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How to Change the Default Image Editing Program on Windows

If you edit images a lot on your Windows PC, you probably would’ve considered changing the default image editing application on your PC. You can easily right-click on an image, highlight “Open with” and then select your image editing program but then, this renders the “Edit” option in the context menu useless as it automatically opens Paint, the default app ...

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Fix: Facebook Post Embed not Working on WordPress

Sometimes around March, embedded Facebook posts stopped working correctly on WordPress. This doesn’t seem to affect WordPress alone, it seems to affect other platforms as well. A lot of people speculated it was because Facebook changed certain things in their API but embeds included on web pages before March still appears correctly. Till now, the issue remains the same and ...

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SQL Server 2014 Tutorial _ SQL Video Tutorial for Beginners _ The Complete Guide_HD

Whatever a database is being used for—websites, bookkeeping, sales and inventory, or even the lowly to-do list—it’s still all about the data. Completely updated for 2014, SQL Essential Training is designed to help users understand the most common language for database wrangling, SQL. Beginning with a quick start introduction for those who want to start working with data immediately, instructor ...

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Android 6.0 Marshmallow to roll out from 5 October on some devices

We are just a few days away from Google’s big event which is scheduled for in San Francisco on September 29. During the event, Google is expected to unveil the much talked about Nexus smartphones built by LG and Huawei (LG Nexus 5X and Huawei Nexus 6P). Reportedly, Android 6.0 Marshmallow – will roll out to the following devices on October ...

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An Investor’s Journey To Future Science And Technology

Venture capital is booming again. VCs invested a total of $48 billion last year — the highest amount in a decade. The lion’s share went to software, which attracted $19.8 billion, versus just $6 billion for biotech. There are many reasons why this is the case, and it’s worth in-depth exploration: Our ability to thrive on planet Earth depends on ...

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Change the Boring, Default Android Emoji to iOS Emoji

Back in 2013 when Android Kitkat came with a new keyboard with color Emoji, it was a relieve as getting Emoji to display on Android devices was not really easy. You either have to install an application to do that or get it done through a hack on rooted devices. Color Emoji look cool but almost everyone knows the the ...

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Modal Electronics : Superb Bristol Synths

  The Modal Electronics 002 Previous known as the Modulus 002 is aPremium 12-Voice Hybrid Polysynth that features an extensive selection of unique innovations that brings the Analogue and Digital synthesis domains together in one incredibly powerful instrument. 002 delivers modern control and modern conveniences whilst providing a lush and opulent sound you expect from an analogue synthesizer, it features internet ...

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How to Download and Install Windows 10 Right Now

I was one of those who took the plunge and installed Windows 10 Technical Preview and about a week ago, I got a notification on my PC asking me to get Windows 10. I did what I was asked and joined the queue of those waiting for the final release of Windows 10 on June 29.         ...

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Still on Windows 7? This is Why You Should Upgrade to Windows 10

If you’re still on Windows 7 and you’ve already vowed not to upgrade to Windows 10, it’s probably because Microsoft broke everyone’s heart with Windows 8 and you’re still disappointed. Well, it’s understandable and no one is going to blame you, but should you really be stuck in the past? Is this not the right time to move on? Windows ...

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How to Easily Unroot an Android Device [Full Tutorial]

We all have different reasons why we root our devices but there are times when it’s important to unroot. If you have never had any reason to unroot your phone, it’s possible you might not even know there’s a way to do it without necessarily flashing a stock ROM. However there are mainly two reasons why people unroot their Android ...

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How To Download Videos From Facebook On Android

      As you may have already know, you can upload and watch videos on Facebook, and there is no particular option that says ‘Download This Video’, but in this article, I’ll be showing you how to easily download videos from Facebook on your Android device without any third party app. Carefully follow the short easy TUT to download ...

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How To Change Android IMEI Number (MTK Device Only)

    Changing of Android IMEI has been around for quiet some time now and yes, i just change the IMEI of one of my android phone which enables me to spend less on data bundles. And in this article i’ll be showing you how i changed my Android IMEI number to Blackberry (BB) IMEI number. And doing this, you’ll ...

