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Day: January 22, 2021

Best Official Minecraft Merchandise, Toys, and Gifts in 2021

Best Official Minecraft Merchandise, Toys, and Gifts Windows Central 2021 Ever since its original debut way back in 2009 (if you can believe it), Minecraft has become a global gaming phenomenon, attracting millions of fans, young and old alike, to its incredibly addicting gameplay and easy-to-learn creation tools. Due to its popularity, Minecraft has become…
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Review: HP Spectre x360 14 brings the best of Spectre all into one laptop

Source: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central There’s no shortage of outstanding laptops these days, especially in the 13- to 14-inch range where Intel’s Ultrabooks reign king. HP has been building up its Spectre brand for the last few years, and the Spectre x360 14 is in many ways the culmination of the brand into one…
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How to prepare for a career in app development

Developers are always in demand and app developers are more important than ever to support digital transformation work in every industry. This post was written by and was first posted to TechRepublic

What Resident Evil Village editions can I buy for Xbox?

Best answer: Resident Evil Village is available to preorder, with both standard and deluxe versions on the way. There’s also a Collector’s Edition that’ll be on sale at GameStop for a hefty $220, but it comes with physical merchandise. What Resident Evil Village editions can I buy for Xbox? Reisdent Evil Village is on the…
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Linux 101: Renaming files and folders

In your quest to migrate to the Linux operating system, you’ve found the command line interface a must-know skill. Fortunately, Jack Wallen is here to help you with the basics. I’m going to help you learn a bit more about Linux. If you’re new to the operating system, there are quite a few fundamental tasks…
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Pinterest’s New Experiment Shows It Wants Users To Consume More Stories Content

Stories have gained popularity on almost all social media applications and Pinterest just hopped on the bandwagon as well. If you have recently logged into the application, you may have observed a set of story pin on the top of your “For You” tab. These stories work like stories on every other app with the…
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Cybersecurity: Blaming users is not the answer

A punitive approach toward employees reporting data breaches intensifies problems. Image: iStock/iBrave Experts are warning, when it comes to cybersecurity, blaming users is a terrible idea. Doing so likely results in creating an even worse situation. “Many organizations have defaulted to a blame culture when it comes to data security,” comments Tony Pepper, CEO of Egress…
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Tony Hawk developer Vicarious Visions is now part of Blizzard Entertainment

Update, January 22 (7:05 ET): Bloomberg reports that Blizzard quietly dissolved Team 1 that worked on classic games, while Vicarious Visions is developing a Diablo 2 remake. Vicarious Visions has worked with Activision for decades, being in acquired in 2005 and developing on a wide range of different titles. Last year, Vicarious Visions developed the…
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Tencent acquires majority stake in Don’t Starve developer

Source: Klei Entertainment Klei Entertainment, the developer best known for the indie survival hit Don’t Starve, has heeded a lot of offers over the years from publishers looking to invest. However, on Friday founder Jamie Cheng announced it finally found one in Tencent, the Chinese multimedia conglomerate. In a forum post, Cheng — under his…
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Biden team leaves hidden call for technologists to join government in White House code

The embedded message was left for those looking through the HTML code and had developers talking. Image: Bet_Noire President Joe Biden officially took office this week and his technology team wasted little time in changing the White House website, even leaving a small note to developers. “If you’re reading this, we need your help building…
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Linux 101: Listing files and folders within a directory

Jack Wallen is back with another Linux 101 tip. This time around he shows you how to list files and folders from the command line. For those new to Linux, you might be a bit concerned about learning the command line. After all, you probably come from a platform that uses a GUI for nearly…
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Best sleep gadgets of 2021: Drift away with smart sleeping masks, white noise machines, and more

Humans spend about one-third of their lives asleep–or at least we are supposed to. These sleep gadgets are designed to help people drift to sleep, stay asleep, and wake refreshed. Humans spend approximately one-third of their lives asleep. It should really come as no surprise that the market for assistive sleep aids is a multi-billion dollar…
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New motto for CIOs: Move even faster and make sure nothing breaks

