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News: iOS 14.4 Developer Beta Released on iPhone with More App Clip Experiences & Privacy-Geared Tracking Requests

The next big phase of iOS 14 has started with the release of the iOS 14.4 beta. Right now, the developer-only beta features only one known item. Apple introduced the ability to scan App Clip Codes in iOS 14.3 with the Code Scanner control, and now in iOS 14.4, you can launch a local App Clip experience via Camera, NFC, Safari Smart App Banner, or iMessage.

News: The Incredible VR Painting Experience Tilt Brush Adds Greater Control, 3D Models & a Word Game

Google's Tilt Brush has proven to be one of the most compelling VR experiences for the HTC Vive, letting you paint with crazy materials like electricity and duct tape. It is clearly an experiment in bringing the joy of imagination to life—or creating some form of virtual LSD—and the app's latest update brings a variety of features that only continue to support that theme. There are few to no rules in virtual reality app development, and that can both be freeing or absolutely paralyzing when t...

News: iOS 14.4 Public Beta Available for iPhone with More App Clip Experiences, Tracking Requests & New Modem Firmware

The iOS 14.4 developer beta was pushed out a day ago, and now the iOS 14.4 public beta is out and ready for your iPhone. At first glance, there's not much to look at in the new beta release, and it's not yet known if it lays out the groundwork for missing features such as 5G data with dual SIMs, shared third-party app subscriptions, and Xbox Core Controller.

How To: Find your perfect red lipstick

We're experiencing a Lipstick Renaissance. Rich, defined lips ruled the fall runways, cementing the return to old school glamour and the ladylike lipstick that comes with it. Here, Sephora Pro Beauty Team member Vanessa Dunn helps you sort through the new crop of creamies. Learn a trick for finding your undertone, instantly!

How To: Spot a liar by learning to recognize facial signs and vocal cues

Determining whether someone is lying or whether they lie consistently is one of the most important skills that you can have. This video features two experts on lying: a Hastings University law professor and Scam School host Brian Bushwood, explaining all sorts of signs you can look for to determine whether someone is lying or experiencing a strong emotional response to what you're saying. These include facial expressions, tone of voice, and hand gestures.

How To: Deal with heart palpitations

Heart palpitations can be a serious problem if it's not monitored properly. If you're starting to get more and more heart palpitations, or if you've been experiencing them recently, it might be a good idea to watch this video. In it, you will learn what signs to watch out for before going to the doctors, as well as tips and various techniques that you can use to calm them down and keep them to a low frequency.

How To: Prepare before you try salvia divinorum

A young hippie discusses the use of Salvia Divinorum, which is a federally legalized psychedelic. Some states, however, do not abide by the federal standards and it is cautioned that you should check with your states ruling on the substance before using. Salvia Divinorum can be purchased online and ingested via inhalation (through smoking) or by chewing depending on the intensity and duration of the experience you wish to achieve. Smoking's effects can last for about 30 minutes while chewing ...

How To: Reset a wireless router

In this video, we learn how to reset your wireless router. You can use this if you are getting the "server can't be found" error, and it will work most of the time. First, grab your router and unplug the electricity and DSL plugs that are in the router. They will be round and look like post, and shouldn't be hard to find. After you unplug it, plug it back in after about 30-45 seconds. This will reboot your router, so it will most likely fix the problem you are experiencing. You should be able...

How To: Install Frash on an iPhone 4 or iPad and view Flash media on your device

One of the biggest problems with the iPhone 4, iPad, and iPod Touches is that they don't have any native support for Flash, which is the language of choice for much online media. Fortunately, there's an App for that now too called Frash that will allow you to run Flash on your iDevice. This video will show you how to get it, install it, and start really experiencing the web on your iDevice.

How To: Do a seated military press

When an exercise has "military" in its name, then you know it's serious. You will need a barbell, a padded seat with a padded back, and additional weight plates. Warning: if you are experiencing any shoulder pain, avoid this exercise. Always consult a physician before attempting any exercise program.

How To: Tune in and feel the Guru within you

In this video Guruka Singh shares his thoughts about feeling the Guru within you. Presenting yourself before the Guru, and experiencing that state of surrender in which you are getting out of the way, letting go, and letting the Guru's light fill you, and the Guru's presence fill you.

How To: Use System Repair Engineer to combat viruses & malware

Your Windows computer may be experiencing some issues, and those issues may be a direct result of computer viruses and malicious software from the internet. One of the simplest ways to find these issues and repair them is by using a freeware program called System Repair Engineer (SREng). But that's not all it can do… check out the video to see a basic overview for using SREng.

How To: Avoid arguments with your partner

With divorce rates set to hit a record high this year, 'betterdatethannever' explains how to avoid arguing with your partner. Most people experiencing marital difficulties blame financial reasons for their fights. The easiest way to avoid conflict with your partner is to make sure you communicate and share your problems. Holding things deep inside makes them get worse and worse till they explode into one huge argument. Allow your partner to speak their mind and express things they do not like...

How To: Restore your iPhone or iPod Touch

This video demonstrates how to restore your iPhone or iPod Touch if you are experiencing freezing or errors. You will need to restore your device if you experienced problems after attempting to have a jailbroken device. First, you have to make sure the device is turned on and plugged into your computer and connected to iTunes. To start restoring the phone, you want to hold onto the "home" button and the "unlock" button at the same time and continue to hold it until the device turns off. Next,...

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