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Time to Setup Google’s New Automatic Call Screening on Your Pixel

With the first “Pixel feature drop” this week, one of the big new features set to arrive on Google’s Pixel line is a part of Call Screen. Google has taken their previous Call Screen idea and applied a couple of new highly useful...
Topics: Google

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Review: AT&T's Power Drum Can Charge Your Apple Watch and Another Qi Device on the Go, but Phones...

Ever since the Apple Watch launched in 2015, we've seen countless products that save up some counter or desktop space by letting you charge your ‌Apple Watch‌ and iPhone in one spot. There are numerous versions of this type of accessory,...
Topics: Apple, Iphone, Mobile Technology

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Best smart plugs of 2019 - CNET

Smartening dumb devices has never been easier. These voice assistant powered plugs are your best bets for a connected home.

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Snatch ransomware use Safe Mode loophole to beat Windows defenses

Sophos’s research team has identified a new exploit in the wild which uses a Windows feature to bypass security software installed on a PC. The Snatch ransomware crashes your computer and forces it to reboot into Safe Mode. In Safe Mode...
Topics: Computer Security

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How to switch users on a Mac computer in 3 different ways

You can switch users on a Mac computer in a few different ways.  To quickly switch users on your Mac, you can enable a shortcut that will allow you to choose profiles directly from a menu box in the upper right corner of your desktop.   You can...

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Chrome now offering better password protection with improved features

If Chrome is your browser of your choice, you entrust a lot of your browsing information here. That’s why it’s important that they give you a lot of features to safeguard your privacy and security while browsing. They’re sharing now how they...
Topics: Chrome

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How to turn off Safe Mode on your Android phone or tablet in 2 ways

You can turn off Safe Mode on most Android devices in two ways, one of which is as simple as just restarting your phone. Safe Mode on an Android device blocks third-party apps from operating, and can help you diagnose issues with the device. ...
Topics: Android, Android Apps, Mobile Technology, Tablets

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Pixel’s Call Screen now saves audio from calls, automatic settings roll out

One of the great AI-powered features on Google’s Pixel smartphones is the ability to screen calls before answering them by having Assistant answer on your behalf. Now, Automatic Call Screen is rolling out to Pixel owners along with an option...
Topics: Google, Mobile Technology

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7 Tips to Save Money on PC Repairs

You don’t have to pay for expensive technical assistance to repair your PC. Most repairs are simple and can be completed in a matter of minutes. Here are nine tips for making simple PC repairs and save money on computer shop repair prices. But...

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PlayStation 4 Is the Most Popular Pornhub Console

While we get ready for the PlayStation 5 next year, the PlayStation 4 sure is going out with a bang. As Sony celebrates 25 years of the PlayStation platform, the PlayStation 4 became the fastest console to reach 100 million in sales. And it has...
Topics: Playstation, Sony

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Twitter now lets you make GIFs out of iOS Live Photos

Rejoice, iOS Live Photos have found yet another purpose! Twitter announced today that it will allow users to take Live Photos from their iPhone or other iOS device and upload the media as a GIF in their tweet. Your iOS Live Photos can now be used...
Topics: Twitter, Social Media, Ios, Tech Photos, Iphone, Mobile Technology

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Zuitte bundles 50 online business tools together to help scale your startup or side hustle

The guys who created Zuitte wanted to build a package that brought everything a new digital business owner needs under one roof. Right now, you can get a lifetime of access to their 50-tool suite of business services for just $199, a more than 90...
Topics: Startup

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Cisco slips on a Tolkien ring: One chip design to rule them all, one design to find them. One...

And in the darkness bind them – to next year's IT budgets Cisco has launched a single chip architecture that it claims will work well in network routing and switching gear, and manage data better than existing processors in both categories.…
Topics: Cisco

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Watch this machine made out of Lego sort other Lego using AI

Back at my parents’ house, there’s a couple giant tubs of Lego sitting in my old bedroom closet stuffed with over 20 years of my Lego collection. If I ever had to sort that collection by hand, it would probably take me the better part of the...

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A Tree of LEDs That Blows Out Like a Candle

The beautiful workmanship in [Andrew]’s LED tree is gorgeous all on its own, but of course there’s more going on than meets the eye. This  LED tree can be blown out like a candle and it even playfully challenges a user to blow out all...

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Stackable Open Source 3D Printer Enclosure

One of the unfortunate realities of desktop FDM 3D printing is that environmental factors such as ambient temperature and humidity can have a big impact on your results. Even with the exact same settings, a part that printed beautifully in the...
Topics: Open Source Software, 3D Printers, Printers

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Linux Fu: Debugging Bash Scripts

A recent post about debugging constructs surprised me. There were quite a few comments about how you didn’t need a debugger, as long as you had printf. For that matter, we’ve all debugged systems where you had nothing but an LED to flash...
Topics: Linux

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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Adobe, AutoZone, CenturyLink, Cigna, Conn’s, Golar LNG,...

Wednesday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations included Adobe, AutoZone, CenturyLink, Cigna, Conn's, Golar LNG, Revolve, Surmodics and UPS.
Topics: Adobe

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Nodle crowdsources IoT connectivity

Nodle, which is competing in the TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin Startup Battlefield this week, is based on a simple premise: What if you could crowdsource the connectivity of smart sensors by offloading it to smartphones? For most sensors, built-in cell...
Topics: Startup, Mobile Technology

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Rescue An Expensive Servo With Some Reverse Engineering

[Andrew] had a servo damaged by someone connecting the power supply to the wrong pins (whoops) which fried the microcontroller and a logic level shifter. With a bit of reverse engineering, he successfully restored basic servo functionality by...

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