The price of failure could get personal if the pace of innovation falls behind, according to a new survey. A survey of 400 IT leaders found that CIOs and CTOs see microservices and distributed applications as the architecture of the future.  Image: Kong Innovation Benchmark 2021 The stakes are high for IT professionals running digital…
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You can now see Yammer community notifications within Microsoft Teams

Microsoft is rolling out support for Yammer community notifications within Microsoft Teams. The new functionality allows people to get notifications for announcements in communities and @ mentions in conversations. Microsoft released the Communities app for Microsoft Teams last year, which brings Yammer communities and conversations into Teams. Once you’ve installed the Communities app onto Microsoft…
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The rumored Resident Evil 4 remake is reportedly coming in 2023

Back in April 2020, we learned that a Resident Evil 4 remake is reportedly in development, with studio M-Two leading the development efforts and aiming for a 2022 release window. Now, it appears this yet-unrevealed remake is being pushed further back. VGC reports that M-Two is having its role in the remake reduces as Capcom…
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Become fluent in American Sign Language with 75 hours of video lessons for $19.99

Source: StackCommerce Here’s a brainteaser: what language is used by upwards of half a million people, but cannot be heard? The answer is American Sign Language. Knowing ASL is valuable in many situations, and the Complete 2021 American Sign Language Master Class Bundle provides 75 hours of video lessons. You can get it today for just $19.99. If…
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Expert: Manpower is a huge cybersecurity issue in 2021

Changing threats, volume of threats, and ransomware plague organizations. Having some autonomous AI tools to help pros do their jobs can help. TechRepublic’s Karen Roby spoke with Marcus Fowler, director of strategic threat for Darktrace and former CIA officer, about ways to help cybersecurity professionals get their jobs done more easily. The following is an…
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These are all the best AMD Ryzen-powered laptops

Best AMD Ryzen Laptops Windows Central 2021 When you’re buying a new laptop, the majority of the selection in front of you will be powered by Intel processors or a combination of Intel processors and NVIDIA dedicated graphics. AMD’s Ryzen APU doesn’t find its way into nearly as many, and that’s a shame. Overall, an…
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Microsoft To Do and Android snuggle up with new shortcuts

To Do and Outlook just got a bit closer, thanks to new shortcuts. What you need to know Outlook on Android now has a shortcut to create tasks in Microsoft To Do. The new option appears in the “Other options” menu in Outlook. Microsoft To Do has a shortcut to pen tasks in Outlook. Managing…
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Linux 101: How to create a directory from the command line

If you’re new to Linux administration, Jack Wallen shows you a skill you’ll definitely need to have–creating directories from the command line interface. Hello admins, Jack Wallen here with a Linux 101-level tip. This time around we’re going to learn how to create a directory from the command line. I know, it sounds incredibly basic.…
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How to add the Picture-In-Picture extension with the Brave Browser

If you’d like to add Picture-In-Picture mode to Brave browser, Jack Wallen offers up the easiest way to enjoy that functionality. What’s Hot at TechRepublic Brave has become my go-to browser on all of my Linux desktops. It’s secure, reliable, and not full of bloat like so much of the competition. Like most modern web…
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Check out our picks for the best PC cases available right now

Building a great PC starts with the case. It’s what determines how you’ll build your new rig, what parts can be used, and how easy it’ll be. We’ve gone through some of the best PC cases to pick out a select few we feel really shine above the rest in a variety of categories. Whether…
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X’s ‘Loon’ Project Is Coming To An End Due To Unforeseen Challenges

Alphabet’s ‘loon’ the balloon service that used to go up into the stratosphere and circle globe to deliver internet service through a fleet of balloons, floating on the edge of space, to the less developed areas where the infrastructure and internet services were inadequate, is being grounded due to technological as well as commercial challenges.…
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Google Photos: How to Take out the Trash – Technipages

If you have it set up correctly, Google Photos can save every video or picture you get. Until June of this year, you can upload as many videos and pictures as you want without having to worry about a limit. When you want to do some cleaning, you erase those pictures to the Google Photos…
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Looking for cybersecurity experts? Consider hiring veterans

Veteran Michael Kassner says former military personnel might know more about cybersecurity than employers think. Read about some of the skills veterans could bring to a cybersecurity job. Image: Smederevac, Getty Images/iStockphoto Something that gladdens the hearts of cybercriminals are tech-media reports that there are not enough cybersecurity pros. For instance, in a May 2020…
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YouTube Clears the Air About the View Count and Other Functions of the Newly Introduced Short Videos

