How to upload files to Google Drive using computer: A complete guide

Here’s how to upload files to Google Drive on computer | Representative image Google Drive is one of the safest places to store your files. It not only keeps your file but also lets you access them from anywhere at any time on multiple platforms like computers, Smartphone or your tablet. You can upload a variety of files on Google Drive, like: Documents Images Audio Video There are different ways to upload content to Google Drive. Which one is right for you depends on where you store your information and…

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Global Distance Learning Market 2019, Trend, CAGR Status, Growth, Analysis and Forecast to 2024

The company provides a detailed analysis of the market and future aspects of the Distance Learning Market. It focuses on critical and critical data that makes it a very important tool for research, experts, analysts, and managers to achieve ready-to-access analysis. The report provides an inclusive analysis of the Distance Learning market size forecast from 2018-2025. The report embraces the complete information of the key players involved in the worldwide Distance Learning market. In addition, it provides its market share by various regions with the company and product introduction and their…

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OnePlus Expands To IoT Products And Offline Stores

After its success in the smartphone market, Shenzhen, China-based startup, OnePlus, is now looking to explore the Internet of Things (IoT) market and expand offline retail stores in India. In a recent report, OnePlus said that it is planning to aggressively expand its presence offline, and develop new categories of IoT products made for India. However, apart from its IoT-powered smart TV, the details of other products were not disclosed by the company. Also, during the launch of its flagship product, the OnePlus TV Q1 Pro in September 2019, the company had…

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5 Products to Dry-Style Your Curls as the Days Get Colder

As those who have it know, curly and highly textured hair requires a lot of water, moisture, and attention. But as the weather gets colder and calendars fill up with holiday festivities, not everyone has the time to pull out a diffuser, or wash-n-go and risk having frozen hair—or getting sick. Luckily, a set of new dry-styling products designed specifically for curly textures are here to help your curls look just as good as they did on day one. When custom haircare brand Prose was developing their first-ever dry shampoo, they were conscious of curly-haired…

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Microsoft has a new way to keep your computer’s firmware from being hacked

In the constant cat and mouse game that is PC security, hackers have increasingly turned to firmware exploits to carry out their attacks. There are a couple of reasons for the uptick. One obvious one is that firmware, as the code that defines the relationship between hardware and software, is vitally important to any computer. Another major issue is that firmware is often written by hardware manufacturers instead of operating system developers like Microsoft. This means there are countless different varieties of firmware, each with their own particular set of…

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Redefine How You See Products To Sell More With CPQ

Bottom Line: Next-generation configurable products sold through Configure, Price, and Quote (CPQ) channels will need to flex and scale to a broader range of customer needs than ever before, making real-time integration of product design, engineering, quality production and sales a must-have to succeed. What A Successful CPQ Product Strategy Looks Like In 2020 Supporting short-notice production runs, achieving higher product quality levels, and launching next-generation products that are more configurable to customer needs is how manufacturers are going to grow in 2020 and beyond. Walk any factory floor where configure-to-order…

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Why it’s dangerous to liken DNA to computer code

Watson and Crick with a model of DNA, the code of biological life, in 1953. Photograph: A Barrington Brown/Science Photo Library Afew days ago, on my way to a discussion in the exquisite little McCrum theatre, which is hidden away in the centre of Cambridge, I had to pass through the courtyard of the Eagle pub in Bene’t Street. As I did so, I suddenly remembered that this is the hostelry where, on 28 February 1953, Francis Crick, rushing in from the nearby Cavendish Lab, announced to astonished lunchers that he and James Watson…

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Vape tracking tech is here to weed out counterfeit THC products

As the CDC looks into the cause behind hundreds of possible cases of vaping-related illnesses in 36 states, people are (rightly) thinking twice about vaping. While the Trump administration has moved to ban flavored e-cigs in the wake of the outbreak, it’s unclear whether the rash of illnesses and deaths are due to vaping itself, which the FDA has scarcely regulated so far, or if the CBD, THC, or nicotine product that was vaped was counterfeit or tampered with in some way. One cannabis company is not waiting around to find out. Akerna, the…

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