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UK Drone Registration Soon to be Law

For the last few years, you’ve been able to buy and fly a drone in the UK anonymously. You just had to obey the rules of the UK Dronecode and fly only where you were allowed. Now, though, the UK government wants to increase safety and mitigate risks by bringing in drone registration and safety tests. So far there hasn’t been a significant incident involving a drone, but the latest report shows that drones weighing more than 250 grams ”…

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5 Best TV Guide Apps for Freeview, Sky, and Netflix

With so much content now available for TV viewers, keeping up with everything can be a challenge. That’s were TV guide apps can come in handy, as they provide a simple way to know when all your favourite programmes are on. We’ve gathered together some of the best currently available, so you never need miss a show on Freeview ever again. Of course, if you prefer to consume content on your own timescale, then you might want to check out…

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Sony Xperia XZ vs Sony Xperia XZ1

Sony Xperia XZ vs Sony Xperia XZ1 Sony is about to release its newest smartphone from the Xperia series: the Xperia XZ1. Coming just a year after the Xperia XZ (released last September), the XZ1 is set to be a better and stronger version of the previous model. We’ve already reviewed the Xperia XZ in depth, but we’ll now take a good look at the main differences between Sony’s two models. You’ll be quick to notice that both phones look…

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Apple Music Festival 2017 date & lineup rumours & how to get tickets

Is Apple Music Festival happening in 2017? And if so, how do I get tickets? We’ve been expecting Apple to announce its Apple Music Festival – the rebranded version of its popular yearly iTunes Festival – for September 2017 but it now looks like the event has been killed off. In absence of any official announcements from Apple, read on for comment from the venue that’s held the event for the past eight years, and other rumours about Apple Music Festival 2017. Where will…

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Build a DIY Mac for Gaming

Fellow Macworld contributor Kirk McElhearn recently built a mini Hackintosh; that is, a generic PC styled like a Mac mini, on which he installed and ran macOS. This is a road I’ve gone down myself, way back in 2008, when I built my Frankenmac. As Kirk was building a relatively low-end Mac clone, and as Apple has ignored the high-end Mac Pro for so many years, I thought it’d be interesting to build a new high-end Frankenmac. Why build a…

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How to use an external graphics card with a laptop

My desire to power up a laptop with an external graphics card began in 2015, when I set out on a quest to get back into PC gaming—a beloved pastime I’d neglected since childhood. But the only PC I had at the time was a 2011 Lenovo ThinkPad X220 laptop with Intel HD 3000 integrated graphics. That just won’t cut it for proper PC gaming. Sure, the laptop would work well enough for older titles like Diablo III, especially on the…

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Pricing, release date, specs, features and FAQs

Updated June 15: We have our official review of the Surface Pro, which we’ve added below.  With the the Surface Pro (2017), Microsoft has rebooted its flagship Surface product, one of the leading 2-in-1s in the category. It’s also shedding the numerical designations of prior products. If you’ve owned a Surface Pro 4, however, you already have a good idea of what Microsoft has in store for you with the new Surface Pro.  We’ve assembled everything we know about the…

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How to Watch LG V30 Live Stream: LG IFA 2017 Press Conference

If you follow the tech news you won’t be surprised to hear LG will announce a new flagship phone tomorrow morning at the IFA 2017 tradeshow. Read on for full details on how you can catch the LG V30 announcement. What time is the LG V30 live stream? LG will be holding its IFA 2017 press conference at 9am CET on Thursday 31 August 2017, which in the UK is at 8am. Will there be a LG V30 live stream?…

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Yamaha YAS-107 soundbar review: This speaker delivers plenty of bang for the buck

Yamaha’s new YAS-107 soundbar offers several refinements from its predecessor, the YAS-106, and therefore takes its place as our top recommendation in the budget price class.  On the outside, the YAS-107 sports a sleeker shape than its predecessor. On the inside, there are two 1-inch dome tweeters, two 2-1/8-inch midrange drivers, and two 3-inch cone subwoofers in a dual-ported design. There’s a bass port on each end of the soundbar. A 30-watt amplifier is dedicated to the front-left and -right…

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Gear Fit2 Pro Review: Hands-on with Samsung’s new fitness tracker

