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Gaming Console and Games

Gaming Consoles and Games Our Gaming Section provides Gaming Articles, Videos, Products and Social Media Posts. Enjoy the best that gaming has to offer with our range of games consoles. If you’re wondering which games console to buy yourself, a friend or family member and are finding it tough considering there’s so much choice? Nintendo has the Switch, Sony has the PlayStation 4 and PS4 Pro, and Microsoft is soon to add the Xbox One X to its line-up. We have…

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Mobile Phones and Smart Devices Here at Tech on the Web, we have great deals and offers on all mobile phones. With the widest choice of networks… Get the latest & greatest mobile phone deals from the one of the best Mobile Phone Resouce and Shop. All  major networks are available. Buy Phones unlocked or on a network, upfront, or choose to pay monthly. Mobile Phones & Smart Watches. The latest in portable and wearable technology! Get it today in our Mobile…

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Computers and Technology Stay ahead with IT management and technology news, blogs, jobs, case studies, we cover a wide range of technology topics, including software, security, Keeping up-to-date with the latest advances in technology can be challenge. Our range of top computer resources will keep you in the know. Looking for Computing and Technology products? We have it all in our Computer and Technology section of our Shop. We are one of UK’s leading supplier of computer hardware and PC components.…

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Windows 10 May 2019 update brings Updateception

by Ben Funk — 12:00 PM on May 22, 2019 Microsoft has released a the May 2019 update for Windows 10, also known as version 1903. To celebrate the occasion, the Windows maker has also made some changes to the way Windows updates are delivered to PCs across the world. A blog post from Windows Servicing and Delivery Director John Cable covers an update for Windows 10 versions 1803 and 1809 that will enable PCs to get the latest feature update for…

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Crow Review for iPhone & iPad

Crow Review for iPhone & iPad Google+ Twitter Facebook In this video I review Crow for iOS on the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. Crow is one of the most unique games I’ve ever played with awesome presentation, fantastic music and decent graphics and gameplay. source

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Huawei devices disappear from Microsoft Store and Best Buy, but remain on Amazon, Newegg

Microsoft appears to have pulled Huawei’s Matebook X Pro from its online shelves, and Best Buy, too, has followed suit. Huawei phones and devices are still available from Amazon and Newegg as of this posting, however. Neither the Huawei Matebook X Pro nor the Huawei Matebook 13 appear on Microsoft’s Store site, though at least the Matebook X Pro appeared previously, as the Verge noted. The only reference to Huawei on the site is via third-party apps that reference Huawei…

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Ramp up your old PC’s performance with these mouth-watering SSD bargains

Adding a solid state drive is still the single best upgrade you can give an aging PC. If you have a newer desktop or laptop with an M.2 NVMe slot, then that’s even better. But for older devices still rocking a standard (and slow) mechanical hard drive, a SATA III SSD provides an amazing improvement in speed and responsiveness. Seriously: The difference between a hard drive and an SSD can’t be overstated.  Today, we’ve got two stunning SSD deals for…

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New Apple Product Predictions 2019: Find Out What’s Launching Soon

March 2019 was pretty action-packed for Apple, launching not only new hardware with its iPad mini, iPad Air, new iMacs and AirPods, but also revealing the details of its upcoming subscription services Apple TV+, News+ and Apple Arcade, and in the US only a new Apple Pay-integrated credit offering in Apple Card. But 2019 still has lots of exciting new Apple products to come, with at least two more special events in the wings. We’re hoping to see new Macs…

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Best big phone 2019: Phablets worth buying

Your buying guide for the best big phones in 2019 Phones used to be small. Even the first iPhone only had a 3.5in display that today looks remarkably tiny. The iPhone XS Max has a 6.5in display, and it isn’t the only phone with one that big. In fact, Apple was relatively late to the big phone party. You may have heard the term phablet, which means phone-tablet. If you’re anything like us, you might even want to use a large…

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Xiaomi M365 Pro Review: An Electric Scooter With a 45km Range

We’ve already tested out Xiaomi’s popular M365 scooter. And there’s a reason why it’s chosen by so many: it’s affordable, well built and is generally a great all-rounder. For 2019, Xiaomi has decided to launch a Pro version. It looks much the same, but has a more powerful motor and much more battery capacity, so it can take you not just from A to B, but also to C, D and probably E too. Price & availability You can buy…

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Asus ZenFone 6 Review: It’s a Flipper

After months of leaks and teasers Asus finally revealed the ZenFone 6 at an event in Valencia, and it certainly offers something different to most flagships on the market. It boasts a gorgeous all-display design with a camera array that flips between the back and front to cover all your photography needs. But, is it a gimmick or has Asus cracked the formula for the perfect bezel-less design? We’ve spent some time with the Asus ZenFone 6, and here’s what…

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OnePlus 7 Pro vs Galaxy S10: What’s the Difference?

