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Online Shopping Gone Hilariously Wrong

Staggering into your home with a ton of shopping bags has indeed come to be a thing of the past when online shopping arrived. There are just so many things to love about it that it gets difficult to even think about going to the mall. Aside from the obvious convenience, you get more variety, fewer expenses, fewer crowds, and ...

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The Sigfox Micro Base Station test

sigfox micro-basestation characteristics The Sigfox Micro-Basestation is an indoor / outdoor basestation made to extend the Sigfox public network. You can’t use it to create a private network actually. Even with the added cellular connectivity you can install it outdoor with the casing shown on the right. The antenna is integrated and you have no option to add an external ...

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How To: Dropbox Link / Unlink Devices

Do you use Dropbox for online cloud storage? If you do, then you probably access your Dropbox from your phone, PC, laptop, tablet, among many other devices. Today’s post will go over how to check what devices are linked to your Dropbox account. This is especially important for those who use the free version of Dropbox. How To: Dropbox Link / Unlink ...

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Please, Get a Password Manager Already!

These days everyone should have a healthy fear of having their identity hacked, their credit ruined, and subsequently, becoming the object of shame from the technically-proficient in their lives. To avoid the heartache and ridicule, tech experts have been doling out the same advice for years now: “Get a password manager already!” If you’re not one of the 3% of ...

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Keep Your Data Safe

Internet privacy is a big topic these days. As more and more companies and services conduct business exclusively online, the more we expose our personal data to the web. Protecting your data can be a daunting task, but here are some tips to get you started down the path of digital safety. 1. Passwords, passwords, passwords One of the best ...

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Should the U.S. Navy Turn Merchant Ships into Floating Missile Magazines?

The U.S. Navy could buy older civilian merchant ships on the cheap and convert them into floating arsenals. The concept, outlined in the U.S. Naval Institute, envisions adding dozens—if not hundreds—of multiuse missile silos to the ships to provide additional firepower to the Navy while it struggles to reach its 355-ship goal. The idea is an attractive one but has ...

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Hacker Performs Awesome Tesla Model 3 Ubuntu Linux Infotainment System Mod

There’s a lot to like about Tesla’s Model 3, but as with most things with prepackaged entertainment (or infotainment) systems, even this beautiful electric car leave people yearning for a bit more. In the case of one reddit user, Tesla’s infotainment system didn’t satiate his/her entertainment hunger, so they decided to do what’s perhaps one of the most interesting dual-OS installs ever, installing Ubuntu alongside ...

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How to Remove or Install a SIM Card on an iPhone

Every iPhone has a SIM card slot on its right side. That slot houses a tray that holds your iPhone’s SIM card. That SIM card lets your phone connect to your carrier so that you can make and get mobile data. You might never need to access your SIM card if you bought your iPhone with one pre-installed from the ...

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How to Fix Corsair Mouse and Keyboard Issues on macOS and Linux

Corsair makes excellent “gaming” mice and keyboards with many great features, like custom RGB lighting, profile modes, macro support, and fine-tuned performance settings. Most of these require iCUE, Corsair’s proprietary software, which is great but only works on Windows. If you have a Mac, you’ll have to turn to third-party drivers to get the features for which you paid. Install CKB-Next ...

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Logitech’s New Webcam Software Is Great For Aspiring YouTubers, Beta Available Now

Logitech Capture is Logitech’s next-generation webcam software. It’s available now in beta form, providing a lot of compelling video capture features in a slick, easy-to-use application. Use it to record snazzy YouTube videos without more complicated tools. A public beta version of Logitech Capture is available for download right now if you have a Logitech C920, Logitech C922, or BRIO 4K Pro Webcam. ...

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