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Realme X2 Pro review: A phone that will surprise you

Although the initial lineup of Realme phones in Europe is somewhat limited (they can be counted on the fingers of one hand), the brand’s reputation and popularity has grown relatively quickly. The Realme X2 Pro is the company’s most expensive model, but it is still among the most competitively priced phones at under £400. In return you get the latest Snapdragon 855+ processor from Qualcomm, which reaches a clock speed of 2.96 Ghz and so will be free from any…

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Worst Tech Of The Decade: 7 Tech Products That Failed In The 2010s

The past ten years have seen plenty of triumphs in the world of tech, from the iPad to Amazon’s smart-talking Echo speakers. But, as is natural for an industry trying to innovate, there were also some absolute stinkers along the way. Here’s our selection of the worst tech we saw this decade. Samsung Galaxy Note 7 This one gives us quite mixed feelings. At the time of its release in 2016, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 was one of the…

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How to Register your Drone in the UK: Everything You Need to Know

Due to various incidents involving drones, (ask anyone who missed their flight from Gatwick in December 2018 if you can’t recall any), there have been changes in regulations surrounding the piloting of these craft. As of 30 November 2019 it is now mandatory to register your drone (weighing over 250g) and complete an online test.  Do I need to register my drone? The Civil Aviation Authority now states that there are two criteria for the use of drones in the UK.…

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Best Games of the Decade: Ultimate PS4, Xbox One, PC and Switch Titles

This decade has been a great one in the world of games; the introduction of the PS4 and Xbox One along with improved graphics engines and more commercial interest meant developers could be more creative with games than ever before, and the results are impressive. We’ve seen amazing reboots, like 2018’s God of War, along with games like Minecraft that have left a lasting impact on the gaming industry. But with literally thousands of titles to choose from, which are…

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Apple sued by NYU doctor over Watch’s heart monitoring

A New York doctor has filed a suit against Apple claiming that the Apple Watch uses heart rate technology that infringes a patent he owns, reports Bloomberg.  Dr Joseph Wiesel filed the suit in Brooklyn, saying the Apple Watch uses technology that copies his own invention – one that Wiesel claims took “pioneering steps” to improve arterial fibrillation detection and can spot “irregular pulse rhythms from a succession of time intervals.” Every Apple Watch except the very first model can…

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Best TV Shows Of The Decade

Condensing down ten years worth of television into a ‘best of’ list is no easy feat. We could award the most critically acclaimed, or look at what smashed in the ratings. But with so many diverse programs to choose from, it seems unfair to put one above another. So here at Tech Advisor, we’ve decided to do things a little differently by awarding shows that are the best in their category. It’s like the Emmys – but from the point…

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WD SN550 NVMe SSD: Good performance, very good price

WD’s new Blue SN550 is a nice improvement on the older SN500, though it still isn’t going to worry the competition with its performance. However, other vendors sure won’t be happy that it’s 10 cents per gigabyte at the 1TB capacity.  Design and features The WD Blue SN550 is a x4 PCIe 3.0, M.2 NVMe SSD in the 2280 form factor. That is, 22 millimeters wide, and 80 mm long. The NAND is 96-layer TLC (Triple Layer Cell/3-bit) with an…

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HP Pavilion x360 14m-dh0003dx review: A sturdy 2-in-1 with dependable quad-core performance

The HP Pavilion x360 14 2-in-1 laptop comes in many flavors, and ours (14m-dh0003dx) should please productivity-minded professionals with its smooth quad-core performance and a keyboard that feels great. Given that it’s $700 from Best Buy before discounts (though we’ve recently spotted it for just $560), we would have liked a bit more battery life, though.  This review is part of our ongoing roundup of the best laptops. Go there for information on competing products and how we tested them. Configuration…

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Amazon Kindle Unlimited: How it works and who should subscribe

If you’re a Kindle user, you’ve undoubtedly come across titles with that Kindle Unlimited logo and an enticing “$0.00” price tag attached. You’re curious, yes? With titles in genres from mysteries and romance to sci-fi and self-help, Kindle Unlimited is an easy and affordable way to sate your appetite for eBooks. Here’s everything you need to know. What is Kindle Unlimited? Kindle Unlimited is a subscription service that’s been likened to Netflix for eBooks. For a monthly fee of $9.99…

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Make the most of YouTube TV with these 14 tips

