TikTok issues statement following US Administration’s executive order

On Thursday, the White House issued an executive order that bans TikTok from doing business with US companies. The order claimed that “the spread in the United States of mobile applications developed and owned by companies in the People’s Republic of China continues to threaten the national security, foreign policy, and economy of the United […]

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Wear OS users to lose Google Play Music but YouTube Music won’t be available yet

The end of Google Play Music has been written on the wall ever since Google introduced YouTube Music. The problem is that the latter doesn’t seem to be 100% ready to take over the former’s users. The mobile app is ready but those who are using Wear OS smartwatches got a rude awakening that YouTube […]

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Safari iOS 14 Guide: Privacy Report, Built-In Translation, Compromised Password Alerts and More

Apple introduces improvements for almost all of the built-in apps with each new iteration of iOS, and iOS 14 is no exception. For Safari, Apple has added some useful new features like built-in translation and a Privacy Report that provides a rundown on all of the trackers that Safari is blocking. This guide includes all […]

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Drive map-sized Warthogs with this Halo: Combat Evolved mod. For reasons.

Last time YouTuber InfernoPlus was in the Halo community’s spotlight, it was because of Cursed Halo, a mod of Halo: Combat Evolved’s campaign that turns it into a nightmare of nonsensical chaos. This time, however, all eyes are on his twisted and dangerous experiments with Halo’s most iconic vehicle: the Warthog. Through the power of […]

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How to get back online after a Windows 10 update breaks your internet

Although Microsoft pushes regular updates for Windows 10 to address security vulnerabilities and enhance the overall performance, many times, updates are also known to introduce more problems rather than solving them. Usually, one of the most common issues after installing a quality update is related to internet connectivity. For example, slow speeds or intermittent loss […]

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MacRumors Giveaway: Win a Blue Light Screen Protector for Mac or iPad From Ocushield

For this week’s giveaway, we’ve teamed up with Ocushield to offer MacRumors readers a chance to win a Blue Light Screen Protector for the Mac or the iPad. Ocushield makes a range of anti blue light screen protectors for smartphones, tablets, monitors, and Macs, all of which are designed to cut down on exposure to […]

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Review: Nanoleaf’s $200 HomeKit-Enabled Hexagons Paint Your Walls With Color

Nanoleaf has been making wall-mounted HomeKit-connected lights since 2017 with the launch of the triangle-shaped Light Panels, which were followed by 2018’s square-shaped Canvas panels. Nanoleaf in 2020 is launching its next-generation lighting product, the Nanoleaf Shapes, with the first option being new Hexagon Light Panels. As the name suggests, the Hexagon panels are six-sided […]

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Galaxy Note 20 static and live wallpapers are now available for download

The Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra are already available for pre-order in numerous markets ahead of the established August 21 release, but you can now download their official wallpapers and animated live wallpapers and use them on your existing phone for an early taste of the latest S Pen flagship.Courtesy of XDA-Developers […]

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