YouTube introduced it short video option in the end of last year. You may have noticed some small vertical box videos while scrolling through your YouTube home page. The full functionality for the short videos is only available in limited regions, including short camera upload option, however, the users from all around the world are…
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How to Fix Microsoft Teams Error c02901df – Technipages

Error code c02901df indicates the Microsoft Teams desktop app ran into an issue and crashed. This error usually occurs on Windows 10 computers. In some instances, the app also displays alerts such as  ‘No internet – reconnect‘ or ‘We ran into a problem. Reconnecting‘. However, the Internet connection is not the problem. If you open…
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Microsoft Airband and AirJaldi are helping close the gender gap in India

Microsoft continues its efforts to bring internet connectivity to unserved or underserved people around the world. Microsoft worked with AirJaldi to bring internet connectivity to rural India and highlights its efforts in a recent news post. AirJaldi now offers connectivity to more than 1,500 villages and 240,00 registered users from eight states across India. AirJaldi…
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PUBG Mobile 2 Available for Pre-Registration – Register Now!

The popular battle royale game, PUBG Mobile, is often seen in the news for good and bad reasons. The game is banned in India, and it’s supposed to relaunch pretty soon. The latest news seems to be a great one for PUBG Mobile lovers, as the game is expected to get a major update in…
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Samsung Galaxy A82 – Specs, Price, Mobility Arena – Mobile Phone, Smartphone, Cell Phone Reviews

We have seen a flip-up camera before in older Samsung phones, including the Galaxy A80 and Galaxy A90. There are indications that a flip-up camera is coming to the Samsung Galaxy A82. Flip-up rear cameras are particularly great for one thing – excellent selfies. Why? It is the same high-grade main camera that swings around for…
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Play the Hidden Hot Air Balloon Game on Google Play – Technipages

Who doesn’t like playing games, right? If those fun games are free, even better. Google Play has a fun and free game you can try out, but you’ll need to make sure that you’re running on the latest version of the app. How to Play the Hot Air Balloon Game on Google Play Chrome has…
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90Hz OLED screens from Samsung Display are on the way for laptops

Source: Daniel Rubino/Windows Central Samsung Display announced that it will soon mass produce 90Hz displays for laptops. The company will start producing the faster displays by the end of March 2021. Joo Sun Choi, Samsung Display CEO, states that the company will initially produce a large quantity of 14-inch 90Hz OLED displays for laptops beginning…
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40% of supply chains in multinational corporations could not cope with COVID-19 pandemic

Organizations need real-time data insights, agility, and digitalization to mitigate risk and be successful, a new report finds. Image: JJ Gouin, Getty Images/iStockphoto Supply chains in 40% of multinational corporations were unable to cope with the crisis created by the pandemic, new research reveals. The report, Real-time Intelligence and the Future of Supply Chains surveyed…
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Can I Have Different Passwords for YouTube and Gmail? – Ask Leo!

Keeping services separate is possible, perhaps just not obvious (Image: canva.com) A Google account includes Gmail, YouTube, and much more. If you want to keep those services separate, you’ll need separate Google accounts. Can I have a different password for YouTube and Gmail? I want to keep them separate. No. But yes. There’s a way…
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Buy one of these gaming PCs to play Microsoft Flight Simulator

Best Pre-Built PCs for Microsoft Flight Sim Windows Central 2021 Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 is a big hit for simulator games. The title uses real-world data streamed from the cloud to create one of the most realistic world environments available in gaming. While you don’t need an RTX 2080 Ti GPU to play it, having…
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Apple job postings give further credence to electric car rumors

The company’s Special Project Group posted more than 300 jobs for electrical engineers, road safety specialists, and those with automotive experience in 2020. Image: Conner Forrest/TechRepublic Apple’s long-rumored electric car, codenamed Project Titan, appears to be continuing to ramp up, with analytics firm GlobalData finding that the company posted over 300 jobs in 2020 “including…
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6 best VPNs for League of Legends to avoid bans

