When you don’t feel like marauding or digging for treasure in Sea of Thieves, alternative options abound. You can cook a steak, pick an instrument and play a tune with the crew, get drunk on grog…or fish. And since fishing is a combination between casual, relaxing play and the ability to get rewards, it’s a […]
Making money in Stardew Valley is simple. Regardless of what you’re doing, the game does a great job of rewarding you for your time. Growing crops, fishing, and even foraging for wild plants can land you with a bit of cash. However, some activities are much more lucrative than others. While foraging might offer a […]
Google Google’s waning interest in VR has led to the demise of Daydream, Jump, and other iconic pieces of early VR software. But the company’s latest casualty, the Tilt Brush VR painting app, could live on to tell its tale. Google announces that it is ending support for Tilt Brush and, to our surprise, open […]
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SEGA For the last 10 years, barring the occasional movie, one man alone has stood as Sonic the Hedgehog’s iconic voice—Robert Craig Smith. But after a 10-year run (no pun intended) in shows and video games, that’s coming to an end. Future iterations of animated Sonic will never sound the same. If you’re not familiar […]
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Psyonix Rocket League is football with flying cars. Or, if you’re American, soccer with flying cars. But next week you’ll be able to try it both ways, when the multiplayer game adds a “Gridiron” mode based on American football. It’s a cross-promotion with the NFL, celebrating Super Bowl 55 from February 3rd to the 8th. Gridiron […]
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A Google Sheets spreadsheet doesn’t have a visible header or footer until you decide to print. If you want to add headers and footers to a Google Sheets spreadsheet, you’ll have to use the printer settings menu—here’s how. To begin, open the Google Sheets spreadsheet that contains your data. At the top, click File > Print […]
If there is a particular slide in your presentation that you feel would be useful in other mediums, you can save that slide as an image and use it accordingly. Here’s how to save a Microsoft PowerPoint slide as an image. First, open PowerPoint and, in the thumbnail pane, select the slide that you’d like […]
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Khamosh Pathak Saying your final farewell to WhatsApp and moving to Telegram? Wouldn’t it be great if you could take all your chat messages and media with you? Well, it’s possible to import individual WhatsApp chats right into Telegram! WhatsApp’s backup and restore feature is very limited. It doesn’t even work between Android and iPhone […]
Thanes.Op/Shutterstock.com Certain types of modern displays use less power when displaying a black or dark background, including the technology used in the Apple Watch. It’s all thanks to the wonders of OLED and self-emissive display technology. Why Do Dark Themes Use Less Power? Apple opted for OLED display technology for the Apple Watch from the […]
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Google If you’re an Android user, you’ve probably visited the Play Store hundreds of times as your central hub for apps, movies, and books. However, what you might not be aware of is that the Google Play Points system within the store can net you free rewards. You Need to Join First Google Play Points […]
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