How to Disable the Apple Watch’s Always-On Display


Justin Duino Early Apple Wach models lacked one significant feature: an always-on display. That changed with the Series 5, which includes a low-temperature polycrystalline oxide (LTPO) display. The option shouldn’t affect the Apple Watch’s battery life, but here’s how to turn it off. Disable It from the Apple Watch Start by […]

Just Bought a Mac? 14 Essential Apps You Should Install


  Krisda/Shutterstock Apple bundles plenty of utilities with macOS, but there are some other useful tools you should download to get the most out of your Mac. Here are some picks many Mac fans swear by. Magnet: Keep Your Windows Organized Apple still hasn’t included a Windows-like “Aero-snap” feature in […]

A New Wireless Standard: What Is Amazon Sidewalk?


Wilm Ihlenfeld/Shutterstock At Amazon’s annual hardware event, the company revealed a new wireless standard for the Internet of Things and smarthome devices called Sidewalk. Sidewalk promises longer range than Wi-Fi and Bluetooth with lower power usage and complexity than 5G. What Is Amazon Sidewalk? Sidewalk is a new wireless standard […]

The Best Home Theater A/V Receivers for Under $500 – Review Geek


Brostock/ Do you find yourself wishing you could get a more immersive, theater-like experience in the home? Is your soundbar just not enough anymore? One of these audio/visual (A/V) receivers can take your sound to the next level! What to Look For in a Surround Sound Receiver A/V receivers have […]

How to Use Text Editing Gestures on Your iPhone and iPad


Aleksey Khilko/ Apple added quite a few new text-editing gestures to the iPhone and iPad with iOS 13. These make it faster to select text, copy and paste, and move the text-entry cursor around. Apple’s keyboard now supports swipe-to-type, too. Tap to Select Words, Sentences, and Paragraphs You can now […]

Windows 10’s BitLocker Encryption No Longer Trusts Your SSD


Many consumer SSDs claim to support encryption and BitLocker believed them. But, as we learned last year, those drives often weren’t securely encrypting files. Microsoft just changed Windows 10 to stop trusting those sketchy SSDs and default to software encryption. In summary, solid-state drives and other hard drives can claim […]

How to Find and Add Citations in Google Docs


When writing papers, you need to generate a detailed and accurate list of all the sources you’ve cited in your paper. With Google Docs, you can easily find and then add citations to all of your research papers. Fire up your browser, head over to Google Docs, and open up a […]

What Popular GPS-Driven Activity Centers Around Hidden Containers?

admin Answer: Geocaching Geocaching is a popular outdoor activity that centers around containers secreted away in both urban and remote locations and known only by the coordinates provided by Global Positioning Satellites (GPS). The sport is a young one, as prior to 2000 the GPS coordinates provided by commercial GPS […]

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