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dayzsunny
3 hours ago

I saw a reference to an OTG cable in an answer to an older question. So…what’s is an OTG cable and what do you use it for?

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Aryton
6 hours ago

What do I need to do to be able to run Android apps on a Mac? Is it possible?

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dniblock
18 hours ago

One of the neat features on the PS4 is that you can easily record gameplay videos of yourself. One of the not so neat things is that there is no easy way to...

pwink44
19 hours ago

Since I'm a newbie to Linux mint and Linux I could have goofed in doing this.I've hit a snag when I run "sudo apt-get update" I get the following:W:...

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ttopp
19 hours ago

Not to delve in to the files that were stolen, but I assume most people have heard about the multiple celebrities’ iCloud account that have been breached...

aiden
1 day ago

I’ve heard that you can use a PS3 controller to play games on Android phones and tablets. This would be great, since the main drawback to many mobile games...

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cchecca
1 day ago

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...

TheCount
1 day ago

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?

Phil Johnson
1 day ago
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If you develop software for a living, what are some of the fears that keep you up at night? For example, an unreproducible bug in production code?...

owen
3 days ago

How do you make sure that information that is critical to the company is backed up when you allow BYOD?

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