Month: June 2021

HDMI splitters (and graphics cards) can send video output to two HDMI monitors at the same time. But not just any splitter will do; you need one that works well for the least amount of money. We’ll discuss why finding the right splitter is so hard and recommend the three best HDMI splitters, plus an
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Apple Watch International Collection Sport Loop bands have been launched that represent 22 different countries around the globe, along with matching watch faces that can be paired with the bands. The International Collection bands have 22 different Sport Loop bands, with a soft, breathable, and lightweight design, Apple says. The matching Stripes watch faces are
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The processor is the brain of a computer, but understanding the difference between processors requires a lot of brainpower of your own. Unfortunately, Intel has a confusing naming scheme, and the question we get asked most often is: What’s the difference between an i3, i5, or i7 processor? Which CPU should I buy? It’s time
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Australia’s securities regulator said on Wednesday it would consult market participants on proposals to identify appropriate crypto assets and set up good market practices for financial instruments that expose them to digital currency-backed assets. The move comes as governments and regulators worldwide try to regulate the digital assets industry in the wake of rising investor
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The TV in your living room or bedroom isn’t just another entertainment device anymore. It’s more personal and an indispensable part of your life, and others around you. Samsung, India’s no. 1 TV brand, impressed everyone when it announced its first The Frame TV. It instantly changed everyone’s perception of a modern smart TV. Samsung
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Listen, it’s probably not the best sign when a show feels like it’s running out of steam on its first day. Mobile World Congress’ opening salvo was headlined by Samsung in an event that touched on some partnerships and spent equal time teasing an upcoming event where it will actually launch some hardware. It’s hard
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Over the last two and a half decades, the internet has evolved and expanded into something barely recognizable from its humble beginnings. Trying to understand what the internet is and how it works can be incredibly confusing. But who actually owns the internet? For various reasons, this question is quite hard to answer. In this
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Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 support page has reportedly gone live on the company’s India, Russia, and Caribbean websites. It suggests the smartwatch may be launching soon. While Samsung has not shared any information on the upcoming Galaxy Watch 4, it teased at a Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2021 event that the next Galaxy Watch is
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With Clubhouse appearing from nowhere to dominate emerging social media trends, everyone else is racing to catch up. Including Spotify, which has launched its own Clubhouse clone of sorts called Spotify Greenroom. The number of Clubhouse clones now launching is ridiculous. From Facebook Live Audio Rooms and Twitter Live Spaces to Instagram Audio Rooms and
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Dell UltraSharp Webcam has been launched as a premium offering for 4K video conferences. The cylindrically-shaped webcam features a 4K Sony sensor that is claimed to provide enhanced video communication even in low light. Dell has also preloaded an Auto-Framing feature that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to keep users in focus even when they move
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