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Day: February 12, 2021

Everything you need to know about Arkane’s Deathloop

[ad_1] Source: Arkane Arkane Studios is a master at immersive sims, creating the Dishonored series and developing the Prey reboot to much acclaim from fans and press. It has a new IP in the works that immersive sim fans should definitely keep an eye on. Deathloop stars two rival assassins stuck in a time loop,…
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8 must-read leadership books from tech titans and innovators

[ad_1] Check out these titles based on recommendations from Bill Gates, Satya Nadella, Sheryl Sandberg, Tim Cook, and several other notable industry leaders. There are thousands of books about leadership, and myriad book recommendations from tech leaders. It can be difficult to know which books are worth investing the time and money into and which…
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Here’s everything we know about Vampire: The Masquerade — Bloodlines 2

[ad_1] Source: Paradox Interactive (screenshot) This is one announcement many hoped for and still didn’t see coming. After all these years, a sequel to Vampire: The Masquerade — Bloodlines is one the way. It’s been delayed heavily due to multiple factors, but with the development team taking its time, this could end up as one…
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Fix Microsoft Teams Not Showing All Contacts – Technipages

[ad_1] Not being able to find all your contacts on Microsoft Teams can be really annoying. This can prevent you from using certain app features such as private channels. If Teams can’t find the people you want to add to your private channel, this means they won’t have access to the ideas shared there. Let’s…
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Here’s what you need to know about Diablo 2: Resurrected

[ad_1] Source: Blizzard Entertainment Diablo 2 is a masterpiece of the action roleplaying game (ARPG) genre, and many longtime fans of the series would be thrilled with Diablo 2: Resurrected. For years, rumors circulated of a remake, fueling up the hype train again and again only to head for disappointment. This time, however, studio acquisitions…
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Here’s your full guide to Flames of the Nether DLC for Minecraft Dungeons

[ad_1] Source: Mojang Studios | Twitter Everyone and their parents know about Minecraft, which remains one of the world’s most popular games today. A little newer, but still excellent, is Minecraft Dungeons, a game from Mojang Studios that takes place inside the expanding Minecraft universe. Instead of an open world with crafting and survival mechanics,…
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US Court system demands massive changes to court documents after SolarWinds hack

[ad_1] Multiple senators have demanded a hearing on what court officials know about the hackers’ access to sensitive filings. The effects could make accessing documents harder for lawyers. Image: iStock/Bill Chizek The House Homeland Security Committee held its first hearings this week on the devastating SolarWinds attack that gave Russian hackers months-long access to critical…
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Use these blueprints for setting professional goals

[ad_1] The tech skills gap is real and the only way to bridge it is to make a plan to expand your technical skills on a regular basis. Every workforce survey repeats a growing worry: There’s a big gap between the expertise companies need to succeed with digital transformation and the skill sets of existing…
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How to Change Default Web Browser – Android 10 – Technipages

[ad_1] When you first got your phone, you had no choice but to use the browser it was set up with. When you were done customizing your Android device, you probably ended up using browsers such as Chrome, Opera, or Firefox. But, you may feel it’s time for a change and want to make another…
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This new open source tool could improve data quality within the enterprise

[ad_1] Commentary: A new open source data testing and monitoring tool from Soda could help data engineers and CDOs improve data quality. Image: gorodenkoff, Getty Images/iStockphoto Enterprises increasingly depend on data, but what if that data is incorrect? What if, for example, you’re a hotel chain that relies on algorithms to correctly calculate the price…
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Slack: Prevent Files Being Uploaded To a Conversation With People From Another Company – Technipages

[ad_1] Within any company, there is information or data which is considered company proprietary or sensitive. This proprietary and sensitive data should never be shared outside of the company as it is a component of the success of the business or to a product of the business. Businesses often prefer communication platforms such as Slack,…
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Use these 7 Udemy courses to sharpen your robotic process skills

[ad_1] This collection has something for everyone from a total beginner to an experienced programmer. Image: Olivier Le Moal, Getty Images/iStockphoto Robotic process automation is changing the way work gets done in every corner of professional offices. Data entry, form building, and invoice generation are all part of the RPA revolution. Using these automated processes…
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VR Oculus Quest 2: How To Check Battery Levels of Controllers and Headset – Technipages

