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These are the Best Google Chrome Themes: Choices across Nature, Art, and more!

Google Chrome is the go-to choice for most people when it comes to browsers, and it sure has gone a long way. From being a decent third-party option years ago to being by far the most used browser in the world, there’s plenty of things Google should be proud of with Chrome. Aside from being present in Chromebooks, it’s also installed on billions of...

Samsung Galaxy Book S vs Galaxy Book Pro: Which is better for you?

Samsung Galaxy Book S and Galaxy Book Pro are Samsung’s two ultralight and everyday use laptops. While the Galaxy Book S was introduced in 2020, the Galaxy Book Pro arrived this year. With these laptops, the company is targeting consumers who want a great on-the-go performance from their laptop. If you’re in the market for a good ultralight laptop and...

XDA Basics: How to take a screenshot on a Chromebook

Taking a screenshot is often useful at work or just to show a friend something you find interesting on social media. If you use one of the top Chromebooks as your daily machine, you’ll undoubtedly need to take a quick screenshot at some point. The good news is that taking a screenshot on Chrome OS is just as simple as on your Mac or PC. Let’s take a...

Beginner’s Guide to Mechanical Keyboards: Switches, keycaps, form-factors, and more

Mechanical keyboards are some of the best keyboards you can buy today as they offer a very satisfying feel and sound. They’re also more customizable and generally help in improving your productivity, especially if you’re planning to get one for typing. Even gamers prefer playing on a mechanical keyboard as they’re fast, reliable, and have a long shelf...

Wavelet’s audio equalizer now works with even more apps on Android [Giveaway]

If you’re looking to tweak the sound of your headphones while they’re connected to your Android device, then you’ll definitely want to check out the Wavelet app. It’s one of the few audio equalizer apps on Android that actually works without needing root access. With its plethora of options for both beginners and experts, anyone can make their music...

Ring’s strange-looking Car Cam gets leaked, and you should not buy it

Ring is one of the largest manufacturers of home security products, largely thanks to its ownership by Amazon. The company has been repeatedly criticized for its poor data security and partnering with police organizations to create wide-reaching surveillance networks, but Ring is pressing forward with plans for new products. Images of several upcoming...

Shop HUAWEI’s Amazon Prime Day Sales

Amazon Prime Day is one of the best days to grab some new tech at low prices. HUAWEI is having a huge sale on a large collection of products that range from wearables to laptops and more. This is your chance to save big on stuff you might have been holding out on. With these being Prime Day sales, they are available to Amazon Prime members and include...

XDA Basics: Can I use a fast charging adapter with my Qi wireless charger?

As more smartphone manufacturers add support for the Qi wireless charging standard in their phones, Qi wireless chargers have become quite prevalent. If you have a phone or accessory that supports wireless charging, you may be considering buying a Qi-compatible charger. Some Qi wireless chargers come with their own power bricks, others don’t. So if...

HP Prime Day deals are here: Spectre, Omen, and more!

Amazon’s Prime Day deals are just around the corner, but if you’re in the market for some HP goodies, you don’t have to wait that long. HP’s own Prime Day deals are here today, and they include discounts on dozens of products including desktops, laptops, monitors, and accessories. There’s a little something for everyone, but the deals are only available...

Mac FAQs: How to fix common problems with macOS

If you’ve just switched over to Mac, you’ve probably got some questions. We’re here to answer them. Coming over from Windows, there are a lot of things that can be confusing. Moreover, you might run into some problems that you weren’t expecting in macOS, and that’s always the most frustrating thing. In our previous post, we listed the most common terms...

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