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RaspberryJam44

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  1. I use Vivaldi on mobile. I used brave and Firefox but Vivaldi had a huge feature set that is good to have in my opinion.
  2. Sorry I'm not very good with laptop picking, I just said hp 2 in 1 because I know they are quite popular where I'm from
  3. HP 2-in-1s have a few options so might be worth checking them out. The stylus Is a 50 dollar extra if you need a stylus for college work
  4. One thing I'd say is make sure you get a phone that will get more than two years of security updates. Currently typing this on a Nokia android that gets 3 years of guaranteed updates which is a big plus for me.
  5. Looks like a pretty nice concept feature, very nice design language with the rounded corners
  6. Cheap windows laptop mostly run slow after updates due to low storage space but for sub 550 you could get a Chromebook if that fits your needs, there's definitely a sub 550 laptop that has sufficient storage, though I'm not sure what that laptop is. Though Linus complains about intel, quite a few good cheap laptops have intel celerons in them, so it might be worth looking at some intel options too
  7. Apple make some of the best tablets on the market, on the subject of android tablets, one of my relatives has a Samsung tablet thats a couple of years old and having used it, all of the apps on their tablet work perfectly fine, so best tablets are from apple and Samsung In my opinion
  8. Looked at some websites and it says that the beeping is usually a beep code sound made by the motherboard, as it couldn't display the error on the monitor, not sure how to stop the beeping I'm not that good with motherboard issues
  9. Found this article on wikihow that has step by step instructions on what to do. Here is the link to the article: https://www.wikihow.com/Block-a-Website-in-All-Web-Browsers
  10. Wareable has a best Smartwatch for Android users that includes wear os devices. Also oppo has the oppo watch global release today and that also has wear os installed and is a square shape like the Asus zenwatch and apple watch. Here is the link to the aforementioned article https://www.wareable.com/smartwatches/best-android-watch
  11. I suppose for sports there is Sky sports, or the American equivalent, but sports packages do cost alot.
  12. Most android phone companies keep their devices updated for 1-1½, I'm pretty sure OnePlus are in that group. A few companies, such as Nokia and fairphone keep their android devices up to date for 3 and 5 years respectively. If you want security and update longevity, iPhone is probably a good option, between the onepluses, I'm not that knowledgeable on the differences between the two.
  13. Summary Google is launching a social network called Google keen (currently being developed by Google's area 120 team) which works similarly to pinterest. You search for something in Google keen and then it will show web links related to your search in the explore section Quotes My thoughts Personally, I probably won't use this service as it isn't really my thing, and Google's history of social networks not becoming popular makes me wonder how long this service will last. I'm sure some people will love the new service but I don't think I'll be one of
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