Daily Archives: October 15, 2019

Huawei Watch GT 2 launches in the UAE

Huawei unveiled its new wearable, the Huawei Watch GT 2, alongside the Mate 30 a few weeks back. While we don’t have any dates for the Mate 30, the Huawei Watch GT 2 goes on sale in the UAE on October 22. The Watch GT 2 46mm will be available …

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NTT: Why getting to grips with your technology will be key for success

The head of NTT has revealed more on how the tech giant is working towards a successful future. Speaking at the company’s NTT Connected Futures media summit recently, global CEO Jason Goodall outlined how the 120-year-old company is planning its next steps as a newly-amalgamated business. The new NTT Ltd, …

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Leaked images show Google Nest Mini can be mounted on your wall

Rumors that Google is reportedly working on a new bite-sized smart speaker, called the Google Nest Mini, have been circling for a while now – but new leaked images appear to reveal what the next generation of the Google Home Mini will look like. Promotional photos of the new Google speaker …

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How technology is impacting workspaces

About the author Mou Mukherjee is the Head of Registry Services at .Cloud. The office as we know it is constantly evolving – from densely packed desks to cubicle farms to informal, open plan spaces. Each of these changes have been matched by ongoing developments in technology, from communication and …

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The human cost of cybersecurity attacks

About the author Chris Ross is the SVP International at Barracuda Networks. Email attacks are on the rise. Our recent global email security report, which surveyed 660 IT stakeholders at organisations around the world, discovered over the past year, 82% of organisations have faced an attempted email-based security threat. Moreover, …

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UK users still aren’t reading tech T&Cs

UK technology users are increasingly wary about how their data is gathered and secured online, according to new research. Nearly half (45 percent) of the UK public remains unconvinced that technology developments are being governed well enough, particularly when it comes to the use of personal data. However a new …

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macOS Catalina is playing havoc with certain external GPUs

Some folks with external GPUs have run into trouble with the latest version of macOS 10.15 (Catalina), with serious problems encountered including Macs freezing and failing to boot up in some scenarios. This issue was highlighted by Apple Insider, which noted that only certain external GPUs (or eGPUs – graphics …

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