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Google bolsters Gmail security with anti-spam and early phishing detection

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Gmail is already very good at identifying spam, but it's about to get even better. Google announced a series of new security features today that aim to make Gmail even more secure for individuals and businesses alike.

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Here are all the devices compatible with Apple’s HomeKit

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We've been talking about HomeKit since WWDC 2014. Though they've been slow to trickle out, the list of HomeKit-compatible devices continues to grow and will only continue to do so once Apple releases the forthcoming Home app. To help you out, here's a list of all HomeKit-certified devices.

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How to fix a squealing dryer

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A squeaky dryer can be rather annoying, and may even be a sign of trouble. Fortunately, there are a few easy ways to fix most of these issues. Here is our comprehensive guide to fixing a squeaky dryer.

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7 ways to take control of Auto-correct on iPad and iPhone

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Every iOS device includes auto-correct and predictive text features, which try to make sure you spell words correctly. These are great for most general writing, but are a problem when using complex industry specific terms.

This short guide will help you train autocorrect to handle the vocabulary of your industry. It is useful for enterprise users, medical practitioners, educators and anyone else who needs to use non-standard vocabulary.

Covfefe what you type

Metalanguage is a word. It basically describes the language we use to talk about language. The word ‘adjective’ is a metalanguage word. The term is also used to describe industry-specific words, such as ‘omnichannel’ in retail, or ‘handoff’ on a Mac. The problem with the spelling dictionaries included in iOS is that while they are pretty accurate for most common words, they have no idea at all about industry-specific words, such as ‘covfefe’.

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Udemy – Pointers in C programming [100% off]

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Microsoft’s latest initiative brings always-on LTE notebooks with embedded SIM technology

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Windows maker Microsoft’s new “Always Connected PCs” initiative focuses on helping computer manufacturers bring to market LTE-enabled notebooks that incorporate eSIM technology (not to be confused with Apple SIM). The company said at the Computex 2017 show this morning in Taipei that it will partner with PC vendors, carriers and chip makers like Intel and Qualcomm on the new initiative.

Created a year ago by Apple, Samsung and other players, these SIMs are embedded directly into a device and cannot be removed. But perhaps more important than that, eSIMs are universally compatible with all carriers and as such allow customers to sign up for a wireless service right on their device.

First LTE-enabled Windows notebooks featuring eSIM technology (via Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 chipset) are on the way from ASUS, HP and Lenovo, said Microsoft. These new Intel x86-based devices will feature Windows 10, always-on LTE connectivity and “great battery life”.

Huawei, VAIO and Xiaomi are committed to Always Connected PCs using eSIM technology, too.

“There is a new generation of users that need to be connected to the cloud at all times. They are students, creators, freelancers, small businesses and enterprises,” said the Redmond firm.

“This means sharing experiences across screens and leveraging the latest network technology like gigabit LTE and eSIM.”

The eSIM standard works virtually anywhere in the world, meaning customers are able to switch carrier instantly, no paperwork or a physical SIM card required whatsoever. Apple owns a patent for an LTE-enabled MacBook with wireless antennas integrated within a hinge mechanism, as depicted on the patent drawing below.

Updated Mac notebooks are expected at WWDC next week, according to Bloomberg.

Ahead of the WWDC keynote, an Apple regulatory filing in Russia has identified five unreleased Mac notebooks, plus a next-generation Magic Keyboard and new iPad Pro models.

It’s unclear if these refreshed MacBooks will feature embedded LTE connectivity, but if a next-generation MacBook with an eSIM is lying around somewhere in Jony Ive’s basement now would be a good time to bring it to market.

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It can be done! Here’s how to Twitch on your new Nintendo Switch

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Once you've conquered your favorite Switch game, the next logical step is obviously live streaming your gameplay online for the world to see. Here are a few helpful tips for live streaming from your Nintendo Switch.

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Startup’s solar roof is cheaper, more efficient, and easier to install than Tesla’s solar tiles

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Tesla unveiled its groundbreaking solar roof last year. However, a California-based startup has announced plans for a cheaper solar roof that installs in half the time.

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Apple finally reveals ‘Carpool Karaoke’ debut date after delay

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Apple Music's "Carpool Karaoke" show will stream from August 8, the tech giant announced on Tuesday. Plenty of celebrities from the world of music, television, film, sports, and pop culture are lined up for the in-car sing-along.

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Dell Inspiron 27 7000 is a Future Proof, VR Ready All-In-One

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Dell Inspiron 27 7000 is a Future Proof, VR Ready All-In-One is a post by Travis Pope from Gotta Be Mobile.

The Dell Inspiron 27 7000 offers an ultra-sharp display, virtual reality gaming and a microphone array to better interact with Microsoft’s Cortana personal assistant. In fact, it’s one of the most future-proof Windows 10 all-in-ones that shoppers can buy this summer.

The company revealed the Inspiron 27 7000 at the Computex 2017. As an all-in-one PC, it replaces all the things you might have on your desktop today. Matte black plastic and aluminum cover most of the machine. The body is two inches thick. There’s no tower, though a keyboard and mouse are included.

The 27-inch InfinityEdge display and the aluminum speaker grille dominate the front. The company uses InfinityEdge displays to achieve the thin screen bezels on the XPS 13 and XPS 15. Dell plans to offer a 4K display with HDR10 support in the near future.

The 4K display offers a higher resolution display on par with most TVs. HDR is short for high-dynamic range, HDR10 screens show more color contrast than the average display. A feature called Display Sharing lets buyers use the Inspiron 27 7000 as a 4K HDR10 display for video game consoles and set-top boxes.

Inspiron 7000 Series, 27 7000 AIO.Inspiron 7000 Series, 27 7000 AIO.

There aren’t many all-in-ones that boast a premium gaming experience like this one does. The AMD Radeon RX 500 graphics card, Ryzen 8 Core processors and optional 16GB of DDR4 options are listed on Dell.com. Dell says the Inspiron 27 7000 can handle virtual reality gaming headsets from Oculus and HTC with the right options. Gamers don’t need headsets with this PC. It has two speakers and a subwoofer that are all tuned for MaxxAudio Pro quality sound.

Dell’s engineers planned for expansion. Because there are two drive slots, buyers can add a 1TB hard drive and 256GB solid state drive to the PC when customizing. The removable rear panel lets users replace these drives in the future. A USB Type-C port connects the PC to phones and docking accessories without much effort. 3 USB 3.1 ports, 2 USB 2.0 ports, audio out, Gigabit Ethernet, HDMI out, an SD card reader and headset jack are built-in.

Two hardware features enhance Windows 10 on this machine. The PC’s microphone array can hear commands for the Cortana personal assistant from across a room. Microsoft plans to enhance Cortana for these microphones with the next major update to Windows, and there aren’t many PCs that offer this today. A front-facing Windows Hello camera lets users sign in by making eye contact with the machine.

The Dell Inspiron 27 7000 begins shipping in the next few weeks worldwide, according to Dell. Expect it to cost as little as $999 in the United States. It’s available to order in China today from Dell.com

Dell Inspiron 27 7000 is a Future Proof, VR Ready All-In-One is a post by Travis Pope from Gotta Be Mobile.

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