Daily Archives: March 18, 2019

Best Moto phones 2019: finding the best Moto smartphone for you

Since Lenovo purchased the Motorola brand, the company has come out with an ever-broader range of phones for plenty of price points. That can make it a bit confusing when picking between them, so here’s a list of the best Moto phones on the market. While none of Motorola’s phones …

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Anthem update news, DLC, tips, patch notes and more

Anthem, BioWare’s cooperative, team-based shooter is a change of pace for the makers of Dragon Age and Mass Effect. With a focus on cooperative PvE combat popularised by the likes of Destiny, it landed amid a swirl of hype and expectation, which it has so far failed to meet. Anthem …

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SMBs could be the key to stopping UK data breaches

Small businesses are key to preventing future data breaches in the UK according to a new report from Business in the Community (BITC) that details how SMBs can be part of the solution to prevent cybersecurity issues from impacting customers. The report, launched to coincide with ‘Would you be ready? …

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Worldpay acquired in $35bn deal

In the largest deal to date in the quickly growing electronic payments industry, Fidelity National Information Services (FIS) has announced that it will acquire Worldpay for around $35bn. While other industries have grown increasingly concerned about trade tensions and a global economic slowdown, the financial technology sector is consolidating at …

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Samsung Watch: finding the right Tizen smartwatch for you

Samsung is one of the very best smartwatch makers on the planet competing against the greatest devices on the market including the Apple Watch 4 and Fitbit Versa. The company has been making smartwatches since 2013 when it introduced the square-faced and (by today’s standard) woefully lacking Samsung Galaxy Gear. …

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Sound and vision in perfect harmony: discover Sony’s extraordinary XG95

Some TVs have great pictures. Some, great audio. But only the Sony XG95 matches its extraordinary picture quality with Sony’s incredible Sound-from-Picture Reality for an incredible audio-visual experience. Let’s start with that stunning display. Available in 55-inch, 65-inch, 75-inch and a whopping 85 inches, the 4K Full Array HDR LED …

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MySpace loses 12 years of music during server migration

The former social media giant MySpace has apologized to its remaining users after a server migration resulted in a huge loss of data. A message has appeared on the company’s site warning users that “any photos, videos and audio files” uploaded more than three years ago may no longer be …

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