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Watch Quibi on Your TV With the New Android TV App

Quibi No one could blame you if you forgot about Quibi, but the company released an app for Android TV. You can grab the app for free on the Play Store for all Android-enabled TVs including the new Chromecast with Google TV. While the app is free, you’ll need to be subscribed in order to access any of…
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New Challenger Approaching: Amazon Luna Game Streaming Early Access Starts Now

Amazon Let the battle be joined. After Google, NVIDIA, and Microsoft entered the booming streaming game service market with Stadia, GeForce NOW, and Xbox Game Pass respectively, it seems like it was only a matter of time before web backbone Amazon got in on the action. The time is up, as the Luna game streaming…
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How to Install Windows 10’s October 2020 Update (20H2)

Windows 10’s October 2020 Update (20H2) was released on October 20, 2020—kind of. As usual, Microsoft is slowly rolling out the update to small numbers of PCs at a time, letting people choose to install it and see how it works on their PCs. If you’re not in a rush, we recommend you wait until…
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How to Create iPhone and iPad Wallpapers Using Shortcuts

A custom wallpaper goes really well with custom app icons and custom widgets. You don’t need to be a designer to create your own solid-color or gradient wallpaper. All it takes is the Shortcuts app on your iPhone and iPad. Using the WallCreator shortcut from MacStories, you can generate a solid-color or a gradient wallpaper…
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How to Enable Nest Hello Video Doorbell’s Halloween Sounds

CC Photo Labs/Shutterstock ‘Tis the season for trick-or-treating, and spooky sounds are returning to your Nest Hello video doorbell! It not only changes the sounds your doorbell makes when it rings, but also your visitor announcements on Google Assistant devices. It’s incredibly easy to activate, here’s how! When you first open the Nest app on…
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How to Search for Products Sold and Shipped By Amazon Itself

Amazon.com acts as a middleman in the sale of millions of goods from thousands of vendors all over the world. The quality of those goods varies wildly. To avoid concerns about third-party sellers, you can choose to only buy products procured, owned, and sold by Amazon itself. Here’s how. “Shipped by Amazon” vs. “Sold by…
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Google Discontinued the Nest Secure Alarm System With No Promised Replacement

Google What do you consider the essential components of a security system? Perhaps cameras, sensors, and an arming system? Well, if you plan to use Nest products for your DIY security, you’ll have to do without the last. Google confirmed it’s not selling the Nest Secure device anymore, and it doesn’t appear to have a…
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Online Shopping: Just How Safe Is It? – Ask Leo!

As you might expect, I get many questions from users concerned about online security. With regular news of identity theft, credit card fraud, and database hacking, many are understandably concerned about the security of their own information online, particularly when it comes to online shopping. Some are so concerned, they actively avoid online shopping for…
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You Can’t Play Oculus Go Games on the Oculus Quest 2

Facebook The Oculus Go was a simple little VR headset that toed the line of affordability and practicality. “Was” being the keyword because it’s discontinued. That’s OK though, many of your Go games work on the Oculus Quest, an arguably superior VR headset. Unfortunately, if you upgraded to an Oculus Quest 2, then you’ll lose…
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Apple TV+ Adds Classic ‘Peanuts’ Specials Today with New Ones on the Way

WildBrain Today, cartoon animation studio WildBrain announced a new collection of one-off special episodes starring the Peanuts gang, available on Apple TV+. The service will also play home to The Snoopy Show when it launches in 2021. The classic holiday specials will be added to Apple TV+’s catalogue this year as well. The holiday specials…
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NASA Partners With Nokia to Build a Cellular Network on the Moon

Andrey Armyagov / Shutterstock As mobile carriers are pushing for 5G connectivity around the world, a new partnership between NASA and Nokia is now promising to bring cellular connectivity to the moon. Announced on Monday, the duo plans to have the cellular network built by late 2022. But unlike here on Earth, they’ll be using…
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The 2-Inch Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 Launches at Just $25

Raspberry Pi Foundation Need a smaller version of the super-powerful Raspberry Pi 4? The Raspberry Pi Foundation just launched its new Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4, a bare-bones SoC that packs fantastic performance in a 2.16 by 1.57-inch form factor. The Compute Module 4 is available now starting at $25. The Raspberry Pi Compute Module…
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How to Install Apps and Games on Android TV

Set-top boxes and smart TVs are only as good as the apps you can use on them. Android TV has a large library of streaming services and games you can enjoy on your big screen. Installing them is as easy as visiting the Google Play Store. Install an App on Your Android TV Use the…
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AMC’s $99 Private Movie Screenings Come With Some Steep Hidden Charges

If you’ve ever been the only person to buy a ticket for a showing in a movie theater, you know it’s a wonderfully private experience. With the COVID-19 pandemic still sweeping the US, and Hollywood studios reluctant to release nine-figure movies to absent audiences, AMC is offering that experience to anyone. Sort of. If you’re…
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How to Stop AirPods Automatically Switching between iPhone and iPad

D.L.Sakharova/Shutterstock.com AirPods and AirPods Pro now automatically switch between iPhone and iPad. If you put down your iPad and start a call on your iPhone, they’ll switch to your iPhone automatically. Don’t like this feature? Here’s how to disable it. How Automatic AirPods Switching Works This feature was added in iOS 14, iPadOS 14, and macOS Big…
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