[ad_1] Although the Oculus Quest 2 is a very impressive device, one of its main flaws is its short battery life. Without the additional use of battery packs or a charging cable while playing, the battery doesn’t last as long as we’d like – and though the controllers really make the most of their battery…
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How to choose fonts in Google Sites

[ad_1] Google Site editors and organization designers may now explore Google Site font options. Read on to find out if your site font is “on brand.” Image: Andy Wolber/TechRepublic In December 2020, Google announced that Google Sites now offers access to many more fonts and text customizations. Site editors may now choose from a large…
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Healthcare is adopting AI much faster since the pandemic began

[ad_1] While healthcare organizations are hesitant to adopt AI technology, the COVID-19 pandemic has increased their interest. More about artificial intelligence TechRepublic’s Karen Roby spoke with Ira Cohen, chief data scientist at Anodot, a business analytics platform, about the adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare. The following is an edited transcript of their conversation.…
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What the COVID vaccine rollout means for returning to the workplace

[ad_1] Experts weigh in on whether being vaccinated will make a difference in the number of employees who continue to work remotely, and what policies companies may put in place. Image: iStock.com/Udom Pinyo Conversations about returning to work and what policies to put in place are starting between employers and employees as COVID-19 vaccine rollouts…
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Slack: How To Select Your Input Devices for Calls – Technipages

[ad_1] While Slack is primarily known as a text-based communications app, it also offers a voice and video calling feature. The inclusion of video and voice calling is designed to enable you to communicate in whatever method is most convenient at the time for the given purpose. While you may not always need to speak…
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Slack: How To Add Custom Emoji To a Workspace – Technipages

[ad_1] Emoji are a fun and light-hearted way to communicate, they even work across language barriers as they don’t rely on words. There are a huge number of common public emoji, but occasionally you may want more. For example, you may want emoji that humorously references a workplace in-joke or the office pet. Thankfully Slack…
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The NVIDIA RTX 3060 launches later this month

[ad_1] NVIDIA’s most budget-friendly RTX 30-series GPU, the RTX 3060, will be available for purchase starting February 25, 2021. The GPU will cost $329, which makes it a much more budget-friendly option than other RTX 30-series graphics cards. The current cheapest RTX 30-series GPU is the RTX 3070, which retails for $500. NVIDIA already announced…
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Fix Microsoft Teams Not Working on Samsung Tablet – Technipages

[ad_1] There have been many reports about Microsoft Teams not working on Samsung tablets. The app may fail to launch, freezes, and crashes, users can’t log in to their accounts or they get all sorts of error codes. Taking into account the large number of users that complained about such issues, we decided to create…
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Fix Microsoft Teams “Couldn’t Raise Your Hand” Error – Technipages

[ad_1] The raised hand feature on Microsoft Teams lets you inform the other meeting attendees that you’d like to join the conversation and add something to what’s being discussed. This allows the current speaker to finish their ideas without being interrupted. The meeting presenters can then unmute you so that you can express your ideas.…
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VR Oculus Quest 2: What Is A Guardian Boundary? – Technipages

[ad_1] The Guardian Boundary is one of the most useful safety features the Quest has. Thanks to the cameras that are facing in several directions on the headset, your Quest keeps track of your surroundings. While you can’t always see the feed and the cameras aren’t permanently recording, they do always make sure that you…
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Slack: How To Require Two-Factor Authentication for Your Workspace – Technipages

[ad_1] Typically, to log into a service you require a username and a password. It is generally assumed that your username is public, so the only thing restricting access to your account is your password. Unfortunately, people tend to choose weak passwords that can be easily guessed, primarily because they’re also easy to remember. One…
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How micro-drilling can enhance your cybersecurity training

[ad_1] Agile thinking is important in dealing with cyberattacks. Read one psychologist’s tips for cybersecurity professionals on how to adapt and stop the attackers. Image: Nature, Getty Images/iStockphoto With a constant barrage of cyberattacks plaguing cybersecurity staffs, one expert has a new way to train teams in cognitive agility, which we discussed in a previous…
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Slack: How To Disable Public File Sharing – Technipages

[ad_1] Slack is a channel-based communications app that allows members of workspaces to communicate. Each workspace is technically invite-only, however, if it is public, the workspace might be configured differently. It can be set up to pre-accept any invites/requests to join for popular email providers. Realistically though, most workspaces require an invite to join. For…
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Microsoft, Google, and Qualcomm complain about NVIDIA’s purchase of Arm