Whether you’re flying solo or team up with friends, LoL is all about competition and hard-won victory. Kape owned PIA is a powerful, well-rounded VPN that will revolutionalize your LoL experience. Boasting ultra-fast speeds and unlimited bandwidth, you will be able to slay your opponents before they can figure out what hit them. Thanks to its…
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CLAW SHOOT Bluetooth game controller supports Android, Tablets, PCs

Introducing to you is the next top-level gamer accessories for supported devices, such as Android, Tablets, TVs and TV Boxes, it is the CLAW SHOOT Bluetooth game controller. The SHOOT Bluetooth game controller is made by CLAW, and the company also added support for PCs and Laptop, all thanks to the 2.4GHz Wireless USB dongle…
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AI suggestions come to Microsoft To Do on the web

Managing a to-do list can help improve productivity, but only if you actually use it. Microsoft To Do for the web has a new feature that uses AI to suggest which tasks you should add to your day. The new feature should make it easier to make sure that all of the important things you…
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Teams: This Site Won’t Load in Your Desktop App – Technipages

If you want to quickly access a particular webpage on Microsoft Teams, you can use the Website tab. Enter the tab name, add the website address in the URL box and save the settings. Next time you want to access that website, simply click on the Website tab. You don’t need to launch any browser…
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Slack: How To Configure the Emoji Options

Configure the emoji options on Slack, so they are just the way you like it. See where you need to go on Slack to do this. The post Slack: How To Configure the Emoji Options appeared first on Technipages. This post was written by Mel Hawthorne and was first posted to Technipages

11 Best Samsung Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21+ Tips and Tricks That You Should Know

The Samsung Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21 Plus arrive with many interesting features, be it the refreshed OneUI or the gorgeous display. But at the end of the day, all the features are made for the masses and not tailor-made for you. And that’s where we step in to help you make the best of…
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Slack: How To Join Slack Calls with Your Microphone Muted

Avoid saying something embarrassing when joining a Slack call and join with your mic off. See what settings you need to change to disable your mic when joining a slack call. The post Slack: How To Join Slack Calls with Your Microphone Muted appeared first on Technipages. This post was written by Mel Hawthorne and…
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Gears 5 and Resident Evil headline February’s Xbox Games with Gold

We’re approaching February and Microsoft has revealed the lineup of free Games with Gold for next month. They include Gears 5, Resident Evil, Dandara: Trials of Fear Edition, Indiana Jones and the Emperor’s Tomb, and Lost Planet 2. All of these can be played on Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S natively…
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Xbox Live Gold prices are going up [Update]

Updated Jan. 23, 12:51 a.m. ET: Very early Saturday morning, the Xbox team announced that it would be rolling back the price hike on Xbox Live Gold following negative feedback. Prices will stay the same for Xbox Live Gold Members — $9.99 for one month, $24.99 for three months, $39.99 for six months, and $59.99…
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What Is Software Aging and Rejuvenation? – Technipages

Software aging is a process whereby the software code’s quality drops or becomes outdated leading to various technical problems. Any software or computer program is subject to an aging cycle that gradually changes its characteristics and performance for the worse. Eventually, the software becomes decrepit, and users need to upgrade to a newer version. That…
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7 best VPNs for Battlefield 4 [2021 Guide]

by Milan Stanojevic Deputy Editor Battlefield 4 is one of those games that became an instant hit upon its release. Thankfully, you will be able to enjoy it with a good VPN for BF 4 from our guide below. A VPN can help you reduce ping and keep packet loss at a minimum while playing…
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HDR support is here for the YouTube app on Xbox consoles

Source: Matt Brown | Windows Central Finally, after years of waiting, the YouTube app for Xbox supports HDR. First spotted by FlatpanelsHD, HDR support for the YouTube app will help videos pop. HDR support should work on both older consoles, like the Xbox One S and Xbox One X, as well as newer consoles like…
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What Is the Wiki Tab in Microsoft Teams? – Technipages

Microsoft Teams has plenty of interesting features that makes team collaboration as easy as a walk in the park. In this quick guide, we’re going to talk about the Wiki tab. We’ll take a quick look at its main role. And we’ll offer you some tips and tricks to help you take advantage of this…
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7 Best Ways to Fix Spotify Web Player Not Working Issue

