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How To Watch Rugby World Cup: Live Stream & TV

As with football, the Rugby World Cup takes place every four years. 2019 sees Japan host the tournament in Asia for the first time and you can watch every single match live on TV or online for free. We’ve got all the details. When is the Rugby World Cup? The Rugby World Cup starts on 20 September with the final set for 2 November in Yokohama . Opening the tournament is the hosts, Japan vs Russia at 11:45am (UK time), which…

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How to Take a Screenshot on Any Device

We write a lot of stories about computers and smartphones. Over the course of writing those articles, we have to take a lot of screenshots. While it may be second nature to some of you, knowing all the ins and outs of screen captures can get complicated. There may even be some devices you didn’t know had screen-grab utilities built in. If you need to take a screenshot (or 20), this is the tutorial you need. We run down everything…

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How to save money and scan your photos digitally using your phone and Google PhotoScan

Scanning photos into digital copies isn’t just for old photo albums. These days, you’ll often have to decide whether to buy an expensive digital version of school photos, not to mention weddings. But why spend extra money when you have a photo scanner in your pocket? Google PhotoScan is an app both for Android and iOS, and works by using your phone’s camera to take several photos of a print photograph, using intelligence to stitch them together and mark the…

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21 Hidden iOS 13 Features You’ll Want to Try

A new iPhone operating system always generates news, but what about the iOS 13 features Apple hasn’t made a big deal about? Here’s what you need to check out. PCMag reviews products independently, but we may earn affiliate commissions from buying links on this page. Terms of use. Apple unveils new iPhones every year, but with them comes something much more exciting: a new version of Cupertino’s mobile operating system that powers its new devices and adds features to older…

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Mobile Web Optimisation Tips | Techworld

Share Twitter Facebook LinkedIn A mobile-friendly website is essential to attract visitors to your site, but you have to ensure that it is optimised for Google search, through SEO, user experience, speed and design. We list some tips of things to consider to make sure your mobile website is optimised. Read next: Best mobile app building platforms and tools Source link

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How to Create Alexa Routines for Your Amazon Echo

Looking for a better way to use Alexa with your Amazon Echo? Set up routines so Alexa can perform tasks automatically, including multiple actions in a single routine. September 27, 2019 9:00AM EST September 27, 2019 PCMag reviews products independently, but we may earn affiliate commissions from buying links on this page. Terms of use. Talking to Alexa on your Amazon Echo can sometimes be challenging, especially if you need to ask your friendly voice assistant one question after another.…

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Where to find app updates in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13

With the release of iOS 13 and the soon-to-be-out iPadOS 13, third-party developers are pushing tens of thousands of app updates out to make their software compatible or take advantage of new features. But if you want to install updates, where can you find them in the new operating system releases? IDG App updates (available and recent) are found in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 in the App Store’s Account view. Formerly, you went to the App Store and tapped…

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How to Choose the Best Fight Stick, No Matter Your Budget

Ditch your gamepad and fight with a real weapon. Whether you’ve got less than $100 or you’re looking to go all-out, here’s how to find the right fight stick. PCMag reviews products independently, but we may earn affiliate commissions from buying links on this page. Terms of use. If you’ve played fighting games for a significant amount of time, you understand just how important it is to have a comfortable and capable controller. The video game genre demands swift, sharp…

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How to install a smart switch

The process of installing a smart switch is no different than replacing any other type of electrical switch in your home. You’ll want to take the proper precautions (we’ll help you with that, too), but you don’t need to hire an electrician, and you won’t need any special tools. You can do the job with a screwdriver and a pair of pliers or wirecutters. A non-contact voltage tester is handy if you want to be extra safe, but you can…

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The Best Android Launchers for Home Screen Customization

Don’t settle for the default settings on your Android device. With the right launcher, you can customize the screens and layouts of your phone. September 20, 2019 4:35PM EST September 20, 2019 PCMag reviews products independently, but we may earn affiliate commissions from buying links on this page. Terms of use. Your Android device may come with a standard home screen, layout, and interface based on the phone manufacturer and model, but you’re not stuck with the way it looks…

