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At one point or another, all laptop users find themselves pondering the same question: is it bad to leave your laptop plugged in all the time? Turns out, the answer isn’t entirely straightforward. So let’s take a look. Know Your Laptop Battery There are two main types of battery used in laptops: lithium-ion and lithium-polymer.
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As we move into the future, the prospect of AI-driven systems becomes more appealing. Artificial Intelligence will help us make decisions, power our smart cities, and—unfortunately—infect our computers with nasty strains of malware. Let’s explore what the future of AI means for malware. What Is AI in Malware? When we use the term “AI-driven malware,”
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It’s hard to not imagine hackers as hooded, shady figures typing away on unintelligible code in a dark room. But not all hackers are malicious. Some are even working for the benefit of humanity under the umbrella of “ethical hacking.” Are these hackers operating legally? And if so, how do they keep things above the
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There are several virtualization tools available to Windows 10 users. But three tools dominate the market: VirtualBox, VMware, and Microsoft Hyper-V. But which of these virtual machine tools is best? Moreover, aren’t they all the same? Choosing between VirtualBox, VMware Workstation Player, and Windows 10 integrated Hyper-V is difficult. Here’s how the three virtual machine
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If you’re new to PC gaming, you might not have ever explored video game graphics settings. Most people know that higher settings are better, but what do all those game settings actually do? We’re here to explain the most common video game graphics settings. We’ll see how they work and how they affect your system
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If you’ve ever downloaded a torrent, you will have undoubtedly come across terms like “magnet” and “info hash.” Most people think they’ll never need to worry about what the terms refer to or how they relate to the downloading process. But sometimes it’s beneficial to know. Today, we’re going to look at what magnet and
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With companies vying for consumer interest and a crowded smartphone release cycle, you’ll likely feel the pressure to upgrade to a new smartphone sooner than expected. After all, within six months manufacturers are already promoting the latest and greatest release. But do you really need to upgrade your device? Here are five questions you should
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iOS 13 is loaded with a tonne of new features, and one of those new features is now available for the stock iOS keyboard. Apple calls this feature QuickPath and it allows you to swipe across the iPhone keyboard to type. While certain keyboard apps for iOS, such as Gboard and Swiftkey, already support this
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