Best Ways to Rewatch CES 2020 Keynotes

Best Ways to Rewatch CES 2020 Keynotes

CES 2020 showed off the newest devices and biggest tech developments that we’re likely to see this year. Here are ways to rewatch the CES 2020 keynotes.

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Emotet Malware Targets US Government

Emotet Malware Targets US Government

While Emotet malware has been around for a long time, we’ve recently seen it shift its focus onto government and military-based targets.

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What You Need to Know About 10G

What You Need to Know About 10G

You may have heard of 5G, but you may not know about 10G broadband. Here is what you need to know about 10G and when you can expect it to roll out.

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New Chromium-Based Microsoft Edge Released

New Chromium-Based Microsoft Edge Released

Microsoft’s latest Chromium-based Microsoft Edge browser is now ready for download and use. This will put it a little closer to its competition.

By Simon Batt -
Web Code Playground Tools You Should Try

Web Code Playground Tools You Should Try

If you’re at all into web coding, you’ve probably used at least one web code playground in your time. Here are some of the best you should try.

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How to Use Google Maps in Incognito Mode

How to Use Google Maps in Incognito Mode

If you don’t want Google Maps to keep track of where you have been, you can now turn on Incognito mode in Google Maps. Here’s how you can enable it.

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How to Use Google Search Like a Power User

How to Use Google Search Like a Power User

Google’s search engine has many specialized operators to perform special searches. Here are a few tips and tricks to super-charge your Google searches.

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Top Tech Trends to Look for in 2020

Top Tech Trends to Look for in 2020

In the technology world, we’re always looking forward to the next big innovation. Here are five upcoming tech trends you should keep your eye on this year.

By Simon Batt -
How to Use Google to Look for Jobs

How to Use Google to Look for Jobs

Google for Jobs is a Google feature that allows you to look for jobs in any field or niche and refine the job-hunting process. Here’s how you can use Google to look for jobs.

By Neeraj Chand -
How to Trace an Email to Its Source IP

How to Trace an Email to Its Source IP

If you have doubts about the validity of an email, you can check the original IP address for the sending source. Here’s how to trace an email’s source IP.

By Tracey Rosenberger -
How to Get Started with Git and GitHub

How to Get Started with Git and GitHub

If you just started exploring GitHub, you’ll find a steep learning curve. Here is a step-by-step guide to help you get started with Git and GitHub.

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How Does Brave Browser Compare to Chrome

How Does Brave Browser Compare to Chrome

Brave is a new browser that is heavily focused on privacy. How does it compare to Chrome? Does Brave have the secret sauce to overtake the Chrome browser?

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How to Change Your Route on Google Maps

How to Change Your Route on Google Maps

Google Maps may not always give the best route for your journey. Here is how you can take over the routing process and change the route in Google Maps.

By Neeraj Chand -
10 Tips and Tricks for Using Google Drive

10 Tips and Tricks for Using Google Drive

Google Drive is more than just a file dump. The following Google Drive tips and tricks help you achieve more simplicity and efficiency for day-to-day work.

By Sayak Boral -
How to Spot and Avoid an eBay Scam

How to Spot and Avoid an eBay Scam

eBay is full of scammers. Fortunately, there are ways that you can avoid these eBay scams. Here are some of the more prolific scams and how to beat them.

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