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Day: January 26, 2021

How To Tell if You’re Using Universal Apps or Not With Apple’s – Technipages

At WWDC ’20, Apple shocked the world and officially announced the transition from Intel. This had been rumored for years, but the time finally came for the company to begin using its own processor in the Mac. Known as the M1, this is ushering a new wave of power, speed, and efficiency that has to…
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How To Set up Fitbit on Your Android Phone – Technipages

It’s hard to argue with the popularity of Fitbit, as the company provides arguably the best fitness trackers or smartwatches for those who use both Android and iOS. Fitbit works seamlessly with both platforms, making it the de-facto choice for many. Even with the recent acquisition by Google, Fitbit will continue to operate autonomously, at…
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Google releases alarming report about North Korean hackers posing as security analysts

Google said the attackers were targeting security researchers by using fake LinkedIn and Twitter profiles and asking to collaborate. Image: iStock/iBrave Google unveiled a new report from its Threat Analysis Group on Monday highlighting the work of a group of cyberattackers associated with the government of North Korea that sought to impersonate cybersecurity researchers in…
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Xbox FY21 Q2 revenue surges 51% with Xbox Series X, Series S launch

Source: Matt Brown | Windows Central Microsoft has unveiled its second-quarter earnings for its 2021 fiscal year, reporting revenue once again on the rise to $43.1 billion. That also couples with continued success for its gaming properties, pushing total revenue up 51% year-over-year, and steady growth across the fundamentals of its Xbox brand. It attributes…
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Apple’s Next Operating System Won’t Support iPhone 6S, SE

Apple is well known for making its older phones obsolete periodically, and while this is the sort of thing that a lot of other manufacturers tend to do Apple tends to be a little more trigger happy in this regard. The latest example of this sort of thing can be seen with a report that…
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IoT is especially useful in healthcare, but interoperability remains a challenge

Non-standardized, disparate data make using IoT sensors difficult to manage. Here are three things you can do to help. Image: iStock/jadamprostore From tele-health appointments to take-home health monitors, the Internet of Things (IoT) is heavily used in healthcare. But all that data builds up and can remain in silos.  SEE: TechRepublic Premium editorial calendar: IT…
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Forrester report highlights colocation and data center trends in the remote work era

The report focuses on market consolidation, the influence of data gravity, power-saving programs, interconnectivity, and more. Image: iStock/ty cgi stock Due to the coronavirus pandemic, organizations around the globe have transitioned to remote work models. To support a remote infrastructure and empower virtual collaboration, many organizations have leveraged cloud-based solutions and colocation capabilities. On Jan.…
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A Valentine’s Day gift guide for the tech lover

This Valentine’s Day, gifting can be all about enhancing your partner’s life, but with these new tech items, you’ll benefit, too. Image: iStock/Anastasiia Yanishevska Most people are likely to still be in quarantine during Valentine’s Day this year. Yes, it’s a manufactured holiday, but these days, we’ll use all the special days of love we…
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Windows 10 not detecting your second monitor? Try these fixes.

On Windows 10, adding a second monitor is a great way to expand the visual real estate to operate multiple apps and play games on your laptop or desktop computer. Although connecting an external display is typically a straightforward process, sometimes, Windows 10 may not detect older displays or second monitors due to outdated drivers…
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Internet outage hits Verizon Fios customers on the East Coast

Many customers reported Tuesday that they couldn’t get online, and the culprit could be a cut fiber optic cable in Brooklyn. Image: DownDetector A major Internet outage is affecting a large number of Verizon Fios customers on the East Coast, preventing them from accessing key websites and apps. SEE: Managing the multicloud (ZDNet/TechRepublic special feature) | Download the…
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Lords of the West expansion now available for Age of Empires II: Definitive Edition

The Lords of the West downloadable content is available now on PC for Age of Empires II: Definitive Edition, which you can get through the Microsoft Store and Steam. It includes two new civilizations – Burgundian and Sicilian – in three new fully-voiced campaigns and 16 new achievements. Xbox Game Pass members can use their member discount…
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Ericsson launches 5G slicing solution to power customized services

This capability allows telecom providers to deliver multiple use cases on a single physical infrastructure including machine-to-machine communication and streaming content. RAN slicing secures the allocation of limited radio resources to support service level agreement fulfillment for the associated user equipment and services, as described in a white paper from Ericsson. Image: Ericsson Ericsson announced…
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The best yokes for Microsoft Flight Simulator 2021

