Posts Tagged ‘Web’

Apple and Google have altered their coronavirus contact tracing API plans two weeks to the day after announcing them.

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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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Netflix now has a new Profile Lock PIN code and more parental control options. Here’s how you can set it all up in your account.

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Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to use NordVPN to access any Netflix library, including shows meant for the US, from your country.

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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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Microsoft Office 365 is now Microsoft 365. The new name comes with some new features, too, with Microsoft wanting to make the service more compelling for those who have been skeptical about it so far.

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Apple today announced a new website and app combination that offers COVID-19 guidance and information based on what the CDC recommends. Here are the details.

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YouTube is now limiting streaming quality in not just Europe, but worldwide for a month. Here is everything you need to know about this.

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After Netflix confirmed that it was going to reduce the quality of its streams to help prevent European networks from being overloaded during coronavirus, YouTube has now followed suit.

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Facebook for web is rolling out a new redesigned UI and Dark Mode and users can opt-in to try it out. Here’s how you can do that.

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Facebook has announced that it has canceled its annual F8 developer conference over coronavirus concerns. It was due to take place on May 5 and May 6, 2020. Here are the details.

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Wouldn’t it be cool to take your favorite song from YouTube and then turn it into a karaoke classic by removing the words from it? That’s what Youka did and while the website has been taken down, the project behind it isn’t dead.

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