How to turn off Facebook live video notifications

It can be useful finding out when friends are broadcasting live on Facebook, but unfortunately — depending on your friends, of course — there is a good chance they won’t be broadcasting something so interesting you’ll want to drop whatever you’re doing to watch there and then. Facebook will alert you when someone is live, […]

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Study at M.I.T. for Free

No, this isn’t a junk email, it’s for real.  As part of its mission to“advance knowledge and education, and serve the world in the 21st century” the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has decided to put all their courses online for free.  They call it Open Course Ware or OCW and the stated goals of the program are:  MIT OCW’s goals […]

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How to Search Like a Pro on Google

    If you want to search it effectively you’re going to need to develop a couple of tricks to help you narrow the search.  Here’s a few real easy ones to integrate into your next search: Using +, – and “ “ (quotes) to narrow your searches: Lets say you were looking up apples […]

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New!!! Facebook lets you AirPlay or Google Cast web and mobile videos to your TV

Facebook wants you to lean back and watch its News Feed videos on your television with a new feature that lets you stream clips via Apple TV, AirPlay devices, Google Chromecast, and Google Cast devices. The move could help Facebook generate more video ad revenue, and increase usage time by giving people the richest possible […]

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Google Photos can now turn videos into GIFs, fix sideways photos & more

Google Photos was already one of the smartest cloud photo services available today, thanks to its search technology and built-in assistant that automatically creates collages, animations and more from your uploads. Now, the company is upgrading its service again, with a bevy of new features aimed at helping you revisit your memories and generally better […]

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Coming soon: Android 7.1 Developer Preview

Today, we’re taking the wraps off of Android 7.1 Nougat, the latest version of the platform. You probably saw a sneak peek of it at last week’s event. It’s an incremental update based on Android 7.0 but includes new features for consumers and developers — from platform Daydream VR support and A/B system updates to […]

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Hilarious Parody Turns Samsung’s Explosive Galaxy Note 7 Into Lethal Weapons

Samsung’s exploding Galaxy Note 7 has been the butt of many online jokes, but a humorous game modifier HitmanNiko has taken the joke further, turning these volatile devices into explosives in ‘Grand Theft Auto V’ (I mean bombs!). Purchasable from every gun store in the game, you can now buy as many Galaxy Note 7s […]

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Microsoft Overhauls Paint App for Windows 10

What many are describing as a long-overdue update could soon be coming to Microsoft’s Paint app. Videos posted over the weekend by two YouTube users preview a “completely redesigned app” with new features, including a user community, stickers and the ability to create images in 3D. Some Microsoft watchers are speculating the updated Paint could […]

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How to Solve “Access Denied” on a Hard Drive

Resolution To resolve this issue, go to the Windows Explorer and follow the below-mentioned steps. Right-click on the inaccessible hard drive. Click Properties. Go to the Security tab, and then click Advanced. Click ‘Edit’ by going to the Owner tab. Modify the ownership of the desired account. Alternatively, you can also try the following option […]

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3 Ways to locate your Phone when it’s on Silent Mode

  Let’s assume after the day’s work, you arrive home hours later after a meeting and you don’t seem to find your phone, You may have earlier set your phone on silent mode because you don’t want to be disturbed. You used a friend’s phone to call your number but no phone rings. Has my […]

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