Source: Matt Brown | Windows Central Best Yokes for Flight Simulator Windows Central 2021 Microsoft Flight Simulator returns with global revival, packing together mapping data, artificial intelligence, and its cloud empire for a disruptive entry to the genre. Picking up a yoke provides a considerable leap over piloting with a standard joystick, especially when looking…
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How to Increase Privacy and Security on Firefox – Technipages

Do you like to feel safe when you’re online? Who doesn’t, right? You might already use anti-virus to keep the online threats away, but you can still do some more. By making a few changes here and there, you can make Firefox even more secure. Keep reading to what those changes are. There are quite…
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Top 5 things to know about the state of 5G

5G is the next big wave in mobile technology. Tom Merritt lists five things to know about the state of 5G. 5G isn’t new anymore–it’s here. It’s in phones, and it’s deployed. So, how is 5G doing so far? VPNMentor collected available information about 5G deployments worldwide from its own research arm along with SpeedTest,…
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Slack: How To Rename a Channel – Technipages

Over time, the purpose of channels in Slack can evolve as the needs of the business, team, or project change. This can mean that channels then end up with names and descriptions that just don’t match their intended purpose anymore. Similarly, if a team name changes for business reasons, the channel name would then become…
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Releasing Windows Feature Experience Pack 120.2212.2020.0 to the Beta Channel

Hello Windows Insiders, Today, we are releasing Windows Feature Experience Pack 120.2212.2020.0 to Windows Insiders in the Beta Channel. This update includes the following improvements: We are improving the reliability of screen snipping experience, especially with apps that access the clipboard often. Additionally, we are removing the capability to copy and paste a screen snip…
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Block 99% of robocalls and spam texts instantly with two years of RoboKiller for $50

Source: StackCommerce If you are sick of answering calls from machines, you might want to try RoboKiller. Available on iOS and Android, this app automatically blocks spam calls and text messages. Right now, you can get a two-year subscription for just $49.99. Automated calls have become a major problem in recent years. If the wrong company gets…
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Forester’s New Study Can’t Settle on One Side Due To Contrasting Behaviors of Gen Z

Any person who lived a century before couldn’t have believed that it could be possible to shop while sitting at home. But the generation z is all about online shopping and social media. So, the recent study says that more than half of the people from ages 18 to 23 tend to research the product…
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How to quickly block spam SMS in Android

Jack Wallen shows you how easy it is to block and report spam SMS messages on the Android platform. Image: iStockphoto/Kritchanut Spam–it’s everywhere. In our inboxes, in our mailboxes, in our phones, LinkedIn, Messenger, Twitter…you name it and you’ll find unsolicited missives from people and companies you really don’t want to hear from. Although most…
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Gymnast Katelyn Ohashi goes head-to-head against the Surface Duo

Katelyn Ohashi stars in a new commercial for the Surface Duo. This is the second ad that Ohashi has featured in showing off the Surface Duo. The first ad shows Ohashi and the Surface Duo working together. This latest add shows Ohashi and the Surface Duo flipping around and showing off their flexibility in a…
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How to Fix Skype Recording Error 0xc00d36c4 – Technipages

Your media player may sometimes fail to play Skype recordings. When this happens, users often get the following error message: “This file isn’t playable. That might be because the file type is unsupported, the file extension is incorrect, or the file is corrupt. 0xc00d36c4“. Fix Error 0xc00d36c4 on Windows 10 Download the Recording From the…
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Xperia Compact 2021: First Look! – Mobility Arena – Mobile Phone Specs & Smartphone Reviews

I am a lover of compact smartphones. The rest of the world want their phones as big as possible, but that’s their business. Sony Mobile has the Xperia Compact 2021 for those of us who like them small. Sony has been the number one champion of compact smartphones. For a while, it looked like they…
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How to make your tech budget ready for 2021 and beyond

Fine-tuning an IT budget to weather the challenges of tomorrow is a tricky art. Learn insights on how to plan for and address the hot topics in 2021. Image: iStock/jadamprostore Whether you work in technology management, in the trenches as a subject matter expert (SME), or individual contributor, it’s important to have a good level…
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Slack: How to Archive a Channel – Technipages