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Android 10 tips & tricks

September 2019 saw the free release of Android 10 for every Google Pixel phone in the world. The Pixel line might not sell particularly well but the fact even 2016’s first generation got the update shows that Google is serious when it comes to fulfilling (and in this case overdelivering) its promise of two years of Android OS updates. Whether you’ve got that first Pixel, the recent Pixel 3a or are going to buy a Pixel 4, the software is…

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How to Turn on Dark Mode in iOS 13 | News & Opinion

With the release of iOS 13, Apple will split its mobile operating system between the iPhone’s iOS and iPad’s iPadOS. Each platform offers their own device-specific functionalities, but one added element will be present in both: dark mode. While dark mode was added to Mac in Mojave last year, iPhones and iPads have lacked this popular feature until now. Those who truly wanted to dim their screens could invert colors, but it wasn’t much of a substitute for a true…

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You just bought a new Amazon Echo device? Do these 6 things first

So, you snapped up an Echo, Echo Dot, or another Echo device during Amazon’s Prime Day extravaganza (or during one of Amazon’s periodic Echo sales), and it’s sitting in your kitchen, silently awaiting your next order. Now what? Before you can ask your Alexa-powered Echo to play your favorite Spotify playlist or to turn on your living room lights, you’ll need to tweak a few key settings. Get the scoop on how to train Alexa to recognize your voice, keep…

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What to Consider When Building an IT Dashboard for SMBs

Building an ideal IT dashboard should be managed like any custom development project because that’s essentially what it is. Sure, on the surface, a dashboard is simply displaying data. But when you think about it, there’s actually significantly more functionality required. Most will need drill-down capability, where an alarm on the first dashboard tier needs to let an IT administrator quickly drill into more data to identify the problem. Maybe that’s included in the dashboard at a lower level or…

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How to Write an Invoice UK | Startups

You’ve started your own business, got the relevant funding and are about to begin selling goods or services to your customers. The next thing on the list? Invoicing. Invoicing is just a part of your startup’s accounting needs. And while it might feel like just one small cog, without a professional invoicing template, you’ll not only fail to look the part, but could be violating the sales of goods and services legislature in the United Kingdom. Read next: Best startup…

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Equifax: How to See if You Were Hacked, Claim Your $125

Those affected by the Equifax hack are eligible for a $125 payout, possibly more. Here’s how to file a settlement claim and get that data breach cash. PCMag reviews products independently, but we may earn affiliate commissions from buying links on this page. Terms of use. The September 2017 Equifax data breach exposed the personal information of 147 million people, and now it’s time for revenge. Well, revenge in the form of a cash payout, anyway. Equifax recently reached a…

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How you back up your iPhone and iPad in macOS 10.15 Catalina

For iPhone and iPad users who still connect their devices to a Mac for syncing and backups (and there are a lot of people who still do this), there are changes coming in the next version of the Mac operating system. In macOS 10.15 Catalina, the iTunes app is gone. Now you use the Finder, similar to how you see a hard drive or a server. Here’s how to use your device in the Finder and how to back it…

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How to Make Windows Easier on Your Eyes

Are you having trouble seeing your computer screen? Use the Windows 10 Ease of Access settings to tweak the size, color, and other screen elements in Windows. PCMag reviews products independently, but we may earn affiliate commissions from buying links on this page. Terms of use. Do you ever have trouble seeing the text, menus, cursor, or other elements in Windows? Maybe the text is too small, the cursor is too thin, or the screen doesn’t have enough contrast. Whatever…

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How to Try Windows 10 for Free for 90 Days | News & Opinion

Those of you still running Windows 7 or another older version of Windows may be wondering if you should finally make the leap to Windows 10 (you should). Microsoft long ago pulled the plug on its free Windows 10 upgrade for Windows 7 and 8.1 users, which means you now have to shell out money for a license if you want to upgrade your current PC to the latest flavor of Windows. Microsoft is due to end Windows 7 support…

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How to make the most of Roku voice controls

If you want to control a Roku player or Roku smart TV by voice, you have lots of options. Many Roku devices include a remote control that supports voice commands, and you can also control Roku hands-free with an Amazon Echo or Google Home smart speaker. But along with all those voice control options comes several limitations, especially when it comes to launching videos or TV channels directly. Knowing what Roku can and can’t do will spare you some headaches…

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