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  2. tsupersonic

    Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 pre-orders kick off today in the U.S.

    Yes, you can pre-order. The link is in the article...
  3. For sure you don't have, because Microsoft has stopped shipping new features. No development means no bugs. No new features doesn't mean they are not working on existing stuff? It's quite clear you don't know much about software development but are just saying things. Yeah, yeah, sure. Have you looked at the list of fixes of each new Insider build? I'm talking about the detailed list, not the one with the front facing features that usually contains... one change in the Feedback Hub. Exactly because I know software development I'm saying that when you don't add new (breaking or not) changes and features to a software project, you will not have new issues and bugs. I don’t think you know what you are talking about. I’m sure you believe you do, but no. It doesn’t take features to introduce bugs.
  4. Dutchie64

    Edge won't let you read ePub e-books anymore

    Never uses it in that way, neither for PDF's. For me a browser = internet stuff. All the other stuff is fluff and complicates the code source.
  5. Dutchie64

    Edge won't let you read ePub e-books anymore

    (LOL) You are right. Some apps I love to be freakin' complicated. I mean Calibre does everything related to e-books, and it has so many settings! But its viewer must be simple enough for everyone. Plus, it supports all known e-book formats. Same here! I loooove Calibre. So many options. And I linked it on my Android tablet with the Freda reader. Best combo ever, especially as Calibre is running on the server. I can browse and read my whole book collection via wifi
  6. ArchTech

    Edge won't let you read ePub e-books anymore

    I think it's just more the fact that they don't want to continue supporting the functionality since they discontinued their eBook store Yeah, that and also because there is no 8-inch Surface mini tablet that exist, nor other major OEMs releasing something similar to iPad Mini (who just recently got an update with Pencil support). On Windows hardware, the smallest you can have is 10 inch Windows tablets or 2-in-1, and that is still too big for eBook reading and for 2-in-1's, bit bulky except for the likes of Surface Go. Seriously, I don't think alot of people are comfortable reading eBooks using Surface Pro, let alone Surface Book or something with bigger screen, which most Windows convertible devices are. It is no surprise really that their eBook store didn't get much success. It was rather rushed from the start.
  7. camuflage

    Can i upgrade my laptop?

    I retried and now it's working, i guess it was a bad contact. It detects 16 Gb now.
  8. warwagon

    Netflix is testing new human-curated 'Collections' feature

    They should bring back the Star rating system and do away with the stupid thumbs up and thumbs down. The best example of this is Luke Cage. I couldn't' rate it. It was neither a thumbs up or thumbs down ... but a 2 out of 5. Started off good and then went full slow.
  9. SpeedyTheSnail

    11 Productivity Hacks That Don't Suck - Free eGuide

    Am I the only sick of the general public hijacking to word hack?
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  11. ZakO

    Can i upgrade my laptop?

    It might be a limitation of the motherboard. the spec you listed in your original post (https://www.asus.com/Laptops/K56CB/specifications/) says 8GB memory maximum supported, which usually means it only supports up to 4GB per slot.
  12. camuflage

    Can i upgrade my laptop?

    Hey guys. Just got my memories 8Gbx2 and i notice one of the slots can only read 2Gb of memory (the laptop came with 4Gb + 2Gb). Tried to place a stick of 4Gb and another of 8Gb in the same slot but it simply doesn't detect it, while the 2Gb it detects immediately. The bios is updated. Is it a limitation of my motherboard or the crucial website is not updated?
  13. Netflix is testing new human-curated 'Collections' feature by Stergios Georgopoulos As the streaming wars heat up, Netflix is looking for new ways to improve its service to better compete against upcoming rival services from Disney, Apple, WarnerMedia, and others. The company is testing a new 'Collections' feature, where users can browse movies and tv shows that are curated by expert editors instead of the algorithms that currently serve up content in the Netflix recommendations pane. The new feature, which was first spotted by Jeff Higgins on Twitter, is only being tested with a small number of iOS users for now. Netflix says that factors such as genre, tone, story line and character traits are used to organize the titles. Some of the collections spotted so far include 'Short and Funny', 'Artful Adventures', 'Dark & Devious TV Shows', and 'Oddballs & Outcasts'. Here's a look at the smooth transitions in the new Netflix Collections 👇 pic.twitter.com/5xPYRheCqn — Jeff Higgins Likes Umbrella Beach Drinks (@ItsJeffHiggins) August 23, 2019 The new Collections option is located on the top right corner of the app. When you tap a collection, it expands to show a brief description of what the included shows or movies are about, followed by thumbnails of the titles it contains. A Netflix spokesperson noted that that as is the case with all of the company’s tests, there is a chance that the new option does not become a permanent feature on the service. Interestingly, the company’s less used DVD service has already implemented a similar Collections feature in its own mobile app. Source: TechCrunch
  14. xrobwx

