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If you’ve explored the gaming scene for long enough, you may have come across game torrents labeled with two terms; “Reloaded” and “Repacked.” While these may sound like sequels for The Matrix, they have a whole different meaning when describing video games. In this article we explain what repacked games and reloaded games are, and
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In a surprising move, Microsoft has declared its intent to acquire the popular Chinese app TikTok. Soon after declaring its interest, the US government almost shut down the deal. However, after a discussion, Microsoft has been given the green light to make the purchase. Microsoft’s Acquisition of TikTok: The Story So Far On Friday, July
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In films and TV shows, there are always hackers for hire. From action movies to crime procedurals, a skilled computer hacker can help disable security systems, locate confidential information, or piece together a crime in seconds. It’s easy to dismiss this as fiction and creative license, though. That said, it does make you wonder whether
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Online dating has been around for decades in various forms. First there were bulletin boards, then came the dating websites, and now there are dating apps. In fact, online dating has long shed its original stigma and is now the most popular way that couples meet. Despite that, online dating sucks. And it doesn’t matter
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One of the most common phrases you’ll hear on the internet is that “If you’re not paying, you’re the product.” When you use a free online service, you’re often paying through other means, such as your data, your privacy, and potentially, your security. Using a free secure messaging app, then, goes against the grain. If
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Republican Senator Josh Hawley on Tuesday introduced legislation that would penalise large tech companies that sell or show targeted advertisements by threatening a legal immunity enjoyed by the industry – the latest onslaught on Big Tech’s business practices. The bill, titled “Behavioral Advertising Decisions Are Downgrading Services (Bad Ads) Act,” aims to crack down on
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If you’ve spent any time online, you will have seen a hashtag. In fact, you might have seen them in commercials on TV, on billboards, or spoken out loud too. Which may have prompted you to ask, what is a hashtag? If so, you’ve come to the right place. We’re going to explain what a
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TikTok unveiled plans for a $200 million (roughly Rs. 14.99 crores) “creator fund” to add content from emerging social media personalities to the fast-growing video-sharing app. The new US fund will “help support ambitious creators who are seeking opportunities to foster a livelihood through their innovative content,” said Vanessa Pappas, general manager of TikTok US.
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Facebook continues to be a leading social media platform, but it could use some improvements. Thankfully, a variety of tweaks can smooth out and improve your experience on both the Classic and the New Facebook. For this article, we’ll look at ways to customize Google Chrome with Facebook extensions. Advertisement Ready to improve your Facebook
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Twitter reported its highest-ever yearly growth of daily users who can view ads, beating analysts’ estimates on usage and sending its shares up 6 percent in pre-market trading on Thursday. The company missed Wall Street’s lowered expectations for quarterly revenue despite the surge in usage, as the coronavirus-spurred economic slowdown battered the company’s largely events-oriented
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Snap has launched Snap Minis, which are bite-sized apps that live inside Snapchat. These are miniature apps created by third-party developers that you can use in Snapchat without ever leaving the app. Which could make Snapchat a solid choice for more than just teenagers Teenagers’ Favorite Social Network Is… Snapchat Snapchat is now the preferred
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