Cyberlink PowerDVD

Cyberlink PowerDVD just keeps getting better and better with every new version and is now one of the best programs available not only for playing physical DVDs but also for organizing and playing almost any multimedia file. PowerDVD can play or view media in almost any format, from the most …

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Visual Studio Code

Visual Studio Code is a reduced version of the official Microsoft development environment focused exclusively on the code editor. It’s cross-platform and supports syntaxes for a large number of programming languages. The tool provides support and assistance to field many different languages: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, different variants of C, JSON, …

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EagleGet (Powerful Download Manager With full Browser Integration)

EagleGet is a download manager that can be fully integrated with all of the major browsers: Firefox, Internet Explorer and Google Chrome. The program improves upon the default browser managers by speeding up downloads with its multitasking technology. It also supports HTTPS, FTP, MMS and RTSP. It integrates with your …

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WordPress says iOS app bug exposed account tokens to third parties

WordPress said it has fixed a bug in its iOS app that inadvertently exposed account tokens to third-party sites. In an email to customers seen by TechCrunch, the content management giant said it “uncovered an issue with the WordPress iOS application with how it handles security credentials.” The company has …

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WhatsApp’s Business app comes to the iPhone

More than a year after WhatsApp officially introduced its app for business customers to its first markets, the previously Android-only WhatsApp Business app is today launching on the iPhone. According to the Facebook-owned company, WhatsApp Business has been adopted by millions of businesses worldwide since its debut, but one of …

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Amazon Reportedly Readying Its Alexa Powered Answer To AirPods

Amazon is ready to challenge Apple with a cheaper, Alexa-powered set of wireless earbuds. If successful, it would carve out a space for the popular digital assistant, and its deep connections to the rest of Amazon’s ecosystem, in the mobile world Amazon has hitherto largely failed to penetrate. But that’s …

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VSCO Sues PicsArt Over Photo Filters That Were Allegedly Reverse Engineered

Photo-editing app-maker VSCO has filed a lawsuit against competitor PicsArt. The suit focuses on 19 PicsArt filters that were supposedly “reverse engineered from VSCO’s filters,” with VSCO alleging it has become a legal issue involving false advertising and violations of the app’s terms of service. “VSCO has invested significant time …

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iPad Air (2019) review: Apple finds the sweet spot

Apple’s new iPad Pros are high-end tablet marvels, with a new slim-bezel design, Face ID, crazy-fast A12X chip, and new wireless Apple Pencil. But when Apple introduced the overhauled third-generation models, it also blew up the price. The old 10.5-inch Pro was $649 and the new 11-inch replacement is $799, …

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Pro or no? How the high-end 2019 iMac measures up

High-end iMac or iMac Pro? Ever since the iMac Pro was released in 2017, that’s been a key question for pro-level Mac users who aren’t sure if taking the perilous leap from the summit of the iMac product line across to the $4,999 (and up) iMac Pro was worth the …

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The zippy 1TB Crucial P1 SSD is on sale for just $95 today—under 10 cents per gig!

Today’s a good day to grab a whole lot of storage at a great price from Newegg, as long as you have a compatible motherboard. The online retailer is selling the Crucial P1 1TB NVMe M.2 SSD for $95 with the checkout code EMCTYTY22. The price on this NVMe SSD …

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