Occasionally in Slack, you may no longer need a channel for one reason or another. In this scenario, you could permanently delete the channel and lose all of the messages it contains. Alternatively, you can archive the channel instead. Archiving a channel prevents people from sending new messages, disables any apps installed in the channel,…
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AMD Ryzen 5000 H-Series laptops are available starting today

The first wave of laptops with AMD’s Ryzen 5000 H-Series mobile processors are available starting today. The processors are built on AMD’s Zen 3 architecture and are built to deliver solid gaming performance in a portable form factor. Several laptop makers have already announced devices with the new Ryzen 5000 H-Series chips inside, including ASUS,…
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Chrome Remote Desktop is good, like, REALLY good, on Windows 10

Source: Windows Central It’s been a while since I needed to do any real amount of remote desktop use, after all, I work from home and have an office filled with my equipment. But the current situation of also having to juggle working with entertaining and schooling children at home on a daily basis means…
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Google’s new zero trust product is completely cloud native

BeyondCorp Enterprise is a scalable, agentless, end-to-end zero trust platform that lives entirely within Chrome Enterprise. Image: Google.com Google Cloud has announced the general availability of its new zero trust security product, BeyondCorp Enterprise, a scalable, agentless, end-to-end zero trust platform that lives entirely within Chrome Enterprise. BeyondCorp Enterprise extends the features of, and replaces,…
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Is Oracle Linux a valid replacement for CentOS?

Jack Wallen took on the task of kicking the tires of Oracle Linux to see if it’s a worthy replacement for CentOS. The end result might surprise you. Image: Oracle By now you’re probably suffering from CentOS exposure–it’s been all over the place. Every day, someone is writing about what Red Hat did to the…
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Update Your iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch Now to Patch a Critical Security Flaw

Apple In a surprising admission, Apple says it’s sending out an update for iOS and iPadOS to fix vulnerabilities that hackers are actively abusing. According to Apple, the bugs allowed remote actors to “cause arbitrary code execution,” which is a serious issue. You should update your devices to iOS and iPadOS 14.4 as soon as…
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Twitter’s Birdwatch feature is now available on Windows 10

A major update is rolling out to Twitter across major platforms, including the progressive web app (PWA) that powers the Twitter app on Windows 10. The update includes support for Birdwatch, the community-driven feature for addressing misleading information. Support for the new Carousel ad format, improvements to DMs, and several other new features are also…
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How to Send Disappearing Messages On Signal Private Messenger

A few months ago, Facebook introduced a new feature known as ‘Disappearing Messages.’ Although it had taken a while for Facebook to bring the disappearing messages feature to WhatsApp, Signal Private Messenger has this feature almost since the beginning. Signal Private Messenger seems to be the best instant messaging app for Android and iOS right…
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Looking for free cloud training? Check out the AWS Dev Hour on Twitch and learn to build an app

Expert trainers will build a full stack application in the AWS cloud using the AWS Free Tier during the new eight-week show. Image: Prostock-Studio, Getty Images/iStockphoto If you’re looking for a way to get hands-on experience with building cloud apps, tune in to the AWS Dev Hour: Building Modern Applications on the streaming platform Twitch.…
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Telegram vs Signal: Which WhatsApp Alternative Is Better

WhatsApp’s new privacy policy has created quite a stir. That’s why most folks are looking at Signal and Telegram as the alternative. You can find out which is a better alternative to WhatsApp in this post. Both Telegram and Signal empathizes to protect user privacy and security. Their approach is different. Let’s understand the difference…
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Despite gains, Dropbox is laying off 11% of its staff: The change to remote work may be to blame

Dropbox added over a million new customers then cut staff. Companies may be re-evaluating their office management strategy. Image: iStock/SeventyFour When Dropbox announced on Jan. 13 it was laying off 315 people even though Q3 revenues and operating income were showing healthy growth, it seemed oxymoronic: Don’t more revenues mean the company would need to add personnel?…
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Privacy budgets soared in 2020, doubling to an average of $2.4 million

93% of organizations turned to privacy teams to help navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, a new Cisco report finds. Image: Cisco Data privacy has become a top area of responsibility for security professionals, and 34% of respondents to a survey indicated privacy is one of their core competencies and responsibilities. Ahead of Data Privacy Day on…
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Gmail: Be Careful with This Message – Technipages

Gmail may sometimes suggest you should be careful with a particular message. Or it may prompt your recipients to be careful with the emails you sent them. Let’s try to decipher why Gmail advises users to be careful with certain emails. The main reason why Gmail pops up this alert is that it could not…
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Can’t get a GPU? This guy built a mining rig in the back of his BMW i8.

