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How to See the 'Double Planet' This Month

2020 has seen eclipses and meteor showers, and now, there’s a “double planet” coming in December. But what is that and how and when do you even see it?Read This Article on LifeSavvy ›

Every Movie Warner Bros. Releases in 2021 Will Come to HBO Max the Same Day

The latter half of 2020 has been awash with news of major theatrical releases coming to streaming platforms, like Disney’s Mulan on Disney+. But Warner Bros. is one-upping everyone, including itself: every movie it had slated for 2021 will release on HBO Max the same day it comes to theaters, for no additional charge. It’s an unprecedented move from...

The Latest Emoji Kitchen Update is Serving Up Even More Emoji Combinations

Gboard users are in luck: Google just updated Emoji Kitchen to include more than 14,000 fun and ridiculous emoji combinations, making it even easier to convey your very specific feelings. The update is available today for Gboard beta, and will be rolling out to all Gboard users across the next few weeks.Read This Article on Review Geek ›

Use Google Photos' Live Wallpaper Feature to Relive Memories on Your Lockscreen

Who has time to go through their Google Photos account? The free cloud storage service is trying to make it easier to go through your pictures with its new Memories live wallpaper. The wallpaper constantly cycles through your Google Photos, making it easy to experience the past every time you unlock your Android phone.Read This Article on Review Geek...

How to Check Which Apps Are Optimized for M1 Macs

If you recently upgraded to an Apple Silicon Mac and you’ve downloaded or transferred apps from an older machine, you might want to see which apps are optimized for Apple Silicon and which are Intel apps running under the Rosetta translation layer. Here’s how to check.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

ZTE's Axon 20 5G has both Fingerprint Sensor and Camera Hidden Under the Screen

All the cool kids (and by “kids” I mean “multi-billion-dollar international smartphone manufacturers) are sticking stuff under the screen these days. Not content to merely hide a fingerprint sensor beneath the display, ZTE is doing so with the front-facing camera, too. This double aesthetic boost will debut with the Axon 20 5G, releasing later this...

Go Off-Road With the New LEGO Technic Jeep Wrangler Rubicon

After a brief break with the  LEGO Technic 6×6 Volvo Articulated Hauler, the company seems to be on a hot streak of Technic cars and SUVs. First, we had the Technic McLaren Senna GTR, then the Technic Ferrari 488 GTE. Now it’s time for something a little less sporty and a whole lot more dirty—the $49.99 Technic Jeep Wrangler Rubicon.Read This Article...

How to Turn on Nest Hello Doorbell’s Holiday Sounds

Thanksgiving is over, so it’s officially appropriate to get into the holiday spirit! Nest is bringing a little extra cheer this year because holiday themes (including Hanukkah, Christmas, New Year’s Eve, and more) are now available on your Nest Hello Video Doorbell. It’s incredibly easy to activate them!Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

How to View the Notification Center on Mac

The Notification Center on the Mac houses all your app notifications and widgets. You can use the Notification Center to interact with notifications or use widgets. Here’s how to view the Notification Center on Mac.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

How to Use Aspell to Spell Check Your Text Files at the Linux Command Line

Ever wanted to spell check text files directly from the Linux command line? This article will get your setup and started with Aspell, the interactive spell checker. Start spell checking your text files, for free, today!Read This Article on CloudSavvy IT ›

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