Category: How-tos

The Free Deskreen App Turns Your Old Tablet Into a Wireless Monitor – Review Geek

Pavlo Buidenkov How many monitors do you even need? One deciding factor can be the cost of another monitor. But what if you could use nearly any tablet or smartphone you already own? If you have $8 to spare for a dongle, the free Deskreek app promises to turn your old device into a second […]

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How to Verify a Signal Contact’s Identity (Using the Safety Number)

Khamosh Pathak Signal protects all one-on-one and group chats with end-to-end encryption by default. But you still might be vulnerable to man-in-the-middle attacks. To stay safe, here’s how to verify a Signal contact’s identity using a 60-digit safety number. Each contact in Signal has their own unique security code. This is a long, 60-digit numeric […]

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How to See Which iPhone Apps Can Access Your Contacts

Few iPhone privacy issues go deeper than access to your Contacts list, which exposes your private web of relationships to a third party, which can then compare the list to its records or potentially share it with others. Here’s how to see which apps can access your contacts and how to grant or revoke access […]

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Everything Coming to Netflix the Week of Jan. 25, 2021 – LifeSavvy

Netflix Somehow, January is nearly over. While there’s still one more week until Netflix’s big beginning of the month drop, it doesn’t mean the streaming service is skimping on releases. From kids’ programming to more Netflix original movies, here’s everything coming to Netflix this week. Jan. 26 Go Dog Go: Two pups go on adventures to […]

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Telegram Chats Aren’t End-to-End Encrypted by Default

Arthur_Shevtsov/Shutterstock.com Telegram and Signal are widely popular privacy-focused messaging apps. However, the two apps have some big differences: While all messages sent via Signal are always end-to-end encrypted by default, Telegram messages aren’t. End-to-end encryption is an optional feature in Telegram. Why End-to-End Encryption Matters End-to-end encryption means that only the sender and the receiver […]

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How to Get the T-800 and Sarah Connor Skins in Fortnite

The latest licensed characters to be implemented into Fortnite are Sarah Connor and the T-800 from The Terminator series. These characters have become available just shortly after the implementation of The Predator, which you can also acquire right now. Though, The Terminator skins are handled differently in terms of acquiring them in-game. With that in […]

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Minecraft: Where to Find Ancient Debris and Netherite Ingots

Minecraft sets players in an explore, build, and repeat gameplay loop that is both addicting and limitless. You are able to create the world as you see fit, making it an ideal escape and place to build whatever you want. With the Minecraft Nether update, players were introduced to Netherite, a material that is elusive […]

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Holy Crap! Homestar Runner Lives On Thanks to Ruffle Project! – Review Geek

If you’re an adult of a certain age, you might remember Homestar Runner. Or more likely, Strong Bad’s emails. Homestar Runner was one of the best original web animation sites in the early 2000s, but alas ran on Flash. When Flash died, so did Homestar Runner. Except no, it didn’t! You can still watch Homestar Runner today, […]

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