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  2. sweatshopking

    Qualcomm's answer to Apple's M1 could be the SC8280

    They need to start appearing in 300 Euro (with 8GB of RAM and a real SSD) machines. Nobody is buying 1k+ Windows machines unless they are gaming or business (XPS, Latitude, Elitebook, Thinkpad) looks at my spx You and 8 other owners. Don't hate it till you try it. It may not be for you, but it is a nice device, and a lot more capable than most here give it credit for. the hate for the spx usually comes down to "i don't understand it/can't afford it and so it's garbage". For anyone who is a student, works in law, economics, statistics, chemistry, etc. I would argue there is no better
  3. They need to start appearing in 300 Euro (with 8GB of RAM and a real SSD) machines. Nobody is buying 1k+ Windows machines unless they are gaming or business (XPS, Latitude, Elitebook, Thinkpad) looks at my spx You and 8 other owners. Don't hate it till you try it. It may not be for you, but it is a nice device, and a lot more capable than most here give it credit for.
  4. Copernic

    Inpaint 9.0

    Inpaint 9.0 by Razvan Serea Magically Remove Elements From Your Photos! Inpaint will magically fill the selected area with intelligently-generated textures pulled from the surrounding image data. How it works: Inpaint photo restoration software reconstructs the selected image area from the pixels near the area boundary. Remove undesirable objects from still images, such as logos, watermarks, power lines, people, text or any other undesired artefacts. There's no need to manually go through messing around with your old clone tool any more! Now you can use Inpaint to easily remove all th
  5. Copernic

    Master PDF Editor 5.7

    Master PDF Editor 5.7 by Razvan Serea Master PDF Editor is straightforward, easy to use application for working with PDF documents equipped with powerful multi-purpose functionality. With Master PDF Editor you can easily view, create and modify PDF documents. The application enables you to merge several files into one, split a source document into multiple documents, and also to comment, sign and encrypt PDF files. Master PDF Editor – Features at a glance: Edit PDF text, images and pages with full editing features. Create new PDF or edit existing ones. Add and/or edit bookmarks in PDF
  6. It was. It was insecure by design (as are many IoT devices) when broadcasting its own wifi to initially connect your device to it. BitDefender reported it, they then switched to HTTPS with a certificate https://in.pcmag.com/bitdefend...ring-doorbell-vulnerability LoL. So for a brief second when being set up, it was accessible by someone standing within 15 feet of it ready to pounce on it. How often did that happen? That's not what happened in the "infamous" episodes that were claimed to be "hacking".
  7. Just stop with the bull****. Nobody is spying on you through your Ring cameras. Even Ring tech support can't view your camera feeds or stored video without a one-time security code that YOU have to give them. Only the customer can choose to share a video, whether to someone else or the Neighbor app or law enforcement. Now, if you don't have 2FA enabled and your password is PASSWORD, well, you get what you get. Well considering the video feeds were not encrypted until now... and that Amazon had provided those videos to law enforcement in the past, I would say they do have access There was
  8. I really hope that isn't the case. My Surface tablet is very underwhelming as a tablet wen there's very few optimized tablet apps unlike the iPad. Using a web browser is clunky and PWA has its limitations.
  9. It's definitely atrocious that "Groove" Music is still branded as such. I feel the rebrand from Xbox Music to Groove was one of the worst rebrands ever. At least one could understand Xbox has evolved into an entertainment brand and encompassed a music streaming service and store. But "Groove"? Sounds like old record player music or groovy disco music. If "Microsoft Movies + TV" worked, why not "Microsoft Music"? Totally forgot Groove Music still existed as I've been using Spotify for sometime after Microsoft's streaming service was nixed.
  10. SyntheticVirusZ

    Flashing a Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G

    Hey thanks guy's for the suggestion's and sorry it took me so long to respond, had some catastrophic tech events happen...
  11. Does anyone know where i can download a free coarse for learning Active directory for beginners with labs that i can use a virtual box? If so, can you please provide me with a link or a site that teaches it for free. Thx
  12. Skagen Jorn Hybrid HR smartwatch unboxing and first impressions by Rich Woods Announced at CES this year, Skagen's Jorn Hybrid HR smartwatch is its first hybrid wearable, although there have been others under the Fossil umbrella. It comes in stainless steel casing and it has actual hands that make it look like an analog watch, but it also has smart features. Among those features are notifications, fitness tracking, heart rate tracking, and more. What's really cool is that it actually has a screen underneath the hands, but it's an E Ink display. This makes it look more natural, and more lik
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  14. MS Bob 10