It’s still night impossible to locate a GPU. I’m not talking about the best graphic card either, but any GPU. Need a graphics card for 1080p gaming? You’re also out of luck unless you plan on parting with upwards of $550 for a GTX 1660 SUPER. That’s right, $550 (the same price as a GeForce…
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Alienware and Team Liquid renew 10-year partnership

Alienware and Team Liquid announced that they will renew their longstanding partnership. The organizations have worked together for 10 years, which is the longest gaming hardware partnership in esports history, according to the organizations. Over the last 10 years, Alienware has supported Team Liquid in several key areas, including help with gaming PCs, monitors, headsets,…
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Going all-in on crypto mining? These are the best GPUs for you.

Source: Harish Jonnalagadda / Windows Central Best GPU for crypto mining Windows Central 2021 Cryptocurrency mining is an intensive process, and you’ll be running your rig at high load for long periods of time. As such, things like power draw become crucial, not just the outright power of the best graphics card. The RTX 3080,…
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6 Best Ways to Restore Google Chrome Icon on Windows 10

Start Menu in Windows 10 allows you to access the installed apps. You can create app shortcuts on the desktop or pin them to the taskbar to quickly launch them. Many users also complain the Google Chrome often disappears after updating or gets deleted accidentally. This post will guide you in restoring the Google Chrome…
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The New Windows 10X OS Will Introduce Anti-Theft Measures To Windows Products Upon Launch

Windows 10X will be featuring an “anti-theft protection” system, via which users can protect their Microsoft devices from factory resets, in case of theft. Windows 10 recently surpassed its goal of reaching a billion different desktops in 2020, and has firmly established itself as the current definitive Windows OS. Clearly, this means that now is…
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The best Android tablets around can now be a second screen to your PC

Source: Joe Maring / Windows Central The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 and Galaxy Tab S7+ already top our sister site Android Central’s list of the best Android Tablets. Now, with the rollout of One UI 3.0, the tablets are even better options for people who also have a Windows 10 PC. One of the many…
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Bad actors launched an unprecedented wave of DDoS attacks in 2020

Cybersecurity firm Akamai said in a report that COVID-19 and a newfound reliance on digital tools prompted a spike. Igor Stevanovic, Getty Images/iStockphoto For many enterprises, 2020 was a tough year for cyberattacks, with dozens suffering from devastating DDoS attacks due to the newfound reliance on digital tools, according to a new report from cybersecurity…
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Here’s everything we know about the next Surface Laptop ‘4’

Earlier this month, Microsoft launched the Surface Pro 7+, an updated Surface Pro 7 with newer Intel 11th Gen processors, more RAM, and an LTE variant built specifically for commercial markets. In the last two years, a new Surface Pro has often been announced alongside a new Surface Laptop, but that didn’t happen this year.…
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Veritas Technologies adds Flex Scale to NetBackup9 for scale-out functionality

The data protection company’s latest delivers new features on a simplified platform to provide customers with additional choice for deployment across edge, core, and cloud. Image: iStock/kentoh NetBackup9 customers wanted developer Veritas Technologies to develop a new tool for those “operating demanding multicloud data centers with heterogeneous environments that require a data protection platform without…
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8 Best Apps for Samsung Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21 Plus

Samsung’s newest flagships are out, and thanks to the clever combination of hardware and software specs, the Samsung Galaxy S21 and the S21 Plus are great out of the box. But if you ask us, the pre-installed apps are never enough to get the most out of your phone. Sure the casual ones (yes, Instagram,…
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Governors hear about the dangers of a lackluster cybersecurity response, need for FBI coordination

At a national summit, Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards said before his state could test a cyberattack plan, five schools were hit with ransomware. lucky-photographer, Getty Images/iStockphoto States across the country are increasingly realizing that more needs to be done to prepare in advance of cyberattacks, according to Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards, who spoke…
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Best Monitors for Xbox Series X, Series S 2021

