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The medieval knight who went into intention The medieval knight who went into intention

The medieval knight who went into intention

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Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Richard went into space in 2008, paying $30m for the privilege The BBC’s weekly The Boss series profiles different business leaders from around the world. This week we speak to Richard Garriott, computer games veteran, and space tourism pioneer.Blasting into space on a Russian Soyuz rocket, Richard Garriott says…

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The ideal technique to Decide Windows 10’s Anxious Adverts Masquerading as ‘Solutions’ The ideal technique to Decide Windows 10’s Anxious Adverts Masquerading as ‘Solutions’

The ideal technique to Decide Windows 10’s Anxious Adverts Masquerading as ‘Solutions’

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In a perfect world, every new computer with Windows 10 on it—or every new installation of Windows 10—would arrive free of annoying applications and other bloatware that few people need. (Sorry, Candy Crush Saga.) It would also be free of annoying advertising. While that’s not to say that Microsoft is dropping big banners for Coke…

The proper computer mice The proper computer mice

The proper computer mice

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Microsoft’s Your Mobile phone and Samsung Galaxy Z Flip are a highest searching match Microsoft’s Your Mobile phone and Samsung Galaxy Z Flip are a highest searching match

Microsoft’s Your Mobile phone and Samsung Galaxy Z Flip are a highest searching match

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Source: Daniel Rubino/Windows CentralSamsung Galaxy Z Flip and the Surface Pro X are a mobile power team. Over the weekend, I was one of the lucky few to have my Samsung Galaxy Z Flip order ship from Best Buy. The folding phone is not without controversy, but it is also winning the hearts of many…

Moment introduces 67mm filter mounts that works with any phone Moment introduces 67mm filter mounts that works with any phone

Moment introduces 67mm filter mounts that works with any phone

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Moment, known for creating camera gear and accessories for creative professionals, today released a 67mm filter set and mount. The company states that users can now mount a filter to any phone, even without a case. The 67mm mount was designed so a filter could be placed over a triple-lens camera system like, for example,…

A computer science professor at Brown uses a single textual stutter material file to put collectively his to-carry out checklist every day — here is what it appears to be like adore A computer science professor at Brown uses a single textual stutter material file to put collectively his to-carry out checklist every day — here is what it appears to be like adore

A computer science professor at Brown uses a single textual stutter material file to put collectively his to-carry out checklist every day — here is what it appears to be like adore

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My productivity app for the past 12 years has been a single .txt file By Jeff Huang on 2020-01-31 The biggest transition for me when I started college was learning to get organized. There was a point when I couldn’t just remember everything in my head. And having to constantly keep track of things was…

InterviewBit secures $20M to develop its developed on-line computer science program in India InterviewBit secures $20M to develop its developed on-line computer science program in India

InterviewBit secures $20M to develop its developed on-line computer science program in India

By 7 days ago

InterviewBit, a Bangalore-based startup that runs an advanced online computer science program for college graduates and young professional engineers, has raised $20 million in one of the largest Series A financing rounds in the education sector. The five-year-old startup’s Series A round was led by Sequoia India and Tiger Global. Global Founders Capital and some others…

Aid! I Bumped My PC and Now It Will not Flip On Aid! I Bumped My PC and Now It Will not Flip On

Aid! I Bumped My PC and Now It Will not Flip On

By 7 days ago

Tech 911Tech 911Do you have a tech question keeping you up at night? We’d love to answer it! Email david.murphy@lifehacker.com with “Tech 911” in the subject line.Your laptop computer is a delicate beast. It can take a pounding, perhaps even a dropping, up to a certain point. It might survive a fall from the desk…

Researchers can ‘do away with’ recordsdata by monitoring a PC computer screen’s brightness Researchers can ‘do away with’ recordsdata by monitoring a PC computer screen’s brightness

Researchers can ‘do away with’ recordsdata by monitoring a PC computer screen’s brightness

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There are already ways to siphon data from computers without a network connection or old-fashioned physical theft, but this might be one of the cleverer examples. Researchers have found a way to steal data from “air-gapped” computers (that is, no way to connect to other devices) using an LCD’s brightness. The approach has a compromised…

Bug prevents Windows 7 customers from shutting down their PCs Bug prevents Windows 7 customers from shutting down their PCs

Bug prevents Windows 7 customers from shutting down their PCs

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Some have claimed success by disabling a handful of Adobe update services, but it’s not certain if that’s a reliable fix or if Adobe software is to blame. A Microsoft spokesperson told Bleeping Computer in a statement that the company was “actively investigating” the flaw, although it’s not certain what happens next.If this turns out…

The Week in Overview – The Most Stylish Posts The Week in Overview – The Most Stylish Posts

The Week in Overview – The Most Stylish Posts

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Good morning from Maine where it is a crisp -9F! Unfortunately, the forecast indicates that it’s not going to get much warmer than 0F and it will be windy. In other words, it might be a day for bowling instead of playing outside. My youngest daughter recently discovered that she loves bowling! Well as much…

The Week in Overview – The Most In model Posts The Week in Overview – The Most In model Posts

The Week in Overview – The Most In model Posts

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Good morning from cold and dreary Maine. It seems like forever since we’ve seen the sun. To add insult to injury what was supposed to be snow turned out to be two days of sleet. I hope that wherever you are this weekend, the weather is a bit cheerier than it is here. This week…

Galaxy S20 brings 5G to Samsung potentialities, whether they need it or no longer – CNET Galaxy S20 brings 5G to Samsung potentialities, whether they need it or no longer – CNET

Galaxy S20 brings 5G to Samsung potentialities, whether they need it or no longer – CNET

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Samsung has made a huge 5G push over the past year. It continues with the new Galaxy S20 lineup. Angela Lang/CNET Last year, 5G phones were just getting started. This year, it will be hard to avoid them — and you’re going to pay more for the superfast technology, whether you actually want it or…

How to Force Your self Off Your Computer How to Force Your self Off Your Computer

How to Force Your self Off Your Computer

By 1 week ago

Loner WeekLoner WeekCalling all loners! Dining alone, gaming alone, traveling the world alone… there’s a lot to be said for enjoying the finer things in life solo. It’s Loner Week at Lifehacker, and we’ve got hacks for every possible way to make the most of the world as a party of one.Whether we’re not paying…

Trump: Democrats ‘Fried Their Votes on Laptop’ Trump: Democrats ‘Fried Their Votes on Laptop’

Trump: Democrats ‘Fried Their Votes on Laptop’

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Photo: Gerry Broome (AP)President Trump thinks Democrats fried their votes on computer, he told reporters on Friday.In reference to the Iowa Democratic presidential caucus debacle—in which a buggy app paid for by the state party malfunctioned disastrously, preventing timely reporting of caucus results that themselves were later found to be riddled with errors even when…

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