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How to record the screen on your iPhone in a few easy steps

Julian Chokkattu/Digital Trends Want to show your non-tech-savvy relative how to set up their email without actually having to do it for them?  Since iOS 11, Apple has offered a native option to record the screen on the iPhone, iPad and iPod. What once required a third-party app has become stunningly ...

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Ask Engadget: What's the best laptop for music production?

Terrence O’BrienManaging Editor Oddly, I’ve been in the market for a similar device — a new laptop dedicated to music production. While I don’t have specific experience with Cubase, I can offer the following advice, which should be fairly applicable across the board for music production needs: Avoid “u” CPUs, ...

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India may become next restricted market for U.S. cloud providers

Data sovereignty is on the rise across the world. Laws and regulations increasingly require that citizen data be stored in local data centers, and often restricts movement of that data outside of a country’s borders. The European Union’s GDPR policy is one example, although it’s relatively porous. China’s relatively new ...

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Recommended Reading: Plz vote 4 me

Campaigns enter texting era with a plea: Will u vote 4 me? Kevin Roose, The New York Times Political candidates have a number of tools at their disposal to try and win your vote. Slick branding, TV commercials and social media ads are just the beg… Source link

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The greedy ways Apple got to $1 trillion

For being the richest company ever with $243 billion in cash, Apple sure cuts corners in the stingiest ways. The hardware giant became the first trillion-dollar company week. Yet it’s tough to reconcile Apple earning $11 billion in profit per quarter with it still screwing us over on cords and ...

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The Best DJI Spark Accessories

While most of DJI’s drone lineup is aimed at more experienced pilots, the DJI Spark is aimed squarely at amateurs and first-time fliers. But what happens after you’ve gotten the hang of your Spark and want more? Don’t go shopping for a bigger and badder drone just yet. A fairly ...

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GameFly to shutter streaming service this month

GameFly, the video game rental company, will be shutting down its streaming service at the end of the month, Variety reported earlier this week. This closure comes just over three years after the streaming service launched in 2015. GameFly, the no-console streaming service for gamers, offered packages for $7 and $10 per month ...

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