While gaming consoles traditionally pair with a TV, opting for a monitor has unique benefits. They make great desktop solutions, often delivering high-quality visuals in smaller screen sizes, sliding beside any PC in the home office. And with the rise of 4K HDR content steadily extending to PC monitors, they are viable across all price…
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Instagram Bring About Changes in the “Collab” Sticker which it Tested Last Year

Instagram recently introduced new updates in the “collab” sticker which it developed last year. Instagram brings about changes and updates in its features frequently making sure the app is a fun and safe space for the users. Recently we heard the news about an update in the newly introduced sticker on the story section of…
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The Razer Basilisk Ultimate wireless gaming mouse is $30 off today

The Razer Basilisk Ulitmate wireless gaming mouse with its own charging dock is on sale for $139.99 at Amazon. This is a $30 discount over the mouse’s regular price and one of the best deals we’ve seen considering it usually goes on sale for $20 off, not $30. For example, it’s on sale at Best…
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LEGO’s VIDIYO Music Video App for Kids is Basically BrickTok

LEGO LEGO fans have been using the toys to make stop-motion animation for decades—there are even official sets and tools that lean into that. But now LEGO is hoping for more mainstream appeal with VIDIYO, a combination of toys and AR video that lets you create your own music videos. Or more likely, lots and…
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5 best software for game animation to use right now

by Milan Stanojevic Deputy Editor Achieving realistic effects for your games or animations is possible with the best game animation software. With plenty of features, Adobe’s tool among others is one of the best video game animation software. 3ds Max allows you to create stunning effects and graphics, likewise the other apps presented. If you…
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How to mine crypto and earn money on your gaming PC in 7 steps

Source: Rich Edmonds / Windows Central NiceHash is a handy service that allows you to sell others your PC hardware to mine cryptocurrency. It’s possible to join mining pools to combine computing power and earn some Bitcoin in return by running this software. You can quite easily. Products used in this guide How to set…
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IT leaders see outsourcing cybersecurity as one solution to increased attacks

A new survey from Syntax found that many decision-makers are not happy with their existing security tools. A survey of 500 IT decision makers found that leaders are concerned about cloud security but aren’t planning to spend budget dollars to address that. Image: Syntax IT leaders are turning to outsourced cybersecurity support in response to…
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You can now install YouTube as a progressive web app

YouTube is now a progressive web app (PWA), making it easier to “install” on your computer. The change was first spotted by 9to5Google and is a small improvement to the YouTube experience within a browser. At this time, the change to a PWA doesn’t include any meaningful features, apart from the ability to “install” YouTube…
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FIX: This document enabled extended features in Adobe Reader

Adobe Acrobat Reader is one of their most popular programs and by far the world’s most popular PDF reader, thanks to the simplicity and the feature richness it brings. Nevertheless, some users have been experiencing issues with Adobe Reader, and they have discussed this issue on the Adobe Support Community forums: I have filled up a…
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Facebook Questions New Types Of “Why” When You Try to Hide Timeline Ads

Scrolling through socials and lazing around has been an active part in this quarantine. There is not much to do even if some people decided to bring out the inner Picasso majority has retorted towards social media as a means to pass their time considering there not much to do in this lockdown. Social Media…
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Can’t escape work? Politicians want to give you a right to log off

The European Parliament is calling for an EU-wide law giving workers a right to disengage from work-related tasks outside of office hours. European politicians want to give remote workers a fundamental right to disengage from work. Image: filistimlyanin, Getty Images/iStockphoto European leaders have been urged to pass a new EU-wide law that grants remote workers…
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OtterBox’s Xbox gaming accessories now available for preorder

Source: OtterBox What you need to know OtterBox’s new mobile gaming accessories are available for preorder. The accessories are designed to improve the mobile gaming experience for Xbox and smartphones. OtterBox first previewed its gaming accessories at CES 2021. OtterBox is known best for its rugged phone cases and accessories, but the company recently announced…
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Alexa Guard Plus Listens for Intruders (And Barks At Them)

Good boy! Amazon By default, all Echo smart speakers include a feature called Alexa Guard, which can alert you to the sound of broken glass or smoke alarms. But the free Alexa Guard feels quite small now that Amazon is rolling out Alexa Guard Plus, a premium security service that gives you intruder alerts, hands-free…
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8 best vector graphics software for Windows 10

