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Respawn finally address major level 500 bug in Apex Legends – Dexerto

Respawn finally address major level 500 bug in Apex Legends – Dexerto

Why do I have to complete a CAPTCHA? Completing the CAPTCHA proves you are a human and gives you temporary access to the web property. What can I do to prevent this in the future? If you are on a personal connection, like at home, you can run an anti-virus scan on your device to…
Finally: A guitar pedal you’re supposed to spill beer on

Finally: A guitar pedal you’re supposed to spill beer on

Inside the container is a green LED that's part of the "liquid analyzer." See, what you put inside determines the sound of your distortion. How easily it conducts your guitars AC signal determines the amount of gain and the opacity of the liquid determines the amount of treble and bass. So, depending on what you…
Fitbit Finally Releases Blood Oxygen Monitoring – Motley Fool

Fitbit Finally Releases Blood Oxygen Monitoring – Motley Fool

The wearable tech company is waking up a dormant sensor. Many Fitbit (NYSE:FIT) products in recent years have included a relative SpO2 sensor that can measure blood oxygen levels. That information can be useful in diagnosing certain conditions like sleep apnea, a disorder that affects over 20 million Americans. However, that hardware has mostly remained unused as…
Google is finally killing off Chrome apps, which nobody really used anyhow

Google is finally killing off Chrome apps, which nobody really used anyhow

Today, Google shared an updated timeline for when Chrome apps will stop working on all platforms. June 2022 is when they’ll be gone for good, but it depends on which platform you’re on (via 9to5Google). Previously, we knew that Chrome apps someday wouldn’t work on Windows, macOS, and Linux, but today, Google revealed that Chrome…
Google finally brings its security key feature to iPhones

Google finally brings its security key feature to iPhones

More than half a year after Google said Android phones could be used as a security key, the feature is coming to iPhones. Google said it’ll bring the feature to iPhones in an effort to give at-risk users, like journalist and politicians, access to additional account and security safeguards, effectively removing the need to use…
This year may finally fulfill the promise of private human spaceflight

This year may finally fulfill the promise of private human spaceflight

LFG — Big and small rockets. The Moon and Mars. Lots of asteroid stuff, too. Eric Berger - Jan 15, 2020 12:30 pm UTC Enlarge / Is this the year paying customers fly into space on VSS Unity and White Knight Two?This year could see the fulfillment of a number of long-promised achievements in human…
Finally, A Real Set Of Gamecube Joycons – Hackaday

Finally, A Real Set Of Gamecube Joycons – Hackaday

The Gamecube may not have sold as many units as its competitors in its day, but it maintains a cult fanbase to this day. Due largely to the Smash Bros. community, its controllers are still highly sought after. After the release of the Nintendo Switch, with plenty of fan renders around the place [Shank Mods]…
Wi-Fi 6 is finally here

Wi-Fi 6 is finally here

Over the past decade, our homes have filled up with more and more devices, small and large, simple and complex, all connected to Wi-Fi. Each device demands some of your router’s time and bandwidth, and that’s increasingly become a problem — the more devices you have, the more your router’s capacity is spread thin. If…
I finally switched from Chrome to Mozilla Firefox — and you should too – Digital Trends

I finally switched from Chrome to Mozilla Firefox — and you should too –...

I have been in an on-and-off relationship with Mozilla Firefox for the past five years. Every time I’d get ecstatic over a major new Firefox update — hoping to, at long last, break free from the hegemony of Google Chrome — my hopes would be squandered as soon as I began browsing the web like…
CES 2020 shows we might finally be ready to make Alexa our copilot – Android Central

CES 2020 shows we might finally be ready to make Alexa our copilot –...

If you are on a personal connection, like at home, you can run an anti-virus scan on your device to make sure it is not infected with malware. If you are at an office or shared network, you can ask the network administrator to run a scan across the network looking for misconfigured or infected…

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Windows 7: “I’m not dead yet!”

Dead OS booting — Over half of businesses still haven't finished move to Windows 10; zombie systems flourish. Sean Gallagher - Jan 14, 2020 6:18 pm UTC Enlarge / A man looks at the home screen for the "new" Windows 7 platform when it was launched in October 2009. Microsoft has ended support, but the…

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