Monthly Archives: June 2017

LG V30 latest rumours – release date, design and features

The LG V20 was hugely popular in late-2016, especially as it was one of the first smartphones to run Android 7.0 Nougat. While it never actually went on-sale in the UK, we have high hopes for LG’s 2017 flagship, the LG V30. The LG V30 is rumoured to still be months away from launch, so […]

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Why immutable buckets are a worthy risk management tool

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Data loss, even if temporary (prior to restoration after a ransomware attack, for example) disrupts business activity and causes reputational damage, driving companies to find better ways to protect their data better to minimise the risks associated with a cyber-attack, hardware failure or any other external or internal threat such as malicious employees. By submitting your personal […]

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2017 Microsoft Surface Pro review  

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The original Surface Pro marked Microsoft’s entry into the tablet market and the 2-in-1 has been refined and improved over the years. We were impressed with the Surface Pro 4 and now, 18 months later, we’re just as bowled over by the Surface Pro. You’ll have noticed the absence of the expected ‘5’ – this […]

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Andy Rubin’s Playground Ventures is raising another $15M

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Playground Ventures — the VC fund co-founded by Android inventor and former Google exec Andy Rubin that sits alongside an eponymous incubator/startup studio and is making some big bets in areas like artificial intelligence and new generations of hardware– is raising more money. A Form D filed with the SEC notes that Playground Ventures is […]

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Phone launches in 2017: the year in smartphone arrivals

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Let’s face it, it’s not always easy to keep track of the latest and greatest phones thanks to the sheer volume of launches every year.  But we at TechRadar are here to help, with our year in smartphone launches arriving to keep you up to date, allowing you to plan the perfect time to upgrade.  […]

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The Best New Products in June, From the New iPad to Coding Robots

Plus: Microsoft’s Surface Laptop, Monument Valley II, and Dyson’s fancy cord-free vacuum. Source link

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Liberty gets go-ahead to challenge Snoopers’ Charter

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The High Court has granted civil rights organisation Liberty permission to challenge the indiscriminate state surveillance powers in the Investigatory Powers Act, also known as the Snoopers’ Charter. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may contact you regarding relevant content, products and special offers. You also agree that your personal information may […]

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Ask the iTunes Guy: Movie metadata, authentication requests, and more

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Sometimes you have to scratch your head at the way things work on a computer, and even more so with iTunes. It’s frustrating to have such quirky problems when all you want to do is listen to your music or watch your movies. This week, I address questions about movie metadata, repeated authentication requests, excess […]

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The Beautiful, Impossible Dream of a Simpler Smartphone

Why is it so hard to build a smartphone that doesn’t drive us crazy? Source link

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Microsoft Surface Laptop review: It's cool enough for school

Microsoft’s Surface Laptop provides excellent battery life inside an attractive package. Move over, MacBook Air. Source link

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