Unlike other tools on our list, this application is a vector graphics software, but it also works with raster graphics. According to the developer, the application offers fast and non-destructive editing that doesn’t use too much of your resources. The tool offers photo-enhancing features, and you can easily change brightness, contrast, saturation and other options.…
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Wink Is Down Again, Hopefully For Good

Wink/Josh Hendrickson Wink, the smart home hub company, is down. That includes cloud controls, voice assistant controls, and even Wink’s website and email support. It’s a pretty bad look for a company that mandated monthly fees just six months ago on the promise of stability. Maybe this time it will die for good, which would be better for…
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How to Change the Default Search Engine on Chrome

Google develops the Chrome browser, but you don’t have to use Google’s search engine with it. You can choose from any number of search engines and make them the default. We’ll show you how to do it. Chrome, on all platforms, including Windows 10, Mac, Linux, Android, iPhone, and iPad, has the ability to change…
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Art on the Cheap: The Wacom One Drawing Tablet Now Works with Chromebooks

Wacom Chromebooks are great, but they do get the short end of the stick when it comes to accessories. The lack of installable drivers means that you can’t use much more than the basics, like flash drives, mice, and cameras. But Wacom has announced that its One tablet is the first graphics pad to work…
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Free Download Latest BlueStacks for Windows PC

BlueStacks 4 hits the market as the most powerful device for playing Android games on the PC. Its mechanics are quite simple and easy to understand. With this incredible program it is possible to use the full potential of your computer to run your favorite games very efficiently. Do you want to have a more practical idea about…
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10 Apps To Capture Photos Of Intruders On Your Android Device in 2021

It doesn’t matter if you are using a PIN, Password, or Pattern Lock. Someone with excellent skills can still get into your smartphone. In the case of phone theft, the thief will try their best to break your password protection. At that time, apps that capture photos of intruders could be useful. There are many…
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Google Meet’s Open redirects can lead the user to a spoof website where they may become victims of phishing

Security researchers have recently pointed out a vulnerability in Google Meet URL redirection feature that can lead users to spoof domains and become victims of cybercrime. Sean Wright, a cybersecurity researcher has mentioned in his blog that the problem arises during Google Meet sessions when users are redirected by Google to follow a URL. Google…
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9 best software for bathroom design [3D modeling]

Home Stratosphere is another great free online bathroom design software that allows you to easily create both 2D and 3D layouts with professional-level editing tools. T he Free version of this software offers you a full range of capabilities, but it limited when it comes to being able to export your design project. This software…
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How to Add New Users and Authors to Your WordPress Blog

Do you want to add new users and authors to your blog? WordPress comes with a built-in user management system. This lets you add users with different roles and permission levels. In this article, we will show you how to add new users and authors to your WordPress website. Adding a New User or Author…
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How to Force Outlook to Spellcheck Emails Before They’re Sent

If perfect spelling is not your area of expertise, professional-looking emails can be something of a minefield. Nobody wants their communications to have spelling errors left in, so let Microsoft Outlook help by automatically spellchecking emails before they’re sent. The best way to deal with spelling errors in an email is not to make them…
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Best banner and billboard design software for PC

by Vlad Turiceanu Editor-in-Chief When designing billboards, you can make them more attractive by using the best billboard design software. For banners and billboards,  make sure you use vector-based programs, like Adobe Illustrator and Vectr. If you’re looking for free tools, Inskape is a great choice, but free trials are available for all the other…
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How to update Windows 10 if you run a Conexant audio driver

Consequently, the workaround implies a driver update via the manufacturer or an update roll-back. Windows 10 update, still preferable, despite the conflict Devices that run Conexant ISST audio driver and need to install Windows 10, version 2004 (the Windows 10 May 2020 Update) will still experience bugs during or after the installation, even with the…
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Dream League Soccer 2019/2020 Unlimited Coins cheat

DLS cheat: learn how to get Dream League Soccer 2019/2020 unlimited coins cheat here. Get new DLS profile.dat file of all teams, including profile data of Juventus, Real Madrid, Barcelona, Liverpool, Chelsea Man U, Man City, PSG, Brazil, etc with upgraded players. This DLS 19 and DLS 20 hack doesn’t require lucky patcher or mod…
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How to Reorder Watch Faces on Apple Watch