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Apple criticised over ‘presumptuous’ news app email

Apple’s forthcoming news app has been criticised over claims the company is hoodwinking bloggers into accepting its terms and conditions. An unsolicited email from Apple inviting publishers to join the service presumes acceptance of the terms, unless they actively opt out. It requires them to cover Apple if legal issues arise, among other things. Apple, which is due to launch ...

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Tecno Boom J7: Quick Specifications, Unboxing Video & Images

Tecno Boom J7 is yet another great product from Tecno Mobile and what makes it very different from previous devices is the fact that this is basically a music phone. No, don’t compare this with Tecno Phantom Z in terms of technical specifications but from what I’ve seen so far, it’s a sleek multimedia phone music lovers are definitely going ...

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iPhone 6 Plus Review: Awesome iPhone Experience in a Bigger Package

  You know the feeling – there is something that you like just fine, but there is one thing about it which just doesn’t sit well with you – and that stops you from having that ‘something’. Yeah, that feeling. That’s how I felt about the earlier generations of iPhones. They are usually very fine devices – but something that ...

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Xbox One vs. PS4: How the hardware specs compare (updated for 2015)

It’s been over a year and a half since the Xbox One and PS4 first debuted here in the U.S. In that time, they’ve both earned their keep as the bearer of current-generation game consoles. Microsoft realized some months after release that it needed a $400, price-competitive version with the PS4 that lacked the Kinect camera, and has since remedied ...

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How to Manage the Limited Storage Space on Mac and Make More of it

  I love my MacBook Air but the darn storage is always pretty tight. Like so many other Mac users, I bought the minimum storage amount. 128 GB of storage doesn’t sound so bad until you’re juggling which programs to delete and what photos get moved to an external drive. Managing hard-drive space on a Mac, especially in this age ...

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Nigeria: In search of God of Technology?

VERILY, Verily I say unto you, Children of Nigeria: Unless you consciously change your ways and attitude and fully embrace Science and Information Technology, God may surprisingly shock the nation and her citizenry, if Nigeria fails to take advantage of the Digital promise and opportunities of knowledge automation presented by 21st century information society! Indeed, if we have faith in ...

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Sources: Yahoo In Talks To Buy Foursquare

Yahoo has been busy rebuilding its business around mobile under CEO Marissa Mayer, and soon it could make one of its biggest bets yet on the platform. We have heard perennially that the company has been looking to buy Foursquare, the New York startup behind theeponymous local search app and location-based social “check-in” app Swarm. The latest rumor we are hearing is giving the ...

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How to Change Your HTC IMEI in Detailed Steps

    A similar tutorial was published here a while ago about changing your MTK device’s IMEI but that method can’t be applied to other smartphones. The method explained in this article was actually carried out on an HTC One X with a custom recovery, an unlocked bootloader and running CyanogenMod. In short, I tried this on a rooted device. So, ...

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Mortal Kombat X for Mobile Review: Not What We Expected

Almost everyone was excited when it was announced that Mortal Kombat X was coming to mobile this April and we all looked forward to it. The much anticipated game was released for iOS yesterday and if you’ve been following the Mortal Kombat game releases over the years, be ready for a dose of disappointment as the mobile version of Mortal ...

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The 3 Best (New) Email Clients for Mac OS X You Should Check Out Today

You’ve Got Mail Email clients come in all forms of size and functionality. But only a few have the necessary features that ease user interaction while providing an easy to use interface to manage, categorize and control all incoming and outgoing emails. Support for the major email providers is also crucial for success and widespread adoption among users. The recent ...

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Great Cannon’ Is China’s New Weapon That Shoots Down Internet Sites

  China is widely suspected to be behind the recent attacks on Github and internet freedom group Great Fire. Now we have the most concrete evidence that indeed it was, and it looks like it did so using a new weapon to boot. That’s according to a report from Citizen Lab — an ICT, security and human rights lab based within the ...

