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Tesla Model 3 gets a maximum, 5-star safety rating in Australia

Source: ANCAP ANCAP (Australasian New Car Assessment Program) has given the Tesla Model 3 EV a 5-star ANCAP safety rating, the highest possible rating that a car can get. According to ANCAP report, “a score of 96% was achieved by the Tesla Model 3 for Adult Occupant Protection with full points achieved for the driver in three of four destructive crash tests”. Tesla Model 3 EV gets the full points of safety for a head-on crash to front passengers and…

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Rising Stars in VR

Thought you were way ahead of the curve? Think again. There’s a whole load of entrepreneurs and industry leaders who’re making staggering advances in virtual reality. What’s more, the men and women are driving innovation with the help of VR across countless industries, from media and advertising to education and healthcare. But, who are they? Cortney Harding Founder, Friends With Holograms Cortney Harding, Founder, Friends With Holograms Cortney Harding started Friends With Holograms two years ago and has since enjoyed…

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Which social media platforms are right for your business?

Facebook, Instagram and Twitter – strengths and weaknesses Traditional methods of marketing have become a thing of the past and businesses are turning to social media platforms to connect with consumers. The public relations team at Adoni Media have become experts in effectively using multiple social media platforms to produce successful growth for their business Here are the pros and cons of each platform to help you decide which works for your business. Facebook Strengths: Targeted advertising – Facebook allows…

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Reserve your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 now, receive it on August 23rd

What we know about Samsung Galaxy Note 10 It’s officially summer, so that means one thing: The next Galaxy Note is nearing release. Here’s everything we know so far. Read more: https://zd.net/326mIMm As a die-hard fan of the Samsung Galaxy Note line, it’s a given that I will be upgrading from my awesome Note 9 to the Note 10. Last year I purchased my Note 9 using the Samsung Upgrade Program and I am 10 days away from being eligible…

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The 10 best full-frame mirrorless cameras in 2019

Until quite recently choosing the best full-frame mirrorless camera wasn’t that difficult, simply because there were only a few such cameras available. Sony pretty much had the market to itself, with its A7-series cameras catering for enthusiasts and professionals working across many applications, and its A9 model giving sports photographers the most credible alternative to flagship DSLRs.  Then Canon and Nikon joined the party, before Panasonic pitched in with its own offerings. Now, on top of some more left-field models…

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PCMag.com Readers’ Choice/ Business Choice Survey Sweepstakes Rules

Take our Printer Survey OFFICIAL SWEEPSTAKES RULES NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. A PURCHASE WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED. Readers’ Choice Sweepstakes (the “Sweepstakes”) is governed by these official rules (the “Sweepstakes Rules”). The Sweepstakes begins on July 15, 2019, at 12:00 AM ET and ends on August 4, 2019, at 11:59 PM ET (the “Sweepstakes Period”). SPONSOR: Ziff Davis, LLC, with an address of 114 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10011 (the…

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How Startups Compete For Top Tech Talent | Startups

It is every startup’s dream to attract the best tech talent when scaling their business, yet it is not always an easy process for smaller enterprises. As challenging as everything from hiring to standing out from big competitors can be, attracting the right candidates for your organisaiton is far from impossible. In some ways startups have the edge in attracting talent – for example, compared to large corporates, they could have more appealing company culture, job perks, and hands-on training.…

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NPM: Free public JavaScript registry will continue

Is the public NPM JavaScript package registry going away? NPM, the company behind the popular online repository of Node.js and JavaScript code, insists it will remain, despite a recent rumor to the contrary. The company wants to dispel any notion that the public registry will be eliminated or that its elimination was ever under consideration. NPM is, in fact, continuing the public registry while also making recent improvements to its behind-the-firewall, commercially licensed, private registry for enterprises. Rumor of a…

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You can be sued for posting a negative online review

Online reviews are a blessing and a curse. When they’re glowing, a single review can boost business and improve morale. A bad review can be hurtful and drive away customers. Since many reviews are anonymous, the web is full of unfiltered vitriol, and people are getting savvy that you cannot trust negative reviews. Not to mention all the reviews that are actually fake, even on mainstream sites like Amazon. Some businesses have taken action, and the results are controversial: commenters…

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Office 365’s new device management tool is made for IT, but consumers would like it too

Correction: Microsoft representatives told PCWorld that the company began providing the automatic sign-out feature to consumers in May, meaning that consumer Office 365 users already have the same feature businesses will. The previous version of the story also incorrectly stated that number of available of licenses in an Office 365 Home subscription: six, not five as previously stated.  Microsoft plans to smooth out the Office 365 activation process, removing the need to manage which devices are actively subscribed to Office…

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Msholo the African elephant leaves San Diego for Atlanta

An African elephant that spent a decade at San Diego Zoo Safari Park has moved across the country to a new home at Zoo Atlanta. The Union-Tribune reported Saturday that 30-year-old Msholo (mi-SHOW-low) arrived last week at the Zambezi Elephant Center. Msholo and two female African elephants, Kelly and Tara, will be the main attractions at Zoo Atlanta’s new African Savanna habitat, which opens Aug. 8. Msholo was brought to the U.S. from Swaziland in 2003. He arrived in San…

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Teens win millions in video game competition

CLOSE The 100 players are seen on a TV screen during the final of the Solo competition at the 2019 Fortnite World Cup July 28, 2019 inside of Arthur Ashe Stadium, in New York City. (Photo: Johannes Eisele, AFP/Getty Images) A trio of teens took the top awards at the Fortnite World Cup this weekend in New York. At the biggest “Fortnite” tournament to date, with $30 million in prizes awarded, Kyle “Bugha” Giersdorf, 16, won $3 million Sunday by beating…

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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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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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AT&T offers 17.3-inch Samsung Galaxy View 2 Android tablet as portable DirecTV viewing device

Samsung Galaxy View 2 Samsung seems to have a bit of an odd fascination with gigantic tablets (albeit one that the buying public doesn’t appear to share). In 2015, it launched a huge 18.4-inch Android slate, the Galaxy View, that weighed nearly six pounds. Undeterred by consumers’ shift from tablets to smartphones for content consumption, the company is back at it with a new large-scale tablet that has a slightly smaller screen but a much bigger battery. While Samsung sold…

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This AirPower rival shows why you need to do your research, smart reporting shows

After the original AirPower mat from Apple was finally confirmed as dead on arrival, users have been hunting for a decent replica. It looked like one had been found, but that might not be the case. An AirPower alternative from AirUnleashed promises to charge three devices at once, just like the original device was going to – but some digging from PhoneArena shows there are some elements you’ll want to be aware of. PhoneArena is pointing to the fact the…

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