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Day: February 1, 2021

Top 5 US patent trends in 2021

[ad_1] Patents have slowed since the COVID-19 pandemic, but that hasn’t completely stopped companies from filing them. Tom Merritt lists the top five US patent trends this year. Patent filings aren’t a perfect way of measuring a company’s innovative prowess, but it is an indicator. With 2020 putting the brakes on a lot of things,…
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JNLP file not opening / not launching automatically [Fixed]

[ad_1] However, several users have reported the JNLP file not opening issue when trying to access the file. Even if you have the required software to open .jnlp file, it may fail to launch automatically. Since the JNLP files are program-specific, your computer may fail to recognize the software required to execute the file. In…
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Google kills Stadia first-party games, literally nobody is surprised

[ad_1] Source: Windows Central Google and Microsoft killing products is something we’re all used to by now. After Microsoft pushed Mixer off the cliff last year, it’s back over to Google to get 2021 off and running. To be clear, Google isn’t killing Stadia, but it might as well be doing. Google is doing what…
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The best–and worst–programming languages you need to know

[ad_1] Learn how to maintain an edge over the competition by becoming an expert on the top programming languages for your career. Image: iStockphoto/jlic It’s a new year, which means fresh goals. For developers, a new year is an opportunity to learn or brush up on programming languages and their dialects, software frameworks, and tools. …
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5G adds more concerns: CISOs should build cybersecurity from the ground up

[ad_1] Public 5G networks, private 5G networks, broader attack surfaces, and more complex environments add extra layers of vulnerability, expert says. TechRepublic’s Karen Roby spoke with Curtis Simpson, CISO of Armis, an Internet of Things (IoT) security company, about security concerns with 5G. The following is an edited transcript of their conversation. Karen Roby: We…
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How to use AirPods and the Health app in iOS 14 to protect your hearing

[ad_1] Limiting volume exposure on your iOS devices can help protect your hearing in the long run. Learn how to actively monitor volume levels and protect your hearing health with iOS 14.4 and AirPods. Image: CNET What’s Hot at TechRepublic Throughout the past year and continuing into this year, more and more of us have…
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How to use Files in iOS 14 to manage Safari downloads, local device storage, and external drives

[ad_1] Learn how to get the most out of Files by downloading and managing your locally stored files and use external drives with your iOS devices. Image: CNET What’s Hot at TechRepublic The Files app has grown into a full-fledged document and file management app with the latest iOS releases, iOS 14 and iPadOS 14.…
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How an automated pentesting stick can address multiple security needs

[ad_1] Used for offensive and defensive purposes, a penetration testing device can be configured to perform automated checks on network security and more. Image: iStock/M-A-U Penetration testers and threat actors (hackers) share a lot in common when it comes to the methods and tools used to test a network’s defenses, identify vulnerabilities, and compromise systems.…
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Office Lens gets a new name and is set to get several new features

[ad_1] Microsoft is renaming its Office Lens app. Going forward, the app will be known as Microsoft Lens. Alongside the new name, Microsoft is rolling out several new features to the app, including an improved scanning experience, the option to add filters to images, and the ability to scan up to 100 pages as PDFs…
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These are the best affordable Windows 10 tablets money can buy

[ad_1] Source: Windows Central Best Cheap Tablets Windows Central 2021 It used to be that a good Windows 10 device cost an arm and a leg, and the cheap ones were rubbish. But that’s the past. Today there are some great, affordable Windows 10 tablets to choose from with the Surface Go 2 rising to…
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How to Turn on Two-Step Verification on WhatsApp – Technipages

[ad_1] There are various security methods you can use to stay safe. For example, there’s two-factor authentication or two-step verification. By setting up this security measure, whoever is trying to get into your WhatsApp account simply won’t be able to. Sure, you might take a few more seconds to get into your WhatsApp account, but…
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Microsoft outlines new features for Outlook, Office, and Teams mobile apps

[ad_1] Microsoft is adding new features to its mobile apps, including Outlook, Office Lens, Office, and Teams. The new features aim to help people be able to work from anywhere. Microsoft highlights the upcoming improvements in a new post. Outlook and Cortana Outlook on iOS will soon utilize conversational AI technology through Cortana. The conversational…
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Ford partners with Google to motor into the connected-vehicle age