OnePlus has always competed in the mid-range of the smartphone market, at least in terms of price. But with the OnePlus 7 Pro is now taking on the flagship end in a different way. Here we compare the new phone with the mighty Samsung and its Galaxy S10. The firm also has the OnePlus 7, which is a mid-range phone, but it’s a minor update to the 6T so it’s the Pro model that’s really exciting this year and hitting…

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Worst Uses Of Technology: The Companies With The Most Dystopian Tech

Thomas Macaulay Tom is online editor. He studied English Literature and History at Sussex University before gaining a Masters in Newspaper Journalism from City University. He’s particularly interested in the public sector and the ethical implications of emerging technologies. By Thomas Macaulay | May 22, 2019 Share Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Here at Techworld, we love to shine a light on the good deeds done by tech companies, but the promised path to techno-utopianism has taken many dark turns in recent years.…

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Microsoft and Sony to collaborate on game-streaming technology together

Microsoft is helping Sony on its next game console – or at least the game-streaming service that will be running on it: Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and Sony CEO Kenichiro Yoshida today announced their partnership and the pair’s plans to work together on game-streaming and artificial intelligence. The cornerstone of the partnership is Microsoft’s Azure cloud technology that currently powers a huge number of web applications and streaming services – which both Sony and Microsoft will continue to explore in…

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You May Be Able to Find Invisible Malware, But the Fix Is Hard

Knowing there’s such a thing as invisible malware that’s beyond the reach of your anti-malware software is scary enough. But what about when you learn that, even if you do locate this stuff, you might not be able to get rid of it? Unfortunately, depending on the type of hardware-based malware we’re talking about, that might well be the case. I already wrote last week about the problem of invisible malware, which can exist in your computer’s Basic Input/Output System…

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Google to charge phone vendors for its Android apps in Europe

European Union hits Google with $5 billion fine over Android antitrust practices Search giant told to change its practices in 90 days. After receiving a record-breaking €4.34 billion fine in the EU for violating anti-trust laws, Google has announced today changes to Android’s licensing model for the EU zone. The company plans to charge a fee to all Android phone makers that want to include free versions of its Google apps with the default versions of the Android OS they…

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How to Try Windows 10 for Free for 90 Days | News & Opinion

Those of you still running Windows 7 or another older version of Windows may be wondering if you should finally make the leap to Windows 10 (you should). Microsoft long ago pulled the plug on its free Windows 10 upgrade for Windows 7 and 8.1 users, which means you now have to shell out money for a license if you want to upgrade your current PC to the latest flavor of Windows. Microsoft is due to end Windows 7 support…

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How to make the most of Roku voice controls

If you want to control a Roku player or Roku smart TV by voice, you have lots of options. Many Roku devices include a remote control that supports voice commands, and you can also control Roku hands-free with an Amazon Echo or Google Home smart speaker. But along with all those voice control options comes several limitations, especially when it comes to launching videos or TV channels directly. Knowing what Roku can and can’t do will spare you some headaches…

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Amazon is selling the Fire 7 Kids Edition Kindle tablet for an all-time low price of $60

Amazon’s Fire Kids Edition tablets are a popular pick for parents with good reason: they’re solid tablets with great warrantees at a great price. And today, Amazon has slashed the price of the Fire 7 Kids Edition to an all-time low of $60Remove non-product link, down from a list price of $100. This full-featured tablet allows kids to watch, read, listen, and play, while giving parents peace of mind. A two-year worry-free guarantee and an included protective case help safeguard against…

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Hands on with HP’s Omen X 2S 15: The world’s first dual-screen gaming laptop

Amid a growing crowd of super-thin, super-light and super-fast gaming laptops, HP’s Omen X 2S 15 just jumped above the noise. Sure this sub-five-pound laptop features an 8-core, 9th-gen Core i9-9880H CPU and a GeForce RTX 2080 Max-Q GPU—those specs are a given on any high-end laptop. But all those other laptops don’t have a six-inch touchscreen in the keyboard deck. The Omen X 2S 15 does.   Adam Patrick Murray The HP Omen X 2S 15 features an 8-core 9th gen…

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Acer Predator Triton 500 Review: This thin and light laptop even has GeForce RTX

Acer’s Predator Triton 500 is a gaming laptop we’d actually want to carry around. Sure, we may look hungrily at a monster gaming laptop that’s nearly as fast as a desktop gaming PC. But if you have to take it with you, the era of thin, light and powerful gaming laptops is a godsend. This review is part of our ongoing roundup of the best gaming laptops. Go there for information on competing laptops and how we tested them, and up-to-date…

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The dream of dual-booting Windows 10 on Chromebooks appears dead

It sounded dreamy. Late last year, signs of an “AltOS” mode appeared in Google code, indicating that the company was working on a way to let you dual-boot into Windows 10 on high-end Chromebooks like the Pixelbook. It was apparently too good to be true, alas, as new developments suggest that Google abandoned the secretive “Project Campfire” months ago. Poking around Chromium code, Redditor u/crosfrog noticed comments stating AltOS mode is now deprecated, as first reported by Kevin Tofel at…

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Sony Xperia 1 vs Xperia XZ3

Sony has updated its flagship range with the new Xperia 1, but how much of a step forward is the handset from its predecessor that only appeared six months ago? We take a look at the differences between the Xperia 1 and the Xperia XZ3. Xperia 1 vs XZ3: Price and availability The new Xperia 1 is available to pre-order now on a range of plans from Carphone Warehouse, EE, O2, Sky Mobile and Vodafone, and has a SIM-free price of £899. It’s expected to ship on…

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