CES 2023: Scosche Announces BaseLynx 2.0 Modular Charging System and Water Bottle MagSafe Mount

Scosche today introduced a second-generation version of its BaseLynx Modular Charging System, which is able to charge multiple Apple devices at once. The updated BaseLynx 2.0 is more compact than its predecessor, and it uses magnetic connectors to snap together. Available modules include a 2-in-1 Charging Stand with MagSafe for the iPhone and the AirPods, […]

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How to suspend BitLocker encryption to perform system changes on Windows 10

On Windows 10, BitLocker is a security feature that allows you to encrypt the entire system drive (and external storage) to protect your documents, pictures, music, videos, and other files from unauthorized access if your device gets stolen or lost. Although BitLocker Drive Encryption is a useful feature (especially for mobile devices, such as laptops […]

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Your Galaxy device may be stuck on the July 2022 Play system update

The Android OS and monthly security patches aren’t the only updates that your device gets. Play system updates are also rolled out every month for compatible Android devices directly by Google. It appears that the update hasn’t arrived on some of Samsung’s most popular devices. Multiple threads have emerged on Reddit and Samsung’s official support […]

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How to use Windows 10’s System File Checker (SFC) scannow command to fix problems

On Windows 10, when you notice issues starting your laptop, random errors occur, or features don’t work correctly, there is a good chance that some system files might be corrupted or missing for unknown reasons. Usually, you may experience problems with system files after installing a cumulative update or driver or making installation changes manually. […]

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Google’s lost device tracking system to be finally as effective as Samsung’s

Google is working on upgrading the Find My Device service with the ability for people to locate a lost or stolen device even when it’s not connected to the internet. The clue pointing towards this feature was found in Google System Update’s changelog for December 2022. It states, “Find My Device now supports encrypted last-known-location […]

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MIUI 14 announced with improved system architecture and refined design

The first MIUI launched back in 2010 and over 12 years later MIUI boasts a global user base of over 564 million monthly active users. Just as the Xiaomi 13 series went official we got the announcement of MIUI 14 – the latest Android 13-based interface for Xiaomi devices. MIUI 14 Xiaomi says this is […]

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Apple trademarks “xrOS” as the new name for its XR headset operating system

Analysts expect Apple to launch its first mixed reality headset in 2023. The company has reportedly come up with a new name for the platform – “xrOS” instead of “realityOS” or “rOS” – which Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman sees as a sign that the launch is near. “XR” stands for eXtended Reality, a term applied to […]

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Apple Now Calling AR/VR Headset Operating System ‘xrOS’

Apple has decided to call the software that will run on its upcoming AR/VR headset “xrOS,” an update from the original “RealityOS or “rOS” naming the company was planning on, according to Bloomberg. Render created by Ian Zelbo based on rumored information The name change comes as Apple begins to prepare for the launch of […]

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The Callisto Protocol PC system requirements: Can you run it?

2022 has been an incredible year for games, and it’s ending with quite a bang thanks to the impending release of The Callisto Protocol. Aimed at fans of immersive sci-fi horror games like Dead Space, the title (directed by Dead Space co-creator Glen Schofield) is expected to shock and terrify players as they attempt to […]

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Exclusive: A new Xbox achievement system with PS4-like ‘medals’ was pitched at a Microsoft hackathon

November saw Microsoft’s annual Hackathon event, where groups of developers, designers, and innovators come together from across Microsoft to compete and invent new potential products and services within and adjacent to the Microsoft ecosystem. The winner of this year’s Hackathon was an app that helps you provide tech support to a loved one remotely, in […]

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Beta version of Google and Samsung’s Health Connect system is now available for users

Earlier this year, during Google I/O 2022, Google revealed the Health Connect hub that it co-developed with Samsung. It is a central hub for all the fitness and health data collected from wearables (such as smartwatches) and other supported equipment. Until now, Health Connect was available through Early Access, but it is now available in […]

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Forza Horizon 5 on PC: System requirements, specs, ray tracing, and more

Forza Horizon 5 continued Microsoft and Xbox Game Studios’ commitment to fully support PC platforms alongside Xbox consoles with a full-featured release containing countless options. Playground Games’ latest open-world racing masterpiece is packed with visual and performance settings to perfect your experience when playing on PC, and the game continues to improve with every successive […]

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New Galaxy S10 update improves camera, Bluetooth, and system stability

It hasn’t been long since the Galaxy S10 series got the October 2022 security patch, but Samsung is now rolling out another firmware update for the 2019 flagship lineup. With it come improvements to Bluetooth, stability, and the camera. The new update is available for the Galaxy S10e, the Galaxy S10, and the Galaxy S10+ […]

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Google Play System update for November 2022 brings Parental Control & Google Wallet improvements

Google has revealed the list of new changes that will be a part of the Play System update for November 2022 for Android devices. As per the changelog, the latest update will include general improvements to the Google Play Store’s security and enhancements for parental controls and Wallet. Major Android firmware updates are pushed annually […]

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Apple Support App Gains New Look and Revamped Reservation System

Apple today updated its Apple Support app with new functionality that makes it easier to make a reservation for service in an Apple retail location or from an Apple Authorized Service Provider. The update revamps the look of the reservation system, giving it improved organization for quicker access to devices, support tools, and more. The […]

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macOS Ventura: The System Preferences Changes You Need to Know About

Apple has finally released the eagerly-awaited macOS Ventura update to Mac users worldwide. And once you’ve downloaded it for your device, you will have access to plenty of cool new features. Related Reading: System Preferences is one of the most important default Mac apps; here, you can customize your device. And after downloading macOS Ventura, […]

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System requirements for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 on PC revealed

What you need to know: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (2022) will release on Oct. 28, but players will be able to preload the game on PC beginning on Oct. 26. Beenox has served as the lead developers for the PC port of MW2 (2022). The system requirements are grouped into four categories: Minimum, […]

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be quiet! annonce ses alimentations System Power 10 à petit prix

be quiet! annonce la gamme d’alimentation System Power 10. Elle vise les intégrateurs de systèmes économes et se compose de plusieurs modèles avec des puissances allant de 450 à 650 Watts. La gamme d’alimentations System Power 10 propose des puissances allant de 450 à 850 Watts. La version 850 W est certifiée 80 PLUS Gold […]

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Android 13 might finally show Chromecast devices in system audio switcher

Android 11 brought the System Audio Switcher feature, a tiny button that appears on music playback widgets and allows you to select the correct audio output device, such as your phone’s speaker or headphones. However, it does not show Chromecast devices on the network. Currently, the only way you can stream audio to a Cast-compatible […]

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CLX unveils system with two PCs in a single case that share a power supply, cooler, and more

What you need to know CLX announced a proof-of-concept gaming PC that has two computers within a single case. The setup uses an Intel NUC 12 Extreme Compute Element compute card to pack two PCs into a single system. Having two PCs within the same system allows gamers to split their workload, such as having […]

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