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The computer processor in your laptop or desktop has a standard clock speed. The CPU clock speed partially determines how quickly it performs. The CPU will periodically lower its clock speed to conserve power, especially on laptops. But did you know your CPU can also periodically activate a Turbo Boost mode to deliver some extra
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When discussing smartphones, tablets, and even some laptops, you may have heard people mention ARM processors. This technology contributed to the rapid rise of portable computing in the early 2010s and still has a significant impact on our devices. As we’ve become more familiar with ARM-based products, the processor tends to get less prominent billing
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Near Field Communication, known as NFC, may sound like a dry, technical specification. In many ways, it is. However, the applications of NFC are worth considering. Android smartphones have had access to NFC for many years, while Apple’s iPhones previously had a feature-limited version. However, both platforms use the wireless technology for contactless payments, headphone
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Most of the computer programs we use—whether office suites, web browsers, even video games—are configured via menu interfaces. It has almost become the default way we use our machines. But some programs require you to take a step beyond that. Instead of menus, you must edit a text file for the software to run as
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People love their phones and people love WhatsApp, but many people use WhatsApp for work, which is where WhatsApp Web comes in the picture. WhatsApp Web allows you to use WhatsApp on iPad, laptops, PCs, Android tablets, and other devices. You can easily set up WhatsApp Web app on any of these devices. WhatsApp Web
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