[ad_1] The project is a collaborative effort to put Android Auto in Ford cars, create personalized consumer experiences, and modernize production. Image: Ford Ford Motor Company has announced a partnership with Google that will create a new collaborative group, called Team Upshift, made up of Google and Ford employees. The two companies plan to use…
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Compose emails up to 4 times faster with Lightkey Pro text prediction: now 52% off

[ad_1] Source: StackCommerce Smart text prediction saves a lot of time on mobile devices. So, why not take advantage of the same technology on a desktop? With Lightkey Pro, you can supercharge your writing in 85 languages — and lifetime access is now 52% off at $79.99. If you were to analyze your own writing, you would…
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Here’s everything we know about Diablo 4’s skill system

[ad_1] Source: Blizzard Entertainment Diablo 4 is the next major entry in the hack-and-slash isometric RPG series from Blizzard Entertainment. While it’s still in active development, we know a decent bit about how the skill system will work and some changes compared to past titles. Blizzard is actively taking feedback on endgame progression and just…
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Download Latest TrueCaller App MOD APK for Android

[ad_1] Truecaller: Caller ID & spam blocking app has a database of phone numbers from around the world. Truecaller is one of the best apps to block a number from calling you and it is also used to search for callers identity especially when they are not saved in your phonebook. Truecaller is available for…
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How to assign a drive letter to OneDrive for Business

[ad_1] It is possible to assign a drive letter to OneDrive for Business, but it requires several steps that must be performed using Internet Explorer 11 only. Image: Microsoft Back in August 2019, TechRepublic published an article explaining how to assign a drive letter to OneDrive in Windows 10. That method used the CID number…
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Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite 5G Gives Up The 108MP Camera For 64MP – Mobility Arena – Mobile Phone Specs & Smartphone Reviews

[ad_1] Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite 5G is a slightly stripped down version of the Mi 11 that was launched in January 2021. It is being expected to be announced any time soon. So, what are the differences between the Mi 11 and the Mi 11 Lite? For one, the Lite gives up the 108MP main…
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The Intel Core i5 Surface Pro 7 is on sale for $300 off

[ad_1] Microsoft’s Surface Pro 7 comes in a wide range of variants. You can get it with a powerful Intel Core i7 or go for the entry level Intel Core i3 model. Sat between those two variants is the Intel Core i5 version, which is the Goldilocks device for many people. It delivers enough power…
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NVIDIA GeForce Now only requires Chrome to play on Windows 10

[ad_1] NVIDIA’s GeForce Now cloud gaming platform has been available through the browser for a while now since it launched on Chromebooks and more recently on iOS. Officially, on Windows 10, you’ve needed to use the desktop app, though a bit of browser trickery proved successful. That’s no longer required as GeForce Now is officially…
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New Gemini 2 feature helps keep your Mac clean in real time

[ad_1] There are many challenges to keeping a Mac clean. Thankfully MacPaw has simplified preventing unwanted duplicate files. Image: Apple, Inc. From steering clear of security threats to pursuing Inbox Zero, maintaining a clean Mac can be challenging. With a late January update to its Gemini 2 duplicate file-cleaning utility, the MacPaw developers have done you a favor. While…
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Stadia Game Studio is Dead, Stadia Game Streaming Lives On (For Now)

[ad_1] Google Stadia, the Google project that streams games to your home without a console, took a significant blow today. The company announced it’s shutting down Stadia’s game development studios, which means Stadia won’t have an ongoing stream of exclusive games. Stadia itself will stick around, but it may be a harder sell without great…
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Fix Zoom Is Unable to Detect Camera on Laptop – Technipages

[ad_1] Zoom is one of the most popular video meeting services in the world. Millions of users rely on this tool to host or join video meetings with family, friends, colleagues, or work collaborators. But Zoom may sometimes fail to detect your camera, and that can be really annoying. Of course, you can still participate…
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How to Disable Conversation View in Gmail (Web Version)

[ad_1] It’s no doubt that Gmail is right now the most popular and best email service out there. We use Gmail every day, and it offers some fantastic features. Google itself backs the email service, and it provides 15GB of storage space. If you have been using Gmail for a while, you might know that…
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How to Fix Microsoft Teams Status Stuck – Technipages

