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12 Better Ways to Browse the Internet on Your iPhone

One of the best new features of Safari in iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 is its support for extensions. They’re cool new ways to add some excellent features to your web browsing experience, but unfortunately, the App Store doesn’t make it easy to find the best ones on iOS 15. We’re here to fill the […]

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PS4 Finally Gets A Working Emulator Eight Years Later

Spine is the first, and only, stable PlayStation 4 emulator available, and its game library was updated on September 1. Hundreds of new games are now somewhat playable on this emulator, and the developer promised additional titles in the future.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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And Now, The Ultimate Retro Gaming Device

You may have heard rumblings of a magical box capable of flawlessly running games from old-school arcade titles up through the Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis. That box is called the MiSTer, and over the past couple of years, it’s completely transformed the retro emulation scene. I’ve been playing with one for several…Read more… Continue […]

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How to Test Drive Windows 11 Without Installing Anything

You can now demo Windows 11 from your internet browser, thanks to a new webpage created by a resourceful developer known as “Blue Edge.” Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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How to Individually Control Audio Volume for Every App on Your Mac

When you’re trying to listen to audio using your MacBook—whether you’re playing Spotify while working or editing a video project—chances are good you don’t want the constant interruption of loud notification sounds from your messaging apps. Unfortunately, unlike Windows, macOS doesn’t have a built-in utility to allow…Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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How to Individually Control Audio Volume for Every App on Your Mac

When you’re trying to listen to audio using your MacBook—whether you’re playing Spotify while working or editing a video project—chances are good you don’t want the constant interruption of loud notification sounds from your messaging apps. Unfortunately, unlike Windows, macOS doesn’t have a built-in utility to allow…Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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How to Disable Spotlight Search on Mac (and Replace It With Something Better)

Spotlight Search is Mac’s built-in search feature. It shows up when you use the Command + Space keyboard shortcut, or when you click the Search icon in the menu bar to hunt for a file somewhere on your machine.Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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How to Avoid Windows’ ‘PrintNightmare’ Security Threat

Microsoft warns of a potentially major zero-day security flaw in Windows’ Print Spooler code. While Microsoft has not identified the severity of the vulnerability—dubbed “PrintNightmare”—it sounds pretty bad.Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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Reverse-Engineered Grand Theft Auto Games Are Back, Baby

In February, fans managed to reverse-engineer the source code for Grand Theft Auto III and Vice City. A week later, publisher Take-Two went after them and had the projects taken down. Now in June, they’re back again.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Lone Developer Stands Up To Grand Theft Auto DMCA Claim, Wins

Earlier this year fans reversed engineered the source code to Grand Theft Auto III and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City. They released it to the web, but Grand Theft Auto copyright holder Take-Two pulled it offline via a DMCA claim. But now one fan’s stood up to the publisher and succeeded in getting the fan-derived […]

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Lone Developer Stands Up To Grand Theft Auto DMCA Claim, Wins

Earlier this year fans reversed engineered the source code to Grand Theft Auto III and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City. They released it to the web, but Grand Theft Auto copyright holder Take-Two pulled it offline via a DMCA claim. But now one fan’s stood up to the publisher and succeeded in getting the fan-derived […]

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Block Chrome’s FLoC Tracking With This DuckDuckGo Extension

Wouldn’t it be lovely if you could browse the web without having to worry about your actions and activities being tracked, dumped into a profile, and sold to marketers so they can more effectively target you with ads for stuff that might interest you slightly more than other stuff? Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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How to Shut Down Windows 10 With a Timer

You don’t need a fancy app to shut down your computer at a certain time in Windows 10, but having one on hand doesn’t hurt. A quick line dropped into your Command Prompt is usually all you need to have your system automatically shut down after a set time period has elapsed, but you can […]

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How to Shut Down Windows 10 With a Timer

You don’t need a fancy app to shut down your computer at a certain time in Windows 10, but having one on hand doesn’t hurt. A quick line dropped into your Command Prompt is usually all you need to have your system automatically shut down after a set time period has elapsed, but you can […]

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This Might Be the Only YouTube Browser Extension You’ll Ever Need

YouTube is a real mixed bag. It’s home to so much of our favorite stuff on the internet, but the experience of using website itself isn’t great—filled with distracting recommendations, poor personalization, and ads, ads, ads—unless you take advantage of desktop browser extensions that can make it better. Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Take-Two Goes After Reverse-Engineered Grand Theft Auto Code

Last week we shared the good news that the source code for Grand Theft Autos III & Vice City had been reverse-engineered, allowing folks to port the games and come up with cool new mods. Now, we bring you the predictable news that publisher Take-Two Interactive are not happy.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Ditch These Racist Terms From Your Tech Vocabulary

The tech industry has a lot of work to do in the fight for racial justice and equality. But while hiring black employees and other under-represented minorities in the field is crucial, there are subtler issues that need to be addressed, too. That includes reflecting on and changing the racially insensitive terminology…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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Everything GitHub Users Are Getting for Free Right Now

Free GitHub users’ accounts were just updated in the best way: The online software development platform has dropped its $7 per month “Pro” tier, splitting that package’s features between the free tier and its formerly more expensive “Team” tier. This means that free GitHub users now have a couple of new features…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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Sign Up to Beta Test GitHub’s New iOS and Android Apps

Github is an excellent resource for programmers of all levels and serves as a great repository of readily available software and development tools. The website is a chore to use on anything other than a desktop, but that could soon change thanks to a new dedicated app that GitHub is asking you to help beta […]

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