We've all used public Wi-Fi: it's free, saves on your data allowance, and is always helpful in speeding up loading times.
Whether it’s dedicated mobile ports or game streaming, if you’re into playing "proper" games on your phone, you really need a controller. That’s where a product like the GameSir X3 comes in.
If you own a Samsung device, you've probably noticed how it tends to automatically download bloatware apps without your permission. It's a problem that's more common on the company's budget and mid-range devices than its flagships.
Watching TikTok videos is a fun and entertaining way to spend your free time. You'll find an endless stream of witty and educational content to keep you engaged.
Even non-tech-savvy people now own two or more devices that require charging on a regular basis. While it's easy to just slip a charger onto your phone to get extra juice, it can be overwhelming to charge multiple devices with all the wires and plugs.
Live Photos are a way of capturing your memories as moving snippets, and the feature has been rising in popularity since its release in 2016. It’s a feature you will only find on Apple devices, which might be problematic if you ever want to share or post a live photo.
The US government, under the Trump administration, tried several times to control TikTok's operations without success. Trump argued that US users risked having their data exposed to the Chinese government due to its ownership by ByteDance (a Chinese company) and so attempted to ban TikTok from US app stores.
Vacuuming is necessary for any home, but there's no doubt that it's a tedious chore that you think "I'll do that tomorrow". The trouble is that leaving it creates a build-up of dust, debris, and allergens.
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It’s no mystery why Sony made a PC gaming monitor that can also work well with the PS5. The PC gaming business is simply too big to ignore, and it’s just money on the table that’s otherwise up for grabs by other monitor makers.
The text that arrived at 3:51PM on Monday, March 28th, seemed innocent at first.
“Mr. Steven,” it read, “I am very sorry, after our communication and understanding during this period of time, I feel that we are not suitable in some ways.”
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