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can anyone tell me about fixing damaged Thumbnails? I have recovered the images using a JPG repair software but still i cannot extract the original...

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I’m having a really annoying problem with Office. I keep getting an error that says “The Microsoft Office document cache encountered a problem. Click to...

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I have NFC capabilities in my phone, but I’ve never had a use for it so it’s always turned off. However, there are some efforts to use NFC in smartphone for...

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I have a LG phone with Android 4.4, but it’s not one of the devices listed as compatible. Will it still work with Cardboard VR kits?

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What is the future outlook for Hadoop administrators?

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How do I start Windows 8 in safe mode?

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