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IPL 2020, which is the thirteenth season of the Indian Premier League, is beginning from today, September 19. The tournament was originally scheduled for March 29, though it got delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic. As many as eight teams are participating in the IPL 2020 series that will see a total of 60 cricket
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iOS 14 is available for iPhone 6S and newer iOS devices. Apart from a slew of new features like choosing your default browser, app library and picture-in-picture among others, iPhones running iOS 14 will also be able to pin widgets to the home screen. The feature has been around on Android smartphones for a few
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Chances are that you’re familiar with the word encryption. You’ve probably heard about how important it is, as well as how vital it is for keeping so much of our hyper-networked lives secure. Use WhatsApp? You’re using encryption. Log into online banking? Same again. Have to ask the barista for a Wi-Fi code? That’s because
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Even as far back as the mid-1980s, people have dreamed about wearable technology. Instead of taking your time and finding space to use your gadgets, they can travel with you. In this sense, the technology integrates into your life, rather than working around it. As we’ve grown more aware of the impact, both physical and
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What is vaguebooking? You’ve probably heard the term being bandied about on social media, but do you understand what it actually means? In this article, we’ll explain what vaguebooking is, and give specific examples of vaguebooking so that you’ll be able to recognize it when you see it. What Is Vaguebooking? There was a time
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Once you move beyond the basics of Android, you’re likely to come across the term “sideloading.” And while sideloading is useful and not particularly complicated, if you’re not familiar, the process might confuse you. Let’s look at what sideloading is, how it works on Android, and the various types of media you can sideload. What
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During standard use, your computer should run fairly quietly. While you can expect the fans to get louder when doing intensive tasks like gaming or video editing, you shouldn’t hear scratching, beeping, or rattling from inside your computer case. If you do hear unusual or loud noises from your computer, it could be a sign
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You probably know that Linux can run on most devices. You may even know that it can perform most tasks—for example, supercomputers, web servers, and even low spec systems. One Linux distribution that is particularly adept at running on computers with minimal system specification and resources is Puppy Linux. What Is Puppy Linux? Originally released
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If you’ve explored the gaming scene for long enough, you may have come across game torrents labeled with two terms; “Reloaded” and “Repacked.” While these may sound like sequels for The Matrix, they have a whole different meaning when describing video games. In this article we explain what repacked games and reloaded games are, and
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In films and TV shows, there are always hackers for hire. From action movies to crime procedurals, a skilled computer hacker can help disable security systems, locate confidential information, or piece together a crime in seconds. It’s easy to dismiss this as fiction and creative license, though. That said, it does make you wonder whether
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One of the most common phrases you’ll hear on the internet is that “If you’re not paying, you’re the product.” When you use a free online service, you’re often paying through other means, such as your data, your privacy, and potentially, your security. Using a free secure messaging app, then, goes against the grain. If
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For the most part, we purchase phones to keep them as long as possible; however, sometimes people buy “burner phones” for short-term use. So, why are people buying phones with the intent of not using them for long? Let’s take a look at the concept of burner phones, and how you may use one in
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Google Meet competes against Zoom, Microsoft Teams, JioMeet and other video conferencing apps. Recently, Google began rolling out a feature that integrated the Google Meet button in the company’s mail app, Gmail. This allowed users to start a meeting on Google Meet by simply clicking a button right next to the Mail button in Gmail
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