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Japanese Court Orders Google To Delete Critical Reviews From Google Maps

  There’s troubling news in Japan today, after Google was told to delete two critical customer reviews from its Google Maps service. The Chiba District Court today issued a preliminary injunction forcing the U.S. internet company to remove two anonymous reviews for an undisclosed medical clinic in the country. While they document negative customer experiences at the clinic, neither review violates the policies that Google has ...

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7 Awesome Apps That are Available Exclusively on Android

    Don’t you hate hearing about that cool new app? The one that everyone’s talking about and is only on iPhone? When I owned only an Android phone, that would drive me crazy. “There are so many awesome Android-exclusive apps!” I wanted to shout at them. These days, almost every major app is on Android and iOS. New startups ...

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Apple Watch Is Now Available For Pre-Order

    Apple has flipped the switch for pre-orders for the Apple Watch, letting customers purchase their device in advance via the Apple Store website and the Store app for iPhone and iPad. Previously, customers could “favorite” their preferred selection, picking from the three Watch collections and the various bands available for each, but now they can actually order a ...

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Avoiding Android Malware: The Complete Guide

  Android has malware. It exists, and can affect your phone in negative ways. It’s not common or even likely to happen to you, but it can. You can also ensure that you’ll never have to deal with any of those problems with a few simple steps. Android definitely still has some holes in it, and while we can’t fix ...

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Facebook Launches Dedicated Web Interface For Messenger

  Ever try to read a Facebook message on the web and get distracted by your News Feed and notifications? Well now Facebook has a way to let you use Messenger in peace from your web browser. Today it launched Messenger.com as a dedicated chat interface. It’s rolling out worldwide for English users, with support for more languages to come. ...

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How to Send Gmail Attachments to Dropbox Automatically

Seamless Integration Gmail does give you a lot of free storage space (15 GB), but if you’ve been using your email account for a while you may have received a ton of emails with attachments. Not only do they occupy most of your space, be it files, photos or videos, sorting through these attachments and downloading them manually is a ...

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How To Read Facebook Messages Without Messenger on Android

When Facebook forced everyone to start using Messenger on their mobile devices, a lot of users complained but ended up using it anyway. People tried bypassing it using different methodsbut subsequent updates to the Facebook app patched up the loopholes.     Also read: How to Read Facebook Messages on iPhone without Messenger App A lot of us ended up ...

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Galaxy Note Edge Review: Edging on Greatness, But Missing the Mark

  Sometimes, it’s hard to decide on a verdict. I’m torn on the Galaxy Note Edge. Despite its immense promise and many useful features, I had problems. Major ones. Really, one big one when it comes down to it. The Galaxy Note may be the best phone you still should not buy. Here’s our review of Galaxy Note Edge where ...

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Apple Watch Demo Videos Put Potential Buyers Behind The Wheel

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possibilities for customization. That’s not a bad thing at all, but it’s much more suited to a product that’s entering an upgrade cycle. The last few years of iPhone or iPad releases is a good example of this. If you’re going to convince someone they might like to purchase the new one you’re going to highlight differentiating design, color, materials ...

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Windows 10 Will Log You In Using Your Biometric Data

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Are you looking forward to Windows 10? Many people are thanks to the resounding disappointment Windows 8 seemed to be with the masses. The last Windows version I used was 7, and I have to say I thought it ran smoothly and I don’t remember any problems with it. Windows 10 is making some big changes, however, starting with the ...

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Solar energy ‘could provide 4% of UK electricity by 2020’

Solar power could provide up to 4% of the UK’s electricity by the end of the decade, the government has said. The plummeting cost of solar panels has caused the government to revise upwards its forecast for solar energy use, Energy Secretary Ed Davey said. This had contributed to the government decision to end most subsidies for large-scale solar this ...

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Instagram Launches Layout, Its Own Photo Collage App

    Instagram today announced the debut of a new application called Layout, the company’s next standalone creation tool outside of its flagship photo-sharing application. With Layout, Instagram users will be able to quickly build collages using their mobile photos, which they can then choose to share to Instagram, Facebook, or elsewhere. Collage-making is already a popular activity on Instagram, the company tells ...

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