[ad_1] Source: Harish Jonnalagadda / Windows Central Microsoft, Google, and Qualcomm are among major tech companies that have complained to U.S. antitrust regulators regarding NVIDIA’s acquisition of Arm Ltd. Bloomberg reports that at least once complaining company wants the deal killed, though it did not specify which. The concern from the tech giants is that…
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Windows 10 build 21313 rolls out to the Insider Dev Channel

[ad_1] After taking a week break, Microsoft is back with a new Windows 10 Insider Preview build for testers in the Dev Channel to submit feedback about. Today’s build is 21313, and features a handful of minor changes and enhancements in addition to a plenty of new fixes to test. Build 21313 includes updates to…
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European Cell Phone Brands: Champions Of The Old Continent – Mobility Arena – Mobile, Cell Phone, Smartphone Reviews, Specs, News

[ad_1] Back in the early 2000s, the mobile phone world was ruled by European companies. Everywhere you turned, European cell phone brands were present and highly visible. I remember a number of names with fondness. At the top of the list was Nokia, the Finnish company that brought us some of the world’s most popular…
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Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 21313

[ad_1] Hello Windows Insiders, today we are releasing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 21313 (RS_PRERELEASE) to Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel. This build is being offered to ALL Insiders in the Dev Channel. All Insiders in the Dev Channel will now receive the same build going forward. NOTE: Build 21313 will not be offered…
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Review: Surface Pro 7+ with LTE gets a big boost from Intel 11th Gen

[ad_1] Source: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central In January, Microsoft announced not Surface Pro 8, but Surface Pro 7+ with the unique “for Business” added on to the name. It is a move we have not seen from the company before, but it makes sense if a modernized and revamped Surface Pro 8 for consumers…
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The Division 2 is going to receive more content later this year

[ad_1] The Division 2 is the sequel to Ubisoft’s hit open-world ARPG, the Division, set in a faithfully recreated Washington D.C. The game has already received plenty of post-launch support and content updates, culminating in the recent 4K / 60fps patch for Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and PS5. The last major update for…
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Samsung Quick Share is reportedly coming to Windows 10 PCs

[ad_1] Apple’s AirDrop is an incredibly handy feature that lets you easily share content across devices. Unsurprisingly, many manufacturers have tried to replicate AirDrop, including Samsung. The Quick Share feature works on devices like the Galaxy S20 and allows you to quickly and easily share content between devices. Now, the feature appears to be on…
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Vanquish all of the Forsaken Beast in Valheim

[ad_1] Source: Windows Central / Zackery Cuevas In Valheim, you find yourself ferried into the tenth Norse world after falling in battle, but you’re not here to rest. Odin has tasked you with taking on beasts of myth and legend — sort of like a Norse custodian. These beasts are forsaken for a reason; they’re…
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Roller Champions beta preview: High-speed skating that’s got me hooked

[ad_1] Source: Ubisoft Entertainment SA Diverging from Ubisoft’s usual lineup of expansive role-playing to hit multiplayer shooters, Roller Champions could be its next title deserving of the spotlight. Best pitched as Rocket League sans rocket-powered vehicles, it’s a frantic scramble of arena roller-skating and ball games. The title first appeared on my radar at E3…
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How to Change Default Apps in Windows 10 Computer

[ad_1] It’s no doubt that Windows 10 is right now the most used desktop operating system. Compared to all other desktop operating systems, Windows 10 offers more features and options. Also, Windows is known for its massive app ecosystem. The operating system has a variety of apps like media player apps, web browsers, etc. Let’s…
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The Surface Duo is set to receive Android 11 by ‘mid-year’

[ad_1] Source: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central Microsoft’s Surface Duo originally came out in September 2020. When it launched, Microsoft promised regular updates for the device. That hasn’t exactly happened, but the device has received some updates since last fall. Now, reports and our own sources state that the Surface Duo is set to receive…
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Learn about ‘Flames of the Nether’ for Minecraft Dungeons in new dev diary

[ad_1] Source: Mojang Studios | Twitter Flames of the Nether is going to contain six exciting new missions spread across all the new biomes introduced in Minecraft’s Nether Update, with hordes of brand new enemies to discover and conquer. The update will also come with a free portion that will massively improve Minecraft Dungeons’ endgame,…
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How Often Should I Reboot My Computer? – Ask Leo!

