Don't Trust Manufacturer's Device Power Use Estimates

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Hope you’re having a great weekend so far! Next week is Black Friday, and there are already many noteworthy sales. The 9th-generation iPad is down to $270, and the Galaxy S22 Ultra is $300 off, to name two examples.

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Grab a Galaxy S22 Ultra for $300 off Today

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10 Quick Ways to Speed Up a Slow PC Running Windows 7, 8, 10, or 11

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SwiftKey for iPhone and iPad Won’t Die After All

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How to Stream ‘A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving’ in 2022

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The Best Smart Plugs of 2022

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How to Install the Google Play Store on an Amazon Fire Tablet

Amazon Fire Tablets restrict you to the Amazon Appstore, but they run Fire OS, a custom version of¬†Android. That means you can install Google’s Play Store to gain access to millions of Android apps and games, including¬†Google apps like Gmail, Chrome, Google Maps, and more. Read More »

Get a 9th Gen iPad for $270, the Lowest Price Yet

Apple just introduced a new 10th-generation iPad last month, which is currently on sale for $50 off. However, it’s still not as inexpensive as the 9th-generation model, which Apple has now dropped to a new all-time low: $270. Read More »

5 Yoga Power Moves for a More Intense Experience

Yoga is known for its relaxing and mind-calming properties, but it can also be a great and challenging workout that will tone your muscles, strengthen your core, and definitely make you break a sweat. Read More »

Windows 11’s Start Menu Will Now Recommend Websites

Microsoft overhauled the Start Menu in Windows 11, giving it a new center-aligned grid design and better organization. There’s another change on the way: suggested links to websites. Read More »


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VMware Fusion 13 Can Run Windows on Your M1 & M2 Mac

VMware Fusion is a popular virtualization app, and on Mac, it has been one of the best ways to run Windows and Linux applications. It took a while, but VMware is now updated for Apple’s new generation of ARM-powered Mac computers. Read More »




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