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MacBook Air 2019: what we want to see

After what seemed like years of waiting, Apple finally launched the new MacBook Air. And, while it did bring some new features to the popular laptop lineup, like the awesome fingerprint sensor, we think the MacBook Air 2019, if it comes out, can do more to adapt to the modern laptop landscape. Now, we don’t  Full Article…

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Three brings 5G to the catwalk and its flagship store

Three is to use London Fashion Week to convey to consumers the benefits of 5G networks, with permanent installations at St Martins College and at its flagship retail store. The operator has created the “world’s first” 5G Mixed Reality (MR) catwalk at the renowned fashion school and will let customers see a smaller version in-store  Full Article…

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How to choose a cloud storage and backup provider

You are thinking about moving or backing up data to the cloud. Maybe your team cannot easily collaborate on shared files and synchronize between workspaces, or you need a disaster recovery plan and know you should keep offsite backups.  Maybe your operations routinely generate so much data that your infrastructure growth appears unsustainable. In short  Full Article…

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Get the PlayStation Classic for only $39 today

The Sony PlayStation Classic has seen some progressively amazing deals since the holiday season, and now it’s going for its biggest discount yet at just $ 39. Just the other week, we saw the PlayStation Classic sell for $ 54.99 at Amazon, but this new deal from Walmart absolutely tops it by slashing $ 60  Full Article…

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Carbonite acquires Webroot for $618m

The data backup and storage company Carbonite has announced that it has acquired endpoint security provider Webroot for $ 618m. The deal will allow Carbonite to combine the strengths of both companies to provide customers with automated cloud security software that has emergency backup already built in. Taking care of business: ransomware adopts a new  Full Article…

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Leaked pics show off Sony Xperia XA3 with cinematic 21:9 display

Earlier today, it was reported that Sony's upcoming Xperia XZ4 smartphone could be implementing a cinematic aspect ratio for its display, with news of the company's trademark filing of the name "CinemaWide" at the European Union Intellectual Property Office. Now, leaked images have appeared not of the Xperia XZ4, but of what's said to be  Full Article…

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