[ad_1] Sometimes, it’s required; sometimes, it’s just a good idea. (Image: canva.com) Rebooting your computer “every so often” is less necessary these days than it once was, but the point is often moot. I have Windows 10. I leave my computer on all the time. How often should I re-boot my computer, or does it…
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8 Best Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus Accessories

[ad_1] Samsung ships the Galaxy S21 or the Galaxy S21 Plus smartphones without the charging adapter, earphones, or a back case. Yes, you do get the charging cable, but that’s about it. Hence, it goes without a doubt that should you want to get it charged. You must invest in some quality accessories. Also, the…
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Wendy’s roasts the Windows 10 Insider Program on National Roast Day

[ad_1] Yesterday was National Roast Day, which is apparently a thing. Wendy’s, the popular fast food restaurant known for its Twitter roasts, took the opportunity to roast anyone it could. The company’s Twitter account asked people to ask to be roasted. That tweet has over 18,000 replies, including one from Microsoft’s Brandon LeBlanc. LeBlanc asked…
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The NieR Replicant gameplay trailer includes a boss fight

[ad_1] Square Enix announced last year that it will be releasing a new version of the 2010 PS3 RPG NieR: Replicant on April 23 for Xbox One, Steam, and PS4, and today the developer released more than nine minutes of gameplay video to get players psyched to preorder the game. The video shows the protagonist…
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Tune in to a gaming and AI research summit from Microsoft this month

[ad_1] Source: Matt Brown | Windows Central Not many companies can claim to be as deeply involved in both gaming and AI as Microsoft, which has entire teams dedicated to each. Bringing together a ton of guest speakers and researchers, Microsoft is hosting a virtual research summit on gaming and AI at the end of…
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4 AI tools to help you reach your marketing goals

[ad_1] Marketing isn’t one-size-fits-all; depending on the industry, strategies, and tools, results differ. These AI marketing tools are helping marketers and small businesses increase their effectiveness. Marketing has historically been a top focus for most companies, with most companies allocating 7% to 12% of their gross revenues to marketing activities. Although marketing budgets appear to…
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Top 7 Ways to Fix Google Meet Audio Not Working

[ad_1] Major IT companies, such as Twitter and Spotify, are encouraging employees to work from home. Google is already on board with Google Meet software, and sensing the current trend, the search giant made the service free for all. It has quickly become the go-to video conferencing tool at GT. If you are getting started…
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Microsoft’s Brad Smith says US should copy Australia’s media law proposal

[ad_1] Source: Daniel Rubino/Windows Central Microsoft President Brad Smith recently shared a lengthy blog post on Microsoft’s endorsement of the controversal Australian media law proposal. The proposed law would require Facebook and Google to pay local media outlets for content. The proposal has seen severe backlash from Facebook and Google, including Google threatening to pull…
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Super Bowl LV: 5G, food delivery, and mobility data by the numbers

[ad_1] Due to the coronavirus pandemic, many people opted out of the traditional Super Bowl party. Turns out, fans ordered lots of delivery and moved less compared to the previous Sunday. Image: Global Wireless Solutions On Sunday, Super Bowl LV kicked off with a smaller crowd in attendance than in past years due to the…
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Rethinking supply chains and transforming IT to deliver a future-fit tech strategy

[ad_1] Two new reports from Forrester delve into how to revamp processes in an uncertain world and use technology to sense and respond quickly to market changes. Image: relif, Getty Images/iStockphoto Forrester has released two reports that deal with how to launch and pursue effective supply chain risk management and how tech leaders can future…
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Why cybersecurity insurance may be worth the cost

[ad_1] Cybersecurity insurance can compensate you in the event of a cyberattack. But how do you determine the right policy for your needs? Image: Duncan_Andison, Getty Images/iStockphoto A successful cyberattack can harm your organization in a variety of ways. Data loss. Business disruption. Lost productivity. Regulatory fines. Brand or reputation damage. Ultimately, these can all…
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Will Resident Evil Village come to Xbox One and PlayStation 4?

