
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Goodbye CBS All Access, Hello Paramount+ And Tons of New Content

How many streaming services does anyone really need? And how specialized do you want them? That’s the big question for streaming these days, and thus far it’s hard to justify a CBS-specific service propped up mostly by Star Trek. Parent company ViacomCBS knows it too, and will rename the service to Parmount+ while adding tons of…
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5 best tools to remove background from images [2021 Guide]

Instead of spending a few minutes trying to carefully select the edges of your image in order to separate it from the background, you can simply mark the two areas and the algorithm takes care of the rest. If the automatic selection is not accurate enough, you can use the scalpel for any faint edges.…
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The Surface Laptop 3 is on sale for $300 off on several colors and sizes

The Surface Laptop 3 is Microsoft’s latest traditional laptop from the Surface family. It has a gorgeous design, good battery life, and an excellent keyboard. Right now, you can grab it for $300 off through the Microsoft Store. The 13.5-inch and 15-inch versions of the Surface Laptop 3 are on sale, though availability depends on…
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Samsung’s Cellphone-Styled Galaxy Buds Pro Case Is a Blast From the Flippin’ Past

Samsung Just a week after the release of its cutting-edge Galaxy Buds Pro ANC earbuds, Samsung is looking back to the past with a pair of Buds Pro cases that resemble the company’s groundbreaking Anycall T100 and Anycall E700 flip phones (known as the Samsung SCH-X430 and SGH E-700 in the US). The cases are…
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The white Razer Basilisk gaming mouse has reached an all-new low of $40

The uniquely colored Razer Basilisk gaming mouse in mercury white has hit a low price it has never hit before at $39.99. This is a mouse that normally sells for around $70. Before today, the lowest this mouse had ever gone was a drop to $50, a sale we haven’t seen since last August. At…
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Samsung’s New SSDs Will Max Out Your SATA Connection On the Cheap

Samsung With Solid State Drives (SSD), you usually have three options, fast, cheap, and large—pick two. But every year, new advances bring us closer to getting all three in one, and Samsung’s latest 870 EVO SSDs drive that point home. You can pick everything from 250 GBs to 4 TBs, they’re faster than ever (for SATA…
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Devs show off Windows 10X on a Surface Pro 7, Lumia 950 XL, and MacBook Air

Source: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central A near-final build of Windows 10X recently leaked online, and developers appear to be having fun with it. People have managed to get Windows 10X to run in some form or another on the Surface Pro 7, Lumia 950 XL, and even a MacBook Pro with Apple’s M1 chip,…
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21 Best Website Ideas to Launch an Online Side Business in 2021

Are you looking for website ideas to launch a side business in the new year? There are tons of opportunities online with profitable website ideas that you can easily transform into a sustainable side income. In this article, we’ll share the best website ideas to launch this year. We’ll also show you how to easily…
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5 best software for drawing tablets

by Tashreef Shareef Windows & Software Expert Using the best software for drawing tablets while creating digital art can make a real difference. Choosing drawing pad software that fits you the best can influence the quality of your work of art significantly. Whether you’re searching for the best drawing software for Wacom tablets, or any…
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12 best Windows 10 games [2021]

by Ivan Jenic Troubleshooting Expert Our list of the top games for Windows 10 devices includes both free and paid options. Action games, as well as battle royale or racing games, are among the best games for Windows 10. In this list, you’ll find both newly launched games and classics. Additionally, these are all top…
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10 Best Student Laptops in 2020

COVID has forced students into an online learning environment that they never imagined. And with online learning come new challenges – accessing lectures, course assignments, discussion boards, zoom collaborations, timed tests, and more. The issue becomes this: will your current laptop deal with it? Perhaps, it’s time for an upgrade. When making a choice, you…
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The Big 6 Streaming Video Services—What Does Each One Offer?

Said Marroun/Shutterstock.com You’ve likely heard of “the big six” streaming service—Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, HBO Max, Peacock, and Prime Video—but what does each one really offer? It’s easy to get sucked down the rabbit hole of paying for multiple services, so let’s take a closer look at each one so you can easily pick which ones work best…
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Twitter’s New Verification Policy Asking Verified Users To Update Their Profiles Accordingly

Twitter’s policy regarding Verified Accounts has been updated, and now the social media platform is sending out notifications to verified users, urging them to comply with the changes before January 22nd, 2021, as reported by Matt Navarra. This recent announcement from the company was long in the making and highly anticipated by its massive userbase.…
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How to Save Posts on Facebook to Read Them Later

There so much happening on Facebook that it can feel a little overwhelming. What if you miss a post and you can’t find it later? Thankfully, Facebook has a bookmarking feature to help you keep track of things and save them for later. Like Twitter, Facebook allows you to save things to access later. You can…
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FIX: Age of Empires 3 doesn’t work in Windows 10

Keep in mind that running outdated Windows versions may cause various technical issues preventing you from enjoying a smooth gaming experience. To access the Windows Update section, you can simply type “update” in the search box. Then go to Windows Update, check for updates and install the available updates. Your Windows Search box is missing?…
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10 Best Android Rooting Tools To Get Root Access