    Google to limit Chrome sync API following audit

    Why is an audit required to know that third-party Chromium-based browsers were using the APIs? They should've been private from the start.
  15. Awesome! Ever since HD started becoming popular I've always disliked the wide aspect ratios. It might be good for movies (and that's debatable in my opinion) but for computing more vertical space really helps. I hope we start seeing more taller monitors for desktops also. And are there any Ryzen-based laptops with a taller display? At the very least, 16:10.
  16. Steve P's post about the SLS Green Run (static fire), which should be done this afternoon (Saturday, Jan 16, 2021), got mislocated so here's a link. It should be streamed on NASA TV. Ignition is estimated at 1700 Eastern.
  17. dustojnikhummer

    Windows 10 build 21292.1010 breaks x64 emulation on ARM PCs

    Apparently Windows runs very well in a VM on M1, at least the ARM version does.
  18. I wouldn't get too excited, this no doubt will be Xbox only. I doubt Apple even cares about Windows users and MS seems to care less (in regards to the Microsoft Store). I'll be happy to be proven wrong but I have serious doubts.
  19. Amazon's Deal of the Day discounts 1MORE Stylish wireless buds by 50% by Steven Parker Although it has been quite a while since we've last reviewed anything from 1MORE, they are still around and also have a wireless set of buds in their offerings in Amazon's Deal of the Day in the U.S., and if it is anything to go from our 'Perfect' score for their in-ear phones from a few years ago, they should be good. Here are some of the highlights for the 1MORE Stylish True Wireless Earbuds: Dynamic driver with a titanium composite diaphragm 24-Hour Playtime with Fast Charge Quick Charge enables
  20. scumdogmillionaire

    Windows 10 build 21292.1010 breaks x64 emulation on ARM PCs

    Stupid question probably... So if I got a Macbook M1, then I could use this with Parallels and run Visual Studio in the Windows environment, right? Or will the emulation not do that heavy of lifting for something like VS?
  21. Installs fine here but most computers around here are 1-6yrs old i have a ryzen9/x570 machine an older intel i7 machine and now a vmware virtual machine all doing the same thing. Seems to be rife in the feedback hub too but glad yours is working
  22. Eww. Why are we moving back towards boxy laptops?? That's not going to bode well for watching movies designed for widescreen viewing (which... They pretty much all are, soooo...) Dislike. Wouldn't go with a boxy laptop unless there was literally nothing else on the market. PS- they better not phase out 16:9 completely... The Rev will not be happy... >:-(
  23. That's what automated test platforms are for i.e. before this is even shipped to any customers or insiders.
  24. I never thought I'd see the day that Poland protects freedoms better than the US. While some are pointing out social media companies are private, so are newspapers and broadcasters. They must adhere to laws that social media seems immune to. There also seems to be a double standard with small businesses and to who they may or may not serve. There are haunting similarities to the Nazi rise of power: Nazi party was officially "National Socialist German Workers' Party" and promoted as a government for the people to give them back what they deserve. They started with a meager 2% popularity. Th
  25. I hope this is the right thread, I couldn't find one for the Lunar mission (except for the Orion ship updates) this is for the rocket itself that will take them there Source: https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-54583588 Images: NASA And here is where the live stream will be:
  26. UKer

    Mac OS Desktops: 1Q 2021

    Here is the desktop on my M1 MacBook Air. It took forever to arrive (because it was 16GB/1TB), but performs better than my old i9 16" MacBook. The battery life is insane, I only need to charge every two days now.
  27. Fleet Command

    Polish government eyeing free speech social media law

    They are not. They are preserving their own political web presence. If somebody suppresses your seditious post, you have to sue them first, which is very costly. Experience tells me that the elected committee will rule against you.
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