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How to Watch Razer Phone 2 Launch Live Stream

Razer has sent out invites to the media confirming an event that many predict will be the grand unveiling of the Razer Phone 2. Like many smartphone launches in 2018, the company is set to live stream the entire event for Razer fans across the world. The issue? It’s a late one for those in the UK and Europe. Here’s all you need to know about the Razer Phone 2 reveal, including start times and how you can watch the…

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Best Honor Phones 2018 – Tech Advisor

Honor is making a great name for itself in the global smartphone market. Owned by Huawei, it’s a separate brand that often takes the exact same specs of a Huawei phone, repackages it, and sells it cheaper. Turns out, that’s a great thing for you the consumer. We tend to ignore Honor’s youth-focussed branding, as these often affordable smartphones are great for everyone (particularly if you like the colour blue, though other colours are available). They often have dual cameras,…

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Best Open World Games 2018

Gaming has come a long way in the past 10-15 years – look at how much Shadow of the Colossus has improved in its remaster to understand what we mean. Graphics are sharper, gameplay is more fast-paced, and developers can create vast, detailed open worlds that simply couldn’t have run on previous generation consoles or older PCs. There’s so much variety in open-world games too, from survival games that pit you against the environment to RPGs with a never-ending questline.…

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How to control Fan Speed: Quiet Your PC

Fans are a very important part of a PC and laptop as they cool the components when things start to get hot. This can also mean that after a few minutes of any intensive tasks your rig starts to sound like an aircraft taking off. You could install quieter fans (in a PC), but here we’ll show you a few ways to control fan speed and quieten your machine for free.  Of course if you want to use the noisy device as…

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How to back up iPhone without iTunes or iCloud

Want to know the first three pieces of advice we give to new iPhone owners? Back up, back up, back up. Your iPhone is full of important and irreplaceable data, from precious photos and messages to health data, business contacts, emails and documents; not to mention dozens of laboriously downloaded apps and games and hundreds of songs. And assuming you don’t back up, you could lose it all if your phone is stolen or broken (which is a sadly common…

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Best VR Deals October 2018

2017 saw some massive price cuts on virtual reality equipment, as both the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift slashed their asking prices by hundreds of pounds in efforts to lure more customers into their ecosystems. Of the big three, only PlayStation VR has stayed the same price – but that still makes it comfortably the cheapest of the bunch. VR is more affordable than ever before – but that doesn’t stop potential purchasers from holding out for sales and special deals as the…

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How to Watch ITV Hub From Abroad

ITV Hub is what the UK TV channel calls its online catch-up service, accessible either through the ITV website or via one of the official apps. It’s the ideal way to catch-up on your favourite ITV shows like Love Island or The X Factor, but there is one big downside: it’s UK only, which means you can’t watch anything on ITV Hub if you live outside the UK, or even if you’re just visiting somewhere else on holiday. Fortunately, there…

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Fortnite Season 6 Week 2 Challenges: Revealed and Explained

With Fortnite’s recently launched season six, Epic Games are continuing their weekly challenges. Every season introduces ten weeks filled with objectives, ranging from following a treasure map to getting eliminations with a certain type of weapon. This week seems to be no different, and we are here to guide you through them. What are Fortnite challenges? In Fortnite, there are two types of challenges: Daily and Weekly. Daily challenges First, we have the daily challenges, with a new daily challenge…

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Verizon activates the world’s first 5G network

The residents of Los Angeles, Sacramento, Houston and Indianapolis are set to receive better download speeds and increased reliability when Verizon launch their brand new 5G network. The operator has said it has launched its 5G Home network across the four cities, making it the very first of its kind in the world. If you’re unsure about all this 5G stuff then take a look at our quick guide here. 5G home will cost roughly $50 per month for Verizon…

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Titans Release Date, Cast, Trailers & How to Watch

Titans is the next upcoming DC Comics TV show, this one based on the Teen Titans group, which includes Robin and a group of other young superheroes and sidekicks (in this instance Raven, Starfire and Beast Boy) teaming up to fight crime.  Titans is a grim ‘n’ gritty take on the material (arguably better known for its light-hearted cartoons), and the first show created for DC Universe – the company’s dedicated streaming platform. DC Universe isn’t out beyond the US…