Samsung used IFA 2017 to unveil new wearables, including the new Gear Sport Smartwatch and an update to its Fit2 fitness tracker, which is now called the Fit2 Pro. Introducing swimming capabilities, continuous heart rate monitoring and more, the Fit2 Pro offers small but important improvements over its predecessor for fitness enthusiasts. Here, we share our first impressions of the new model. Gear Fit2 Pro: Price & Availability The Fit2 Pro doesn’t come cheap. It’s £209 / $199, which is…

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How to use Mixer: Live stream games on Microsoft’s gaming platform

While many people associate livestreaming games with Twitch and YouTube, Microsoft also offers a platform for budding livestreamers dubbed Mixer. It boasts unique features, and even offers built-in support for Xbox One and Windows 10, meaning gamers don’t need to download any additional software to broadcast their gameplay to the platform.  Here, we explain what Mixer is, why it’s different to the competition and how to broadcast to Mixer from PC, Xbox One and even iOS & Android. What is…

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How to upgrade to Windows 10

If you have a genuine version of Windows 7 or 8.1 then upgrading to Windows 10 is relatively simple. After the upgrade process, you won’t get a licence key, but here’s why Windows 10 doesn’t need one. As the free upgrade ended in July 2016, Windows 10 home now costs £99.99 and Windows 10 Pro costs £189.99 to download. There isn’t a cheaper ‘upgrade’ version like there used to be: Microsoft only sells ‘full versions’ of Windows 10. However, you can get…

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Sony Xperia XZ1 vs Sony Xperia XZ1 Compact

Sony Xperia XZ1 vs Sony Xperia XZ1 Compact Sony is about to release its newest smartphones from the Xperia series: the Xperia XZ1 and Xperia XZ1 Compact. If you’ve been wanting to get a new smartphone and are not sure which of this two models will be the better fit for you, here are the main differences between the XZ1 and XZ1 Compact. Sony’s newest phones have lots of similarities, especially in design (they resemble most Xperia phones). The XZ1…

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How to build a PC: A step-by-step guide

AMD’s disruptive Ryzen processors and Intel’s new Core i9 chips have sparked a wave of interest in PC building, but some people still hesitate at the idea of crafting a custom PC. Don’t! Building your own PC isn’t some arcane art or esoteric skill that only the most hardcore of hardware geeks can pull off. In fact, assembling a DIY PC is pretty straightforward once you’ve settled on your parts list.  Rolling your own computer offers a number of advantages that…

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Asus Chromebook Flip C302CA review: A versatile laptop with lots to love

The Asus Chromebook Flip C302CA is ahead of its time. All Chromebooks shipping in 2017, including the Chromebook Flip, can run Android apps natively. We’ve tried Android apps on Chrome and can see lots of potential for broadening a Chromebook’s capabilities. We really wanted to review this feature on the Chromebook Flip, but as of this writing, the technology remains in beta.  Meanwhile, we can still appreciate the Chromebook Flip for its higher-end components and performance. They’ll cost you—$499 for our model (a lower-end version…

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iPhone 7 Plus vs Samsung Galaxy Note 8

Samsung announced its new Note 8 phablet at a press event on 23 August. This is a critical launch for the company: it comes a year after the release of the ill-fated Note 7, which was recalled after battery problems caused handsets to overheat and in some cases catch fire. Some consumers, then, may need extra persuasion to rejoin the Samsung army – but the Note 8 looks like a valiant effort to do just that, with an array of…

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How to cancel Netflix in iTunes: Turn off subscription renewal on iOS & Mac

When you sign up for Netflix using the iPhone, iPad or Apple TV app then you are given the option of using iTunes billing to pay for your subscription. The ‘iTunes billing’ feature makes it easy to subscribe to services like Netflix, by paying for it monthly using your App Store account, just as you would any other app. But what happens when you want to cancel your Netflix subscription? While you can’t cancel via the Netflix website, you can…

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How to unlock an iPhone or iPad without pressing the Home button

One change in iOS 10 had a lot of people worked up. It wasn’t a massive change to the operating system, and it certainly didn’t make a big splash during Apple’s keynote, but it has fundamentally changed the way some people use their iPhone and iPads. Apple changed the way we unlock our iPhones. As of iOS 10, you have to press the Home button to unlock your phone, where before you could just rest your finger tip on the…

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