Monthly Archives: March 2019

Motorola targets mid-range in 5G and foldable smartphone era

Five years on from being acquired by Lenovo, Motorola believes it is well-placed to benefit from changing trends in the mobile market. Lenovo hoped the combination of its own mobile business with that of Motorola would catapult it to near the top of the smartphone market, challenging the likes of …

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Data Privacy is having its day

You’d be forgiven for asking, how relevant now is Data Privacy Day? The online universe definitely looked a lot scarier in 2007 – when Data Privacy Day first launched – than it does today.  Our digital lives are more real, more active, and consumers and businesses both understand the need …

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Virgin Mobile sees modest increases as MVNO migration continues

Virgin Media increased its UK and Ireland mobile customer base from 3.05 million to 3.12 million in 2018, with 17,000 new users added in Q4. The number of postpaid net additions during the same period was 51,000. The UK’s largest MVNO (Mobile Virtual Network Operator) now has 2.74 million contract …

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Diablo 4: everything there is to know so far

It’s never long before the land of Sanctuary is overrun by the forces of darkness, giving us all a reason to swing our swords and cast our spells in a new Diablo ARPG dungeon crawler.  It’s been close to seven years since the initial release of Diablo 3 – and …

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The weirdest tech we saw at MWC 2019

At MWC 2019 we got our hands on a whole host of exciting new products, from the Huawei Mate X foldable phone to BMW’s new virtual driver and many more. But… then there were the products that you wouldn’t see shown off at a massive press launch. Those that were …

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Overcoming regulatory paralysis | TechRadar

2019 has already laid witness to the largest data breach on record. Collection #1 revealed 773 million email addresses had been breached, along with some 21 million passwords. Access to this information opens doors for hackers to scour through previously sent and received items, uncovering sensitive information such as bank …

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