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Sarah is a staff writer at TechNorms.com. She is passionate about security and privacy and enjoys explaining tech concepts in the simplest way possible. She loves the outdoors, camps often and never leaves her gadgets behind.
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Office 2019 To Come with Perpetual Pricing, Exciting New Features for Excel

Tech giant Microsoft recently announced their next iteration of Office at Microsoft’s Ignite conference in Orlando. Office 2019 is the next perpetual update for Office and includes perpetual versions of all the Office apps – Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.

Office 2019 will have perpetual versions of Microsoft servers, including Exchange, SharePoint, and Skype for Business. 

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PDFelement 6 Pro is the Ultimate Tool to Manage and Edit PDF Files

In today's paperless world where everyone tries to be eco-friendly, all the file work is done via email or any other online transmission services. PDF is the ultimate file type that everyone has accepted globally.

Where every file work is totally oriented to PDFs, it has gotten a necessity to have a professional tool that helps you do anything with your PDF file making it more compatible, informative and uniform. Hence the solution is PDFelement 6 Pro.

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Amazon Echo: How It’s Changing the Face of Voice-Enabled Technology

Amazon Echo is the next big thing, there is no denying that fact. With over 9 million Amazon Echo devices sold since 2014 in the US, the Alexa AI-based virtual assistant aims to fulfill all your commands, well, almost.

It’s like Siri, except it doesn’t reside on your phone.

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What to Look For When Buying a Dash Cam (A Dash Cam Buyers Guide)

In our Dash Cam Buyers Guide, we have tried to inform you about all the factors you should consider before buying a dash cam which would make the perfect fit for you.

With the popularity of these devices on the increase, you have dash cams with advanced features in the market. Let's look at the main features that make a dashcam useful.

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How to Scan for and Fix Corrupted Files in Windows 10 with PowerShell

Windows 10 is susceptible to a large number of issues if its file system gets corrupted. Neither the OS, not the software will work as expected if the system files are not repaired.

An easy way to resolve such issues is to using Windows PowerShell to scan and fix corrupted files on your system. This should be the first approach before you either go for an external software or get help from others.

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Battle of the Digital Wallets: Samsung Pay Vs Android Pay Vs Apple Pay

Carrying credit and debit cards is so 2016. It's 2017, and it's time to get your hands on a digital wallet. Not sure how...
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Top 10 of the Best Android Watches (2017 Edition)

An Introduction to the Android Smartwatch The hunt for the best Android watches isn't easy since they come in different shapes, features, and designs. The...
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15 Best Gifts and Apps To Make Your Dad More Tech Savvy

It’s father’s day today and after sifting through a huge collection of gifts, we have put together a list of 15 best gifts to make your dad more tech savvy.

We’ve also listed a few apps that’ll help him manage his day-to-day activities better.

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Fuchsia Rumors – Is Google Planning to Replace Android With a New Mobile OS?

Recently, it has emerged that Google is working on its third OS after Android and Chrome OS, called Fuchsia. Google Fuchsia is a universal OS and runs on desktops, tablets, and smartphones. It is a real-time, open source operating system and is based on Google’s own kernel Magenta.

The new OS appeared briefly in August last year, before disappearing into oblivion. However, recent activity on Fuchsia has re-surfaced bringing along all sorts of speculation about Google’s intentions with the OS.

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Red Alert: Your Internet Privacy, Surfing Data is No Longer Secure

The United States Congress has voted to nullify the FCC’s internet privacy and safety laws, which were approved by FCC in the final days of the Obama administration.

These rules averted the ISP’s (Internet Service Providers) from selling their customers’ personal web browsing data including financial, medical or innately private data, but they are up for grabs now.

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