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New Apple TV (5th Gen, 2017) News: UK Price, Release Date & Specs

What’s next for the Apple TV, and when will Apple launch the fifth-generation model? Is the Apple TV still a ‘hobby’ product (as Steve Jobs once described it), or has the company started taking television seriously? In this article we look at the future of the Apple TV, Apple’s set-top box combining a digital media player, a games machine and a platform for apps with the ability to stream content from iOS devices and Macs to a TV. We examine…

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How to watch the World Cup qualifiers on TV and online

OK so we will admit the first few World Cup qualifiers are a tad dull and meaningless, for the bigger nations at least. Aside from an unlikely upset, it’s not till about now that these matches start to mean something and victories have tangible outcomes. But also, all the football, all the time! When is England playing? England is playing on Friday 1 September vs Malta, and it’ll be live on ITV in the UK with kick off at 7.45pm…

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When will my phone get Android Oreo?

Google has just unveiled Android’s latest version: Oreo. (Read all about what to expect from Oreo here). You’re probably wondering whether your phone will be upgraded to Oreo and when it might get the update. As of now, no official time frame has been given, but expect high-end smartphones to get it first. If you’re using a budget or mid-range phone, you probably won’t be able to get the upgrade, safe for a few exceptions. Let’s break it down by manufacturers,…

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Google Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2: Everything you need to know

Google is rumored to launch a Pixel 2 manufactured by HTC and Pixel XL 2 manufactured by LG, in the near future. ​(Image: File photo) Google released its original Pixel handset in 2016 as a follow-up to the Nexus smartphone lineup. Now it’s time for a 2017 version. Pixel is Google’s reference smartphone lineup, to show off Android’s newest capabilities with timely updates and hardware to support it. The original Pixel and Pixel XL earned high marks in reviews. Now…

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The A to Z of Photography: Exposure compensation

The exposure compensation control on your camera will either take the form of a dedicated dial or, in some instances, be tucked away in your camera’s menu – it’ll be marked with a +/- icon. It’s worth familiarising yourself with this setting, as exposure compensation gives you a great deal of flexibility in fine-tuning your exposure. Your meter is not infallible You’d think that with modern cameras featuring sophisticated metering systems you wouldn’t need to adjust the exposure yourself, but…

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Apple Watch Series 3 News: UK Price, Release Date, Features & Specs

It looks like the next version of the Apple Watch will launch in September 2017, featuring cellular connectivity and the ability to operate independently of an iPhone. We’ve also heard rumours of modular straps for improved heath monitoring – for example, blood sugar monitoring for diabetics. As well as a camera, a better battery and an even brighter, more power-efficient ‘always on’ display. In fact, the closer we come to the rumoured release date, the more rumours we are hearing,…

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Apple Predictions 2017: iPhones, Macs & More Expected This Year

2017 has already been a busy one for Apple, with the launch of new iPads, a slew of new Macs and an all new product called the HomePod. But what else does 2017 have up its sleeves for Apple fans? Well, here at Macworld we’ve donned our prognostication hats, investigated every rumour and trend we could find, all to bring you our predictions for 2017. It has already been a big year, but it sure isn’t over yet. What has…

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Fitbit vs Apple Watch: battle of the fitness smartwatches activity trackers

Want an activity tracker but can’t decide whether to buy a Fitbit wristband or fork out for the rather lovely Apple Watch? We pit Apple Watch vs Fitbit to see which comes out best on various aspects: fitness tracking, heart rate monitoring, design, price, apps, battery life, and so on. Until it launched its new Fitbit Ionic smartwatch Fitbit didn’t actually label its wristbands as smartwatches. Its old Surge device was dubbed a “superwatch”, and it calls the Blaze is a…

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Android Nougat vs Android Oreo: What’s the difference?

Last week Android launched its latest version, Oreo, and it’s already in use on Google phones like Pixel or Nexus 5X. Thousands of Android phones are bound to receive the update in late 2017 or early 2018. You can find out when your phone will likely get Oreo here. On the surface, Oreo does not seem to majorly differ from Nougat, but if you dig a little deeper, you will find there are many new interesting features on the upgrade.…

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