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These Fitness, Health and Gym WordPress themes are versatile and highly customizable themes which you can use to make your gym's website, fitness blog or yoga class website stand out from the crowd.

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Google Chromecast is great when it works, but often there are numerous problems when the device fails to connect, unable to cast to Chromecast, unable to discover devices, timeouts and buffering. Here is a guide to help fix Chromecast problems.

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We look at PetRockBlog's PowerBlock for adding a hardware power switch to a Raspberry Pi for clean shut downs wihout the need for yanking the cable out.

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Your customers are everywhere, different locations, different devices and different types of content. As you reinforce your SEO strategy with the latest techniques, local search should be a key tactic.

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You’ve probably heard over and over that you should be shooting in RAW, but what is RAW and why should you use it? We take a look at RAW photography and why you should be making the effort to shoot RAW.

Security threats to our smart devices are endless. We look at 10 of the best security apps to protect your computers, phones and tablets - https://techmantium.com/top-10-security-apps-2018/

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Whether you accidentally deleted a file, had a hard drive failure or suffered a corrupt SD, these tools can help you recover your precious data - https://techmantium.com/best-free-data-recovery-tools-2018/

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Spruce up your Visual Studio IDE with this collection of popular light and dark colour schemes - https://azuliadesigns.com/visual-studio-themes/

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The default Camera app on your phone can take some pretty incredible photos during the day, and newer phones can even make nighttime shots look good, but you can't just point and shoot if you want to capture some pretty spectacular fireworks photos.

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Create Time-lapse videos using a Raspberry Pi to take a picture from a webcam at a regular interval, such as every minute, then use an application to stitch the pictures together into a video. Times flies.
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