[ad_1] Best answer: Yes. While Resident Evil Village was originally announced as a next-generation only title, Capcom later confirmed that it would, in fact, be available on Xbox One and PS4. Is Resident Evil Village coming to Xbox One and PS4? Resident Evil Village is going to be playable on Xbox One or PS4, despite…
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Why Your iPhone Says “COVID-19 Exposure Notifications Are Available”

[ad_1] There’s a good chance you’ll see a “COVID-19 Exposure Notifications Are Available” pop-up on your iPhone sometime soon—if you haven’t already seen it. Apple and Google launched this feature last year, so why are you being prompted now? Some Local Governments Are Slower Than Others If you’re wondering why you’re seeing this message now,…
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FIX: VPN not working with Popcorn Time

[ad_1] by Aleksandar Ognjanovic Troubleshooting Expert Driven by privacy concerns and/or the urge to access geo-restricted content, users tend to combine Popcorn Time with VPNs a lot. While this combo generally works like a charm, issues might crawl in occasionally. You might experience issues that render either Popcorn time or your VPN unusable. If you…
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LG’s new gram laptops are available starting today

[ad_1] Source: Daniel Rubino/Windows Central The majority of LG’s refreshed lineup of gram laptops is now available for order. LG announced five new gram laptops at CES 2021, including the gram 17, gram 16, gram 14, gram 2-in-1 16, and gram 2-in-1 14. All of the traditional clamshell gram laptops are available starting today. You’ll…
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File Manager not showing files? Here’s the solution

[ad_1] One solution to this problem can be recovering those missing files from a backup (this implies that you are already using Windows Backup). Another method to recover them is by restoring the files to a previous version. In this article, we will show you what actions you can take and how you can successfully…
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Review: TerraMaster’s F5-221 is a 5-bay NAS with plenty to offer

[ad_1] Source: Rich Edmonds / Windows Central TerraMaster is starting to shine through as the value choice for network-attached storage (NAS) enclosures. While the company doesn’t produce the best NAS for home or best NAS for Plex, it does offer plenty of bang for your buck. The F5-221 is another fine example of this, rocking…
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Top 6 Fixes for Samsung Galaxy Watch Keeps Vibrating Randomly

[ad_1] Typically, your Samsung Galaxy smartwatch should vibrate when you receive a notification. But for several users, the Galaxy watch keeps vibrating randomly. The Galaxy smartwatch could be vibrating randomly due to some of its features. We will tell you how to turn off those features in this post. You should turn off each setting…
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Firefox’s JSON viewer is not working [Full Fix]

[ad_1] How do I view JSON in Firefox? The quickest way to view and edit JSON data in Firefox is through its integrated JSON viewer. The data viewer is enabled by default only in the Developer Edition and Nighly. If that doesn’t suit you, use some useful add-ons and web tools for Firefox. For more…
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When is Resident Evil Village release date?

[ad_1] Best answer: Resident Evil Village is currently set to release on May 7, 2021. Currently, preorders are available on Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Xbox One, PC, PS5, and PS4. When is the Resident Evil Village release date? As of right now, we know that Resident Evil Village is set to release on…
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LG’s Gram Laptops Weigh Less than The Money You’ll Spend on It Today

[ad_1] LG If you’re in the market for a Windows 10 laptop, take note: LG’s latest gram revamp is up for sale in the U.S. now. The latest models weigh less than three pounds but still pack some power. You’ll get Intel’s latest EVO certified 11th GEN processors, fingerprint sensors, and up to 16 GB’s of Ram.…
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Save more than $360 on the Dell XPS 2-in-1 touchscreen laptop at Amazon

[ad_1] The Dell XPS 2-in-1 is one of Dell’s latest and greatest with an upgrade to 11th-generation CPUs and the crazy fast Thunderbolt 4 ports. Check out how the laptop stacks up against its non-convertible version and decide before you buy. The Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 Touch Laptop has dropped to $1,439.20 at Amazon. For…
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9 Best Places to Get a Custom Logo for Your WordPress Website

[ad_1] Are you wondering where to get a custom logo for your WordPress website? A custom logo helps establish your brand and makes your website stand out. However, creating a logo by yourself can be difficult, time-consuming, and the final image may not look professional. A simple workaround is to use a logo maker or…
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16% of VPNs leak your IP address. It’s time to take action

[ad_1] by Milan Stanojevic Deputy Editor Every time you go online, an entire audience activates to track your every move. VPNs can generally protect your privacy without skipping a beat. However, some VPNs may leak your IP addresses which can make things ugly in no time. Keep unwanted access, prying eyes, and snoops of all…
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The 7 Best Lap Desks for Working from the Couch

[ad_1] If you’re working from home a lot these days, having a usable workspace is crucial. Thankfully, using one of these lap desks can make any area an optimal place to work from home. Whether you plan on working from your bed, need more height at your kitchen table, or want to game from the…
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Google account deleted? Here’s how to recover your docs

