Share your wifi password though a QR Code.

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Spread the love         Sometimes Apple develops great functionalities, and then forgets to announce it. Well, maybe Apple did it because Apple also didn’t published the proper tools to make it work from an end to end perspective. This one of those cases. One of the most annoying duties when receiving friends at home, is to share your wifi password. I mean, your guest wifi password. On modern iOSs, Apple does make it easier, by allowing you to share wifi passwords with your contacts. Unfortunately, although it works most of the time, it still fails. And when it fails for the first …

GIF is (finally) dead. Long live Webp.

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Spread the love2   2    It has been a long and bumpy ride, GIF initially appeared 33 years ago, and improved the next year by supporting animation. In the 90’s, GIF rocked the yet young internet, being the first image format supported by most browsers of the time. It was extremely limited by today’s standards. It only supported 256 different colours, but you could choose those from any of the 4 billion colours supported. And until 1992, it was the only really usable image format in the internet. Not only that, but you could also do animations, small movies. Back in the early …

Android TV players – You get what you pay for

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Spread the love         It’s now 2021, and your large smartTV bought in 2017 is not becoming unbearably slow and lacks most of the current content. When you want to watch HBO Max or Disney Plus on your huge, but now becoming obsolete smartTV, you only have a few alternatives: Hook your laptop to it, which is cumbersome Get a set top box from a decent PayTV operator, such as Vodafone TV Spend 200€ on an Apple TV 4K Look for a cheap AndroidTV player The thing with AndroidTV media players is that there’s one for all price ranges. However, we all …

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