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The Best Avengers Funko Pops!

One of the most popular comic and movie franchises of all time, The Avengers, is home to some fantastic characters. But over the years, Marvel has had a rotating cast apart of the super […] The post The Best Avengers Funko

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4 Best Linux Distributions For The Workplace

Linux is a great option for the workplace due to it’s low cost, and superior feature-set. Only trouble is, there are so many different Linux operating systems out there that it’s difficult to figure out what ones to use. That’s why

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Snapchat Hot Dog and Other Great, Dumb, Tech-Themed Halloween Costumes

It’s almost Halloween, and you know what that means! Kids will dress up as their characters to get candy while adults will dress up as their favorite jokes to get horny. With so […] The post Snapchat Hot Dog and

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How To Install Or Upgrade To Ubuntu 17.10

It’s October, which means a new release of Ubuntu is ready. This latest version, Ubuntu 17.10 of has some great new features, as well as some dramatic changes under the hood. For those looking to install this latest version, there is

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Legends of Tomorrow is Getting the Most Out of Victor Garber While it Can

It’s such a shame that Victor Garber is leaving Legends of Tomorrow this season. He’ll be joining the cast of Hello Dolly on Broadway, which doesn’t leave any room to shoot a TV show. While we still […] The post Legends of Tomorrow is

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How To Remove A PPA In Ubuntu

A long time before snap packages, the new way to get software updates on Ubuntu right away was with a personal package archive. With this technology, developers could more easily deliver their programs even when Ubuntu wouldn’t let them. These days,

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How To Enable Two Factor Authentication On Linux To Log In

Linux is known for requiring a password to do anything to the core system. It is because of this, many consider Linux to be a little more secure than most operating systems (though not perfect by any means). Having a

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Resident Evil 7 DLC Set to Scare the Crap Out of Us in December

Even though Resident Evil 7 released all the way back in January, gamers are still talking about it. This entry was a return to form for the series thanks to its emphasis on […] The post Resident Evil 7 DLC

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The Best Alternatives To Mac Apps For Linux

So, you’ve decided to take the plunge and switch from Mac OS to Linux, but you’re not really sure what software to use. It’s 2017;  a lot of modern apps used on Mac OS have been ported over to Linux. 

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Razer’s First Smartphone Specs Leaked

Gaming peripheral company Razer will be unveiling their new phone on November 1, but Phone Radar noted a listing for a phone that seemed quite a bit like what we may see next […] The post Razer’s First Smartphone Specs

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Is Annabel Scholey the 13th Doctor’s New Companion?

The Doctor has a penchant for plays: Peter Capaldi last year visited his then-unannounced companion Pearl Mackie during her run in London’s The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. The two […] The post Is Annabel Scholey the

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Hands-On: Monster Energy Supercross is More Exciting Than Soft Drinks

When I finished watching the trailer for Monster Energy Supercross at a private New York Comic Con Square Enix event, admittedly my first question to the team at Milestone was “Is ‘Monster Energy’ […] The post Hands-On: Monster Energy Supercross

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How To Use Virt-Manager On Linux

Looking to virtualize on Linux, but want a tool that uses the native Linux kernel features instead of something proprietary like VMware? Virtual Machine Manager has you covered. It’s a frontend to libvirtd, and allows users to gain ultimate control

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Raspberry Pi-Powered Portrait Transforms Into Halloween Nightmare

Up your Halloween game this year with just a Raspberry Pi, motion sensor, LCD monitor, and about eight hours of your time. Software engineer and creative prankster Dominick Marino DIYed his own “possessed […] The post Raspberry Pi-Powered Portrait Transforms

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8 Awesome Free Linux Games You Should Try Out

Long ago, gaming on Linux was just a dream. Barely anyone in the gaming space paid attention to it, and Linux fans had to resort to using tools like Wine to run Windows games on Linux. These days, there are over

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As American As Apple: iDevices Dominate U.S. Homes

An Apple a day keeps the multinational technology company in business. A new CNBC survey suggests 64 percent of Americans own an Apple product—up from 50 percent five years ago. In fact, the […] The post As American As Apple:

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5 Gnome Shell Extensions To Make Your Linux Desktop Better

Gnome Shell is quickly becoming the default desktop environment for Linux. One of the key features of this desktop environment is a controversial one: extensions. Much like Chrome or Firefox, users are able to install little modifications that can change

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How To Host NFS Shares On Linux

If you’re a moderately skilled Linux user, or a beginner with a server, the main way you access files is with Samba. Many do this because of how difficult NFS appears to be. There’s so many steps, and little things

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Digestible Actuator Paves Way for Fully Edible Robots

Swiss scientists may have found the missing link to develop a new type of edible robot. Members of the EPFL research institution last month presented a prototype soft pneumatic actuator made of gelatin. […] The post Digestible Actuator Paves Way

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How To Set Up A Resilio Sync Server On Linux

Want an easy, hassle-free way to sync between Mac, Windows, Linux, Android and other platforms? Check out Resilio Sync! It’s a syncing tool made by some of the people behind bittorrent. It uses the bittorrent protocol to transfer files over

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