If you have been using an Android smartphone for a while, you might be well aware of rooting. Android rooting is a method of getting root access. After having the root access, you can install custom ROMs, access thousands of root apps, etc. A rooted Android device does have few drawbacks, like if anything went…
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10 Best Android Rooting Tools To Get Root Access

If you have been using an Android smartphone for a while, you might be well aware of rooting. Android rooting is a method of getting root access. After having the root access, you can install custom ROMs, access thousands of root apps, etc. A rooted Android device does have few drawbacks, like if anything went…
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Most Downloaded Free Games on PlayStore & Apple Store 2021

Since the first models, back in the 90s, most mobile phones already had games. Who does not remember the traditional snake, the snake game, pre-installed in most Nokia phones then, which was very easy to play and fun? Time has passed, mobile phones have evolved into today’s smartphones, and today it is possible to download the…
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How to fix a Steam game that instantly closes

These are a few resolutions that might fix Steam games which instantly close when you launch them. How do I fix a steam game that crashes immediately? 1. Update the graphics card driver This issue could be due to a corrupted or antiquated graphics card driver. Updating the graphics card driver is a common resolution…
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How to Use the Document Outline in Google Docs

If you use Google Docs as your go-to writing application, then there’s no better way to organize your content than with the Document Outline tool. This handy feature helps you structure and navigate your document by automatically creating an outline using headings in your document. Open the Document Outline in Google Docs Head to Google…
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Meatless Monday? Vegetarian All The Time? Check These Cookbooks Out

The Experiment/Rodale Books/BenBella Books The New Year comes with resolutions of all sorts. If one of yours is eating a little greener and a little cleaner, these vegan and vegetarian cookbooks should be your first stop. Whether you want to learn how to cook nourishing whole foods on a budget or hoping for an all-inclusive…
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How can I tell if Windows Update is stuck?

This can cause a lot of anger, and some people even ended up having to reinstall their operating system again, as they stopped the process forcibly, while it was still working. In today’s article we will explore the most common circumstances in which you might find yourself in. We will also discuss the best way…
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How to See Which Apps Can Access Your Microphone and Camera on Android

There are many sensors on your smartphone, and two that present some privacy concerns are the camera and microphone. You don’t want apps to be accessing these without your knowledge. We’ll show you how to see which apps have access. It’s important to routinely check up on app permissions. We’ve shown you how to see…
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How to Add Complications to Your Watch Face on Apple Watch

Khamosh Pathak Watch faces on Apple Watch aren’t just pretty, they can also be powerful. Most watch faces come with designated areas for complications (little widgets). Here’s how to add complications to the watch face on Apple Watch. There are watch faces like Typography or California that are all about style. And then there are…
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10 Best Travel Apps For Android in 2021

Over the past few years, the technology around us has evolved a lot. These days, our smartphone can be our best travel companion. You can book flights, book hotels, find the shortest routes through your Android smartphone. If you are planning your first trip away from home, or if you’re a frequent traveler like me,…
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Fix: Kast audio not working [Windows & Mac]

According to Kast, the problem can occur due to incompatible microphones and headsets that do not work with streaming computer audio on Kast. This problem can also occur if you have selected a different audio source for streaming. In this article, we have listed a few troubleshooting steps to help you resolve the Kast audio…
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Apple Adds a New Feature “Volunteer Match” in Apple Maps for People Wanting to Help the Community

Apple has worked towards ending racial inequality, as well support community and education over the years. This year, in honor of the birthday of a civil right advocate Martin Luther King Jr.’s Apple has decided to update one feature in its already useful Apple Map in order to give back to its community, last week,…
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A Ubisoft Service Is Currently Unavailable 2021: FIXED (Solutions)

Technology has helped us a lot in getting us through our lives. People worked on their laptops and computers from their homes, played games on it to entertain themselves, and much more. While playing Ubisoft games on your Windows PC over Uplay, you might come across ‘A Ubisoft Service Is Currently Unavailable’ Error‘ on it. What…
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Infinix Hot 10 Vs Note 8i: Which Of These Mid-Range Smartphone Should You Pick? – Mobility Arena – Mobile Phone, Smartphone, Cell Phone Reviews

We begin the new week with an interesting comparison for Android users. Here, we have the Infinix Hot 10 vs Infinix Note 8i matchup. Both smartphones are 2020 devices and bring a number of awesome specs for us. Stick with us and find out who triumphs here today.   Our comparison sees us pit the…
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Get your Cyberpunk 2077 at $29.99 & free shipping, only today

What’s the current price for Cyberpunk 2077 on Amazon? Cyberpunk 2077 was the most anticipated game of the past two years. Upon launch, at the end of 2020, it managed to stir a lot of fuss. On the one hand, it was released after many delays; on the other hand, despite the continuous development, the…
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FIX: Volume Shadow Copy Service error

If a Volume Shadow Copy Service error pops up, the System Restore utility probably won’t restore Windows. Furthermore, the Windows backup tool might not work when you try to copy files to an external USB drive. These are a few resolutions that might fix some Volume Shadow Copy Service errors in Windows 10. How do…
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