There could be so many reasons for Spotify web app not working problem and some might be related to the browser. Others could be due to the web app itself. Let’s begin. 1. Windows N Edition Which version of Windows you have on your system? Microsoft notes that N versions don’t come with media functionalities…
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Stuck Design’s New Touchless Elevator Buttons Are Exactly What the World Needs

Stuck Design Singaporean studio Stuck Design just created Kinetic Touchless elevator buttons, sparing us all from ever having to touch one again. This is great news given how COVID-19 infections are nearing 100 million worldwide, since the virus survives on surfaces and is transferred by touch. The buttons are one of many examples of the…
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8 best red eye remover software for amazing photos

GIMP, or GNU Image Manipulation Program, is a free photo editing tool that comes with the red-eye removal software. If you are familiar with Photoshop, then you can easily use GIMP’s sophisticated editing tools to create stunning and visually appealing photos in your library. However, it requires some extra skills or time to understand and…
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Canalys Report Predicts That Cybersecurity Will Demonstrate An Estimated 10 Percent Growth In 2021

A study published by Canalys states that spending on cybersecurity is projected to increase by 10% across 2021. The study, labelled a global cybersecurity forecast for 2021, really puts into perspective the importance online security is being given nowadays. This seems to be arising from a healthy mix of businesses and corporations relying on online…
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8 best VPNs for Fortnite to improve ping and packet loss

by Milan Stanojevic Deputy Editor Fortnite is one of the popular Windows PC games developed by Epic Games and is currently enjoyed by millions of players worldwide. If you really want to unleash your survival instincts, you shouldn’t miss out on any important features because of geo-restrictions. You can easily use a trustworthy VPN to…
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24 new themes for Edge roll out alongside major update

Microsoft rolled out Edge 88 yesterday, which includes several new features. Since this month is the one-year “birthday” of the new version of Microsoft Edge, the update to version 88 is rather large. It includes new features, updated icons and context menus, and even brings better battery life thanks to support for Sleeping Tabs. We…
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Here are the top 10 classic LucasArts Games that need to come back

Source: Steam LucasArts Games is back, but with a brand new look and name under Lucasfilm Games. It may seem like a small thing to be excited about, but the implications of what this may bring are something to get excited about. It shows that Lucasfilm is ready to take things to the next level…
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Build your battlestation with Razer’s gaming gear down to low prices today

Best Buy has the deal of the day today. Save huge on a dozen pieces of Razer gaming gear. We’re talking about some of the best Razer has to offer and some of the lowest prices we’ve seen. For example, you can get the Razer DeathAdder V2 Pro wireless gaming mouse for just $99.99. That’s…
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Alphabet Permanently Grounds Loon, the Internet Balloon Company

Alphabet Alphabet, the parent company behind Google, is shutting down its Internet company dubbed Loon. In case you missed it, the idea behind Loon was to send hot air balloons to low-income areas to broadcast affordable internet service. Unfortunately, the idea never really took flight (pun intended), and the company says it will “begin winding…
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10 best business card design software [+Bonus tools]

Another great application that can help you create business cards is Business Card Studio Deluxe. According to the developer, the application is simple to use and you can create your own business card in a matter of minutes. The application has more than 10000 templates available, so you can create your unique business card with…
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The Honor View 40 5G Says Hello World, Goodbye Huawei

Honor could reintroduce itself to the global market with the new View 40 5G. Honor Honor has unveiled the View 40 5G, the brand’s first phone since splitting from Huawei, its former parent company. The flagship device boasts a MediaTek Dimensity 1000 Plus chipset, GPU Turbo X gaming optimization, and global 5G compatibility. It could…
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The new Microsoft Edge browser will warn you if your password has been leaked online

The new Edge 88 browser includes tough new security features, including a password generator and a tool for monitoring whether your login details have been exposed to the dark web. Edge 88 began rolling out on 21 January. Image: Microsoft Microsoft Edge 88 is rolling out to users in the Stable channel alongside some new…
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How to add VPN to Kodi [Best choices for Windows 10]

