Monthly Archives: March 2019

Are free VPNs worth downloading?

There’s a ton of free stuff out there on the internet, not just in terms of knowledge – and indeed misinformation – but there are literally millions of free services available. The latter includes software (more specifically freeware), smartphone apps, and websites – from the pedestrian plagiarism checker, to the …

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Baselworld 2019: 7 bits of smartwatch news you probably missed

We have to be honest with you, Baselworld 2019 has been a bit of a washout when it comes to smartwatches and other high-tech wearables. In recent years this previously traditional watch and jewelry show has seen brands embrace technology, unveiling hybrid watches and even full-blown smartwatches alongside traditional timepieces. …

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Best PDF readers for Windows of 2019

Having emerged in the 1990s, PDFs are not only one of the most prevalent file types, but they’re also one of the oldest. These venerable documents remain immensely popular because they combine text formatting and images into a single file type that can work universally across different operating systems, hardware …

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Apple’s streaming service: everything we know so far

It looks like Apple is gearing up to take on Netflix with its own streaming service – but can it truly rival the world’s most popular on-demand platform? Apple is expected to launch its long-awaited streaming service on March 25 at its next major launch event, in a move that …

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Huawei Watch GT Active leaked by Huawei itself

Not long ago we heard a rumor that Huawei was working on a new wearable dubbed the Huawei Watch GT Active, and now the company has accidentally confirmed as much, having posted an image of the watch (labeled ‘Huawei Watch GT Active Edition’) on its website. That image has since …

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Smartphones are the future of gaming, according to Epic Games CEO

Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney thinks that mobile games are becoming competitive with console games, and companies throughout the industry are not taking advantage of the potential of handsets. Speaking to Business Insider, Sweeney maligned the distinction between ‘console’ games and ‘mobile’ games, suggesting that publishers of mobile titles viewed …

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