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TECHNOLOGY 

How to Send and Receive Faxes Online Without a Fax Machine or Phone Line

Some slow-moving businesses and government agencies may not accept documents over email, forcing you to fax them in. If you are forced to send a fax, you can do it from your computer for free. We’ve previously covered ways to electronically sign documents without printing and scanning them. With this process, you can digitally sign a document and fax it to a business — all on your computer and without any printing required. How Fax Machines Work (and Why They’re So Inconvenient) This isn’t as easy as it should be….

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Android 

How to Move a Steam Game to Another Drive, The Easy Way

Steam offers multiple library folders, and you can choose where you want to install games when you download them. And, thanks to a recent update, you can easily move a game after you’ve downloaded it without re-downloading the entire thing. This process can save you from downloading tens or even hundreds of gigabytes of game data all over again, just because you got a new SSD and want to move a few games. It’s different from moving an entire Steam library folder, which movesevery single game inside it—the following process will let…

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TECHNOLOGY 

How to Restart Windows’ Explorer.exe (Along with the Taskbar and Start Menu)

Apple Photos on macOS can be trained to recognize faces so you can search for family and friends in all the photos in which they appear. Training is easy, though it might take some time if you have a lot of pictures in your library. When you want to train Photos to recognize faces, first open the application and click on the “People” pane along the left-hand side. Here you will see pictures of faces in your photo album. The number below each face corresponds to how many images there…

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Android 

‘Pokémon Sun And Moon’ Tips & Tricks: How To Evolve All Alolan Pokémon

The launch of the “Pokémon Sun” and “Pokémon Moon” games saw the introduction of a unique type of Pokémon to fans of the franchise. This new type is called Alola Form and only concerns a few of the already existing Pokémon in the franchise .To be exact, an Alola Form is a modified version of an existing Pokémon. Alolan Pokémon, just like ordinary Pokémon, can be caught in the Alola region through battles. However, there are specific things Trainers should do and requirements they should meet inorder for them to activate Alolan…

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TECHNOLOGY 

Nokia’s Coming Back: Nokia 6 Registrations Cross 420,000 In China

Nokia has finally made its comeback to the smartphone industry and it seems the company is back with a bang. The company’s Nokia 6 will go on sale via JD.com in China on Jan. 19 for a price of 1,699 Chinese Yuan ($245). If the registration numbers for the Nokia 6 are any indication, it seems that the Nokia brand has still got consumer loyalty. The number of registrations for the device recently crossed 420,000.  However, registrations are not the same as pre-orders. JD.com, the exclusive retailer for the device, offers two…

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Android 

iPhone 8 – More evidence points to the redesigned iPhone we’ve always wanted

MORE EVIDENCE points to Apple building the dramatically redesigned iPhone 8 that has been rumoured for the last few generations. VENIAMIN GESKIN • TWITTER Apple is expected to shave the bezels on the next iPhone to fit a bigger screen in the body Apple has long-been rumoured to be working on a dramatically redesigned iPhone 8. And the evidence that this next-generation smartphone will be everything Apple fans have been wishing for just keeps mounting. The latest confirmation comes from Apple’s flexible printed circuit board supply chain. According to Digitimes,…

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TECHNOLOGY 

Google Santa Tracker – How to follow Father Christmas’ travels with Google online, on app

CHRISTMAS is now one sleep away – so here is the recently-updated Google Santa Tracker, which lets users keep up-to-date with Father Christmas’ progress as he delivers gifts – and devours mince pies – across the globe. It’s December 24th – Christmas Eve. That means that as you read this, Santa Claus is already busy loading his sleigh with the latest gadgets, toys, treats and a few lumps of coal (for the unlucky few on the naughty list). Thankfully, with the wonders of modern technology there are plenty of ways…

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TECHNOLOGY 

Land Rover’s promise of thousands of jobs is not a done deal, says Geoff Ho

Speaking last week at an industry event, chief executive Dr Ralf Speth laid out his vision for the company and the future of its UK operations.  Said vision includes the creation of 10,000 new jobs, production in the UK doubling from 500,000 to one million cars a year and bringing production of electric vehicles and batteries home to the UK.  Which is all very well and good, but it has to be noted that the company has not committed to doing any of the above.  GETTY The company plans to…

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Android 

The Flash Just Introduced Its Crazy New Villain Savitar

Spoiler warning for anyone who hasn’t seen tonight’s episode of The Flash. Over the past five episodes of The Flash, we have seen Central City deal with two versions of Rival Flash, Magenta, Mirror Master, The Top and others, courtesy of both Barry’s timeline shenanigans and the mysterious Doctor Alchemy. But there hadn’t been a whiff or a whisper about this season’s other big bad Savitar, at least until the closing moments of tonight’s episode, when the self-proclaimed “god of speed” made his presence known at the end of a…

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TECHNOLOGY 

The first woman to stream her life on the internet (Jennicam)

In 1996, 19-year-old Jennifer Ringley turned on a webcam that sat on top of the computer in her college dorm room. In that simple act, writes Aleks Krotoski, she changed the modern world. It would be, at first glance, a perfectly innocent thing to do. But rather than use the cam to speak to friends and family back home in Harrisburg, Pennyslvania, she used it to do a most unusual thing: to broadcast herself live, to a globe of strangers, 24 hours per day, seven days per week. In our…

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