Hotspot Shield is a VPN with a user base of more than 500 million. This VPN has both free and premium versions for Windows, Android, iOS, and Mac platforms. The freeware Hotspot Shield VPN software includes ads and selects locations for you. The annual Elite Subscription Plan is currently available at $5.99 per month. Hotspot…
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Microsoft patent shows tech to create chatbots of dead people

In one of the more bizarre stories that we’ll cover this week, a Microsoft Patent recently emerged for technology that could be used to create chatbots of dead people (via The Independent). The technology would use content such as “images, voice data, social media posts, [and] electronic messages” to create a chatbot that simulates a…
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5 cybersecurity preparedness tips from two attorneys

Cybersecurity bad actors are taking advantage of the COVID-19 pandemic and attacking businesses. Follow these best practices for protecting your organization before a security attack. Image: syahrir maulana, Getty Images/iStockphoto Technical advice on how to avoid falling victim to a coronavirus-based digital scam is everywhere; sadly, it does not seem to be helping. Knowing that,…
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How to convert multiple images into PDF

As we mentioned, you can create an image gallery in PDF out of your regular images, for easier sharing, or simply more practical storage. Unlike some other actions, like taking a PDF screenshot, or creating a custom Live Tile, Microsoft’s latest operating system actually has the ability to convert multiple images into a single PDF…
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What Is the Google Store?

If you’re interested in Google products, you may have stumbled upon the Google Store. This is the place where Google sells its own products, but it wasn’t always like that. The Google Store has an interesting history. The Google Store Started as a Tab The “Devices” tab now goes to the Google Store Google’s first…
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4 best VPNs for Popcorn Time streaming [that actually work]

by Aleksandar Ognjanovic Troubleshooting Expert If you’re wondering whether you should or not use a VPN for streaming content on Popcorn Time, the answer is simple: YES! Check out our detailed explanations below and make sure you pick out the best VPN tool to protect your privacy and unblock your favorite shows. You can also…
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These Microsoft tools help you reduce, remove or lock down admin access to improve security

The SolarWinds compromise means you can no longer put off privileged account management. A successful privileged access strategy needs to limit the pathways to privileged access, and then protect and monitor those authorised pathways. Image: Microsoft It’s not news that the extra privileges on admin accounts make them a target for attackers, and one reason…
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LG May Say Goodbye To The Smartphone World Soon

They have been reporting losses for six years now and it seems like LG has finally given up on the idea of becoming a key player in the smartphone world. First reported by The Korea Herald, the decision to shut down started to make rounds within the company after LG CEO Kwon Bong-seok emailed the…
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Trump’s Financial Disclosure Report Suggest That First Mac Pro Was Given To Him By Tim Cook

No one can doubt Donald Trump’s love for Tim Apple (as he used to call Tim Cook with that nick) But do you know that the love was also reciprocated by the CEO of Apple as according to the former President of the United States, he didn’t only give Trump the opportunity to boast about…
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7 best VPNs to use Plex with remote access from anywhere

by Milan Stanojevic Deputy Editor If you have a lot of media you want to access remotely from all your devices, you should be familiar with Plex. Unfortunately, not all content is readily accessible using Plex, so you’ll need to use a trustworthy VPN for this job. Using a VPN can easily circumvent a lot…
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Bosses are using monitoring software to keep tabs on working at home. Privacy rules aren’t keeping up

Professionals union Prospect warned that the UK was at risk of ‘sleepwalking into a world of surveillance’ as more businesses turn to digital tools to keep tabs on remote workers. The use of remote-monitoring software increased in 2020 as people began working from home. Image: scyther5 The UK government is facing calls to urgently update…
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Uncertified Android Devices Might Lose Access to Google Messages

A lot of people think that any device that uses the Android operating system is going to be classified as an Android device. The only problem with this line of thinking is that it’s not even close to reality. For a device to officially be considered an Android device, it needs to be certified by…
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How to Delist Your Facebook Profile From Search Engines

dennizn/Shutterstock Facebook allows search engines like Google to index your profile and publicly available information. But if you don’t want people to be able to look up your social profile outside of Facebook, you can choose to delist it. Here’s how. First, head over to Facebook’s website using your Windows 10, Mac, or Linux desktop browser…
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Fresh Reads: 12 Great Books Arriving in February 2021

