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Ramadan WhatsApp stickers: We are sharing how you can add Ramadan stickers for WhatsApp that you can use to send Ramadan wishes to your friends and family.
Elon Musk has been a star CEO for decades, but how much do you really know about the man behind Tesla and SpaceX?
If you've decided you want to delete your Gmail account, we've got all the details you need to get it done. Whether you're giving up on email entirely or just don't want the account anymore, you can easily delete your Gmail account.
If you want to keep your web browsing private, you can use the Incognito mode in Chrome, Private Browsing in Firefox, InPrivate mode in Microsoft Edge, and so on.
Here are a few things that you need to know this World Password Day to stay secure online.
Wireless technology has transformed the world we live in, there’s no doubt about it. From radio and television to mobile phones, pretty much everything we do today is using some form of wireless transmission.
We’ve all wished we could go back in time and do things differently, but with your PC it’s actually possible, thanks to the System Restore feature.
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Taking a screenshot on a PC is a handy way to share all sorts of things. It may be that you want to share something you’ve seen online, or perhaps your computer is misbehaving, and you want to show tech support what you’re seeing.
Back last summer, we told you that Mozilla is working on a new Android browser called Fenix. The app will eventually replace Firefox for Android and a support document posted by Mozilla offers something of a roadmap for this transition.
There have been plenty of tests when it comes to the various voice assistants available on the market these days and generally the consensus is that voice assistants are pretty good.
In 2016, phones with more than one rear camera were a rarity. In 2019, it is hard to find one that doesn't have at least two lenses at the back. Apple, Samsung, LG and Huawei are just some of the companies equipping its best ...