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The Best Laptops for College Students

A Laptop That Lasts If you’re a student, a laptop is as essential as your textbooks and school ID. And it’s not just for school work. It should also be able to handle extracurricular activities, such as social networking, watching movies, listening to music, posting photos, gaming, video chatting with the ‘rents back home, and so on. And of course, the best laptops for college students need to last for the long haul, preferably through four years of undergrad and…

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How to change your email address without losing your friends

Think of all the places where your old email address resides, outside of your immediate control, waiting to give people plenty of false information. There are other people’s address books, old messages in people’s inboxes, websites that use your address as your logon name, and your business cards. Changing your email address can be quite a chore. 1. Keep the old address for a little while The first thing you need to do is check with your old mail provider…

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HostGator Web Hosting Review & Rating

Every business needs a website, and for that you need a web hosting service. It doesn’t matter if it’s a fully functioning e-commerce setup or a simple page with little more than your contact information. The feature-packed HostGator boasts wallet-friendly prices, and it offers plenty of tools to webmasters. HostGator has quality dedicated and virtual private server (VPS) server packages, but its shared plans are one of the reasons why the company stands out from the very crowded web hosting…

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Google Home Review UK – Tech Advisor

You’ve heard of the Amazon Echo, now meet Google Home. A new smart home speaker from the daddy of online search and services, it should be the smart device to rule them all. It’s behind the Echo in development, and still has much to learn, but even today the Google Home is a top buy and it’s improving every day. In August 2017, for example, Google has added the ability to use the Home as a Bluetooth speaker, and it…

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Xiaomi Mi A1 – How to Buy in UK, Price, Features & Specs

Xiaomi has in India announced its Mi A1, which differs from the other handsets in the company’s line-up by running not MIUI but Android One, meaning it has full access to Google services out of the box. Xiaomi now has five Mi Home stores in India, with the first opening in May 2017. In the next year it plans to open a further 100 stores in India, suggesting the company has big plans for the country. What is Android One?…

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How to Make Automated Table of Contents in Microsoft Word

When creating a structured document in Word it’s generally a good idea to include a table of contents. Not only does this allow readers to find the information they need quicky and easily, but it also lends the publication a level of professionalism. Thankfully Microsoft has built tools into its all-conquering Office suite that makes this a simple task. We show you how to create an automated table of content in Word. If you haven’t got Word yet, then check out our…

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How to use Apple Pay in the UK

If you have an iPhone or Apple Watch you can use it to securely pay for goods at contactless terminals in shops around the UK thanks to Apple Pay, Apple’s contactless payment system. Apple Pay also makes it possible for you to pay for goods online without entering your card details.  As of May 2017 it has been possible to pay for goods with a value higher than £30 using Apple Pay on your iPhone or Watch. Previously all contactless…

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Best wireless keyboards: Cut the cord with Bluetooth and USB models offering extras galore

A wireless keyboard frees you from more than a cable. It frees you from the crummy slab you got for free with your PC—does anyone like that one?—and it gives you options. The models we’ve reviewed vary in size, weight, key design, and compatibility with other operating systems and devices. Keyboard have a long shelf life—most of the models we reviewed in 2016 remain on sale, including our top pick, the Iogear Quietus RF Desktop. Best of all, their prices…

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Dell Precision 3520 Review & Rating

The Dell Precision 3520 (starts at $999, $2,208 as tested) is a business laptop that straddles both the old and new eras of mobile computing. From the outside, it’s a rectangular black box that looks much the same as desktop replacement notebooks have for more than 15 years, and it comes with the robust business-friendly and IT features that Precision-brand workstations are known for. But once you open the lid, you’re treated to a full HD glossy display with brilliant…

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How to mirror Android SMS alerts on an iOS device

So here I am, an Android phone in one hand and an iPad in the other. My trusty Nexus 5X is by my side most of the day, but occasionally I set it aside for a midday charge, leaving me with nothing but my iPad to work with. The only problem with that setup is when my 5X is elsewhere, my iPad has no way of warning me about incoming calls and texts on my Android device. If only there…

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How the largest AR experience in the world was built | Developers

