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Time: TechlandJul 23, 2021
Apple TV's New Calibration Feature Can Make Your 4K TV Look Its Best. Here's How to Use It
The latest update to the Apple TV includes a robust new calibration feature to save you time and money

CNET How ToJul 23, 2021
Child tax credit 2021: Manage your monthly payments with an account. Here's how - CNET
If you haven't done so yet, you'll need to set up an account with the IRS so you can track your payment, manage future checks, update your personal information and more. We'll explain.

CNET How ToJul 23, 2021
No sign of your child tax credit payment? Here's how to track your money - CNET
Now's the time to get help with any child tax credit problems before the next check is sent.

Mac RumorsJul 23, 2021
Everything New in the iOS 15 Maps App: Updated Details, AR Walking Directions, Globe View and More
Apple has made so many improvements to the Maps app in iOS 15 that it's almost an entirely different experience. There are better driving directions, improved transit directions, and more immersive AR-based walking directions.

Apple Explains How the Photos People Recognition Feature Has Improved in iOS 15 (Mac Rumors)

CNET NewsJul 23, 2021
Amazon Prime Video: 22 of the best films to stream tonight - CNET
Here are the highlights for this week.

CNET NewsJul 23, 2021
Best Buy Black Friday in July 2021 sale: Here are the best deals - CNET
Best Buy's Black Friday in July sale is on through this Sunday. Here are some of the top deals we've spotted.

EngadgetJul 23, 2021
The Google Pixel 4 is on sale for $380 at Woot
If you've been on the hunt for a capable Android phone that won't break the bank, there's a solid deal over at Woot that's worth checking out. Google's Pixel 4 is on sale for $380, down from the usual $800 for the 64GB model. It's the lowest price we've seen for the smartphone in quite some time. Woot's parent company Amazon and B&H Photo were both selling the Pixel 4 for $400 earlier this month.

Buy Pixel 4 (64GB) at Woot - $380

As you might expect from a Google smartphone, the Pixel 4 has great cameras. It has a "smooth" display system that can boost the refresh rate from the typical 60Hz to 90Hz. The device will also support Android 12 and it's quick enough for most use cases.

Overall, the Pixel 4 might be better value than the Pixel 4a 5G and Pixel 5 right now. The Pixel 4a, meanwhile, costs $350 and arrived a year after the Pixel 4, but Google downgraded some of the specs — the display only has a 60Hz refresh rate and there's just a single rear camera, rather than two.

There are a few provisos to bear in mind with the Pixel 4. Google will provide Android and security update

Mac RumorsJul 23, 2021
Review: Hyper's $40 Magnetic Wireless Battery Pack Is a Worthy Competitor to Apple's MagSafe Battery Pack
Back in March, Hyper released its HyperJuice Magnetic Wireless Battery Pack for the iPhone 12 lineup, promising customers an easy way to wirelessly charge their devices on the go. At the time, there were relatively few options for portable MagSafe-compatible battery packs on the market. Now, though, thanks to Apple's recent release of its own MagSafe Battery Pack, there is a little more competition, and Hyper's battery pack stacks up as a worthy competitor.

CNET How ToJul 23, 2021
2021 child tax credit problems? Here's what you need to know - CNET
Got the wrong amount or didn't even get your payment? We'll tell you what parents need to know now.

TechCrunchJul 23, 2021
China's expected edtech clampdown may chill a key startup sector
When it comes to control, the Chinese government doesn't mind wiping out a few dozen billion dollars in market cap here and there. That's not a great system.

Mac RumorsJul 22, 2021
Teardown Shows Off What's Inside Apple's New MagSafe Battery Pack
Apple's MagSafe Battery Pack designed for iPhone 12 models came out this week, and Charger Lab has taken one of the new accessories apart to give us a look at its inner workings.

CNET How ToJul 20, 2021
Problems with your child tax credit? Here's what you need to know - CNET
If you didn't get a child tax credit payment and you're eligible -- or you got a check but you're not eligible -- we can help answer your questions.

PC World Latest NewsJul 15, 2021
How to turn on Power Mode in Windows 11 for increased performance
If you're wondering how to increase the performance of your Windows 11 PC, you may already know one way: Use the Windows power-performance slider. But in Windows 11, Microsoft has hidden it. We'll show you where.

Microsoft offers you an easy way to boost performance in Windows 10, as our previous article notes. On the Windows taskbar, clicking the battery icon opens what we know as the power slider, where you can trade lower performance for extended battery life.

Mark Hachman / IDG In Windows 10, finding the Windows power-performance slider is simple: just click the battery icon.

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Does the Windows 11 preview slow down your PC? (PC World Latest News)
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