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How NReal's iOS-Compatible AR Glasses Could Give You a Taste of Apple VR

NReal's new Air augmented reality glasses can be used with Android and Apple devices, and they're much smaller and lighter than most of the glasses...

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Feeling Groovy: Cut Your Own Vinyl Records With the PO-80 Record Factory

Forget home-taping or music streaming. Now you can cut your own vinyl records at home with Teenage Engineering’s PO-80 Record Factory.

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No, Your New Electric Vehicle Really Doesn't Need All the Bells and Whistles

When shopping for a new electric vehicle, dealerships want you to buy the one with the most bells and whistles, but that just runs the price up. It's...

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How to Make a Campfire in Minecraft

If you know how to make a Campfire in Minecraft, you can use it to light up your base, cook raw meat and vegetables, and get honey from beehives.

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How to Connect an Xbox One to a TV

Microsoft's third gaming console is made for high-definition TVs. Here's how to get yours set up and ready to play.

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How to Access and Use Emoji and Symbols on a Mac

Whether you want to show a cool smiley face, birthday cake, or fun activity, you can open and use the emoji keyboard and Character Viewer on Mac...

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What Is Microsoft Azure?

Microsoft Azure is a cloud computing platform that provides networked computer resources, storage, backup, and other services.

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How to Play Multiplayer on a Meta (Oculus) Quest 2

You can invite your friends to play multiplayer on Quest 2 through the People menu, then bring them into a game or just chat together.

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How to Fix an Authentication Error in Minecraft

To fix a 'Failed to authenticate Your Connection' error in Minecraft, you'll likely have to try a few different methods such as restarting and...

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How to Make a Bullet Point on a Keyboard

Here's how to type a bullet point on Windows, macOS, iOS, and Android.

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Love Stadia Game Streaming? That’s Too Bad Because Google’s Shutting It Down

It's time to say so long to Google Stadia as the company announced plans to begin shutting down the underperforming service, with access completely...

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The Freewrite Alpha Is Like a Laptop and a Typewriter Got Married

The Freewrite Alpha, the newest generation of the Alpha devices, is a stand alone writing machine that only displays a few lines on an LED screen so...

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How AI Can Help Protect Endangered Animals

Whales may be massive, but they sometimes need help from software to keep boats from accidentally hitting them. And right now, that help comes from...

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Liteboxer Total Body Might Just Be the Best VR Workout Experience in the World

Liteboxer just launched Total Body for Meta Quest 2, an app that pairs you up with a virtual fitness trainer.

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Adobe Elements 2023 Software Pushes AI for Easy, Faster Editing

Photoshop Elements 2023 and Premiere Elements 2023 lean more on AI to make complex editing easier for novice and advanced users alike.

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Zoom R12 MultiTrak Is the Perfect Portable Studio

The Zoom R12 Multitrack is a standalone 8 track recorder that runs on AA batteries and doesn't need to be connected to a computer, making it great...

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How to Make a Google Docs Envelope Template

Envelope templates let you print professional looking envelopes in Google Docs. Here's how it's done using a free envelope template add-on.

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How to Remove Write Protection on a Micro SD Card

If the lock on your adapter is off, you can use diskpart or regedit to remove write protection from a micro SD card.

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How to Set an SD Card as Default Storage in Android

You can format your SD card as internal in storage settings to use it as Default Android storage, but it isn’t always an option.

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Metaverse vs. VR: How They Differ and What That Means for You

The Metaverse and virtual reality are connected, but they aren’t the same. You can use VR today, while the Metaverse is a work in progress.

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Meta/Facebook's Bet on Virtual Reality

Meta bet early on virtual reality and has significant resources in augmented reality, the metaverse, and other high tech projects.

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How to Fix It When WhatsApp Isn't Working

WhatsApp not working fixes include restarting your device, updating the app, and checking whether WhatsApp is down. Here are several more tips to try.

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Echo Auto and Other Echo Devices Get Big Updates and More

Amazon has refreshed its Echo devices, including Dot, Studio, Kids' Edition, and Echo Auto. The update brings new features to Alexa's vehicle...

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Phishing Is More Common (and More Dangerous) Than Ever—Here's How to Stay Safe

Phishing is on the rise, and has been for a while, and it's more dangerous now than ever. To stay safe, you need to shoulder some of the...

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Amazon’s Halo Rise Can Improve Your Sleep With No Input From You

Amazon is working on contact-free sleep monitoring with the upcoming Halo Rise, a smart home device that monitors your breathing and other data to...

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Amazon Teases Charming Kindle for Writing With Pen That Never Needs Charging

Amazon has just unveiled the Kindle Scribe, the company's new flagship e-reader that also includes a stylus for writing down notes.

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The AppleCare+ Extended Warranty Is Amazing and Now Grants Unlimited Repairs

Extended warranties don't usually benefit you in all the ways you want, but AppleCare+ is different and may actually be worth getting.

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These Exciting New Headphones Aim to Bring Down AirPods Max—What to Know

Bowers & Wilkins has just launched the Px8 headphones, an ultra-premium model with advanced audio drivers and increased comfort.

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