Month: April 2021

If you’ve ever needed to check the time in a different time zone, chances are that you’ve heard of UTC. But what is this standard, why do we use it, and how does it come into play with computers? Let’s dive into UTC so you can understand more about it and how it ties into
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Microsoft is improving Bluetooth audio experience on Windows 10 by bringing support for Advanced Audio Codec (AAC). This will allow users to get better audio from Bluetooth headphones and speakers supporting AAC codec. The Redmond company is also bringing a unified audio endpoint to Windows 10 to offer a seamless interface when connected to multiple
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Cryptocurrency trading has become increasingly popular in recent years, culminating in the asset class reaching a valuation of $2 trillion. Considering that most digital currencies, including Bitcoin and Ethereum, pride themselves upon being decentralized, it’s surprising that their trading ecosystems are anything but that. The vast majority of cryptocurrency trading today takes place on centralized
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R.I.P. Madefire, a startup that recruited high-profile artists to reinvent comics for new formats and platforms. An announcement on the Madefire website states the company entered into “an assignment of benefit for creditors” (explained as “a state-level insolvency proceeding similar to bankruptcy”) earlier this month, which was then reported this morning in The Beat. As
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WhatsApp has already provided an option to let you mute notifications of individual chats and group messages forever on its platform since October last year. However, that option is not useful when you are mentioned by someone in a group chat for which you have already muted notifications. You will continue to receive notifications if
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