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TheCount
22 min 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?

narayanmurthy1985
1 hour ago

What is the future outlook for Hadoop administrators?

psychedelicgemini
1 hour ago

I believe that someone is tracking my cellphone.   He knows everything about me and my whereabouts.  How can I find out more about this and where...

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mcas1777
6 hours ago

i clicked on the box with the arrow pointing up but it does not appear on the list

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dvarian
8 hours ago

How do I start Windows 8 in safe mode?

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owen
1 day ago

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

ttopp
1 day ago

It seems that every month or so I see a news story along the lines of “Brand X smartphone explodes in man’s pocket,” or “Brand Y laptop battery explodes,...

PaxProSe
1 day ago

A friend of mine got a new Windows 8 laptop, which he then wanted to update to Windows 8.1. After the update, he only gets a black screen on boot. He can...

dthomas
1 day ago

IBM has started renting bare metal servers by the hour, but what exactly are bare metal servers and how do they differ from “regular” servers?

SilverHawk
1 day ago

I’m trying to find and minimize all of the WiFi dead zones in a small, two story office building. The company is using an AirPort Extreme gateway, which...

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