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Here’s how less than $40 of computer science training can land you a six-figure salary

Earning a degree in computer science is almost as open ended as some liberal arts degrees. From data analysis to IT projects to engineering to security specialities, the paths to taking advantage of a computer science education are varied. One area where there isn’t much variation for computer science students is in how much they get paid. Because… Read More »

iOS 11.4 Update Released With AirPlay 2, Messages in iCloud, and More: How to Download and Install

Apple has released iOS 11.4 for eligible iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch models. The update brings the much-anticipated AirPlay 2 transfer protocol, announced at WWDC back in June last year and initially planned to reach Apple devices via iOS 11 in the third quarter of last year. It brings multi-room audio support and stereo pairing to the HomePod and Apple TV devices. The iOS 11.4… Read More »

Windows 10 April 2018 Update: How to Download and What’s New

HIGHLIGHTS Windows 10 April 2018 Update can be downloaded manually right now Update brings Timeline, Focus Assist, Dictation, and more features You can download using Update Assistant or Media Creation Tool as well Microsoft on Monday began rolling out the Windows 10 April 2018 Update (version 1803) to eligible Windows 10PCs and tablets. Users can expect the update to be made available… Read More »

How to Check if Battery Health Is Slowing Your iPhone Down

One of the key solutions to emerge after the iPhone slowdown saga was Apple’s promise of letting you check your iOS device’s battery health. That feature is here with iOS 11.3. If your device supports iOS 11, you should update to this latest version to get a more accurate handle on the health of your iOS device’s battery. If the battery health is not good, you… Read More »

iOS 11 Brings Improved Dock and Multitasking to iPad: How to Get Started

HIGHLIGHTS iOS 11 lets you open any two apps side-by-side These apps are grouped, you can quickly switch between them The Dock has received a complete makeover too iOS 11 brings in lots of productivity oriented tweaks and the multitasking related features are chief among these. Apple has made it much easier to multitask on an iPad with iOS 11, and it has… Read More »

How to Get Started With Files App on iOS 11

HIGHLIGHTS iOS 11 has one app to manage files across your apps. It’s not a Finder replacement just yet The app aggregates apps such as iCloud Drive, Google Drive, etc. The Files app is one of the most significant changes in iOS 11. The iCloud Drive app no longer exists and instead we have an app called Files. With… Read More »

Redmi Note 5, Mi TV 4 India Launch Expected at Xiaomi Event Today; How to Watch Live Stream

Xiaomi Redmi Note 5, the anticipated successor to the popular Redmi Note 4, is expected to be launched in the country on Wednesday at an event in New Delhi. Alongside, recent teasers have also tipped that Xiaomi will finally launch its Mi TV series of televisions in India at the event – specifically, the Mi TV 4. So far, Xiaomi hasn’t launched the Redmi Note 5… Read More »

How to make businesses GST-compliant? Make GST business-compliant

The market encourages suppliers who are GST-compliant. Photo: Mint The goods and services tax (GST) is a fundamental revolution in the way we think about indirect taxes. It has created a single market, helping move goods seamlessly across states. The GST system has enrolled close to 10 million businesses onto a single national technology backbone, the GSTN (GST… Read More »

Google Calendar for Web Gets a Facelift: Here’s How to Get It Now

HIGHLIGHTS Calendar gets Material design makeover New changes now live for web app Calendar for web also gets new enterprise options Google announced Material Design language for its apps back in 2014 though the company is still busy rolling out app refreshes that bring the uniformity across mobile app and the Web. The latest in the series is… Read More »

Windows 10 tip: How to disable unwanted startup programs

Every time you start your PC, Windows checks in more than a dozen places to see if you (or, more likely, some program you installed) has specified that a program should start automatically. Those auto-start programs can run as a result of entries in the Windows registry, scheduled tasks, Group Policy settings, even the ancient Win.ini file. Most… Read More »