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How to work from home when your internet goes out

Most remote work depends on access to a reliable internet connection. That means finding a way to get back online quickly, either at home or...

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How to minimize distractions when you work from home

Like many workers, it may have taken you a pandemic to discover that it can be hard to avoid distractions when working from home. At a certain point,...

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Uber receipt emails are crashing Microsoft Outlook

Uber receipt emails are crashing the Microsoft Outlook app on Windows. Microsoft is working on a fix that will go out to Office subscribers next...

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Quick fixes: use dictation when you can’t spell a word

Some words are so hard to spell that you can’t even get close enough for autocorrect to figure out what you’re trying to write. Luckily, your...

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John Wick 4’s first trailer questions when it all ends

At San Diego Comic-Con 2022 fans got a first glimpse at John Wick 4 in a new trailer, which stars Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne, Donnie Yen, and...

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Now DoorDash will double-check IDs when it’s delivering alcohol

DoorDash is reinforcing age verification by introducing a new requirement for orders containing alcohol. Drivers will now have to scan your ID when...

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My war on animation

"Weird" access needs like mine show that true accessibility isn’t a checklist, it’s an ongoing conversation with the disability...

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Camo update lets you overlay graphics and text when using your phone as a webcam

The app will let you create information overlays and graphics to put on top of your phone’s footage to help show information while you’re...

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Smart switches or smart bulbs? How to choose the right smart lighting for your home

How to use smart lighting and which products to choose: Philips Hue, Lutron Caseta, Leviton, Wyze, and Wemo are all good options to get you started...

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Chromebooks will now tell you when you’re using the wrong USB-C cable

Google’s latest Chromebook update adds a feature that tells you if your USB-C cable has limited functionality. The update also adds improvements to...

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Qualcomm announces Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1, for when flagship isn’t flagship enough

The Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 offers 10 percent faster CPU performance, 10 percent faster GPU clocks, and uses 15 percent less power than Qualcomm’s...

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Tesla is ready to take your money for its Semi truck (just don’t ask when you’ll actually get one)

Tesla has opened up reservations for its long-promised all-electric Semi truck. Buyers can secure their own Tesla Semi with a deposit of $20,000,...

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Meta even brings up the metaverse when rebranding its payment system

Meta is planning to rename Facebook Pay, its payment system available across Facebook, Messenger, Instagram, and WhatsApp, to Meta Pay...

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Asus’ new Zenbook Pro 16X OLED raises the entire keyboard tray when you lift its lid

The new $2,599 Asus ZenBook Pro 16X OLED, announced today, lifts its entire keyboard tray when you lift the lid. There’s also a new Asus Zenbook...

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Amazon’s Alexa can now tell you if your security camera sees a person or package

Ring, Google Nest, and Abode security cameras will trigger spoken alerts on smart speakers and show live video on smart displays when a person or...

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How to reset your Windows 11 system

Depending on whether you want to fix a problem or resell your PC, there are several ways to initiate a reset in Windows 11. Here are some ways to...

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When the virtual city of Cybertown went dark, its citizens rebuilt it

Cybertown Revival is a community-run effort to relaunch Cybertown, a 1990s and 2000s virtual world created by Blaxxun Interactive. Coming back to...

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A year after LG left the smartphone business, Samsung is the big winner

It’s been a year since LG’s mobile division called it quits, leaving a sizable void in the US’ prepaid market. While Motorola and OnePlus...

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Here’s what happens when cops pull over a driverless Cruise vehicle

After police pulled over a driverless Cruise vehicle in San Francisco, the car drove off to park in a safer location. Cruise confirmed to The Verge...

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra review: when bigger isn’t better

Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra is one of the largest tablets you can buy, and it comes with a premium laptop-sized price tag. But it still comes...

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Instacart claims it’ll now protect workers’ tips even when asshole customers bait and switch

Tip-baiting is a real problem for Instacart — and the company has introduced a new policy where it claims it will protect some of those tips, up to...

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How to force Google Messages to use SMS texts when RCS fails

If you use Google Messages for your chats and the Messages app decides that you can’t send an RCS text, here’s a way to send an SMS instead. Just...

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How to use Twitter’s content warnings when sharing sensitive images

A recently released Twitter feature lets you tag sensitive imagery, which hides it behind a warning about its content. It provides a compromise when...

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Facebook moderators ‘err on the side of an adult’ when uncertain of age in possible abuse photos

A Facebook training document directs content moderators to "err on the side of an adult" when they don’t know someone’s age in a photo...

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How to clear up space on your iPhone when you’re running out of storage

If you’re about to run out of storage on your iPhone, there are several things you can do to clear out some space. Here, we’ve listed out nine...

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Honey, I decapitated the MacBook

Converting a MacBook or other laptop into a screen-less "slabtop" is a completely different experience. Although Apple didn’t give us a...

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Dish says its 5G buildout is going great, thanks for asking, how are you?

Dish Network has been tasked with building a 5G network that will cover most of the US population by 2023. In its Q1 investor call, the company stood...

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Twitter accounts sharing video from Ukraine are being suspended when they’re needed most

Twitter says that OSINT accounts sharing information about the Russia-Ukraine military conflict were locked in error after researchers noticed a wave...

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