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TRAI to moot mechanism for displaying KYC-based caller name

TRAI will soon start working on a framework that will display KYC-based caller name when a person makes a call in India. Here's what we know so...

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Spotify is ‘blending’ your playlists with K-pop stars

After introducing Blend playlists earlier this year, Spotify is expanding the feature to include K-pop bands like BTS, Stray Kids, ENHYPEN, TOMORROW...

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You can watch the first eight minutes of Stranger Things season 4 right now

Stranger Things’ fourth season finally debuts on May 27th, and Netflix has posted the first eight minutes of the season right on YouTube. Stranger...

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Chromebook 101: how to change your Chrome OS channels and get unreleased features

If you’re feeling adventurous, you can gain access to unreleased Chrome OS enhancements. All it takes is the flip of a virtual switch in your...

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How to use your iPhone as a white noise machine

iPhones running iOS 15 include a white noise feature built right into the operating system. With a few quick steps, you can play soothing rain or...

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How to check which version of Chrome OS you’re running

While Chromebooks pretty much run on their own, and you can usually ignore which version of the operating system your device is running, you may want...

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Pebble founder: it’s your ‘last chance’ to make a small Android phone happen

Eric Migicovsky, the founder of Pebble, is trying to drum up support in an effort to convince manufacturers they should make a small phone that fits...

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YouTube's player will now show the 'most replayed' parts of a video to save your time

This Youtube feature will let you skip the boring or irrelevant parts of a video and jump right to the "most replayed" part. ...

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Samsung will charge $500 to put your face on its fridge

Samsung is adding a new customization option to its range of Bespoke fridge freezers: print any image or photo you like on your unit’s doors for...

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YouTube’s new tool for brands means you don’t have to see the same ads nauseam

YouTube is expanding the reach of its ad frequency tool, which lets brands set limits on how many times individual users are shown the same ads. It...

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This Final Fantasy XIV music video is going to make you cry

Square Enix has released the music video to "Flow," one of Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker’s main themes. The highly emotional song with...

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YouTube now highlights the most replayed parts of videos to let you skip the boring parts

YouTube is launching a feature that will highlight the most-replayed parts of videos. This was previously only available to YouTube Premium...

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Wear OS users can finally stream music on the YouTube Music app

After a long wait, Wear OS users can now stream music over LTE and Wi-Fi on their smartwatches using the YouTube Music app. Google also says the app...

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How to set up Emergency SOS on your smartwatch

Many smartwatches — including Apple Watches, Samsung’s Galaxy Watch 4, and Garmin devices — now allow you to call emergency services and send...

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Apple helps you download fewer podcasts

Thanks to a new software update for iPhones, iPads, and Macs, Apple Podcast listeners can now control how many episodes are downloaded in the app for...

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Apple will bring Live Captions to the iPhone, iPad, and Mac and more gesture control on Apple Watch

Apple announced a wave of new accessibility features on the way. One is Live Caption, which will add subtitles for in-person conversations as well as...

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The videos that don’t work on YouTube and the future of the creator business with Nebula CEO Dave Wiskus

The economics of running a creator-owned streaming service that’s an alternative to the YouTube algorithm, negotiating brand deals, and partnering...

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How to move your data to a new Android phone

We’ll go over how to back up your Android device and then run down the different ways you can move your data to your shiny new Android phone....

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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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Apple will let your subscription apps charge you more money without asking

Apple has announced new App Store rules that will make it so developers can increase their subscription prices without you having to opt-into the...

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DJI may be working a new FPV drone that you can fly indoors

DJI could be working on a new FPV drone that’s suitable for indoor flight called the Avata. A leak indicates that the drone could weigh 500 grams...

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Now you can order a third round of free test kits from COVIDTests.gov

The USPS has opened up a third round of orders for free COVID-19 tests. Even better, orders now come with eight tests instead of four. The US Postal...

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How to convert your Xbox Live subscription into Game Pass Ultimate

Microsoft’s introductory month of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for $1 is tempting, but before you redeem it, here’s how you can turn 36 months of Xbox...

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How to redeem YouTube Premium code: A step-by-step guide

YouTube already offers one month of free trial for YouTube premium. In India, the subscription plan pricing start at Rs 139 per month. ...

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Boost Mobile will let you lower your phone bill by playing games and watching ads

Boost Mobile has launched a new app that rewards players with Boostcoins for playing games or watching ads that they can then redeem to help pay...

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Lego’s next batch of official unofficial sets go on sale May 17th, and you’ll want to be quick

Lego rejected these fan-designed sets, but it’ll sell a few to you. If you consider yourself a Lego fan, you’re going to want to read this story...

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Youtube Shorts gets Green Screen feature on iOS, here's how to use it

Youtube has added one of the most useful features for Youtube Shorts creators. The company has finally introduced the Green Screen feature on Youtube...

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A court just blew up internet law because it thinks YouTube isn’t a website

The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled against groups trying to block HB 20, a Texas law barring companies from banning users in the state based on...

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