[ad_1] You can let other Teams users know you’re available to chat by setting your status to Available. On the other hand, if you’re busy and don’t want anyone to disturb your workflow, you can set your status to Do Not Disturb. But Microsoft Teams may sometimes fail to change your status. Irrespective of the…
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How to Fix Microsoft Teams Error 80090030 – Technipages

[ad_1] When trying to login to Teams, the error code 80090030 may occasionally pop up on the screen. This error indicates that “The device that is required by this cryptographic provider is not ready for use.” It usually occurs if your Windows 10 computer cannot store or retrieve your Microsoft credentials. Removing all your credentials…
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Why the Pixelbook Go has given me Chromebook envy

[ad_1] Jack Wallen purchases a new Chromebook for his wife and comes down with a serious case of Chromebook envy. Image: Jack Wallen Recently, I decided my wife’s struggles with her Google Pixelbook (Wi-Fi and Bluetooth issues have plagued that device) had reached their apex, and it was time to replace her Chromebook. She’d been…
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Teams Live Events: Disable Anonymous Questions – Technipages

[ad_1] Microsoft Teams Live Events is a great tool to broadcast live video events to a large audience. If you’re planning to host an online event with hundreds or thousands of participants, Teams Live Events won’t let you down. But there’s one thing that many users don’t really like about Teams live events. Some people…
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PlayFab Party plugin for Unity now supports Switch, PS5, Android, and iOS

[ad_1] Source: Matt Brown / Windows Central Microsoft’s Azure PlayFab made its Party plugin for Unity available to developers on more platforms over the weekend. Developers can now use PlayFab’s Party plugin for Unity on Nintendo Switch, Sony PlayStation 4 and 5, Android, and iOS. Developers were already able to use the plugin on the…
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Cybersecurity pros should switch from Indicators of Compromise to Indicators of Behavior

[ad_1] Security experts suggest using IOBs to move from reacting to a cyberattack to preventing the incident. Image: Getty Images/iStockPhoto Most cybersecurity professionals have been trained to use Indicators of Compromise (IOC) when reacting to a cyberattack, and they are not happy about the after-the-fact nature of this approach. The switch to a work-from-home model…
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How to get started with Microsoft PowerShell on a Chromebook

[ad_1] Source: Windows Central PowerShell is an immensely popular and powerful tool that comes built into Windows 10 with applications across enterprise, development, automation, and so much more. But PowerShell is also cross-platform and open-source, with versions available for Mac OS and Linux, too. But what about if you’re using a Chromebook, either personally or…
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How to Get File Explorer to Display Details by Default – Ask Leo!

[ad_1] Plus the one setting you MUST change for security (Image: askleo.com) Windows File Explorer defaults to a simple view of files on your machine that is not secure. Changes these settings as soon as you can. Applies to Windows: 10, 8 File Explorer (previously known as Windows Explorer in Windows versions prior to 8)…
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All of our favorite 2-in-1 convertible laptops, in one place

[ad_1] Source: Windows Central Best 2-in-1 Windows Laptop Windows Central 2021 Sometimes you want a tablet and sometimes you want a traditional laptop. Available in with 10th-generation Intel processors and a beautiful high-quality display, the Dell XPS 13 9310 2-in-1 is our pick for best 2-in-1 right now. Prices start at $1,049. Best Overall: Dell…
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Here’s what we know about Second Extinction on Xbox and PC

[ad_1] Source: Systemic Reaction At the May 7 Inside Xbox showcase for third-party Xbox Series X games, one game was revealed that’s all about gunning down dinosaurs. Titled Second Extinction, this game is being developed and published by Systemic Reaction, a subsidiary of Avalanche Studios. This first-person, three-player co-op game tasks players with hunting down…
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Top 3 Robot Vacuum Cleaners With Mop Feature

[ad_1] A robot vacuum cleaner saves a lot of time. For people who can’t spare the time to run around the house with a vacuum cleaner, these little robots can indeed be a god’s gift. Besides keeping your house free from dust, robot vacuum cleaners with a mop (or dry and wet robot cleaners as…
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European Commission to rule on Microsoft acquiring ZeniMax Media by March 5

