Daily Archives: August 18, 2019

Geekbench 4 benchmark suggest an 18-core Cascade Lake-X chip

While the Cascade Lake Xeon CPUs has been out for a few months now, Intel still hasn’t shared any concrete information regarding Cascade Lake-X. However, this recent leak could indicate that, despite delays, Intel is gearing up to roll these long overdue high-end desktop (HEDT) chips soon. Hot off the …

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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus unboxing and first 48 hours

With the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus finally in hand, I was able to do an unboxing, offer details about what’s included, and tell you how the phone performs. Update: Okay, my Samsung Galaxy Note 10 are well into day two, so I’m updating the impressions with more Note 10 …

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Best phones under Rs 12,000 in India for August 2019

Thanks to the ever-increasing competition in the budget smartphone segment in India, Indian smartphone buyers have never had it this good, especially in the sub-Rs 15,000 segment. There are options from several companies if you’re looking for a good smartphone under Rs 15,000, but options under Rs 12,000 can be …

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Galaxy Note 10 is finally out; here’s all you need to know

Now that the wait is over, and Samsung has officially unveiled the Galaxy Note10 on the 8th of August during the Unpacked event, it’s time to highlight what makes it the most powerful phone in the market and what offers you could get.  For the very first time in the history of Note …

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Save £140 on Now TV Sky Sports pass for ten months of access

We’re into week two of the new Premier League season, but that doesn’t mean it’s too late to take advantage of this incredible Now TV Sky Sports pass deal. There’s no reason you couldn’t get live streaming Premier League football straight away. This special ten-month pass would usually set you …

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Early access program gives us a sneak peek at Apple Arcade

We’ve been eagerly awaiting the arrival of Apple Arcade since it was announced back in March, and now we have a few more clues as to what it will look like, courtesy of an internal early access program at Apple. Details obtained by 9to5Mac show a few of the screens …

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China VPN use may finally be getting easier

China may finally be softening its stance on VPN services, reports have claimed. The city of Beijing has unveiled its plans to allow overseas firms to invest in VPN services within a trial zone by the end of the year as part of China’s ongoing efforts to attract foreign investment. …

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Major Bluetooth security flaw leaves millions of devices at risk

A significant security vulnerability in Bluetooth has left millions of smartphones and other devices at risk of attack, researchers have said. The flaw would allow an attacker to more easily brute force the encryption key used by devices during pairing to monitor or even manipulate the data transferred between two …

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