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How to Rename Bluetooth Devices on Windows 11

When you connect a Bluetooth device to your PC, Windows 11 automatically uses a generic product name to identify the device. The name is often determined by the paired device’s model number and vendor. While the default Bluetooth device names...
Topics: Bluetooth

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Why Linux Is Free: How the Open Source World Makes Money

On Windows, Mac, and mobile devices, you can make a decent living selling software directly to users. On those platforms, people are accustomed to paying for applications. Things are different for open-source software. You're free to charge...
Topics: Linux, Open Source Software

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50 Tips to Help You Achieve the Best PC Gaming Machine

Whether it's your first time buying or building a gaming PC, or you're a PC gaming fanatic, a new rig is undoubtedly exciting. Each year, consumers are hit with new technologies that allow them to crank up the volume on their PC hardware;...

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How to Appear Offline on Discord

If you don’t want your Discord friends to know when you come online, you can choose to appear offline. You can make your profile appear offline on all platforms, and we’ll show you how.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

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Morefine M6 is a phone-sized mini PC with Celeron N5105 (crowdfunding)

The Morefine M6 is a computer with an Intel Celeron N5105 quad-core processor, up to 16GB of RAM and support for up to two SSDs, and support for Windows 11, Ubuntu, or other Linux-based operating systems. It’s also pocket-sized, measuring 155...
Topics: Mobile Technology, Crowdfunding, Intel, Linux, Ubuntu

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How to Restart Mozilla Firefox

If you need to troubleshoot Firefox (or your add-ons) on Windows, Mac, or Linux, you can restart the browser from within the app without losing any of your open tabs. Here’s how to do it.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›
Topics: Firefox, Linux

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How to Delete Stickers on Snapchat

Snapchat makes it easy to delete the stickers you’ve added to your photo or video Snaps. We’ll show you how to do just that in Snapchat on your iPhone or Android phone.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›
Topics: Snapchat, Tech Photos, Tech Videos, Iphone, Mobile Technology, Android

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7 Reasons You Shouldn't Buy a PS5

If you subscribe to the idea of console wars, you'll be very aware that Sony's PlayStation 4 was a huge success compared to Microsoft's Xbox One—it sold more than twice as much. In fact, the PS4 is one of the top-selling consoles...
Topics: Sony, Playstation, Microsoft, Xbox

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How to Change Fonts on Instagram

Instagram is fairly limited when it comes to fonts. For instance, there is no official setting that lets you change your Instagram's bio font or even the fonts of your comments. But that doesn't mean that you can't change fonts at all.
Topics: Instagram

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Microsoft To Do for iOS updated with improved Activity Notes

Microsoft recently released a minor update to the To Do app on Apple App Store. This v2.62 update comes with activity notes improvements. The full changelog reads: You can now add more context to your activities. We have added new formatting options...
Topics: Microsoft, Ios, Apple's App Store, Apple

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DevToys is PowerToys for Developers

We are big fans of PowerToys, the set of utilities which let users extend the features of Windows and make your workflow easier. Now another Microsoft developer, Etienne  Baudoux Veler,  has released DevToys, which does the same for developers....
Topics: Microsoft

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New Zealand adds new COVID restrictions as omicron spreads

New Zealanders are set to face new COVID-19 restrictions after nine cases of the omicron variant were detected in a single family that flew to Auckland for a wedding earlier this month

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Zhengbang Pick & Places Your Confidential Data In The Bag, Slowly

Isn’t it convenient when your pick-and-place machine arrives with a fully-set-up computer inside of it? Plug in a keyboard, mouse and a monitor, and you have a production line ready to go. Turns out, you can have third parties partake in your...

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Harnessing noise in optical computing for AI

A research team has developed an optical computing system for AI and machine learning that not only mitigates the noise inherent to optical computing but actually uses some of it as input to help enhance the creative output of the artificial neural...

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What Is a Ring Chime and What Does It Do?

A Ring Chime is a handy companion device for your home, especially if you live in a spacious place.

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What Is Sideloading, and What Are the Risks?

Sideloading is the practice of installing software on a device without using the approved app store or software distribution channel. Some devices allow this without modification and others need to be “jailbroken” to make sideloading...

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Microsoft’s new Windows Office Insider Preview Build 14912.20000 includes improvements to Power...

Microsoft has released a new Office Insider Preview Build 14912.20000 for Windows users that registered in the Beta Channel of the Office Insider program. The new Office Insider Preview build adds improvements to the Power BI-connected PivotTables,...
Topics: Microsoft

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Google Pixel “At a Glance” Starts to Get New Batch of Features

The “At a Glance” widget that Google won’t let us turn off on Pixel phones is finally going to do more than show you the weather and your commute times and calendar appointments. It was previously rumored to be getting a sizable...
Topics: Google

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8 ways to troubleshoot if Gmail is not working properly

You can resolve Gmail issues in a variety of ways.Getty Images If Gmail is not working properly, there are some troubleshooting steps you can take to get it working again.  Make sure that there isn't a problem with your browser; you can try...
Topics: Gmail

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T-Bao TBOOK MN22 is a mini PC with AMD Athlon 3150U

Chinese device maker T-Bao’s TBOOK MN22 is a small form-factor desktop computer that measures about 4.7″ x 4.7″ x 2″ and which can drive up to three 4K displays, supports PCIe NVMe storage as well as an optional hard drive,...
Topics: AMD

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