[ad_1] The European Commission is set to make a decision on Microsoft acquiring ZeniMax Media by March 5, a new report shows. Per the filing, the listing was first filed on January 29, with the council committing to grant a decision by March 5. Compared to many other acquisitions that are checked, this span of…
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Here are the best Cyberpunk 2077 PC mods available

[ad_1] Source: CD PROJEKT RED Cyberpunk 2077 is one hell of a game, with many considering it to be one of the best role-playing games on PC and my colleague Jez Corden even labeling it as a “contender for best game ever made” in his Cyberpunk 2077 review. That being said, it’s far from perfect,…
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Teams: Enable Logging for Meeting Diagnostics – Technipages

[ad_1] Did your Microsoft Teams app just stop working? If you can’t troubleshoot the problem on your own, you can always reach out to Microsoft Support for further help. Microsoft’s support agents will analyze the Teams client’s log files to identify the root cause of the problem. To make their task easier, you can enable…
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You can now sync you iCloud passwords to Chrome and Edge

[ad_1] Source: Joseph Keller / Windows Central Apple’s iCloud Passwords extension is now available for Google Chrome on Windows 10. The extension lets you use the passwords saved to your iCloud Keychain within Chrome. Syncing works in both directions, so any changes you make on Chrome with the extension on or in Safari will sync…
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How to Create an Attendance Report in Google Meet

[ad_1] Video calling usage is on the rise. Nearly every company and other folks are on Zoom, Microsoft Teams, or Google Meet. Like the GuidingTech team, if you or your company prefer Google Meet, you can spruce up the extensions experience. Google Meet Chromium extensions allow users to add Whiteboard, create an attendance report, and…
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MLB The Show 21 comes to Xbox and PlayStation on April 20

[ad_1] Source: Sony Interactive Entertainment We’ve known that the historically PlayStation-exclusive MLB franchise was going multiplatform, per an extension of the MLB deal with Sony Interactive Entertainment that was announced back in December 2019. Now, the next entry in the yearly baseball franchise has been revealed, with Fernando Tatis Jr. as cover star. You can…
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100 million students reportedly use Microsoft Teams

[ad_1] Microsoft Teams continues to grow within the education market. According to Business Insider, Eran Megiddo, corporate vice president Windows Product & Education at Microsoft, told Microsoft employees that 100 million students now use Microsoft Teams in a recent all-hands meeting. That figure shows an increase of 30 million students since the start of the…
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2 Best Ways to Transfer Samsung Notes to iPhone

[ad_1] It’s quite easy to transfer data such as photos, contacts, music, documents, etc., from Android phones, including Samsung Galaxy phones, to iPhone. However, when it comes to notes, one gets stuck if the app they are using isn’t a cross-platform app. Take the case of the Samsung Notes app, which isn’t a cross-platform app.…
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How to fix msvcr110.dll is missing on Windows 10

[ad_1] 5. Reinstall the program that’s producing the msvcr110.dll error If the msvcr110.dll error shows up every time you use a particular program, try reinstalling that program. Go to Control Panel > Programs and Features. Select the program and click uninstall. Follow on-screen instructions to complete the process. Xinput1_3.dll not found on Windows PCs? Here’s…
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4 best VPNs for UAE & Dubai to bypass & unblock restrictions

[ad_1] by Milan Stanojevic Deputy Editor As liberal as it may be, the United Arab Emirates still has some serious clampdowns on internet services. If you are planning a trip to this popular destination make sure you also pack the best VPN for UAE Using a VPN can help you bypass censorship and access geo-restricted…
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Here’s what to do if your VPN isn’t connecting on your PC

[ad_1] by Milan Stanojevic Deputy Editor A VPN can protect your traffic by encrypting it and creating a secure tunnel between your device and the server. If you’re having trouble connecting your VPN client, you should change your protocol and renew your DNS. However, there are more ways you can restore a VPN’s functionality in…
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Firefox won’t run with VPN? Here’s how to fix it [8 methods]

