6 Tips for Total War Newbies Braving Total War: Warhammer

By Stace Harman If you’re excited to command a cavalcade of spectral riders, or to fire a goblin from a giant catapult but are totally clueless about Total War, we have you covered, thanks to these six handy hints for Total War newbies.Troop Deployment and Battlefield PositioningThe Troop Deployment phase of each skirmish can be considered the calm before the storm. Use this time to scope out the lay of the land and deploy your troops in a starting formation,

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Updated: The 10 best Android Wear watch faces

One of the best features of Android Wear is the ability to quickly switch the style of your smartwatch by changing faces with a few swishes of the finger.If you’re using an Android Wear smartwatch with iOS, you only have access to a select few through the Android Wear app. Unfortunately, that means that most of these won’t work on an iPhone. On the other hand, Android users can download these to their phones right away and have the entire

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Fitbit gets your heart rate wrong by 25 BPM on average, study says

A new study claims your Fitbit device might not be as accurate as you’d think – and this might be posing a hazard to your health.The research – commissioned by law firm Lieff Cabrasser – estimates that Fitbit trackers are getting your heart rate wrong by as much as 25 beats per minute.Our biggest ever edition of TNW Conference is fast approaching! Join 10,000 tech leaders this May in Amsterdam.To reach this conclusion, authors Edward Jo and Brett Dolezal used an electrocardiograph –

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Microsoft introduces new policies to help fight terrorist content on its services

As terrorist organizations increasingly turn to the internet as an effective recruitment and propaganda tool, more companies are introducing policies to combat the problem. The latest big firm to fight back against online “terrorist content” is Microsoft, which has now officially banned the material from its consumer services, including Outlook, Xbox Live, and Docs.“We have a responsibility to run our various Internet services so that they are a tool to empower people, not to contribute, however indirectly, to terrible acts,”

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Sleeping While Traveling is Hard… But You Can Make it Better

If you travel a lot for work (or any reason), then what I’m about to say should come as no surprise to you. However, just in case you forgot: sleeping while traveling sucks. Between layovers, uncomfortable seats, and jet lag, it’s easy to smash your sleep cycle to bits when on the go.Listen, there’s no miracle way to help you get more sleep while on the road. Your sleep will be worse, and you will get less of it. However, there

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Oculus Rift Anti-Piracy Update Allows for Even More Piracy

Oculus Rift Anti-Piracy Update Allows for Even More Piracy Oculus Rift Anti-Piracy Update Allows for Even More Piracy – IGN News Oculus Rift / 23 May 2016 By Joe Skrebels An Oculus Rift security update seen by many to be a response to Revive – the mod that allows players to play Oculus-exclusive games on the HTC Vive VR headset – has backfired, allowing for full-scale game piracy.Talking to Motherboard, Revive’s secretive developer, Libre VR explained that the update – which now

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Dell’s new 43-inch, 4K desktop monitor can output four 1080p displays simultaneously

Philips a few weeks ago launched a massive 43-inch, 4K-compatible desktop monitor, the BDM4350UC. Now, it’s Dell’s turn at bat.The Dell P4317Q is similar to Philips’ offering in that it also measures 43 inches diagonally (technically, its 42.51 inches) with a maximum output resolution of up to 4K (3,840 x 2,160) at 60Hz). At first glance, the Dell doesn’t seem all that different than the Philips model… until you look at the price tag. Dell’s offering commands more than $450

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How to Take the Perfect Screenshot in Windows

Perfect Screenshot You probably know how to take a screenshot in Windows, but how do you make it perfect? How can you get the exact element that you wish to illustrate? The process for taking a screenshot differs slightly from version to version. Here, we’re looking at how to take a screenshot in Windows 7, 8, 8.1, and Windows 10. In Windows 7, you can use the Print Screen key to capture the full screen or the ALT + Print Screen key combinations to capture

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Review: Samsung Galaxy S7

Samsung Galaxy S7 The Samsung Galaxy S7 finds itself in a slightly tricky situation. Samsung needed a big win from the Galaxy S6 in 2015, which it got after reinventing the design of its flagship smartphone, but you’re not going to get the same degree of evolution again just a year later. This means the Galaxy S7 falls firmly into the iterative camp, building on the solid foundations laid by its predecessor without fiddling with the winning formula too much.

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Qualcomm Puts 60% Of Android Devices At Risk

Qualcomm Puts 60% Of Android Devices At RiskChipset Manufacturer Qualcomm has allowed the appearance of a vulnerability in its processors for the mobile devices. The vulnerability is currently present in a series of the Qualcomm Snapdragon chips, which is widely used in the flagship devices like Samsung Galaxy S5 and S6, Motorola Droid Turbo and Nexus series devices from the tech giant Google.As we all know that Android is the mobile operating system which is most widely used worldwide. Therefore,

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