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Latest iOS 13.3.1 Beta Includes Toggle for Disabling U1 Ultra Wideband Chip

The second beta of iOS 13.3.1, released earlier this month, includes a toggle for disabling the Ultra Wideband chip in the device.Found by Twitter user Brandon Butch (via 9to5Mac), the toggle can be found by opening up the Settings app, selecting Privacy, choosing Location Services, selecting System Services, and then toggling off the “Networking & […]

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Mixer announces that annoying 24/7 spam streams are going byebye

Mixer is Microsoft’s Twitch competitor and made headlines last year when they began signing major Twitch talent like Shroud and Ninja into exclusivity deals. However, things haven’t exactly been smooth sailing at Microsoft’s nascent streaming service as of late. A few partners have been expressing their annoyance about the platform as of late, with issues […]

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The New Microsoft Edge Goes Gold and Chromium Becomes The Web Standard

One of the most interesting events in technology this last decade was Microsoft’s move to the Chromium platform driven by Google for its primary browser. Microsoft had dominated the browser segment in the 1990s, approaching near-total domination, but then stopped doing much with the browser, which allowed Google to rise up and largely replace them. […]

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MacRumors Giveaway: Win Custom-Painted AirPods Pro From ColorWare

For this week’s giveaway, we’ve teamed up with ColorWare to offer MacRumors readers a chance to win custom-painted AirPods Pro, available in dozens of colors.For those unfamiliar with ColorWare, it’s a company that’s been around for a long time, offering custom paint jobs and unique skins for a range of electronic devices, from consoles to […]

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Tile Decries Apple’s iOS 13 Location Tracking Changes, Calls on Congress to ‘Level the Playing Field’

Executives from PopSockets, Sonos, Basecamp, and Tile are attending a congressional hearing today to testify in an ongoing antitrust inquiry involving major tech companies like Amazon, Apple, Google, and Facebook, reports The Washington Post.The smaller companies are aiming to provide evidence that the tech giants have become too big and have practices in place that […]

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The new Edge browser has a tool to make it easier to read web pages

On Microsoft Edge Chromium, “immersive reader” is a feature that provides a clutter-free experience to read content online. When you come across an interesting article online, sometimes, it’s difficult to concentrate on the content with all the visual elements, advertisements, and links around the page. The immersive reader is a feature available with the Chromium […]

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Radeon RX 5600 XT, Sapphire modifie les fréquences de sa version Pulse, pourquoi ?

Sapphire, un partenaire historique d’AMD a dévoilé sa Radeon RX 5600 XT Pulse il y a quelques jours. La carte vient de subir quelques changements au niveau des fréquences. La Radeon RX 5600 XT a été officialisée par AMD à l’occasion du CES 2020. Depuis plusieurs partenaires se sont positionnées avec des versions « maison ». Sapphire […]

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De la fibre optique pour prévenir les séismes, la NSA aide Microsoft, les pays qui payent bien les développeurs… C’est le ZD Brief

Sommaire : Un câble d’Orange prévient les séismes La NSA aide Microsoft Carrefour abandonne C-Zam Le chiffre clé : les meilleurs pays pour les développeurs Pratique : comment choisir un bon siège de bureau ? publicité Un câble d’Orange prévient les séismes Un câble de fibre optique sous-marin installé par Orange Marine va être utilisé pour prévenir l’activité […]

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