[ad_1] These two apps give you the chance to save personal documents to Cloud so can access and manage them across all of your devices. Moreover, you can share them with others, making collaboration more engaging and easier. Google also offers these services to companies, as an integrated platform, called Google Workspace. Here, employees can…
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The Razer Book 13 is a better shout than the Surface Laptop 3

[ad_1] For Razer’s first true Ultrabook, the company hit it out of the park. The design, hardware, and performance all put the Razer Book 13 on par with the very best the category has to offer, doing all the right things. From $1,200 at Razer Pros Gorgeous design 11th Gen Intel and EVO certified hardware…
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Psst…it’s true! She loves her phone more than you.

[ad_1] Your suspicions are real: A new report from SellCell revealed that 78% of women spend more time on their phone than with their partner. Image: iStock/dragana991 Just in time for the manufactured “day of love,” Valentine’s Day on Feb. 14, a new report spills the tea and delivers the truth. Her cell phone is…
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Intel attacks Mac devices, including Intel-based Macs, in new ads

[ad_1] Source: Harish Jonnalagadda / Windows Central A series of ads from Intel takes a swipe at Apple’s Mac lineup. The ads highlight Intel Evo and several things that you can do on Intel-based machines, like using a touch screen and playing games (via iMore). It’s a bit odd to see a campaign of ads…
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Can’t set Firefox as my Windows 10 default browser [Solved]

[ad_1] Run a System Scan to discover potential errors Click Start Scan to find Windows issues. Click Repair All to fix issues with Patented Technologies. Run a PC Scan with Restoro Repair Tool to find errors causing security problems and slowdowns. After the scan is complete, the repair process will replace damaged files with fresh…
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Apple Watches Might Detect COVID-19 up to a Week Early, a Study Suggests

[ad_1] Apple With a global pandemic still ongoing and vaccines still in short supply, early detection of COVID-19 is key to treating the disease. Unfortunately, COVID-19 doesn’t immediately show symptoms, even when it’s infectious. That’s why a new study that suggests Apple Watches can detect COVID-19 before the onset of symptoms is so intriguing. The study comes…
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This Buy 2 Nest Audios and Save $30 Sale Is Music to Our Ears

[ad_1] Google Looking to pick up a new smart speaker for your home? Or, better yet, to get two speakers so you can enjoy crisp, beautiful sound in stereo or have them playing music across multiple rooms. You can now save over $30 when you buy two Nest Audio speakers for $170 in this online…
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How to share your Apple Music now playing in Discord

[ad_1] Sharing what you’re listening to on Spotify with your Discord pals is super simple, unless you’re an Apple Music subscriber. Apple Music isn’t integrated into Discord the way Spotify is, but thanks to an immense developer community, where there’s a will, there’s a way. How to add Apple Music rich presence to Discord There…
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How to hide your IP address in Windows 7 (3 tested methods]

[ad_1] by Aleksandar Ognjanovic Troubleshooting Expert Although it’s no longer considered the sharpest tool in the shed, Windows 7 is still a popular choice for users worldwide. If you’re still loyal to this OS version, you may consider tightening your security/privacy measures. One sure way to protect your privacy is by hiding your IP address.…
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Microsoft rolls out an update to fix ‘Blue Screen of Death’ issue

[ad_1] Source: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central Microsoft is rolling out an update that fixes an issue that caused the “Blue Screen of Death” (BSoD) to appear on some PCs. A Microsoft support document confirms that people may run into issues after installing the KB4598298 or KB4601315 updates (via Windows Latest). The issue is caused…
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How to backup your Microsoft SharePoint online

[ad_1] As a result, not only does SharePoint make data transfers easier but it also helps the users find information faster, thus increasing efficiency. Unfortunately, not everything goes according to plan. Sometimes data gets corrupted, lost, or deleted by accident. To prevent such a thing from happening in the first place, rest assured that there…
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Here’s how you update Microsoft Defender within a Windows 10 image

[ad_1] Although after the installation of Windows 10, the built-in version of Microsoft Defender Antivirus will download and apply the most recent updates automatically, the process does not happen immediately, leaving the system temporarily vulnerable to attacks during this period. Since it could be many hours before the system receives the update, Microsoft created a…
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How to hide your IP address when abroad

