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Dell Mobile Connect Now Support Screen Mirroring on iOS: You can drag Photos & Videos on the Device

The idea of having all of your devices in sync with each other is quite cool. Not to mention, it…

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Microsoft Admits Windows OS Contains Two New 0-Day RCE Vulnerabilities Being Exploited In The Wild, Here’s A Working Solution

Microsoft Windows OS has two security vulnerabilities that are being exploited by malicious code writers. The newly discovered security flaws…

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Konami Shuts Down All The Rumours On Silent Hill Future

The most recent rendition of the Silent Hill series came out back in 2012. It has been almost 8 years…

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Latest Premium Gaming Laptops With Intel 10th Gen CPUs And NVIDIA SUPER GPUs Arriving In April 2020

Gamers and multimedia editing professionals waiting for the next-generation laptops and portable computing devices will get the chance to buy…

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Windows Core OS Under Active Development, Will Support Win32, UWPs and PWAs Via Containers To Improve Performance, Size And Security

Windows Core OS or WCOS is not just alive but under active development, indicated Microsoft before hastily redacting the wordings…

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NVIDIA RTX Global Illumination (RTXGI) SDK v1.0, DLSS 2.0, And Other Tools Launched, Available On Any DXR-Enabled GPU

NVIDIA has officially launched the NVIDIA RTX Global Illumination (RTXGI) SDK. The version one of the SDK will be helpful…

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Valve Representative Explains Why They Abandoned The Half-Life 2 Franchise

The second episode of Half-Life 2 came back in 2007. Ending at a cliffhanger, the game was never really continued.…

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New WhatsApp Vulnerability Could Compromise Your 2FA Codes On iOS And Android

WhatsApp launched a two-factor verification service for its billions of users back in 2017. With this authentication method, the company…

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Google & Qualcomm Collaborate To Introduce the Android GPU Inspector: GPU Updates via PlayStore for Pixel 4 & More!

Qualcomm announced it’s up to date SoC last December. Along with that, the company also announced that they would be…

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ZTE Goes For Non Flagship SoC With The Axon 11: SD 765G Instead of The SD 865

ZTE produces some fine mid-range devices. Except for the Axon lineup, the manufacturer aims for the mid-range market. The idea…

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Intel Rocket Lake S CPU With PCIe 4.0 And Integrated Xe Graphics Leaks Online Confirming ‘Willow Cove’ Cores Onto A 14nm Microarchitecture?

A series of new leaks appear to confirm the arrival of the new Intel Rocket Lake S CPU that will…

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This New Google Chrome Feature Will Soon Level Up Your Image Search

Google Chrome is popular that is dominating the industry with billions of users around the world. But, now some people…

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Intel 10nm+ 4C/8T 15W Tiger Lake-U 11th Gen Mobility CPU Spotted On Benchmarking

Intel is clearly realigning its strategy after observing AMD’s scorching pace within the desktop CPU space. The company has begun…

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Windows Defender Antivirus Reportedly Skips Items During Malware Scans On Windows 10

Windows Defender is Microsoft’s default Antivirus program that is shipped with Windows 10 devices. It protects your PCs from ransomware,…

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Huawei P40 Pro 5G To Have Leica Quad Camera Setup, 6.58-inch Display & 40W Fast Charging

One of the devices that aren’t quite well anticipated in the US market is The Huawei P40 and P40 Pro.…

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WhatsApp Starts Rolling Out ‘Search Messages On Web’ Feature To Tackle Fake News

Forwarded messages on WhatsApp can sometimes annoying to deal with, especially when it comes to misinformation. People come across a…

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Microsoft Windows 10 Start Menu To Be Decluttered And Simplified But Live Tiles Won’t Be Replaced?

Microsoft is certainly paying extra attention to the Start Menu of Windows 10. Perhaps in an earnest attempt to streamline…

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Dolby Addresses Misconceptions Regarding the Position of Atmos & How It Compares To Sony’s Tempest Audio Engine

There were few things interesting about the PS5 architecture reveal this past week. Mark Cerny dove into intense jargon about…

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Skype For Business Suffers Audio/Video Quality Issues As Demand Surges

Skype for Business users is reporting major issues while accessing the service these days. This issue came at a time…

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PS5 To Support More Than 4000 PS4 Titles: Games Would Run With Higher Frame Rate & Resolution

Seems like Xbox Series X’s hardware reveal shook things up at Sony. It was only two days ago that the…

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Microsoft Announces Some Significant Changes For Developers in Windows 10 v2004

Microsoft rolled out Windows 10 v1909 back in November 2019 for all supported versions of the OS. Since it was…

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YouTube Reduces Default Video Quality in Europe To Deal With Increased Traffic Due To COVID-19 Lockdown

The COVID-19 pandemic is wreaking havoc across the world. Places like Italy have been on complete lockdown for the past…

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Windows 10 v2004 Onwards Several Inbuilt Applications To Become ‘Optional’ To Optimize Reserved Storage Size And Help Updates?

Microsoft Windows 10 operating system, just like its predecessors, contains several applications and features which may not be used by…

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Apple Quietly Announced The New MacBook Air: Better Processor, Graphics, Price & Keyboard!

Apple recently made a surprise announcement about the upcoming iPad Pro and its accessories. This is because of the recent…

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Everything You Need to Know About the Xbox Series X Hardware

We know most of the surface details of the Xbox Series X already, with Microsoft dropping bits and pieces of…

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