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Enable two-factor authentication (2FA) in Fortnite and get a free gift

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Fortnite is a free-to-play third-person shooter with building mechanics. The title has become a cultural sensation due to its unique blend of expressive gameplay. In February 2018, Epic Games stated that the title was played by roughly 3.4 million gamers concurrently. Since then, that figure has ballooned to over 8.3 million.

Due to the tremendous popularity of the game, Fortnite accounts are at higher risk of being targeted. Epic  [Read More…]

How to enable the Cine-like color profile on the DJI Osmo Pocket

Many DJI Osmo Pocket owners have been waiting for this feature to be added. Here’s how to enable the Cine-like color profile both in the app and on the camera directly.

Products used in this guide Amazon: DJI Osmo Pocket ($ 350) Google Play: PowerDirector (Free w/ IAPs) Why Cine-like matters to your video

If you’re newer to shooting video you might be wondering what all the fuss is about. After all, the DJI Osmo Pocket shoots great  [Read More…]

How to enable parental controls on the Kano Computer

The Kano Computer is a kit that prides itself on being the best thing to teach people, of all ages, how to code. Regardless, it is mostly targeted towards children. But, no matter how old your child is, they’ll need to have access to an online community called Kano World in order to take advantage of everything the Kano Computer has on offer. In this guide, we’ll show you how to enable parental controls and ensure that your  [Read More…]

This is how to enable the screen FPS counter on the Razer Phone 2

The Razer Phone 2 is a great phone for high-end gaming, thanks in large part because it’s full of great features. But one feature that’s hiding is easy access to frames-per-second specs while you’re playing your games. Unlike Razer’s competition from ASUS and the ROG Phone, there’s no quick switch available for monitoring your phone’s specs. You’ll need to go into the developer settings instead if you want to track your phone’s framerate performance.

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How to enable One UI’s dark mode on the Galaxy S9 and S9+

Samsung’s software has provided comprehensive theme capabilities for years, but has never had a system-level dark mode like many competitors. The Android 9 Pie update, which brings the new “One UI” interface, introduces a brand new “Night mode” that accomplishes the same goal: black out as much of the interface as possible, which is easy on your eyes at night but also friendly to your battery. This is how you enable it.

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Enable Google Assistant on most Chromebooks

Google Assistant is a huge part of the company’s current portfolio of services. So are Chromebooks. However, for now, the Pixelbook is the only Chromebook with access to Assistant on Chrome OS. Fortunately, the latest Google Canary builds show that a fix for other Chromebooks is around the corner.

What’s it do?

This tweak will allow for older Chromebooks other than the Google Pixelbook to have access to Google Assistant. We do offer a word of advice on the following instructions to  [Read More…]

How to enable hands-free “OK Google” detection

Google has hung their hat on Search for most of their existence. It collects data and enables the company to create ad revenue, which in turn, offers you some cool services and products.

One of those products is Android and it has Search built into its core. A new trick Search has is voice-enabled feature sets on mobile. Today, we’re going to show you how to make this one a must-have with hands-free detection.

What’s It Do?

Hands-free detection will  [Read More…]

How to enable spoken announcements in Google Fit

It can be a bit distracting to have to check your phone to see how far you’ve been biking. Fortunately, it’s easy to get Fit to just tell you your progress.

If you’re spending the day riding your bike, it’s natural to want to know how far you’ve ridden so far. But trying to open your phone when you should be focusing on the road is always a bad idea. Thankfully, it’s not hard to have your  [Read More…]

How to enable dark mode in the Twitter app for Android

AKA, how to use the best version of Twitter.

Even though Google still can’t seem to figure out how to implement a system-wide dark mode in Android, the Twitter apps’ been rocking one since July 2016.

As you’d expect, dark mode on Twitter takes all of the white elements of the app and transforms them into a dark navy that not only puts less strain on your eyes at night but also looks downright fantastic no matter  [Read More…]

How to enable Continued Conversation in Google Assistant for longer interactions

At I/O 2018, Google spent a lot of time talking about the Google Assistant. One of the most interesting features announced was Continued Conversations. This was designed to allow users to continue talking to the Google Assistant without using the wake-up word each time. Basically, it lets you string string multiple commands together by saying “Hey Google” only once.

The feature started rolling out to users in the US last week. If you haven’t had the chance to test it  [Read More…]