[ad_1] by Aleksandar Ognjanovic Troubleshooting Expert Privacy is to be taken seriously even while connected to your Local Area Network. If you’re globetrotting your way around the globe, privacy is paramount. There are various ways you can go about hiding your online identity. Keep your IP hidden and your identity protected with these 3 efficient…
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How to hide IP address on Local Area Network (4 foolproof methods)

[ad_1] by Aleksandar Ognjanovic Troubleshooting Expert The tech era is as dangerous as it is advantageous, so privacy protection should be a priority. Thus, you should aim at keeping your online identity hidden by all means necessary. One way to do that is by hiding your IP address. However, there are many ways to do…
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Upgrade Your Bed with These 10 President’s Day Mattress Sales

[ad_1] Helix/Avocado/Nest Bedding Tired of tossing and turning? There’s no better time of year to upgrade your sad old mattress than mid-February when you can take advantage of President’s Day sales. Here are 10 sales from companies that ship right to your door. When it comes to shopping for a mattress online, there’s more than…
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Just $20: Switch to Metro And Get a Motorola One 5G Ace for Dirt Cheap

[ad_1] The price of 5G phones seems to be in a nose dive. Metro, formerly MetroPCS and now a sub-brand of T-Mobile, is selling the cheapest one we’ve seen yet: just $20. It’s a new budget model from Motorola, the One 5G Ace. But as you might expect with a price that low, there are…
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How to Start Google Maps in Satellite View

[ad_1] Satellite View is a feature that has been in Google Maps since the service was first released. It can be handy to see a real-world top-down view of any location. We’ll show you how to start in this view by default on Android and iPhone. Before we enable Satellite View by default, you should know…
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10 Best Music Torrent Sites in 2021 [New Torrent Sites]

[ad_1] Those days were gone when we have relied on radios and portable music player devices to listen to music. These days, we can listen to music on our smartphones. Even the music streaming industry has recorded steady growth over the past few years. If we talk about media streaming services, there are plenty of…
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The New PopMount Photo Is a Tripod Mount for Your PopGrip-Equipped Phone

[ad_1] PopSockets PopSockets has launched a new accessory, called the PopMount Photo, making it easy for PopGrip users to stabilize their phone while shooting photos or videos. The PopMount Photo can stand on a flat surface, like a table or countertop, or it can screw into a tripod for added flexibility. It’s available now for…
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VPN blocked on Comcast and Xfinity [Solved]

[ad_1] by Aleksandar Ognjanovic Troubleshooting Expert Comcast routers can be quite picky when it comes to VPN protocols Xfinity blocking VPN traffic is not really a secret, and the Comcast routers give it the upper hand. A non-functional VPN can have a serious impact on your privacy. Get your VPN to work with Comcast again…
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How to Split Data Into Multiple Columns in Excel

[ad_1] If you start an Excel workbook by grouping data into the same cell and later decide to ungroup it, Excel has several easy functions that can split one spreadsheet column into two. Here’s how to use both “Text to Columns” and “Flash Fill.” How to Use “Text to Columns” in Excel Select the cells…
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7 Ways To Enhance Your Productivity This Year, With Your Nokia Devices – Mobility Arena – Mobile, Cell Phone, Smartphone Reviews, Specs, News

[ad_1] The new year allows us to refresh our goals and aspirations. However, it takes determination and deliberateness to achieve those goals, including those digital technology detox targets. In the digital age, as we are more dependent on technology, how do we strike a balance and maintain productivity? And how do you ensure that your…
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Crunchyroll won’t work with VPN? Here’s how to fix it

[ad_1] by Aleksandar Ognjanovic Troubleshooting Expert If fantasy-inspired anime is what gets you going, Crunchyroll is certainly a name that rings bells. And if you’re not US-based, you certainly need a VPN to enjoy Crunchyroll content. Should the two ever happen to not work together, help yourself to the fixes we included below. One popular…
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BBC iPlayer detecting/blocking VPN [How to fix]

[ad_1] by Milan Stanojevic Deputy Editor BBC Iplayer is quite aggressive when it comes to blocking VPN users. That’s not an uncommon practice among major players in the streaming services market. Don’t give up on hope just yet – we have compiled a few tested solutions for you. One of the most popular solutions is…
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How to Find and Join Telegram Channels