[ad_1] by Aleksandar Ognjanovic Troubleshooting Expert Mozilla Firefox is one of the most popular web browsers available today. Regardless of the browser you use, you should pair it up with a VPN to protect your privacy. However, sometimes your VPN may not work on all browsers on your Windows PC. If you’re having trouble with…
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You can now run multiple Android apps on your PC with Your Phone

[ad_1] Microsoft’s Your Phone app allows you to use and interact with your smartphone through your Windows 10 PC. With it, you can place phone calls, send text messages, and receive notifications from your smartphone on your PC. Select Samsung smartphones also get extra features, thanks to a growing partnership between Microsoft and Samsung. One…
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Slow VPN connection on Windows? Here’s how to speed it up

[ad_1] by Aleksandar Ognjanovic Troubleshooting Expert A VPN can keep your data safe but sometimes at the cost of speed. If you’re seeing low connection speeds when connected to a VPN, change the server or protocol. There are various reasons why a VPN can be excessively slow on your Windows PC. Check out our guide…
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Microsoft’s cutting-edge machine-learning tool moves from the lab to the mainstream

[ad_1] Machine learning that can explore the world can solve different problems. These are the Microsoft services that make it something mainstream developers can use. Image: Microsoft Humans learn by trial and error and by interacting with the environment, as well as by being taught. Parents will tell children not to push things off the…
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How to hide your device IP on WiFi [Fool proof]

[ad_1] by Ivan Jenic Troubleshooting Expert Public WiFi hotspots can be dangerous because anyone can connect and intercept data. To protect yourself against data theft and to keep your browsing private, you may want to hide your IP. Although you can do it manually, we recommend using a VPN, as it’s quicker and simpler. Check…
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Video_driver_init_failure BSOD error [Full Fix]

[ad_1] As many users already know, fixing this problem can be a time-consuming task but we have gathered in this article a few steps that will help solve the Video_driver_init_failure error, so make sure to keep on reading. How can I fix the video_driver_init_failure? 1. Stop the automatic restart Open a Folder window and right-click…
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Security chaos engineering helps you find weak links in your cyber defenses before attackers do

[ad_1] Security experts explain why this approach is all about data and resilience, not deliberately sabotaging your own network. At a virtual summit on cybersecurity, Jamie Dicken, manager of applied security at Cardinal Health, said that security chaos engineering is similar to software testing. Image: Jamie Dicken Chaos engineering is a way for security teams…
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What to do when antivirus blocks VPN [4 tested solutions]

[ad_1] by Aleksandar Ognjanovic Troubleshooting Expert Using a VPN can add an extra layer of protection to your system but sometimes it can create a conflict with your antivirus. If your antivirus blocks your VPN, there are a few things you could do about it. Switching to another VPN may prove effective, but your antivirus…
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You can snag a firmware update for your Intel-based Surface Laptop 3

[ad_1] With the addition of USB Type-C, Wi-Fi 6, and Intel 10th Gen processors, the Surface Laptop 3 13.5 delivers a solid follow up to the Surface Laptop 2. Between the optional Alcantara, ability to get the laptop serviced, including SSD upgrades, Instant On, and the hugely improved trackpad, Microsoft has again created one of…
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Xiaomi introduces Mi Air Charge Technology that remotely charge devices

[ad_1] Chinese Smartphone maker, Xiaomi introduces Mi Air Charge that enables users to charge electronic devices over-the-air without any cables or wireless charging stands. The company CEO Lei Jun said that this technology has 17 technical patents. The Xiaomi Mi Air Charge is the self-developed remote charging technology, and it is currently capable of 5-watt…
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What Is the Google Play Store?

