Month: March 2021

If your Fitbit’s time is wrong, perhaps due to changing time zones or some sort of glitch, it’s easy to change the time on your Fitbit. You can have your wearable set the time through the internet, or set the time zone manually if you prefer. Let’s look at how to change the time on
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Apple Maps has started showing COVID-19 airport travel guidance to iPhone, iPad, and Mac users to let them easily access local airport health requirements including face coverings, health tests, or screenings, and quarantine guidelines. The data has been sourced from the Airports Council International (ACI) for major airports across the globe, including key ones in
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imToken, the blockchain tech startup and crypto wallet developer, announced today it has raised $30 million in Series B funding led by Qiming Venture Partners. Participants included returning investor IDG Capital, and new backers Breyer Capital, HashKey, Signum Capital, Longling Capital, SNZ and Liang Xinjun, the co-founder of Fosun International. Founded in 2016, the startup’s
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You’ve probably listened to your favorite artists and songs across a range of streaming services. You may even have checked out their latest video on YouTube, listened to a playlist on Spotify, or used Amazon Music on your smart speaker. Each service needs to have up-to-date information on the performer or artist. That’s not to
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Arm unveiled the biggest overhaul of its technology in almost a decade, with new designs targeting markets currently dominated by Intel, the world’s largest chipmaker. The Cambridge, UK-based company is adding capabilities to help chips handle machine learning, a powerful type of artificial intelligence software. Extra security features will lock down data and computer code
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You’ve probably heard of Clubhouse by now: the invite-only voice chat app for iOS that’s become so popular that every other major social media platform is trying to copy it. Clubhouse surpassed 13 million downloads (says App Annie) in time for its first anniversary, which was almost two weeks ago on March 17. Considering the more business-focused
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Uber’s ride-hailing service is the biggest in the US and one of the most popular in the world, with a market capitalization of over $75 billion. Driving people around town in the comfort of your own vehicle sounds like a great side hustle to many. So, in the past couple of years, anyone who wishes
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The Taiwanese computer manufacturing and electronics giant, Acer, was hit by the REvil ransomware attack. For safe decryption of data, the hackers demanded a record ransom of $50,000,000. To anyone keeping tabs on cybersecurity, this might be not come as a surprise: attacks such as these have become more and more common with time. So what is malware? How
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Nvidia’s new 30-series GPUs represent the first major performance leap in graphics technology in at least half a decade. To hear Nvidia’s own claims, the flagship RTX 3080 roughly doubles the performance of the outgoing RTX 2080. The RTX 3070, meanwhile, supposedly outperforms the reigning 2080 Ti at a fraction of the price. Most PC
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If you like to pass the time watching Facebook stories, you’ve probably found yourself trying to watch them in a public area without headphones and struggled. Those days may soon be over, as Facebook is working on automatic captions for Stories. Making Facebook Stories More Accessible With Automatic Captions More accessibility is always a good
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FASTag recharge is necessary if you’re travelling between cities. PhonePe is one of the popular platforms to let you recharge your FASTag. It is claimed to have processed over seven million FASTag recharge transactions for over one million users, as of November. The PhonePe app supports recharges for all major FASTag-issuing banks such as Axis
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