[ad_1] Khamosh Pathak As far as messaging apps go, Telegram is quite unique (especially compared to Signal). You get access to third-party clients, bots, drop-in audio chats, and more. Telegram’s public broadcasting channels are one such feature. Here’s how to find and join Telegram channels. What Are Telegram Channels? Telegram channels are different from Telegram…
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10 Best Game Hacker Apps For Android in 2021 [Updated]

[ad_1] Right now, there are plenty of apps available on the Google Play Store. Most of them are free, and the other ones are premium. However, Android users love to explore more and more new apps and games. Since its an open-source operating system, users can expand the operating system’s features by using some apps.…
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Google Search Engine to Get Dark Mode Feature Soon

[ad_1] Google is testing a dark mode feature for its Search Engine on desktop. This is the second time, Google has been found testing the dark mode. Earlier, in December Google was spotted testing the feature. Google to Roll Out Dark Mode Feature for Desktop Search Engine According to The Verge, Google is testing the…
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How To Use Gpick, a GUI Color Picker & Selection Tool for Ubuntu and Mint

[ad_1] Shutterstock/Radu Bercan What is that color on the edge of that application? Is that red? Or Maroon, Burgundy or Bordeaux? Having a GUI (Desktop) based color picker is always handy! Find out how to install one that works and works well. What Is a Color Picker? A color picker, or color selection tool, allows…
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How to Check if Your Android Device is Certified or Not

[ad_1] As of now, there are hundreds of Android devices available on the marketplace. We have smartphone manufacturers like Samsung, Xiaomi, etc., who have been making good smartphones. However, if you have operated multiple Android devices before, you may know that the OS looks different depending on the manufacturer. Phone manufacturers often have their own…
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6 best tools to hide your IP address on Windows 10

[ad_1] by Radu Tyrsina CEO & Founder To keep your IP address private from the web, you need to hide it with dedicated software. To hide your IP address, a VPN solution that encrypts the traffic is the best protection software. With an increasing count of privacy violations, having reliable IP masking software has grown…
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Microsoft: Still no plans for future ‘Halo Wars 2’ content or sequels

[ad_1] Halo is a billion-dollar video game franchise for Microsoft, which has seen a ton of success recently with releases on Steam and Xbox Game Pass for PC. Microsoft is gearing up to launch Halo Infinite later this year, after a prolific delay last summer. But there’s another Halo game in the roster that has…
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Where Did the Numeric Keypads on PC Keyboards Come From?

[ad_1] NataLT / Shutterstock If you’ve ever used a computer, you’ve probably seen it: A grid of numbers and mathematical operators on the far-right side of a keyboard. It’s a numeric keypad—but how did it get there, and why is it laid out the way it is? Let’s explore its origins. It’s All About the…
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Top 10 Sites Like Craigslist 2021: Post Free Classified Ads

[ad_1] In Short Hacks: Are you looking for Similar Sites like Craigslist? Then You are landed to the right place. Here we have posted all craigslist alternatives that you can use to buy and sell old and new products in 2021. Best Sites like Craigslist: itechhacks.com The Internet is home to all the websites which…
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Is Showbox Safe? Top 5 Showbox Alternatives of 2021

[ad_1] Are you looking for Alternatives to Showbox for your Android, PC, and iOS? Then you have arrived at the right blog post. If you are using Android, iOS, Windows, or macOS, the Showbox application is one of the most considered and most downloaded app for all the platforms, and yes! it is absolutely free.…
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Xiaomi Redmi K40, Redmi K40 Pro Specs Leaked, Snapdragon 888, 870 SoCs Tipped – Mobility Arena – Mobile, Cell Phone, Smartphone Reviews, Specs, News

[ad_1] A number of leaks and tips concerning Xiaomi’s Redmi K40 smartphones have hit the airwaves, as a Chinese tipster on Weibo has given us a number of hints on what to expect when the Redmi K40 and K40 Pro launch on the 25th of February. The Redmi K40 is expected to house the Snapdragon…
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How to Protect Your New Android Device (2021): With Infographics

[ad_1] Many people received or purchased a new Android phone over the Christmas and New Year holidays. But while they are probably enjoying all the new features, most will not do enough to keep the device and their data safe. As one of the most popular operating systems for smartphones and devices, Android also places…
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Browser will not allow copy and paste[Quick & Easy Fix]

[ad_1] This solutions also cover the following 4 issues: How to copy and paste on websites that don’t allow it chrome How to copy and paste when it won’t let you How to copy text from web page that cannot be copied How to copy text from a website that won’t let you Quick tip:…
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