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Whether it is just a matter of curiosity or a genuine need to know, how do you tell if two DVDs are exactly the same? Today’s SuperUser Q&A looks at some different ways to find out.

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While you may not realize it, some of the most common and popular items you use every day had their beginnings with NASA! SciShow Space looks at four of these popular and widely used inventions in today’s video.

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Yesterday we went on a grand tour of Minecraft’s geography. Closely tied to the biomes we just studied are the structures found within them. From sprawling (and not so sprawling) villages to temples left to collapse deep in the jungles, the Minecraft world isn’t as untouched as it might seem.

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Motherboards include integrated graphics, sound, and network hardware — but is it good enough, or do you need to buy discrete components when building your own PC?

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We are all well aware of what a ‘normal’ sized volcano can do, but imagine ones so powerful they can cause climate collapse, mass extinction, and more! YouTube channel SpaceRip looks at Earth’s super volcanoes and their effect on our planet in the past in today’s video.

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Bluetooth mice are conveniently cordless but it’s very frustrating when they lose their connection; read on as we troubleshoot a reader’s Windows laptop and help them keep their mouse awake and in communication with their computer.

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In our first Minecraft lesson we learned how to start a simple world and move around it. Today, it’s time to learn about all the cool biomes and terrain you’ll run into while moving around your new world.

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Google just made a huge change to the way app permissions work on Android. Apps already on your device can now gain dangerous permissions with automatic updates. Future apps can gain dangerous permissions without asking you, too.

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