Bitcoin is now a household name, with thousands of people choosing to invest in this popular form of cryptocurrency. Though a single coin was only worth a dollar in 2011, its value has now skyrocketed, with most people only able to buy a fraction of a coin. However, the process by which Bitcoin is produced,
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iPhone or iPad users can enjoy YouTube videos in picture-in-picture mode, just like Android devices. You don’t need to have the YouTube app installed on your iPhone or iPad to get the picture-in-picture mode. Instead, you can experience it directly using a Web browser, including the preloaded Safari. The picture-in-picture (PiP) mode is essentially quite
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Switching from an Android phone to an iPhone can be a daunting experience. It’s a whole different ecosystem, one that is more exclusive and tightly wound. However, there are a few ways in which you can make the transition smoother when it comes to transferring data. While the two ecosystems are completely different, a Google
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Photoshop has several options when it comes to copying layers between documents, so you can easily add an image or logo to a different file without recreating it from scratch. If you’re looking to become more effective with your workflow, here’s a guide explaining how to copy Photoshop layers to a different document. 1. Copy
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TikTok’s growth has seen creators beginning to get paid for their content. They receive money not only from contributions, but also from other brands as influencers. There are a number of reasons why you may want to grow your presence on the app—whether it’s just for fun or you’re looking to build a career. If all of
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TAR archives are an integral part of a Linux ecosystem. All the packages that you install on your machine are provided in the form of compressed archives. Some of them have the TAR file extension, while other compressed archives use the TAR.GZ or TAR.BZ2 file format. But are TAR and TAR.GZ files essentially the same? And if not, what
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Apple said Thursday it will give $5 million (roughly Rs. 37.09 crores) to four historically Black universities to help expand their engineering programs for designing the chips that power electronic devices. Apple said the $5 million (roughly Rs. 37.09 crores) will be spread across Alabama A&M University, Howard University, in Washington, DC, Morgan State University, in
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