    Could this be malware?

    https://www.sysnative.com/forums/pages/bsodcollectionapp/ Try the above and post the results, perhaps it will shed some light on your situation. Also, you can try this too: https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/576333/driver-verifier-bsod-related-windows-10-81-8-7-vista/#entry3707530
  15. Well, China needs AI to track down Muslims and other targets they deem as a threat to their society. Thus, their investment in AI companies and the hardware to support it only makes sense. ...and I wish I was being sarcastic. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/0...gence-racial-profiling.html https://money.cnn.com/2018/04/...ensetime-startup/index.html
  16. Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga Gen 4 unboxing and first impressions by Rich Woods It's one of my favorite times of the year: ThinkPad X1 review season. Two weeks ago, I unboxed the new ThinkPad X1 Carbon, and now it's time for the X1 Yoga Gen 4. Announced at CES this year, the ThinkPad X1 Yoga is the first to use an aluminum chassis, a huge departure from its carbon fiber and glass fiber roots. In fact, the design is somewhat reminiscent to the ThinkBook 13s, which I also reviewed recently. It's a clean design that's a sort of gunmetal grey color. It also comes in a much smaller footprint than previous generations; unfortunately, this means that Lenovo had to cut out the Lift and Lock keyboard, the feature that retracts the keys to make them flush with the palm rest when you fold back the display. But still, the machine is more compact, and it weighs in at only 2.99 pounds, despite the fact that aluminum is a heavier material than pretty much anything else found in laptops, such as carbon fiber. Another key change is that this year's X1 models are the first 14-inch ThinkPads to offer 4K screens. Previously, they went up to QHD. Now, it's still the top-end model that offers Dolby Vision HDR, so the QHD option is a standard screen. As was the case with the Carbon, Lenovo sent me two models, one with a 1080p screen and one with a 4K screen. Obviously, the former gets much better battery life. Check out the unboxing video below: Make sure to subscribe to Neowin on YouTube! It's the best channel in the universe!
  17. Who still holds onto a grudge for 3 years for a book they never intended buying in the first place? Wait.. you talking about me? I'm confused, I just found out this was even a thing lol. Some people can be very sensitive at perceived criticism of Apple.. Disregard, I haven't had coffee. All sorts of confused this morning.
  18. BudMan

    Could this be malware?

    fixed the permissions on the decom... You will want to look for the specific that was causing yours mine was the Immersive Shell
  19. devnulllore

    Could this be malware?

