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How to take a screenshot on a Galaxy S20 and other Android phones

It’s easy to take a snapshot of your Android phone’s screen, and there are many situations where a screenshot can be useful whether you want to share your home screen with friends or get visual proof of your latest high score. This guide covers the latest Samsung Galaxy S20 and Note 10 Plus, although previous models use similar procedures. We …

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Microsoft repairs Cracked Surface Laptop 3 screens for free

Microsoft offers free repairs for cracked screens on the Surface Laptop 3 that have taken place under mysterious circumstances. Since the Surface Laptop 3 was released late last year, there have been several reports from owners who suddenly found cracks on the display. In most cases, the damage occurred without explanation as the owners claimed to have been very careful …

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Choose the ultimate slots website with these pro tips

  It doesn’t matter if you are venturing into an online casino or a land-based one, it will be the slots section that draws the most attention. And, there is a reason for this, but that will be discussed later. What you need to know now is that slots are graphical machines with tons of bells and whistles. Heck, you …

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Fujifilm X-T4 Vs. X-Pro3: a difference in form and function

The Fujifilm X-Pro3 and the X-T4 both have features that distinguish them from their predecessors. When Fujifilm released both cameras, there were some design changes that were very welcomed – and some that weren’t. Both cameras are flagship models in the popular Fujifilm X series. Both take equally good pictures, but are aimed at slightly different customers. The X-Pro3 is …

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How to set up donations on Twitch

Streaming on a platform like Twitch can be a great way to make extra money, especially if you’re stuck at home and don’t have access to your normal job. Larger streamers can join Twitch or partner up and get a range of ads and other bonuses for their videos, but those who start out don’t have that luxury. Instead, they …

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The best PSP games ever

It wasn’t long ago that the PSP felt like a revolution in the gaming world. Instead of confining the gameplay to their home, the players had the option to carry their favorite console around. Even though it was a while ago that PlayStation Portable first made a splash in the gaming world, there are still many great games from that …

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Digital trends live: Animal Crossing Surge, Fortnite Parties

In this episode of Digital Trends Live, presenter Greg Nibler explores the latest technology topics, including the success of Animal Crossing: New Horizons, Tesla’s plan to restart a facility, an Xbox livestream, a CBS all access expansion, a Fortnite Party Royale Premiere and more. Jason Hehir Nibler then talks to Jason Hehir, the director of the ESPN documentary The last …

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What is a histogram and how do you use it?

It is easy to adjust the exposure with the eye. We all did it. The problem is that your camera’s electronic viewfinder or LCD screen doesn’t show a 100% accurate representation of the sensor’s recording and your own eyes may be focused on one part of the image while ignoring another. Hidden highlights or shadows may have been blown out …

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SpaceX plans to make Starlink satellites astronomer-friendly

SpaceX has detailed how to minimize the disruption to astronomical research caused by the launch of its Starlink satellites. The Starlink project aims to provide everyone with global broadband internet through a satellite network that has been launched since 2018 and now has a total of up to 420 satellites in operation. It is planned to start a private beta …

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Animal Crossing New Horizons: How to Get Star Fragments

Many events in Animal crossing: new horizons are limited to certain times of the day. Rare beetles like scorpions only appear late at night, Daisy Mae only sells beets and K.K. Slider only accepts song requests from early evening. There is one more event that only happens at night – and if you don’t look up, it’s easy to miss. …

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