Delacorte Press/Celadon Books/Ace February is the month to fall in love, and we’ve got a dozen books we think will be a perfect match for you! Whether you’re dying to geek out over some intriguing nonfiction or looking for a warm-and-fuzzy romantic comedy, there’s something for everything among the most anticipated titles hitting bookshelves this…
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40 Useful Tools to Manage and Grow Your Blog (Updated)

Readers often ask us what tools we use to manage and grow our WordPress blogs. We have listed some of them in our WPBeginner Blueprint, but there are some more that we use on our different projects. In this article, we’ll share our list of 40 useful blogging tools to manage and grow your blog.…
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What’s the Newest iPhone?

Apple has released over 20 models of iPhones since the original iPhone launched all the way back in 2007. But it isn’t always easy to figure out which iPhone is the latest to come out or which new model you should upgrade to. No worries, you can use this handy guide to see the latest…
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Facebook’s Account Quality Dashboard Gets New Account Issues Tab Added To It

Facebook’s Business Manager recently got a revamp to their Account Quality dashboard, allowing page admins and support staff to better grapple with any potential issues with their platform. As reported by social media guru Matt Navarra, the social network’s introducing a Recent Account Issues interface, which revolves around allowing users more insight into their online…
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5 best software for calligraphy

by Vlad Turiceanu Editor-in-Chief Looking for a way to make your project truly stand out from the crowd? Digital calligraphy can be the answer you are seeking.  Creating unique custom fonts that emulate handwriting has never been easier thanks to the dedicated calligraphy tools. One of the most popular lettering software with many more features…
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6 best video recording apps & software for Windows 10

by Matthew Adams Windows & Software Expert Video recording software for Windows 10 are simplistic in that they do precisely what their name says, record videos. However, if you are looking for the best video recording app for Windows 10, check our top list below. To add great filters to your video, you could use…
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5 best brochure design software [Templates Included]

SmartDraw is a very useful and interesting brochure design software that will help you create truly amazing brochures and flyers. Creating brochures to promote your business or events has never been easier. You can design the layout of your brochures and start printing them in minutes. There are many brochure design templates that you can…
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How to Start an Encrypted Secret Chat in Telegram

Khamosh Pathak Unlike Signal, Telegram chats aren’t end-to-end encrypted. You only get server-side encryption by default. But if you want full encryption, you need to enter a separate Secret Chat mode. Here’s how to start an encrypted Secret Chat in Telegram. What Is Secret Chat in Telegram? When it comes to security and privacy, Telegram…
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10 Best Song Identifier Apps For Android in 2021

With the arrival of smartphones in our lives, it is all over to stay with the desire to know what song is playing on the radio, television, or locality. Today, our smartphone can tell us in just a few seconds the title and singer of the song we are listening to, and for this, we…
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4 best professional Blue Screen of Death fixer utilities

Topping out our list is a software tool that can be considered a full package in terms of PC repair and optimization. This program is perfectly capable of running a deep scan of your Windows system and then finding and automatically fixing system software problems that are causing those Blue Screens. This is achieved thanks…
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Vivo Y31 Launched With Snapdragon 662 SoC, Triple Rear Cameras – Mobility Arena – Mobile Phone, Smartphone, Cell Phone Reviews

Vivo Y31 has launched in India as the newest addition to the company’s growing portfolio of Y-series smartphones. It follows the launch of the Y31s, which offers 5G support and the newest Snapdragon 480 SoC. This new entrant brings triple rear cameras and has the Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 SoC under the hood. The dual-SIM (Nano)…
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How to See Which iPhone Apps Can View Your Photos

On an iPhone, photos are a huge potential privacy leak. They include not only visual information but also metadata that might reveal your location or when the photo was taken, among other facts. Luckily, it’s easy to see which apps have access to your photos and even revoke access if necessary. Here’s how. First, open…
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How to Use printf in Bash

Shutterstock/gilangtristiano Text formatting is an interesting topic, especially when it comes to Bash. Whilst there are many tools for text formatting, printf is unique and universal. Learn all about printf in Bash to format your text just the right way! Using printf in Bash C++ and other developers will already be familiar with printf as…
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Apple says that the AR headsets will now be able to use Face ID to identify the players properly

