How to use the HDR Calibration app on Windows 11

On Windows 11, you can now use the Windows HDR Calibration tool to calibrate your displays for the best HDR picture quality.  The tool is very powerful and straightforward. It features three test patterns designed to calibrate an HDR-capable display’s darkness, brightness, and color saturation to improve accuracy and consistency.  You do not need additional […]

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Galaxy S23 Ultra may use telephoto camera with sensor shift stabilization

We spoke about the Galaxy S23 Ultra camera system this week and mentioned that although the phone will get an upgraded 200MP primary camera, the telephoto sensor will retain its 10MP resolution. But Samsung might upgrade the remaining sensors in different ways other than bumping up the pixel count. And now, new evidence suggests that […]

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Eero routers will soon be able to use your phone’s hotspot as backup internet

What you need to know Amazon will deliver a software update in the coming months that will allow Eero routers to use an Internet connection from the mobile hotspot on your phone as a backup. Eero Internet Backup will be useful when your main ISP fails. You’ll be able to tap into your mobile carrier’s […]

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Windows Central Podcast #285: Just use your phone

We’re back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, the Windows 11 2022 Update is here, and so is a new cadence for shipping features to the OD moving forward. A Surface hardware event has been announced for October 12 — we’ve got rumors and speculation on what to expect, […]

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You could soon use WhatsApp on your Galaxy tablet

A bunch of new features is in the works for WhatsApp. One feature spotted by WABetaInfo shows evidence of the highly anticipated companion mode. This feature would bring a dedicated Android tablet linking screen within the app. This feature would allow users to pair another device (like a Samsung Galaxy Tab device) and would work effectively, similar […]

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How to Use Precision Finding to Locate AirPods Pro 2 With Your iPhone

With AirPods Pro 2, Apple has improved the Charging Case by adding a U1 chip for Precision Finding with Find My. This article explains how to use Precision Finding to locate your ‌AirPods Pro‌ if you’ve misplaced or lost them. ‌Find My‌‌ uses Bluetooth signals from lost AirPods to relay their location back to you. […]

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Do Xbox owners actually use Xbox backward compatibility? 95% of Windows Central readers say so.

What you need to know The recent announcement of GoldenEye 007 for Xbox consoles sparked a conversation about older games on modern consoles. Xbox backward compatibility has allowed people to play older titles on Xbox consoles for years, including the Xbox Series X. Almost 95% of voters in our recent poll said that they play […]

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Apple Watch Ultra: How to Use the Built-In Siren to Signal for Help

If you ever become lost, injured, or have some other emergency situation and want to draw attention to your location, ‌Apple Watch Ultra‌ includes an 86-decibel siren that you can use. The siren uses a unique sound signature that incorporates two distinct alternating patterns, which can repeat for several hours. The first pattern suggests distress, […]

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Apple Watch Ultra: How to Use the New Optimized Charge Limit Feature

All Apple Watch models running watchOS 7 or later include a Battery Health feature called Optimized Battery Charging that extends the total battery life of your Apple Watch by learning from your habits and waiting to finish charging all the way up until you need your ‌Apple Watch. Apple Watch Ultra can last up to […]

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How to use Focus on Windows 11 2022 Update

On Windows 11 version 22H2, “Focus” is a feature that helps you focus on specific tasks by reducing distractions, such as badge and toast notifications and flashing apps in the Taskbar.  The feature also integrates with the Clock app focus timer to control the session. You can connect the Microsoft To Do app to select […]

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Windows 11 Insider Build 25206 adds option to use Dynamic Refresh Rate on external displays

What you need to know Windows 11 Build 25206 recently rolled out to Insiders in the Dev Channel. The update adds the option to use Dynamic Refresh Rate on external displays. Build 25206 also changes how SMB authentication is handled. Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel have a new build to install. Microsoft just shipped […]

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15 must-have 3D printing accessories for use with resin printers

Resin printers are becoming cheaper and more accessible. The best 3D printers like the Anycubic Photon and the Elegoo Mars are driving the cost of resin printing down like never before. However, resin printing is a lot more complicated than FDM printing, so there are a lot of different accessories you might need. Some of […]

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iPhone 14 Pro: What Dynamic Island Does and How to Use It

When the iPhone 14 Pro models were announced, Apple surprised many with its innovative integration of software functions with the pill-shaped cutout at the top of the screen, which it calls the “Dynamic Island.” This article explains what it does, how it works, and how you can interact with it to perform actions. What Is […]

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How to use an Xbox controller with your PC

Since the Xbox One controllers were released, Microsoft has had in-built drivers for its operating system, making it easier than ever to use your favorite controller with PC games.  With the Xbox Series S|X controllers having different wired connectivity to the previous generation of controllers, we’ve updated our guide on connecting your controller to Windows […]

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Some iPhone 14 Owners Unable to Use AirDrop With Contacts

AirDrop is not functioning as intended on some iPhone 14 models, according to numerous reports on the MacRumors forums and from MacRumors readers about the issue. When attempting to send a file from an ‌iPhone 14‌ to the iPhone of a contact, affected users are not able to get the transfer to complete. A file […]

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iPhone 14: How to Use Action Mode to Capture Smooth Video

Apple’s newly launched iPhone 14 models include a new Action mode when recording video. Here’s everything you need to know about the feature to start taking advantage of it. What is Action Mode? In a nutshell, the new Action mode has been designed by Apple to help capture smooth-looking video that adjusts to significant shakes, […]

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Les 4 technologies principales qui sont utilisées par les casinos en ligne pour améliorer l’expérience des joueurs

Aujourd’hui, le divertissement est disponible sous toutes ses formes. Chacun peut trouver quelque chose à son gout. Pour de nombreuses personnes, l’une des formes de divertissement les plus appréciées est le jeu dans les casinos en ligne. Les casinos traditionnels ne sont plus aussi excitants qu’avant, car les casinos en ligne proposent un grand nombre […]

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Report: Apple to use TSMC’s upcoming 3nm node (N3E) for the next iPhone and Mac chips

TSMC introduced the N4 node last year as an extension of its N5 node, those are often referred to as “4nm” and “5nm”, but they are in the same family. The company expects to start shipping chips built on a next generation node, N3, later this year. The evolution of TSMC nodes The N3 node […]

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