Khamosh Pathak The watch face system on Apple Watch is quite intuitive, from adding watch faces to changing them with a swipe gesture. But what if you want to group watch faces together? Here’s how to reorder watch faces on Apple Watch. How to Reorder Watch Faces on Apple Watch There’s no limit to how…
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6 best video tutorial software to use for YouTube

by Milan Stanojevic Deputy Editor YouTube videos need to be edited if you truly want to be successful and gather subscribers. There are plenty of tutorial software that can help you achieve that, but only a select few will give you the results that you need. One good example is a tool from Adobe, along…
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Common Apple IPhone Bugs And How To Fix Them Without A Technician – Mobility Arena – Mobile Phone Specs & Smartphone Reviews

A week ago, we took a close look at the iPhone 12 and some of its popular problems and solutions. However, that article left some possible bugs untouched, as we were not able to cover all the bases in that piece. This is why we will take a look at some of the common Apple…
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10 Best Chess Games For Android in 2021

Before the arrival of smartphones, people used to play indoor board games to spend time. There are plenty of board games available out there, and Chess is one of the oldest amongst all. Chess is one of the best relaxing games out there, which can be played with friends. Another great thing about chess is…
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Your EPUB files got corrupted? Here’s the fix

⇒ Get Adobe Digital Editions 3. Extract the EPUB file and archive it again Download and install WinRar or 7zip. During the installation, don’t forget to allow the application to create the shortcut in the contextual menu. Right-click on the corrupted EPUB file, and choose Extract here. Select all extracted files (it should be 3), right-click on…
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Tour the World with 12 Months of Virtual Museum Trips

JeanLucIchard/Shutterstock If you’ve ever wanted to visit some of the world’s most famous museums, but never had the chance, now’s your opportunity! Many iconic museums are offering virtual tours and specially curated digital exhibits specifically for guests who can’t get there in person. It’s not just a quick walk-through of one or two rooms in…
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Bash Functions and Local Variables

Shutterstock This article will demonstrate how local variables functions are used and created in Bash. Creating Bash functions allows you to make your code more structural, and local variables help with security and avoiding coding mistakes. Dive in! What Are Bash Functions? Alike to other coding languages, Bash allows you to create functions from within…
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How to Install Apps from the Microsoft Store on Windows 10

Windows 10 includes the Microsoft Store, which lets you download free or paid software from the internet. Here’s how to install apps from the Store. Free Apps vs. Paid Apps Before using the Microsoft Store—or any modern app store—it’s important to understand the difference between the two types of software in the store: free and…
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YouTube Now Offers Progressive Web Apps Installation Prompts

The notable absence of a dedicated YouTube app for Windows is being rectified, as the website can now be accessed via a dedicated Progressive Web App (PWA). This recent development, quietly slid into the Google Chrome omnibox in the form of an install prompt, was first noted by Yashpreet Singh. While it should be noted…
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How to rotate PDFs and save changes [Edge, Windows 10]

Rotating PDF was one of the features they added and this gathered a lot of positive feedback. No matter how simple it sounds, the absence of the option vastly downgraded the PDF-reading capabilities for Edge. Run a System Scan to discover potential errors Click Start Scan to find Windows issues. Click Repair All to fix…
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Google announced to soon list COVID-19 vaccination locations in Google Search and Maps

Everyone is aware about the impacts COVID-19 brought upon everyone. It has greatly affected every community in every corner of the world. All of this made people unite in the most unexpected ways and somehow showed everyone that when united, things can get in control. The COVID-19 vaccine which was approved in late 2020 after…
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4 best software to open EXR files

Another great software tool that everybody knows that can handle EXR files is Autodesk 3ds Max. While few might have expected a CAD software to be included on our list, the fact that it can open these types of files is what brought it here. The images can be used in conjunction with the 3D…
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6 best easy movie maker software [Free to Download]

Sony Vegas was created specifically for Windows and is one of the best choices in the field of video editing. Through this program, you get fantastic videos with very little effort. If you are passionate about video editing, Sony Vegas Movie Studio is the right tool. You can also download a trial version to test…
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15 best PDF encryption software [Windows & Mac]

by Ivan Jenic Troubleshooting Expert Many PDF users are looking for ways to easily secure their documents containing sensitive data. Make sure you use the best PDF encryption software to protect your files from hackers. In our list, you can also find PDF encryption software for free download that you should not miss. We compiled…
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How to Create New Tile Groups on Windows 10 Start Menu

