Monthly Archives: July 2020

Best MacBook for students in 2020

[ad_1] Although it isn’t the cheapest option out there, the best MacBook for students does tick a few things off the list for matriculating young minds. One important metric for the best laptops for students is affordability. However, while they are more expensive, MacBooks do meet all the other metrics, …

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The best free software for students 2020

[ad_1] We’re coming up to an expensive time of year. The kids may be heading back to school, or you may be getting ready for college or university yourself. There’s a lot to think about – and a lot to spend money on. In addition to clothes or uniform, there …

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Windows 10 is warning users not to install CCleaner

[ad_1] CCleaner, a popular PC optimization app, is being flagged up as ‘potentially unwanted software’ by Microsoft Defender (formerly Windows Defender, but renamed with the May 2020 Update), which is Microsoft’s built-in antivirus for Windows 10. Potentially unwanted software – more commonly referred to as potentially unwanted apps (or PUAs) …

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Google and AWS revenues soar due to cloud computing success

[ad_1] The world’s top cloud computing companies have enjoyed another bumper quarter as they reap benefit from the global shift towards remote working. Google Cloud has revealed its Q2 revenues grew over 43% year on year in what was otherwise a challenging period for parent company Alphabet, which saw overall …

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Windows 10 is also getting one of Android’s best features

[ad_1] Google’s ‘Nearby Sharing’ is a fantastic feature that lets you easily share files between devices running the Chrome web browser, and it’s now coming to Windows 10. The feature promises to rival Apple’s AirDrop service, but at the moment it’s limited to people using certain devices – and it …

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Why businesses need to focus on cybersecurity

[ad_1] The world is currently experiencing constant change with. The phrase ‘unprecedented times’ has been said so often in the last few months, its already becoming somewhat cliché. Amidst the economic and social uncertainty unleashed by the pandemic and forced changes to personal lives and professional operations, data breaches continue …

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Want a cheap 98-inch 4K display? Check out this behemoth from Xiaomi

[ad_1] 98-inch Xiaomi Redmi Smart TV MAX – 19,999 Yuan from Mi(roughly $2,800/£2,200/AU$4,000)This absurdly large display from Xiaomi is actually rather affordable, given its size. The screen is about as large as a double bed, with viewable dimensions of 2190 x 1255mm. It’s only available in China for now, but …

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