Monthly Archives: March 2019

The original Apple TV finally gets a rebrand

After nearly four years on the market, Apple’s original set-top box, the Apple TV, is finally rebranding as Apple TV HD. With a maximum streaming resolution of 1080p – or ‘Full HD’ – Apple TV lacks the 4K capabilities of its 2017 upgrade, the Apple TV 4K. So seeing a …

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The world wide web and the future of connectivity

Believe it or not, the world wide web recently celebrated its 30th anniversary. The internet has evolved from a tool used by researchers to one we all depend on in our daily lives to stay connected with our peers and those we love. TechRadar Pro spoke with Cisco’s Chief Technologist …

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Asus responds to hacking attack

We’ve just heard the worrying news that over a million Asus laptops could have been hacked using the Asus Live Update Utility, and now Asus has responded acknowledging the hack, explaining the steps it is taking to address the issue and offering advice on how its customers can protect themselves. …

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The 4 Ps of leveraging data privacy for enhanced investment

With the emergence of new regulatory frameworks like GDPR and the California Consumer Privacy Act, a greater understanding and protection of the oil running the engine has become top priority for companies of all sizes and industries.  Just as financial information and cyber risk realities have long required organizations to …

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Huawei set to launch new headphones alongside P30 phones

Huawei has teased that it will launch a new range of headphones at its launch event in Paris later today (March 26) alongside the P30 and P30 Pro. In a tweet from the official Huawei Mobile Twitter account, the company announced the name Huawei Freelace, along with today’s date and …

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