Posts Tagged ‘Internet’

Tons of new products that will be released in 2021 will make use of the new WiFi 6E specification, making them faster and more reliable than ever.

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Adobe Flash Player support has just ended, so here’s how to remove it completely from your computer as recommended by Adobe.

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Blogging is something that millions of people do with varying degrees of success. There are tons of different kinds of blogs all aimed at different audiences, but if you want to make yours stand out there’s one relatively simple way to do it – use good photos.

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Amazon has begun offering macOS AWS EC2 instances for developers. Here is everything you need to know about this.

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The worst passwords of 2020 are just as bad as you think, but is yours on the list? Check out all the details here.

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CES 2021 will be all online-only thanks to coronavirus. Here’s everything you need to know about this.

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The FCC has confirmed that 1,200 megahertz of spectrum in the 6GHz band (5.925–7.125GHz) is now available for unlicensed use, allowing WiFi 6E to take advantage of it.

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Zoom’s video calls aren’t end-to-end encrypted despite giving the impression that they are. Here is everything you need to know about this.

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Facebook’s redesigned interface with Dark Mode will be rolling out before Spring 2020 according to a new report. Here are all the details you need on this.

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A relatively new web and mobile platform is breaking boundaries and replacing the norm through its ability to thrust men and women into fleeting digital-only connections. Say goodbye to “in-real-life” relationships and say hello to LuckyCrush.

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Amazon has announced the best-selling technology items from 2019, with the company saying that billions of items were ordered across the globe.

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As always, here are the worst passwords of the year 2019. Check here to see if yours is on the list.

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