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How to Configure Automatic Scans with Windows Defender on Windows 10

Windows Defender is a grown-up antivirus, there’s no doubt about this, and the most recent antivirus tests performed by security researchers come as living proof in this regard. And because Windows Defender has improved so significantly lately,...
Topics: Computer Security

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We might finally be getting an Apple battery case for the iPhone Xs

Many iPhone owners, even those with the newest models, struggle to get through the day on a single charge. Up until last year, Apple produced a battery-pack case for its newest iPhones, and allowed other companies, like Mophie, to produce cases as...
Topics: Apple, IPhone Battery, Iphone, Mobile Technology

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This cable lets you charge your Surface Pro or Laptop from a USB-C battery

Earlier this year, I wrote about the long-awaited Surface USB-C adapter that finally added a versatile USB-C port to Microsoft’s Surface Pro and Surface Laptop computers. The adapter works as advertised, but it’s large, heavy, clumsy, and...
Topics: Microsoft Surface, Laptops, Microsoft

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Lenovo built a slider phone with 12GB of RAM

While Lenovo continues to push the Motorola brand in the West, it's also been busy doing its own thing back in China. Just last month, the company brought us the Z5 Pro all-screen slider phone which, to our surprise, packed mid-tier specs to...
Topics: Lenovo, Motorola

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The Dell Vostro 15-inch Core i7 laptop is just $629 with this stackable code - CNET

That's the lowest price to date on this powerhouse portable. Plus: More great game deals and the last upright cleaner you'll ever need.
Topics: Dell, Laptops

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AT&T is turning on 5G access for its new mobile hotspot this week

A little taste of 5G is coming early, courtesy of AT&T’s new mobile hotspot. The carrier announced this morning that it will be firing up limited 5G service in a dozen cities across the U.S. this Friday, currently only accessible via the...
Topics: Netgear

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Popular Photo Editing App 'Darkroom' Expands to the iPad

Popular iPhone photo editing app Darkroom is today expanding to the iPad, marking the app's biggest update since its 2015 launch. Darkroom has been rebuilt from the ground up to add support for the iPad, which means there are app-wide...
Topics: Tech Photos, Ipad, Tablets, Iphone, Mobile Technology

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The UE Boom 2 is an excellent portable speaker that you can still get in time for Christmas

The UE Boom 2 is no stranger to discounts. We’ve seen it go as low as $59.99, though today’s deal at Amazon is nearly as good for a Bluetooth speaker that’s still easy to recommend, despite that it’s an older model. Normally $199 (though...
Topics: Christmas, Amazon, Bluetooth

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This $30 LED light strip is just as good as the $90 Philip Hue version

If you love the look of the Philips Hue LightStrip Plus but the idea of spending between $70 and $90 on it gives you pause, we’ve got another option you should definitely check out. It’s called the Magic Hue WiFi RGB Light Strip and it...

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DEAL: AUKEY Wireless Chargers Starting at $6.99 on Amazon With Coupon Codes

Should you be looking to pick up a new wireless charger for your Qi-compatible device, AUKEY has a little holiday sale going on through Amazon via coupon codes. Ah, we love the holidays. Specifically, you can get an “ultra-slim” 5W Qi...
Topics: Amazon

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How one lightbulb could allow hackers to burgle your home

This holiday season, gift guides are full of “smart home” devices: lightbulbs, plugs, security cameras, thermostats, and doorbells you can control wirelessly from your phone. Analysts anticipate that the popularity of these...
Topics: Hackers, Computer Security, Thermostats

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Nintendo Switch is America's fastest-selling console

In case it wasn't clear already, Nintendo has completely turned things around from the failure that was the Wii U. According to data from the reliable NPD Group, Nintendo sold more 8.7 million Switch consoles in the US from its launch in March...
Topics: Nintendo

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Philips Hue Bulbs Can Now Stay Off During A Power Surge

Power surges and blackouts can happen from time to time for a variety of reasons. However the problem with such instances is that if you rely on connected objects like smart light bulbs, they can turn themselves back on when the power is back. This...

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Fortnite’s Cross-Platform Tools Offered To Other Developers For Free

Fortnite battle royale is a massive cross-platform hit. The title is available on a variety of gaming and mobile platforms. The underlying software infrastructure which supports this cross-platform behemoth is quite complex and Epic would be...

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Computers Determine States of Consciousness

A machine learning algorithm uses EEG traces to find a patient’s odds of waking -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
Topics: Algorithms

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Mixing Tangible And Intangible: Designing Multimodal Interfaces Using Adobe XD

Mixing Tangible And Intangible: Designing Multimodal Interfaces Using Adobe XD Mixing Tangible And Intangible: Designing Multimodal Interfaces Using Adobe XD ...
Topics: Adobe

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Engadget giveaway: Win a security package courtesy of Bitdefender!

Deliveries left out on your doorstep, nocturnal pet activities and network-connected devices open wide to the world for possible hacking or botnet conscription are just some of the reasons Bitdefender has provided this week's giveaway package....
Topics: Botnet

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There was more than just one Razr - CNET

The original thin phone is 14 years old. Take a look back the Motorola Razr V3 in all of its many iconic forms.
Topics: Motorola Razr, Motorola

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iOS 12.1.2 now available to download on iPhone and iPad

Less than two weeks after the last significant iOS 12 update -- one which brought a wide variety of new features and changes to the platform -- Apple has returned with a smaller (but no less necessary) update. On Monday, Apple shared iOS 12.1.2,...
Topics: Ios, Iphone, Mobile Technology, Ipad, Tablets, Apple

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You can still get two Sonos speakers for $80 less than one Apple HomePod

Apple’s HomePod is actually a surprisingly good speaker. It’s definitely held back a bit by Siri, but in terms of sound quality it’s fantastic. Of course, it’s also insanely overpriced so there are a bunch of better options...
Topics: Apple

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