Well, if you have just switched to Windows 10 from an older version of Windows, you might feel overwhelmed with the visual changes. Compared to the older version of Windows, Windows 10 has more features and customization options. The new start menu of Windows 10 is still a big deal for regular users, especially for…
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FIX: Adobe Acrobat Reader DC not responding

Can someone help me troubleshoot why Adobe Acrobat Reader isn’t responding? When I open a PDF, I get an error message that tells me the program is unable to respond and needs to quit and to click okay to close, I then click okay and nothing happens, having to click multiple times. I have uninstalled…
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Why You Should Delete Emails Instead of Archiving Them

CLIPAREA l Custom media/Shutterstock.com We’ve all been trained to archive every email we get. After all, we have basically infinite storage, and we can just find all the emails we need with a quick search, right? Makes sense. But that’s a trap. Gmail Promised Endless Storage but Hasn’t Kept up Whether or not you use…
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Why You Should Delete Emails Instead of Archiving Them

CLIPAREA l Custom media/Shutterstock.com We’ve all been trained to archive every email we get. After all, we have basically infinite storage, and we can just find all the emails we need with a quick search, right? Makes sense. But that’s a trap. Gmail Promised Endless Storage but Hasn’t Kept up Whether or not you use…
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10 best screen annotation software for Mac & Windows

Ink2Go is a mix of screen annotation and screen capture software, and it allows saving annotations as images or as *.wmf videos. Check out its key features below: Annotation features of the tool are simple, and you can use either a highlighter or a configurable pen. The tool is straightforward to learn just by taking…
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Need a VPN on Windows? These are your best options.

From slim and sleek ultrabooks, to gargantuan RGB-laden gaming battlestations, Windows PCs come in all manner of shapes and sizes. So, too, do even the best VPN options for Windows 10. Whether you’re editing a script on a plane or unlocking some slick new skins in CS:Go, a decent virtual private network could very well…
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Google Lens Is Planning To Improve Its Brand Logo

Google Lens is trying to improve its brand logo, as in a new test the product’s icon is redesigned to resemble a camera more closely than it previously did. Let us be frank. Google’s a tech giant, easily the crown jewel of its parent company Alphabet’s repertoire, and has been responsible for so many different…
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How To Fix Twitch Network Error 2000 on Chrome (Working)

Millions of people use Twitch to watch the live streams of their favorite gamers. However, it has been reported by several users that they get a blank screen with the message ‘Twitch 2000: Network Error’ while trying to join a live stream. There are several reasons due to which this error can occur. Thus, here…
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eCommerce Replatforming: Why, When, and How

Does a new year have you thinking of a new website? Websites aren’t evergreen. Just as hemlines go up and down as styles change, websites are redesigned and replatformed as styles change, new technology becomes available, and customer expectations evolve. Whether you are replatforming to follow the herd or upgrading your technology and integration ecosystem…
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BlackBerry expands Baidu partnership to take autonomous driving to a higher gear

The partnership expansion focuses on automotive safety as autonomous driving capabilities proliferate in the years ahead. Image: iStock/onlyyouqj Some of the biggest names in the tech and automotive industries are racing to develop autonomous vehicles and have these systems ready for the open road in the years ahead. As our sister site ZDNet reported in…
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YouTube sheds light on its Self-Certification program and also welcomes creators to pass their feedbacks on it

YouTube’s self-certification system was announced in mid-2019 by its CEO Susan Wojcicki. The self-certification system allows YouTube to make monetizing decisions faster and more accurately avoiding any false positive demonetization. After almost two years, of asking creators to self-certify their videos, YouTube has now passed a thorough published guide as to how self-certify videos. This…
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TECNO Camon 16 Vs Infinix S5: Which Of These Devices Should You Buy? – Mobility Arena – Mobile Phone Specs & Smartphone Reviews

Today, we consider two smartphones at the lower echelon of the mid-range spectrum in this TECNO Camon 16 vs Infinix S5 battle. Both devices launched in different time periods and bring a number of peculiar qualities to the table which we will look at in this article.   The Camon 16 launched in September of…
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