Daily Archives: March 20, 2019

Best email client of 2019

Email remains an important form of communication, more formal than a text, tweet or instant message, while obviously being much faster than ‘snail mail’, which may explain why email volume continues to increase. Indeed, a recent estimate claimed that something like 269 billion emails are sent daily. Most of us …

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Apple AirPods 2 vs Apple AirPods: what’s the difference?

It could be argued that the original Apple AirPods popularized the true wireless earbud format, and despite an initial disdain for what was considered an unusual-looking design and high price point, they have become one of the most popular true wireless earbud models.  Now Apple has released the AirPods 2, …

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Google hit with €1.49bn EU fine

The EU has fined Google €1.49bn for blocking rival online search advertisers as it looks to crackdown on anti-competitive policies. This is third major EU fine that the search giant has incurred in two years and the latest case accuses the US company of abusing its market dominance by restricting …

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Kaspersky Lab files antitrust filing against Apple

Since the launch of the App Store back in 2008, Apple has strictly controlled the apps and software available on its platform but now developers are taking issue with what they refer to as monopolistic practices. Spotify recently filed a complaint against the company with the European Commission and now …

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Apple’s iPad Pro is down to its lowest price ever at Amazon

This week Apple has announced the launch of its new iPads, which means older iPad models are getting a discount. Amazon has the Apple iPad Pro on sale for $499.99. That’s a $149 discount and the lowest price we’ve seen for the 10.5-inch tablet.  The powerful iPad Pro features a …

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Google Stadia won’t make me ditch my gaming PC any time soon

Google has announced its new Stadia game service, and while the cloud gaming service could prove troublesome for next-gen consoles like the PS5 and Xbox Two, as a PC gamer I was left decidedly unimpressed. Google claims that Stadia means “the future of gaming is not a box,” and would …

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Death Stranding secrets set to spill at Tribeca Film Festival

It’s been nearly three years since Death Stranding was announced at E3 2016 and we still know very little about the mysterious upcoming title from Kojima Productions. However, a panel at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival may change that. The Tribeca Film Festival is set to host ‘Tribeca Games Presents: …

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