Monthly Archives: March 2019

Avast: Why IoT security should be your number one security worry

The growth of smart IoT-connected gadgets may be causing a dramatic rise in the number of cyberattacks targeting both consumers and businesses alike. Security experts have warned that criminals are increasingly targeting smart home products which are worryingly sparse in terms of even basic security, putting customers at risk of …

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2019 Mobile Power 50 – Nominations set to close today

Part of the Mobile Industry Awards 2019 powered by TechRadar Pro, the Mobile Power 50 highlights the most important and influential figures in the UK mobile industry during the past year.  Nominations for the 2019 Mobile Power 50 are set to close TODAY at 5pm GMT – so it’s time …

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Nintendo Switch could soon (unofficially) run Windows 10

Here’s a novel one: fancy running Windows 10 – or at least the ARM spin of Microsoft’s OS – on your Nintendo Switch? Well, that could be possible, at least if an unofficial project that’s currently in its early stages pans out. This is an effort driven by one of …

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CK Hutchison and Telefonica partner to serve multinationals

The parent companies of Three and O2 in the UK are partnering to offer fixed, mobile and other digital communications services to large enterprises and multinational organisations. CK Hutchison and Telefonica say their complementary network and sales footprints will enhance their ability to offer connectivity to more parts of the …

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Honor 20 potential specs and price leaked

We could see three rear cameras on the Honor 20, as well as  processor and battery life upgrades over the Honor 10, if a specs leak is to be believed. An image purporting to show the upcoming phone’s internals was posted on Chinese social media platform Weibo by user Ichangezone, …

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Virtual reality needs spherical displays, say researchers

Virtual reality is with us. It’s real. It’s here. But it’s not exactly popular. Some think that’s because we’re social beings, and the idea of sitting on our own and being entertained alone and separated from others is off-putting. Technically impressive they might be, but if the likes of HTC …

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UK could introduce limits on Huawei kit rather than ban

The UK government could impose restrictions on the use of Huawei’s telecommunications equipment by mobile operators rather than ban the company’s kit outright. Huawei’s equipment is already subject to monitoring by a dedicated GCHQ unit, but there had been speculation that The Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) could …

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