If you’re looking to cut cable or switch up your current cord-cutting plan, now’s as good a time as any to check out YouTube TV. The $50-per-month channel bundle remains our pick for best live TV streaming service, and that position is only getting stronger with this week’s launch of PBS channels and a price hike to $55 per month for Hulu’s rival live TV service. Although a simple interface is one of YouTube TV’s best qualities, not all of…

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How to Enable Picture-in-Picture Video in Your Browser | News & Opinion

Sometimes, you just want to watch a little Netflix while you trudge through spreadsheets on your laptop. If you don’t have enough room on your screen for work and TV, though, you can use picture-in-picture to overlay a small video on top of your browser—whether it’s Chrome, Firefox, or Safari. Sure, you could just drag out a tab and resize it to fit your needs, but picture-in-picture will always stay on top of your other windows, even when you’re doing…

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Phones and more: The best of everything mobile from 2019

Neither the fanciest nor the cheapest: The most useful gadgets of 2019 Usually these end of year gadget listings are dominated by expensive items such as smartphones and monster desktop PCs. This listing is different. The term best is subjective, but after testing out a number of smartphones, wearables, tablets, and other mobile gear over the past year, I have developed some informed opinions on the tech we use daily. Some devices are clearly the best for everyone, while others…

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Games of the decade: TechRadar’s favorite games from the last ten years

It’s been quite a decade in gaming. We’ve seen consoles come and go, game subscription services rise, remasters reign and technology go beyond beyond our wildest dreams. Streamers have become household names, esports has become a booming industry and we can finally play console-quality games on our phones that put the likes of Snake to shame. The last ten years have been a rollercoaster. But when we look back on the 2010s as a decade, what games will truly stand…

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The Best Email Marketing Software for 2020

What Is Email Marketing Software? Like social media, email marketing is a fundamental tool in almost any digital marketing campaign. Email marketing doesn’t cost much to get started, and you’ll find lots of choices to configure a solution for your company’s needs. In addition, you’ll achieve impressive engagement numbers when you use an email marketing service properly. Therefore, email remains a marketing favorite. Email marketing solutions run the gamut from basic text-based email editors to fully designed HTML or JavaScript…

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2020 Volvo XC60 T8 Polestar review: Excellent but exorbitant

Those 22-inch wheels surround massive Akebono brakes.  Craig Cole/Roadshow Volvo is on a roll. The Chinese-owned Swedish automaker currently fields a compelling range of vehicles, from the compact though suitably premium XC40 crossover to the luxurious S90 sedan to the fun and functional V60 wagon. Its products are upscale, thoughtfully designed and, as always, incredibly safe.  Like Potent and efficient hybrid powertrain Beautifully crafted inside and out Plenty of driver-assistance tech Comfortable accommodations Don’t Like Automatic high beams could be…

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Zego isn’t here to fix the insurance industry | Startups

“Our objective is not to change the insurance industry,” said Sten Saar, the cofounder and CEO of Zego, the fast-growing London-based insurtech startup which offers flexible, on-demand commercial vehicle insurance. Instead, Saar likes to frame his company in similar terms to the electric carmaker Tesla: an innovator that can help push the rest of the industry into the 21st century. © Zego Founded in 2016 by former Deliveroo directors Harry Franks and Saar, alongside CTO Stuart Kelly, Zego started life as a way for…

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5 Microsoft developer tools and technologies to explore in 2020

At the end of 2019, it’s worth looking ahead as you put together your application development plans and your technology roadmaps. The last few years have delivered a lot of change for anyone building on Microsoft’s many platforms, and that pace isn’t slowing down. What should you be looking at in 2020, and why? Here are five options for Windows, for Azure, and beyond. They’re not the only ones, but they should start you on a road to a more…

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TRACED Act signed into law, putting robocallers on notice – TechCrunch

The Pallone-Thrune TRACED Act, a bipartisan bit of legislation that should make life harder for the villains behind robocalls, was signed into law today by the president. It’s still possible to get things done in D.C. after all! We’ve covered the TRACED Act several times previously, as robocalls are, in addition to being horribly annoying, a uniquely annoying high-tech threat. Using clever targeting and spoofing technology, scammers are placing millions of calls that at best irritate and at worst take…

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3D TV Tells You Everything About This Decade’s Tech

The breakout hit of the Consumer Electronics Show in 2010 was a television set. Hard to believe now, maybe, but it’s true; for one shining moment, the Toshiba Cell TV was the most exciting new thing in tech. Its name invoked the overkill processors inside. It was one of the first sets to promise “Net TV Channels” that would let you stream directly from Netflix or Pandora. And it could show pictures in three dimensions. The Cell TV was hardly…

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