Après le RTFM, voici donc venu le temps du RTFN ! (Read the f* newspaper !)

Le lecteur ne sera probablement pas assez vieux pour se souvenir d’une pratique qui était très commune dans les années 90 et le début des années 2000 : le fameux RTFM (Read the fucking manual). Nostalgie de l’Ancien Monde C’était une réponse que l’on formulait fréquemment face à des questions rudimentaires. Pour brutale qu’elle soit, […]

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Après le RTFM, voici donc venu le temps du RTFN ! (Read the f* newspaper !)

Le lecteur ne sera probablement pas assez vieux pour se souvenir d’une pratique qui était très commune dans les années 90 et le début des années 2000 : le fameux RTFM (Read the fucking manual). Nostalgie de l’Ancien Monde C’était une réponse que l’on formulait fréquemment face à des questions rudimentaires. Pour brutale qu’elle soit, […]

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Après le RTFM, voici donc venu le temps du RTFN ! (Read the f* newspaper !)

Le lecteur ne sera probablement pas assez vieux pour se souvenir d’une pratique qui était très commune dans les années 90 et le début des années 2000 : le fameux RTFM (Read the fucking manual). Nostalgie de l’Ancien Monde C’était une réponse que l’on formulait fréquemment face à des questions rudimentaires. Pour brutale qu’elle soit, […]

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The Mac Turns 40: Read Apple’s Announcement From 1984

January 24 marks the 40th anniversary of Steve Jobs unveiling the Macintosh, the first successful mass-marketed computer with a graphical user interface. The original Macintosh popularized the computer mouse, allowing users to control an on-screen pointer. This point-and-click method of computer navigation was still a novel concept to most people at the time, as personal […]

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Razer announces Iskur V2 gaming chair and an exciting world-first ‘haptic gaming cushion’ — yes you read that right

What you need to know The Razer Iskur V2 gaming chair launches today and retails at $649.99. Unveiled at CES 2024, it boasts superior lumbar support to it’s predecessor with a spring loaded mechanism designed to adjust to the curvature of your spine. Razer also showed off the innovative Project Esther, the worlds first haptic […]

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Google Glass 3 camera could read your Pixel Watch screen

It’s easy to forget Google Glass pioneered the idea of a consumer augmented reality headset, more than a decade ago – before privacy fears over the camera forced the company to retreat from the idea like Homer Simpson into the hedgerow. Now, with behemoths like Apple, Meta, and thousands of developers preparing to reap the […]

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Microsoft now has a guide on how to install Linux… you read that right

What you need to know Strangely enough, Microsoft has published a tutorial on how to download and install Linux.  The guide details the entire process from selecting the installation method to installing the distribution using your preferred installation method. Microsoft considered Linux a threat to its Windows operating system for a long time but has […]

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EXCLUSIVE: Read the internal memo ‘Starfield’ director Todd Howard just shared across Microsoft, Xbox, and Bethesda

The early access launch of Starfield is imminent, and discussions online about the game are heating up. Starfield is among Microsoft’s most important Xbox exclusives in recent years, built by the legendary software house behind The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Fallout 3 and 4, and various other industry-defining titles. Led by Bethesda’s own Todd Howard, […]

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Samsung’s PRO Ultimate microSD cards have up to 200MB/s read speeds

Samsung has launched its new microSD and SD card lineup. The company’s latest flagship cards are called PRO Ultimate, and the microSD and SD cards in the lineup are available from 64GB to 512GB storage options. They use the UHS-I interface and can be used in various digital products, including smartphones, tablets, laptops, PCs, digital […]

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Read Dead Redemption arrive sur Switch, pourquoi c’est l’occasion parfaite de (re)découvrir ce classique

Read Dead Redemption a le droit à une ressortie sur Switch et PS4, l’occasion idéale de redécouvrir le chef d’œuvre de Rockstar. Si le portage est d’excellente facture, son prix élevé fait en revanche grincer des dents. Nous avons pu le prendre en main sur les deux consoles, voici nos impressions. Red Dead Redemption est […]

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iOS 17: How to Get Siri to Read Web Articles to You

In iOS 17 and iPadOS 17, Apple has added a new Siri ability that means you can get the virtual assistant to read web articles aloud to you just like an audiobook, even if your device is locked. Keep reading to learn how it’s done on iPhone and iPad. If you tend to be put […]

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Customizable captions, read notifications, and everything new for Microsoft Teams in June 2023

What you need to know Microsoft published a new blog post that rounds up all the new features added to Teams in June. It’s now possible for Teams users to customize captions in Teams meetings. You can also mark all your notifications as read in Teams. Microsoft has expanded the Distribution Lists for lobby policy […]

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Google Messages to get new delivered and read indicators soon

According to new reports, Google is testing some new features that are available to only a very limited set of users. After pushing new icons and previewing other features, Google Messages is testing out new icons for the delivered and read indicators. If you use the RCS-enabled Google Messages app, then you should know that […]

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Microsoft Edge Dev improves Read Aloud feature on Android and iOS in its latest update

What you need to know Microsoft Edge Dev just received an update to version 108.0.1438.1. The update adds two new management policies and a small handful of other fixes. Microsoft also improved the Read Aloud feature on iOS and Android. Microsoft just released Build 108.0.1438.1 of Edge (opens in new tab) to Dev Channel Insiders. […]

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How to read and understand Samsung firmware numbers

Samsung is the best brand for customers who care about firmware updates. For several reasons. One is that Galaxy smartphones receive more Android OS upgrades than any other brand, including Google Pixel. The other is that Samsung is usually the first OEM to release new security patches, even ahead of Google. Samsung also provides the […]

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Read Aloud on Office for Android will soon work with locked screens

Source: Dan Thorp-Lancaster/Windows Central Microsoft Office on Android will soon support playing documents out loud when the screen is locked. The new feature will make it easier to catch up on documents or to review content by listening to it. April 2022 is the tentative release date for the feature on the Microsoft 365 roadmap, […]

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Buying a new laptop and not sure if you need Intel vPro? Read this first.

Source: Daniel Rubino/Windows Central Buying the right laptop or desktop PC to suit your needs isn’t always an easy process, and when deciding on a processor (CPU), you might question what Intel vPro is and whether or not you really need it. Intel offers a wide range of CPUs for myriad devices, and there’s a […]

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Don’t buy Elden Ring on the hype alone — read this first

Source: Windows Central Elden Ring is an amazing game, and the hype levels are off the charts. The game has hit hundreds of thousands of concurrent players on Steam and consoles, undoubtedly marking it for “game of the year” accolades and placements on many best Xbox games of all time lists. One question I’ve been […]

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