    I will do so. The dcomm 10016 is one too. How did you correct it?
  20. Power options and/or screensaver settings will allow you to set that up.
  21. Early Labor Day Sales: Save on Dell and Alienware PCs, Amazon Devices, and more by Steven Parker Some great Dell deals, with the XPS desktop still on sale and the Inspiron 15 7000 getting a discount code. Also, the OVERPOWERED DTW3 got an extra $200 discount. Finally, Amazon still has several of their devices on sale, such as the Echo Dot, Fire Stick TV 4K, and more. Featured Deals Dell XPS 8930 Intel Core i7-9700 8-core Tower Desktop with GTX 1050 Ti, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD for $949.99 at Dell (use code: DTXPSAFF1 - list price $1399.99). Dell Inspiron 15 7000 Intel Core i7-8550U Quad-core 15.6" 1080p Laptop with NVIDIA 940MX, 128GB SSD + 1TB HDD for $599.99 at Dell (use code: AFFLTKYL15 - list price $949.99). $200 Price Drop: OVERPOWERED DTW3 Intel Core i7-8700 6-Core Gaming Desktop with GTX 1080 Ti, 32GB RAM, 512GB SSD + 2TB HDD for $1299 at Walmart (list price $2099). Samsung 970 EVO 500GB NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD for $89.99 (1TB for $170) at Amazon (list price $149.99). Google Pixel 3 64GB Unlocked Smartphone for $499 (Google Pixel 3 XL for $599) at Amazon (list price $799). Amazon Echo Dot 3rd Gen Smart Speaker for $29.99 at Amazon (list price $49.99). Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K Streaming Media Player for $39.99 (1080p Fire TV Stick for $29.99) at Amazon (list price $49.99). Amazon Fire HD 10 32GB 10.1" 1920x1200 Tablet with Special Offers for $99.99 at Amazon (list price $149.99). $100 Price Drop: Alienware m15 Intel Core i7-8750H 6-core 15.6" 1080p 144Hz Gaming Laptop with GTX 1060 for $894.39 at Dell (use code: LCS10OFF - list price $1529.99). Alienware Aurora R8 Intel Core i7-9700 8-core Gaming Desktop with RTX 2070, 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD + $200 Visa Prepaid Card for $1393.91 at Dell (use code: LCS10OFF - list price $2129.99). Apple Mac mini with 8th gen Intel Core i3 Quad-core, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD (with i5 Core and 256GB SSD $999) for $699 at Amazon (list price $799). Dell Optiplex 9020 Micro Intel Core i3-4160T Win10 Pro Desktop with 256GB SSD (Off-Lease Refurb) for $299.99 at PCMag Shop (list price $399.99). 65" VIZIO P-Series Quantum X PX65-G1 4K UHD HDR Smart LED TV with 384 Dimming Zones for $1398 at Walmart (list price $2198). 55" LG OLED55B8PUA 4K UHD HDR OLED Smart TV + $150 Dell Gift Card for $1047 at Dell (list price $2297). Seagate Expansion 4TB USB 3.0 Desktop External Hard Drive for $69.99 at Amazon (list price $89.99). Ring Alarm Home Security System 8-Piece Kit + 3rd Gen Echo Dot for $189 at Amazon (list price $239). Apple AirPods with Charging Case for $144.99 at Amazon (list price $159). Apple iPad 32GB 9.7" Retina WiFi Tablet (2018 Model) for $249 at Walmart (list price $329). GoPro HERO 7 Black 4K Waterproof Action Camera for $329 at Amazon (list price $399.99). New Gen Nintendo Switch Console (Improved Battery Life) for $299.99 at Walmart and Amazon. Check out more deals from TechBargains. Amazon Early Labor Day Sale Amazon Echo Dot 3rd Gen Smart Speaker for $29.99 at Amazon (list price $49.99). Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K Streaming Media Player for $39.99 (1080p Fire TV Stick for $29.99) at Amazon (list price $49.99). Amazon Fire HD 10 32GB 10.1" 1920x1200 Tablet with Special Offers for $99.99 at Amazon (list price $149.99). Amazon Echo Show 5 5.5" Compact Smart Display for $64.99 at Amazon (list price $89.99). Amazon Cloud Cam 1080p Security Camera for $89.99 at Amazon (list price $119.99). Ring Alarm Home Security System 8-Piece Kit + 3rd Gen Echo Dot for $189 at Amazon (list price $239). Blink XT2 1080p Smart Wireless Security 2-Camera Kit for $139.99 (1 Camera $80, 3 Camera $200, 5 Camera $300) at Amazon (list price $179.99). eero Tri-Band Mesh Home WiFi System (1 eero Pro + 1 eero Beacon) for $239 at Amazon (list price $299). More Amazon Device Deals here. Apple Devices Apple AirPods with Charging Case for $144.99 at Amazon (list price $159). Apple AirPods with Wireless Charging Case for $179 at Amazon (list price $199). Apple iPad 32GB 9.7" Retina WiFi Tablet (2018 Model) for $249 at Walmart (list price $329). Apple Mac mini with 8th gen Intel Core i3 Quad-core, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD (with i5 Core and 256GB SSD $999) for $699 at Amazon (list price $799). Apple iPad Pro 12.9" 64GB WiFi Tablet (Current Gen with A12X Chip) for $799.99 at Amazon (list price $999). Apple iPad Pro 11" 64GB WiFi Tablet for $674.99 at Amazon (list price $799). Apple Watch Series 4 40mm GPS Smartwatch for $349 (44mm for $379) at Amazon (list price $399). Apple Watch Series 3 38mm GPS Smartwatch for $199 at Walmart (list price $279). Apple Watch Series 3 GPS + Cellular 38mm Smartwatch for $229 at Walmart (list price $379). More Apple Device Deals here. Laptop & Desktop Computers Dell XPS 8930 Intel Core i7-9700 8-core Tower Desktop with GTX 1050 Ti, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD for $949.99 at Dell (use code: DTXPSAFF1 - list price $1399.99). 