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iOS 14: What do the orange and green dots in the status bar mean? – 9to5Mac

iOS 14 includes several major new features and a lot of smaller changes and visual updates. You may have noticed new indicators in the status bar, in the right-hand notch, and are wondering what those are for. These new status … Continue reading

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Burger King is designing ‘touchless’ restaurants for the COVID-19 era | Engadget

Basically every aspect of modern life has been touched by the coronavirus pandemic, and the restaurant industry is probably one that has been most significantly affected. As such, restaurants big and small are thinking about how to make things work … Continue reading

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If you’re using one of these hand sanitizers, get rid of it immediately – BGR

As the number of coronavirus cases has surged around the US in recent days, particularly in the South, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is stressing that Americans need a full panoply of tools to keep themselves safe … Continue reading

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10 Netflix alternatives that stream movies and TV shows for free – BGR

Netflix just released its list of March 2020 movie releases and series releases, reminding us yet again why it is far and away the best streaming service month can buy. Next month alone, Netflix will release a staggering 55 different … Continue reading

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How to Unlock Microsoft’s Free Graphing Calculator in Windows 10

While your math teacher (or your kid’s math teacher) might not let them lug a laptop into their calculus class, I still think it’s awesome that Microsoft is finally giving the good ol’ Windows Calculator a boost of geekiness. If … Continue reading

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Quickly Upgrade Windows 7 to Windows 10 for Free With This PowerShell Script

If you’re reading this, you probably know how to upgrade one version of Windows to another. Even though it’s an easy process, it’s still tedious and boring to watch Windows download and install, and then you have to spend more … Continue reading

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How to set up a phone or tablet for a child | Engadget

The days of simply remembering to buy some AA batteries are over. Parents now spend more time in the lead-up to Christmas and birthdays performing system updates and charging controllers than wrapping boxes or installing batteries. But there’s another wrinkle … Continue reading

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Alphabet’s Wing starts drone deliveries to US homes

Wing Alphabet’s Wing has started making deliveries by drone to homes in the US for the first time. During a pilot program in Christiansburg, Virginia, drones will drop off packages from FedEx, Walgreens and local retailer Sugar Magnolia, which include … Continue reading

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Keep These Apps Off Your Kid’s Phone

No matter how long you manage to hold them off, at some point, your kids will have their own electronic devices, and they’ll use those devices to communicate with others. First with friends and family, but eventually with strangers, too. … Continue reading

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Students upgrade to Windows 10 Education at no cost | OnTheHub

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