[ad_1] BigTunaOnline/Shutterstock Google is mostly known for search, but it has much more to offer. That’s obvious when you visit the Google Play Store, a digital market full of content. Let’s take a look at what it is and how it started. Android Market: Where the Play Store Started The Google Play Store started life…
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Here’s what to do when your VPN stops working

[ad_1] by Milan Stanojevic Deputy Editor If your VPN stops working, you should go through the normal troubleshooting procedure, flush your DNS or reinstall the client. Obviously, one of the easiest ways to fix a troublesome VPN is to replace it with a better service. We recommend using a well-known subscription VPN provider instead of…
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How to Fix Broken Twitter Card Images in WordPress

[ad_1] Do you want to fix broken Twitter card images in WordPress? Twitter automatically tries to display a thumbnail image when someone shares a link from your WordPress site. However, sometimes it may show the incorrect thumbnail which makes your website look unprofessional. In this article, we will show you how to easily fix broken…
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How to fix a corrupt bootres.dll file in Windows 10

[ad_1] That’s a typical DLL error message which can often be due to a corrupted DLL file. So repairing a corrupted bootres.dll will resolve numerous bootres error messages. We’ve written extensively about DLL issues before. Bookmark this page in case you need it later. How can I fix the bootres.dll corrupt file error? Use a…
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Hola VPN blocked? Fix the issue with this guide

[ad_1] by Milan Stanojevic Deputy Editor Hola is a free pseudo-VPN available for browsers like Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox.  As a service, Hola is insecure and we highly recommend you switch to a good VPN. Many VPNs are valid Hola alternatives, but choosing the right one could be a bit difficult. If you’re not…
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How to Hide (or Un-hide) a Slide in Microsoft PowerPoint

[ad_1] You can hide slides in Microsoft PowerPoint so that they’re hidden during the presentation but are still a part of the file. You can also show hidden slides during a presentation or unhide them for future presentations. Here’s how. Hide and Unhide PowerPoint Slides If you give talks, it’s very likely that you prepare…
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10 Best Reminder Apps For Android in 2021

[ad_1] Let’s admit, in our busy schedule, staying organized and being productive becomes the most challenging task. We deal with lots of distractions in our everyday lives, which can lead to more significant losses if left uncontrolled. We keep on forgetting little things like bringing a grocery item, sending an email, etc. To minimize these…
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FIX: ESET blocked VPN on Windows computers [10 easy methods]

[ad_1] by Milan Stanojevic Deputy Editor ESET is one of the leading antivirus and antimalware solutions for businesses and individuals. It has been reported that ESET is sometimes blocking VPNs, but that shouldn’t worry you too much. Generally speaking, security software will always try and find ways to block everything unknown on your PC. If…
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How to Edit Sent Messages in Telegram

[ad_1] Khamosh Pathak You sometimes say something you wish you could take back. Other times, you make an embarrassingly silly typo. Either way, as long as you’re using Telegram, you can edit any sent message instead of first deleting it! Here’s how it works. Telegram’s message editing feature works much like Slack’s. You can edit…
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10 Best iOS Call Blocker Apps To Block Annoying Calls On iPhone

[ad_1] The great thing about the iPhone is that it comes with a built-in call blocker. The default call blocker of the iPhone is capable enough to block calls. However, it lacks few features, and it’s not that much advanced compared to some third-party apps like Truecaller & others. Having a default call blocker app…
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How To Defend Yourself Against Rootkits

[ad_1] Rootkits compromise a network in a way that lets the threat actors get back in whenever they like. They may exfiltrate information, delete files, or plant other malware. Here’s how to stay safe. Rootkits Rootkits are a particularly pernicious form of malware. They are very difficult to detect and even harder to get rid of.…
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How to Add Birthdays to Contacts on iPhone

[ad_1] Some people have trouble remembering the birthdays of friends, co-workers, and relatives. Luckily, your iPhone can remember birthdays for you—just enter the information into the Contacts app. Here’s how to do it. First, open “Contacts.” If you can’t find it, open the “Phone” app (the green phone receiver icon you use to make calls),…
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FIX: Logilda.dll Logitech mice error on Windows 10

[ad_1] Some users have stated that the error message started to pop up after upgrading their Windows platforms. The logilda.dll error largely pertains to the Logitech Download Assistant, and these are some potential fixes for it. How can I fix the Windows 10 logilda.dll error? Disable LogiLDA from the Windows Startup with Task Manager Erase…
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500 Internal Server Error

[ad_1] 500 Internal Server Error The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request. Please contact the server administrator at [email protected] to inform them of the time this error occurred, and the actions you performed just before this error. More information about this error may be available in the…
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Whatsapp adds security authentication for web and desktop clients login