In February 2017, together with World Wildlife Fund, ArtScience Museum and Google Zoo, MediaMonks launched a large-scale mixed reality experience “Into The Wild” to help people in Singapore experience the devastating effects of deforestation and learn more about some of the world’s most endangered species and their habitats. It was the world’s first Tango-enabled smartphone Lenovo Phab 2 Pro, and guided visitors through personalised digital adventures, which started with AR on the ground floor of the exhibition space, before transitioning…

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Astell&Kern AK XB10 Bluetooth DAC and amp review: Wireless, hi-res audio for any headphones

Anyone who’s invested in great-sounding wired headphones and wants the opportunity to add high-res streaming capabilities to those cans should take a serious look at Astell&Kern’s AK XB10 Bluetooth DAC and headphone amp. A design that’s all Astell&Kern The AK XB10 comes in the shape of a small puck, measuring just shy of 2 inches in diameter. The DAC is rated for about five hours of active use and 300 hours of standby. The five-hour run-time is a disappointment. In…

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Destiny 2 News: Release Date, UK Price, Platforms, Gameplay & DLC

Destiny was one of the most anticipated games of 2014, though it arrived to some disappointment after failing to live up to developer Bungie’s ambitious promises. A series of expansions and content updates dramatically improved the game though, and all eyes are on Destiny 2 to take those improvements one step further – it’s already one of the games we’re most looking forward to this year. After months as an open secret, Destiny 2 was officially announced in early 2017, and…

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OnePlus 5 Review: Continued excellence at a higher price

OnePlus just graduated. It’s no longer in the second division, pushing for the big time. The OnePlus 5 is technically brilliant and is the natural product of the last three years for the company.  From 2014’s OnePlus One to today, these phones have shown mobile tech’s natural progression to where it is now. The only thing is, when you release a phone every few months there is only so much you can change. The OnePlus 5 is an exquisitely designed,…

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Apple HomePod news: release date, UK price and features

Apple’s Siri speaker is official, and it’s called HomePod. So it’s like an iPod, for the home. Branding is easy isn’t it? Although not out yet, Apple announced the HomePod at WWDC in June 2017. The product was long rumoured, the company decided to steer away from positioning it as a direct rival to Google Home or Amazon Echo by concentrating on the quality of the speaker. Here’s a run down of all you might want to know about the…

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Microsoft Office 2016 for PC price and buying guide

For years now, Microsoft Office has become the standard software suite for consumers and businesses alike. This is with good reason – Microsoft Office continues to offer three of the most useful and recognisable software programs in the world in Word, Excel and PowerPoint. In years gone by, the best (and only) way to get Office was to buy a CD-ROM (remember those?) for a one-off price and install it onto your PC or laptop. Later, the same price moved…

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Dell Precision 5720 All-in-One Review & Rating

A 4K touch screen so razer-sharp that Windows suggests zooming in by at least 50 percent, a dizzying array of speakers that could be mistaken for a home theater setup, and an Intel Xeon processor paired with virtual reality-ready AMD Radeon Pro graphics are just a few of the reasons that the Dell Precision 5720 All-in-One (starts at $1,699; $3,459.96 as tested) is an excellent choice for creative professionals that can justify its expense. There are a few drawbacks, such…

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Acer Swift 3 Review & Rating

Not long ago, we gave a rave review—and our top honor for budget ultraportables—to the Acer Swift 1, a $329 ultraportable notebook with a 13.3-inch IPS screen. Today we’re checking out the 14-inch step-up model, the Swift 3. Despite the name, the Swift 3 isn’t three times as expensive (only about twice as expensive, at $649.99 as tested) or three times as fast (though it’s about twice as fast). Nor is it three times as appealing, but that doesn’t mean…

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6 essential settings to make your iPhone and iPad display easier on the eyes

Nope, you don’t have to settle for itty-bitty text on your iPhone screen, nor must you deal with buttons that don’t look anything like buttons. Once you know which settings to change, you can boost the size of on-screen text on your iPhone or iPad, make words a bit more bold, zoom in with a virtual magnifying glass, warm up—or cool off—Night Shift, and more. Change text size You don’t have to squint if the text on your iPhone or…

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