Save $30 on a Moto G Power Smartphone

Save $30 on a Moto G Power Smartphone

There are some Android smartphones you can pick up for just a few hundred dollars, like the Moto G Power Smartphone with a three-day battery.

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How to Fix Broken Packages in Linux

How to Fix Broken Packages in Linux

Package managers are able to fix broken packages to get your system working again. Here we cover how to fix broken packages in Linux.

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Save $80 on a Garmin Speak Plus Dashcam

Save $80 on a Garmin Speak Plus Dashcam

If you’re looking for a smaller dashcam that won’t become the focal point of your windshield, check out the Garmin Speak Plus Dashcam.

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6 of the Best Linux Text Editors

6 of the Best Linux Text Editors

You’d be amazed by just how many different text editors are out there. Here are some of the best Linux text editors you can use.

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Take 66% Off a NexiGo Business Webcam

Take 66% Off a NexiGo Business Webcam

Whether you need a webcam for Zoom, Skype, or another videoconferencing software, you’ll appreciate the NexiGo Business Webcam.

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8 Best Android Screen-Recording Apps

8 Best Android Screen-Recording Apps

Want to start your own YouTube tutorial channel or make screencasts of your Android device? These are some of the best Android screen-recording apps to try.

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8 Useful Skype Tricks You Should Know

8 Useful Skype Tricks You Should Know

If you too are using Skype every day for your work, here are some useful Skype tricks to help you enhance your productivity.

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Save $38 on an IVISII Ring Light Kit

Save $38 on an IVISII Ring Light Kit

While ring lights sound like expensive equipment, they don’t have to be. Consider the IVISII Ring Light. You can pick it up for $38 off.

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How to Play PS3 Games on PC with RPCS3

How to Play PS3 Games on PC with RPCS3

Emulating the PS3 on a PC is not an easy task due to its complicated architecture. Thanks to RPCS3, now you can easily play PS3 games on your PC.

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