[ad_1] The instant messaging app, WhatsApp has officially added and integrates biometric security authentication for login into web and desktop clients. With this feature, Whatsapp users will find the app very secured at all times. Before now, when you have successfully linked your Whatsapp account to your web browser or desktop app, it automatically continues…
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How to Convince Your Friends to Switch Messaging Apps

[ad_1] There are plenty of great messaging apps to choose from these days. Unfortunately, the quality of a chat app isn’t the most important thing. Even the best messaging app is pointless if your friends and family don’t use it. Many of us are stuck with two options: You can concede and use whichever messaging…
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Everything Coming to Netflix the Week of Jan. 31, 2021

[ad_1] Netflix Congratulations! You’re about to be done with the first month of 2021, and you’ve made it. As a reward, Netflix is making its monthly streaming drop. Are the plethora of films and shows coming to streaming just for you? Well, no, but you can pretend they are! And there’s a lot on that…
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Primer: Bash Loops: for, while, and until

[ad_1] Shutterstock/ jeep5d Most programming languages support various forms of looping code lines. Bash natively supports ‘while’ loops, ‘until’ loops and the most well-known, ‘for’ loops. This article introduces and discusses all three. What Are Bash Loops? To define this a little better, we should start with the question what are loops. Loops are a…
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You Should Never Pay Full Price for Mobile Accessories

[ad_1] Anker Phone cases, charging cables, and other mobile accessories are usually last-minute purchases. But because popular accessory brands like Aukey, RAVPower, Speck, and Anker are constantly running sales, you can save a ton of money by holding out for good deals or setting up a price tracker to get discounts sent to your inbox.…
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How to Remove Your Facebook Profile from Google & Bing Searches

[ad_1] Well, Facebook is right now the most used social networking platform. Although there are plenty of other social networking sites available on the web, it was Facebook that our friends & family members use. It also has more features than any other social networking site. If you have been using Facebook for a while,…
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OPPO A55 5G introduced in China with Dimensity 700 chips and 5000mAh

[ad_1] The OPPO A55 5G is the company’s latest affordable Smartphone among its A-series in China. It is powered by MediaTek’s Dimensity 700 chipset along with a big massive battery capacity and runs Android 11 OS. OPPO A55 5G is a low-budgeted mid-range mobile handset and features a side-mounted fingerprint sensor scanner that can unlock…
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Download Virtua Tennis Challenge Apk + OBB Data Mod For Android [Latest]

[ad_1] Note this game is called Virtua Tennis and not Virtual Tennis so the name “Virtua” shouldn’t confuse you with the real English word “Virtual”. Meanwhile, Virtua Tennis Challenge Apk is now officially available for Android users to download and enjoy on the go. In this post, you will download VTC Apk + OBB Data file…
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From Keen to Doom: id Software’s Founders Talk 30 Years of Gaming History

[ad_1] On February 1, 1991, John Romero, John Carmack, Tom Hall, and Adrian Carmack officially founded id Software. The group went on to revolutionize the gaming industry with franchises such as Wolfenstein, Doom, and Quake. Here’s a look back at id Software over the last 30 years, with a little help from those legendary developers. id…
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3 Ways To “Fix Network Protocol Error” Mozilla Firefox (2021)

[ad_1] Mozilla Firefox, also known as Firefox, is a web browser. It is compatible with a number of operating systems such as Android, Windows, Linux, iOS, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD, illumos, and Solaris Unix. While using this web browser, you might come across an error known as ‘Network Protocol Error’ on Firefox. Once you encounter this error,…
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[4 Tricks to Fix] This Copy of Windows is not Genuine – 2021

[ad_1] This Copy of Windows is not Genuine?? Are you also facing the same error? Windows is still one of the most and majorly used operating systems around the world and getting such Pop-Ups right on your screen feels so annoying and disturbing. So to Permanently solve and Fix such errors – This Copy of…
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[Fixed] Your connection is not private Google Chrome error

[ad_1] One such tool is PRTG Network Monitor from Paessler, and it not only monitors your traffic, but also the systems, devices, traffic, and applications in your IT infrastructure. ⇒ Get PRTG Network Monitor 3. Make sure that you sign in to the portal If you’re using a Wi-Fi connection, you can sometimes encounter the Your…
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