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Nvidia RTX 2070 release date announced

The RTX series had a bit of a luke-warm reception as they were released last month. The Ray Tracing technology that really sets the card apart as a technological leap forward is not currently being used by a large number of current titles. However, the RTX 2070 which releases on 17 October at £380 ($499) for the standard edition and £569 ($599) for the Founders edition, may be the one to change all of this. Take a look at our…

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Google Chromecast 3 Release Date, Price & Specification Rumours

When the Google Chromecast was announced back in 2013 it was a must-have bit of kit – a £30/$35 HDMI dongle that plugged into the back of any old TV to add smart features including app and cast support. It was then updated in 2015 with a new design, alongside the Chromecast Audio, and the Chromecast Ultra followed in 2016. It’s been all quiet on the Chromecast front ever since, so we’re due an update. Even in 2018 not everyone…

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How To Reset AirPods – Macworld UK

If you’re experiencing problems with your AirPods, such as strange battery drains or intermittent audio, it could be that they need resetting. Yes, the classic ‘turning it off and on again’ as sung in unison by IT support technicians the world over. But how can you do this on a device that has nary a button in sight? In this article we show you the quick way to reboot your wireless earbuds. If you’re waiting for the expected update to…

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What is Windows Sets? – Tech Advisor

Microsoft has announced a new feature that will soon appear in Windows 10. It’s called Sets and it could be a very useful tool for organising the way you work with apps and browser tabs. We take a look at what Sets has to offer and when you can expect to see it on your PC. Tabbed Windows Essentially, Sets is a feature that allows you to have web browser tabs and apps all appear next to each other in…

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iPhone XS Max review – Macworld UK

The introduction of the iPhone X last year meant you could have an entirely new iPhone in your hands with innovative new features such as Face ID and a big screen in a compact body. Now Apple has iterated that design to create the XS, but aside from the gold finish, there isn’t really anything new to see on the outside. What is new, though, is the XS Max, a larger option that gives us the biggest screen yet in…

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American Gods season 2 premiere date, cast, trailers, and news

After an explosive and inventive first season, American Gods is confirmed for a second season. After all, we are only part way through Neil Gaiman’s mammoth fantasy novel that follows the exploits of ex-con Shadow and the mysterious Mr Wednesday. It was thought for a time that the 2001 novel might be too difficult to film given the expansive descriptions of the meetings of gods, but with Gaiman himself closely involved, the first season delivered. With old and new fans…

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Best FIFA 19 Deals: Across All Platforms And Stores

Following what feels like an endless wait, FIFA 19 is finally here. The 28 September midnight release of this year’s ultimate football game (it’s true – check out our FIFA 19 review to see why) leaves many wondering where to find it for the best price. The quickest way to get the game of course is through a digital download. You could buy the game from the PlayStation Store, Microsoft Store or Steam, or Amazon, depending on your platform of…

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iPhone XS Review: Sweet Spot

This is a ‘tock’ year for the iPhone (or, in Apple lingo, an ‘S’ update) and many of us expected a relatively quiet and minor refresh for 2018 after the fireworks of 2017’s iPhone X. Of course, Apple doesn’t really do quiet phone launches, and two of its late-2018 newbies are fascinating: if nothing else the XS Max and XR have enormous screens (the biggest and second-biggest Apple’s ever offered) and the latter’s price tag offers a comparatively affordable entry point…

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Strictly Come Dancing 2018 Contestants, Judges & How to Watch

Strictly fever is once again sweeping the nation as the BBC announces its 2018 contestants. The 18th series of Strictly Come Dancing is airing now, so here’s everything we know so far about this year’s show, including its air time, judges, professional dancers and celebrities. When is Strictly Come Dancing on this week? Strictly Come Dancing 2018 started up on 8 September, and is next on at 6:30pm on Saturday 29 September on BBC One. That pits it right up against X Factor 2018, though,…

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iPhone 7 vs iPhone XS

Whether you bought an iPhone 7 back in 2016 or more recently and you are debating whether to update to an iPhone XS, or if you are thinking of getting a new iPhone and you are wondering whether its really worth spending more than a £1,000 to get an iPhone XS when you could spend half that on a new iPhone 7, we have the answers in our comparison of the two phones. Find out what £1000/$1000 gets you if…

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