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How to Enable WhatsApp’s New Dark Mode on the Web and Desktop – Lifehacker Australia

Had I an option, I’d invert the colours in everything I do; dark mode is just so much easier on the eyes. And while WhatsApp users have been able to play around with dark mode on their apps for some time, only now are you getting the same option on…

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Pixel 4a 5G leaks in official renders showcasing polycarbonate design, more [Gallery] – 9to5Google

The first official renders of the Pixel 4a 5G have now leaked courtesy of an online retailer in the UK, giving us a glimpse at the design and hardware.

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The first official renders of the Pixel 4a 5G have now leaked courtesy of an online retailer in the UK, giving us a glimpse at the design of the upcoming mid-ranger.
We think we know quite a fair bit about the upcoming Pixel 4a 5G, which is likely to be the perfect budget 5G-enabled alternative to the Pixel 5. However, we hadn’t yet seen the upcoming smartphone in the flesh, even despite a few substantial leaks of the “premium” late-2020 Pixel device.
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Microsoft is releasing a non-subscription Office suite in 2021 – Engadget

The company has been pushing Microsoft 365 for years now as the main way to get its Office apps.

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In a blog post announcing the next version of its Exchange Server, Microsoft has slipped in a single line that’s bound to make those who hate paying subscription fees for Office apps happy. “Microsoft Office will also see a new perpetual release for both Windows and Mac, in the second half of 2021,” the tech giant’s Exchange team wrote (as spotted by Windows Central), confirming that a new version of Office you can purchase with a one-time payment is coming next year.
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Microsoft’s Xbox Series X 1TB expandable storage priced at $219.99 – The Verge

Expandable storage for the Xbox Series X / S will start at $219.99. A 1TB option is being provided by Seagate, allowing Xbox Series X and S owners to get more storage for next-gen games.

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We now have a price for next-gen console storage
A 1TB Xbox expansion card compared to an SD card.
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Microsofts first 1TB expandable storage drive for the Xbox Series X / S will be priced at $219.99. Best Buy has started taking preorders for the accessory, revealing a final price that had leaked recently. These expandable storage cards slot into the rear of both the Xbox Series X / S to match the internal SSD speed and provide 1TB of extra storage.
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