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How to play Fortnite on your PC

Digital Trends can earn a commission if you buy through links on our website. Fourteen days is one of the most popular Battle Royale games on the market. Players can enjoy the fun from their smartphone, console or even home computer. However, there is only one official way of playing Fourteen days on your PC – via the Epic Games …

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How to print in PDF in a few quick and easy steps in MacOS

Printing to PDF in MacOS is as easy and straightforward as possible. You don’t have to find, download, and install any software, such as Adobe Acrobat or Reader, because printing and converting your Mac files to PDF files is accessible with built-in features that are standard on every Mac. With this simple guide, you can print files to your Mac …

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The best cheap PS Plus offers for May 2020

Digital Trends can earn a commission if you buy through links on our website. If you have a PlayStation 4 and no PS Plus, you may be surprised at what you miss. PS Plus is Sony’s premium online gaming service, similar to Microsoft’s Xbox Live Gold. The main purpose is to simplify Internet multiplayer (which means that playing your games …

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Plex extends its free streaming service to include the Crackle Library

Plex is expanding its selection of free movies and TV shows to include the full Crackle library, the company said on Friday. Plex was originally introduced to keep private media content organized and accessible on all of your devices. Last year, however, the company introduced a separate but related free movie and TV streaming service called Plex Free Movies and …

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ICANN refuses to hand over the .org registration to Ethos Capital

ICANN, a non-profit organization that regulates internet domain names, has announced that it will vote against the controversial transfer of the top-level domain “.org” to the private equity group Ethos Capital by the Public Interest Registry. The proposal, which was first submitted in November last year, would create “unacceptable uncertainty” for the registry, which is mainly used and related by …

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Marketplaces are changing the way we run corporate IT – Gigaom

In one of my latest reports (key criteria for evaluating unstructured data management) one of the main criteria was the availability of a marketplace. Quickly adding functionality to your infrastructure without going through a complex purchase, installation, and configuration process is invaluable. Consumer app stores have changed the way users buy and consume software and services. The same thing happened …

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Motorola Moto Edge Plus Review: Another Android flagship

Moto Edge Plus thorough review: overshadowed by giants “The Moto Edge Plus looks like the future.” Beautiful “Endless Edge” display Sleek, futuristic design Sharp 108MP camera Good performance Massive battery Fat and heavy The aspect ratio of 21: 9 is cumbersome Mediocre front and telephoto Motorola’s new flagship, the Moto Edge Plus, looks like something from the HBO series Westworld. …

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iPhone SE (2020) review: Apple’s cheap iPhone is still great

“The new iPhone SE is the fastest phone you can buy for $ 400.” Light, compact design Class leading performance Loud, pleasant audio Great camera iOS is excellent Not a great display for $ 400 The battery life is ok This review was last updated on April 29th, 2020 by Matthew S. Smith, the publisher of Digital Trends Reviews. Apple …

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The Lomography Analog Aqua is a cross between GoPro and disposable

Underwater cameras can get expensive, but film company Lomography has a new water-proof option that sells for $ 40. The Lomography Analogue Aqua feels like a cross between a single-use film camera and an old GoPro thanks to a clear, waterproof cover that snaps over the camera. The film camera is located in a transparent locking sleeve that protects the …

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A conversation with David Weinberger – Gigaom

Today’s leaders speak AI with host Byron Reese About this episode In episode 112 of Voices in AI, Byron talks to colleague and technologist David Weinberger about the nature of artificial intelligence and other ways. Listen to this episode or read the full transcript at www.VoicesinAI.com Transcript excerpt Byron Reese: These are voices in AI provided by GigaOm, and I …

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