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Philips Brilliance 499P9H 49" 5120x1440 32:9 Dual QHD SuperWide Curved LED Monitor for $999.99 at Amazon (list price $1299.99). Sceptre E275W-1920 27" 1080p LED Monitor for $109.99 at Walmart (list price $199.99). More Laptops & Desktop PC Deals here. Networking, Storage and Components Samsung 970 EVO 500GB NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD for $89.99 (1TB for $170) at Amazon (list price $149.99). Seagate Expansion 4TB USB 3.0 Desktop External Hard Drive for $69.99 at Amazon (list price $89.99). Seagate Backup Plus Slim 2TB USB 3.0 Portable External HDD + 2mo Adobe CC Photography for $59.99 at Amazon (list price $69.99). AMD Ryzen 5 2600X 6-Core Processor with Wraith Spire Cooler (up to 4.2GHz Boost) for $149.99 at Amazon (list price $259.99). $10 Price Drop: Intel Core i7-9700K 8-Core Desktop Processor (up to 4.9GHz Turbo) for $350 at Amazon (list price $409.99). Linksys Business AC1750 WiFi Cloud Managed Access Point for $149.99 at Amazon (list price $249.99). 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New Gen Nintendo Switch Console (Improved Battery Life) for $299.99 at Walmart and Amazon. Pre-order Nintendo Switch Lite (Multiple Colors) for $199.96 at Amazon. More TV Deals here. Tools, Home Improvement, Kitchen Gadgets, and More Still Live: 20% off Kindle Unlimited 6-Month Subscription (33% off 12-Months, 40% off 24-Months) at Amazon. Prime Student Exclusive: Amazon Music Unlimited for $0.99 at Amazon (list price $7.99). eufy Security WiFi Video Doorbell for $109.99 at Amazon (use code: EUFYDB99 - list price $159.99). ECOVACS DEEBOT 500 Self-Charging Robotic Vacuum for $189.99 at Amazon (list price $279.99). Instant Pot Max 6-Qt Electric Pressure Cooker for $127.49 at Amazon (Clip $22.50 Coupon - list price $199.95). August Smart Keypad for August Smart Locks for $53 at Amazon (list price $79.99). Hover-1 UL Certified Electric Scooter (Up to 7.5 mile range) for $149 at Walmart (list price $299). Sun Joe SPX4001 2030PSI 1.76GPM 14.5Amp Electric Pressure Washer for $124 at Walmart (list price $179.99). Panasonic eneloop CC55 Quick Charge Kit with 8x AA and 4x AAA Batteries for $34.99 at Amazon (list price $49.99). These are just a small selection of the discounts on offer, for more great deals go to TechBargains.
  22. Yes, this is normally how it works.. You should be able to configure it in your power options. You didn't mention what flavor of linux your running.. Did the laptop come with linux on it, or did you put it on and it was windows based? Here is like first hit on simple google for laptop lid close http://tipsonubuntu.com/2018/04/28/change-lid-close-action-ubuntu-18-04-lts/
  23. Why not, Europe have some of the best designs and even the US have used a lot of that across US cities and I look at it as a sign of respect for what Europe has achieved others donkeys years. Like many have said, this does look beautiful. All of Europe stole their architecture from Disney's Epcot And may that continue ;-) In the end, they all steal ideas and tech of each other if it can offer a advantage and that been going on since the dawn of time, just now they don't like to be seen in public doing it but it happens all the time now in the shadows.
  24. Valve reveals two new Dota 2 heroes at The International, Void Spirit and Snapfire by Pulasthi Ariyasinghe It's Day 5 of The International 2019, the main event of the largest Dota 2 tournament that returns every year with increasingly larger prize pools - current pot is at over $34 million. Just like last year, Valve had two new heroes to unveil for the MOBA title during the event, with Snapfire being announced yesterday and Void Spirit today. Unlike last year, however, both heroes are still in development, so Dota 2 players will have to wait sometime to get their hands on the duo. No information hasn't been released about their roles or powers either, though the cinematic trailers do give out some hints. Snapfire is a gun-wielding old woman riding into battle on top of her trusty fire breathing lizard. This looks to be a support hero judging by the focus on the cookies she can feed allies for a buff of some kind. Meanwhile, the newly revealed Void Spirit had even less information revealed about him, other than that he's the fourth Spirit brother, joining Storm, Ember, and Earth, to enter Dota 2 that fans have been speculating about for some time now. From the trailer, it looks like this hero could come with an inbuilt blink or maybe enter some sort of an invulnerable state by accessing the void. There aren't fixed release dates attached to the new heroes but Valve says they will be out and playable in Dota 2 in fall 2019. Valve may still be holding onto some more announcements for the final day of the tournament which kicks off tomorrow, August 25. The company hasn't shied away from even announcing a new game during the show in the past. Those interested can catch The International 2019 - set in China this year - when it goes live for the final day at 7PM PT on its Twitch channel here.
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