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Microsoft drops Huawei laptops from its store

Microsoft has stopped selling the Huawei MateBook X Pro in its online store in the wake of the US Government’s blacklisting of the Chinese firm. The move follows news that Google will be banning Huawei smartphones and tablets from getting Android updates, and suggests that even though the ban has been temporarily lifted, it could  Full Article…

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UK Porn Block: will it help scammers?

The UK Porn Block is an upcoming regulation developed to restrict access to explicit content by having adult websites implement age checking systems. Part of the Digital Economy Act 2017, the regulation is aimed at preventing children from viewing inappropriate images and videos online. The block has been met with scepticism as it is assumed  Full Article…

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Get The Sims 4 free today on PC with EA Origin

Perennial life simulator The Sims 4 is currently free to download on the EA Origin PC gaming store. Letting you create little families of digital people, helping to tend to their needs and achieve their dreams and desires, it's a great deal for the 2014 game, which still otherwise retails for £34.99 / $ 44.99.  Full Article…

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Samsung Galaxy S10 5G available in Australia from next week

If you've been eagerly awaiting the release of Samsung's most advanced flagship, the Galaxy S10 5G, you're in luck – the South Korean electronics giant has announced Australian availability of the next-generation device, and it's out sooner that you might think.  Available in Australia from May 28, 2019, the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G offers a slightly  Full Article…

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Digital transformation could be causing security risk

Rapid deployment of digital transformation technologies could be leaving businesses at risk according to a new report which highlights a growing security gap among European organizations. Of the companies surveyed in the 2019 Thales Data Threat Report – Europe Edition, almost a third (29%) said they had experienced a breach last year and just over  Full Article…

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Apple now accepts 2018 MacBooks into its keyboard repair program

The saga of Apple's MacBook Butterfly keyboards continues. The Butterfly mechanism used in its recent MacBook lines has been prone to failure, and Apple has apologized for the issue with a repair program on top. Now, coinciding with the release of Apple's first MacBookPro with an 8-core processor, it's expanding its keyboard repair program substantially,  Full Article…

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