Daily Archives: January 2, 2019

Microsoft reveals first Middle East data centre

Microsoft has announced that it will expand its cloud services in Europe and the Middle East with the launch of new data centres. The tech giant plans to open its first data centres in Switzerland and the United Arab Emirates while also expanding its cloud offerings in Europe. Qatar’s cabinet …

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ExpressVPN launches new Mac and Android apps

Choosing a VPN that fits your needs can be difficult which is why TechRadar has highlighted the best VPN services of 2019. Our current top pick, ExpressVPN recently announced that it has completely redesigned its Mac and Android apps to make them easier to use and more convenient. Both apps …

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Magic Leap One release date, price and features

The Magic Leap One is a futuristic pair of augmented reality (AR) glasses, designed to enhance your world with digital objects and images while still letting you interact with everything real that’s going on around you. Sound like science fiction? We don’t blame you. But the first Magic Leap One …

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Hackers threaten to leak 9/11 documents

A group of hackers could soon release a large cache of stolen 9/11 litigation documents, which they claim to be one of the biggest leaks in history, if their ransom demands are not met. The group known as Dark Overlord previously leaked a whole season of the Netflix show Orange …

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You’ll soon be able to shut down your Chromebook USB ports

Chromebooks may soon be some of the most secure laptops around, as Google is testing a new Chrome OS feature that will allow users to lock USB ports while the screen is locked. The neat feature was spotted a while back within the operating system’s (OS) open source code in …

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AMD’s Ryzen 9 3800X flagship processor may feature 16 cores

When we first heard that AMD’s next flagship mainstream processor would feature 16 cores it seemed ridiculous – but now a retailer leak appears to have confirmed the rumors. Listings for five brand-new Ryzen 3rd Generation processors have appeared on the Russian retail site E-Katalog. At the top of the …

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Sony Alpha A7000: everything we know so far

Sony has been focusing its attentions on its full-frame range of mirrorless cameras for the last year or so, including the likes of the Alpha A9, Alpha A7 III and A7R III.  This has meant that Sony has neglected its APS-C range of mirrorless cameras, with the Alpha A6500 the …

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