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DisplayPort 2.0 is the first major update to the protocol for many years. It promises faster data transmission, increased video resolution, and support for advanced display configurations. So, what is DisplayPort 2, what are its benefits and features, and what makes it better than DisplayPort 1.4a? Read on to find out answers to all these
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The Bitcoin blockchain network makes it possible for people to transfer value in units known as bitcoins. While it has made transactions safer for people, users continue to find themselves facing average Bitcoin transaction costs of more than $15 at the time of writing. If you’re wondering what Bitcoin transaction fees are and why they are so high,
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To celebrate 30 months since the launch of the Really Useful Podcast, we bring you a collection of the top five  best tips from our most popular episodes. As such, Christian Cawley is joined by various members of the Really Useful Podcast team to cover diverse topics such as Windows keyboard shortcuts, problems with Skype,
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The popular press has been hugely excited about NFT art, so-called “digital collectibles.” NFTs are essentially digital tokens linked to a piece of art. The art might be visual media, music, or something else. Comedy legend John Cleese, for example, minted a piece of primitive line art which recently sold for over $35,000. Other (more
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Anycubic is launching its new Wash&Cure Plus post-processing machine, supporting a larger curing area along with 360-degree curing coverage. The new and improved larger model will allow faster curing of larger pieces, along with model washing and some other handy upgrades. Wash&Cure Plus Increases Cure Area The AnyCubic Wash&Cure Plus brings a few vital improvements
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RAM is the short-term memory of your computer. It’s where your computer keeps track of the programs and data you’re using right now. You probably already know that more RAM is better, but maybe you’re looking to install more RAM now. Shopping for RAM can be confusing, though. What’s the difference between DDR3 and DDR4?
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Do you long for a big-screen gaming experience, but without the hassle of running video cables between your gaming PC and a far-away TV? Good news! The Steam Link app allows you to do just that. While Steam Link initially required dedicated hardware, Valve has since made the feature available on various other platforms—including the
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A famous quote in programming circles goes as follows: There are only two hard things in Computer Science: cache invalidation and naming things. Hungarian Notation is a system that attempts to make naming things a little easier. You may come across Hungarian Notation when exploring an existing codebase. You might have a colleague who is
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5G offers a smooth, speedy connection no matter where you are. It’s the fastest mobile network yet! But it can also be a huge drain on your battery and, without an accommodating data plan, a pain in your wallet. Fortunately, it’s easy to disable 5G on your device. Here’s how to turn off 5G for
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Python is a general-purpose programming language with a focus on code readability. One of the most popular programming languages, it’s easy to learn, simple to read, and follows an object-oriented approach. Let’s explore what Python is used for, including its broad range of applications, then examine its limitations. What Is Python Used For? Python is
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If your Fitbit’s time is wrong, perhaps due to changing time zones or some sort of glitch, it’s easy to change the time on your Fitbit. You can have your wearable set the time through the internet, or set the time zone manually if you prefer. Let’s look at how to change the time on
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You’ve probably listened to your favorite artists and songs across a range of streaming services. You may even have checked out their latest video on YouTube, listened to a playlist on Spotify, or used Amazon Music on your smart speaker. Each service needs to have up-to-date information on the performer or artist. That’s not to
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Uber’s ride-hailing service is the biggest in the US and one of the most popular in the world, with a market capitalization of over $75 billion. Driving people around town in the comfort of your own vehicle sounds like a great side hustle to many. So, in the past couple of years, anyone who wishes
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