Today’s Live News Feed – (featuring display types explained – OLED, LCD, QLED)

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Display types explained: OLED, LCD, QLED, and more – Between the screens on phones, TVs, computers, and even fridges, you probably rely on looking at a screen for many aspects of your life. But those displays can actually be made in a number of different ways. And different display types offer different advantages and disadvantages. Confused by all the different display names, and what they mean for your devices? Here’s a brief explainer of display technologies, and what makes them great. >>> CONTINUE READING @ BGR

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A solution to mirror your Android phone to your TV or Monitor (without Wi-Fi)…

A great majority of today’s Android based smartphones lack the ability to cast (screen mirror) to a TV without Wi-Fi. If you have Wi-Fi, you can use devices made for casting such as the Google Chromecast or the Amazon Firestick. In my case, I have a Motorola G Stylus smartphone and have explored every option out there for screen casting (or mirroring) in a no Wi-Fi environment and have had no luck in finding a “reliable” solution; until now.

I have a camping RV and my RV is not in any range of Wi-Fi and depends on my cell booster to bring in a data signal on my phone in order to stream content. I can watch on my phone, but cannot mirror on my phone to the TV due that my Android phone lacks the ability to do so. As I mentioned, most Android phones lack this option; with just a few, such as Samsung that have the built in options for using Miracast to cast or mirror to a TV.

The solution I found, and can’t believe I missed this is a USB Type C Micro USB to HDMI Cable, MPIO MHL to TV HDMI Adapter that can be easily found on Amazon that is very inexpensive in my opinion. If this works on my Motorola I will bet this will work for you, as well. The device I ended up with is at this link – CLICK HERE

Also, read further to see the steps to connect your phone to your TV or monitor using this adapter…

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Mounting an external hard drive isn’t as simple as plugging it in …

When we buy an external hard drive you typically can plug it in and all will be ok; however, there are other factors to take into consideration, such as the proper file format standard. Follow the source link below to c|net to learn more about the “formatting facts” for Windows and Mac.

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So you’re setting up an external hard drive. Formatting facts for Windows and Mac

Formatting an external drive forces you to make some important decisions that will affect how and where you can use the drive, including whether it’ll work on a PC, Mac or both. Manufacturers often advertise that their external drives are compatible with both operating systems out of the box, and for the most part, that’s accurate. However, it’s more nuanced than that. 

Do you have Chrome extensions that have become must-use, but their absence is keeping you from adopting the Opera browser? Fret no more …

How to install Chrome extensions on Opera with ease

After a bit of searching, I came across an Opera extension that allows you to install Chrome extensions on the browser. I quickly installed it and gave it a test. It should come as no surprise that the extension worked like a charm. Once installed, I could then add any Chrome extension I needed to Opera.

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