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“Pegasus” Spyware Found On 37 Prominent Figures’ Phones

In a shocking case of digital privacy breaches, security researchers have discovered evidence of attempted or successful installations of “Pegasus”, a Software designed by the Israeli cybersecurity company NSO Group meant for spying. The program consists of a number of features, including the ability to access text messages, photos, emails, videos, and contact lists, as […]

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How You Can Beta Test Windows 11

Microsoft’s new computer operating system Windows 11 is just around the corner, with the final version beginning to roll out on the 5th of October. However, you may be able to upgrade to Windows 11 right now, using Microsoft’s Windows Insider program. Here’s how you can check if you can test the new OS, right […]

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Microsoft Adopts Passwordless Logins

Are passwordless logins the future of account security? Microsoft thinks so. The software giant recently released a passwordless login system, in which users can opt-out of using passwords entirely and log in using Microsoft Authenticator, Windows Hello, a security key, or a text message sent directly to their phone.  In order to enable this feature, […]

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How to Fix the Ios 14.6 Battery Draining Problem

Following iOS 14.6s release in may, iPhone users have discovered a flaw with the updated operating system. Certain apps were excessively draining the battery of iPhones, causing accelerated battery usage. One source, from ZDNet, recommends going to the Battery screen of the settings app (Settings > Battery) and uninstalling then reinstalling any apps with higher […]

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WatchOS 8 Public Beta Is Now Available

Apple’s new watchOS 8 is now released in public beta, but it has one important caveat. Once installed on your Apple Watch, there is no way to recover the previous OS. Unlike in IOS 15, you cannot restore your previous OS, so if you intend on beta testing watchOS 8, note that you may run […]

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How to Beta Test iOS 15

Following Apples’ reveal of iOS 15 at its annual World Wide Developers Conference, the new operating system has been released in the Beta stage. Some of the key features of the beta include FaceTime SharePlay, iMessage improvements, and even Artificial Intelligence that can identify different plants, animals, landmarks, and objects within photos. Here’s how to […]

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How to Check If Your Computer is Eligible for Windows 11

With the official release of Windows 11 set for Holiday 2021, and the Windows Insider beta already having been released, you may be wondering whether your PC is able to run Windows 11. Fortunately, Microsoft has laid out guidelines for the minimum hardware specs for your PC to be able to run Windows 11. To […]

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What to Look for When Shopping for Keyboards

The keyboard is arguably one of the most important accessories. Whether for work or leisure, your keyboard, in addition to mouse, is your only way of communication with your computer. However, shopping for keyboards can be confusing. Here are some things to consider when shopping for a new keyboard. Membrane vs. Mechanical One of the […]

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How to Further Secure Your Trezor Device

With your cryptocurrencies, you can never be too secure. Here are some of the recommended ways to secure your Trezor hardware devices and keep your coins safe. The recovery seed is the single most important part about your Trezor wallet. Without having it saved, you can lose all access to your crypto, for good. Here […]

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How To Set Up Your Trezor Device

Step 1: Connect to your Trezor Wallet By installing Trezor Bridge, you can safely connect your Trezor device to the Trezor Wallet browser application. Trezor recommends creating a bookmark of the Trezor Wallet page, to reduce chances of ending up on fraudulent sites. Step 2: Update Firmware and Create a Wallet After connecting your Trezor […]

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