No one would be lying if they say that Apple at the moment has one of the most popular and largest AR platforms in the world. AR, abbreviation for Augmented Reality is something which carries out a stream of endless and eye catching experience that very easily blends the virtual objects with the real world.…
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5 best hat design software to start your own designer line

by Milan Stanojevic Deputy Editor The easiest way to start designing hats is to use specialized design software that enables you to use different templates. It is very important that the hat designing software you choose focuses more on letting you create than tweaking the software. One of our suggestions that you can use to…
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Google Calendars’ Desktop Version Is Once Again Featuring An Offline Mode, After Temporarily Retiring It A Few Years Prior

Google Calendars’ desktop version will again be accessible offline for the Google userbase, after this very feature was removed back in 2018. If this author is to be honest, the removal of that very feature was probably not the best move that Google pulled. In 2018, Calendar’s desktop UI received a rather hefty set of…
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Telegram gained an additional 25 million new users in 72 hours

In 72 hours, the cloud-based instant messaging software and application service, Telegram gained an additional 25 million new users and has successfully surpassed 500 million active users in the first week of January. Telegram company’s CEO and Founder Pavel Durov announced the good news via a blog post. “This is a significant increase compared to…
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6 best video cartoonizer software [2021 Guide]

Ziggeo Cartoon Effect can help you turn your videos into cartoon really easily. The software is able to automatically cartoonize your videos with a simple click via its automatic Video Effect Converter. The Cartoon effect is an Instagram like video filter that will transform your videos into cartoon-like videos. Check out the most impressive features…
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What is Semantic Versioning?

Semantic versioning is a formal convention for determining the version number of new software releases. The standard helps software users to understand the severity of changes in each new distribution. A project that uses semantic versioning will advertise a Major, Minor and Patch number for each release. The version string 1.2.3 indicates a major version…
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No Such Thing as Endgame: Searching for a “Perfect” Keyboard

Thedavidpen/Shutterstock.com I jumped on the mechanical keyboard bandwagon the way a lot of people do, with a discounted Razer Blackwidow. That was six years ago. I honestly can’t tell you how many keyboards I’ve bought and built since then, because a lot of them have been deconstructed, “cannibalized” for parts to put into other keyboards.…
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6 best Blue Snowball microphone software [2021 Guide]

by Milan Stanojevic Deputy Editor Blue Snowball is the standard when it comes to USB mics. Pair yours with the best audio editing software from our guide below and deliver your music track to the entire world. Adobe Audition is a great software choice, that pairs seamlessly with your Blue microphone. Check out our blue…
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3 Best Flash Supported Web Browsers for iPhone in 2021

For those who don’t know, Adobe Flash is a multimedia software program used for the production of animations, Rich web applications, mobile apps, games, and embedded web browser video players. If you have been reading tech news regularly, you might know that Adobe had officially ended Flash Player on December 31, 2020. All web browsers…
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The Children’s Charity NSPCC is putting pressure on Facebook to restart a program to scan the private chats where there is any sign of child abuse

The cases of child abuse are increasing day by day in America and Europe, in which the culprits are uploading videos on the social media platform. They use threats and physically harm the children. Social media is the platform where there are a greater number of teenagers. So, supervision is a must thing to do…
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5 Best software to combine PDF files

This is very easy to use and fast online tool that doesn’t have a great range of features that the previous software options do, but it still does its job perfectly. You can find other useful tools on the same website, like modules that allow you to convert your PDF files to DOC, DOCX, Text,…
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Top 10 Best Manga Reading Websites Online for FREE 2021

Due to this pandemic, everyone has been forced to sit inside their homes to protect themselves and their loved ones from contacting the COVID-19 virus. However, our brain requires some activity to keep it occupied and to stay positive during these difficult times. Here we have listed the top 10 best manga websites to read…
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Instagram Head Admits That Its Reels Feature Is Inferior To TikTok

Adam Mosseri of Instagram renown is, in his own words, “unhappy” with Reels, conceding that TikTok still prospers as the superior platform. Mosseri, the current head of Instagram, recently sat down with The Verge is delivering a rather raw honesty that isn’t typical of large corporations. This concession to TikTok’s might, however, is very much…
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