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Samsung Flip review: A well-priced collaboration display with a twist Review

Samsung’s 55-inch Flip display is a digital replacement for the traditional whiteboard or flip-chart, and a competitor for products like Google’s Jamboard (£5,198 with stand) and Microsoft’s Surface Hub (£9,500 for the 55-inch model). At £2,499 plus around £780 for a stand, the Flip is considerably more affordable than its current competition and looks to be a natural fit for business meeting rooms — but how does its design and functionality shape up? Design The two boxes containing the Flip…

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NordVPN review | TechRadar

Editor’s Note: What immediately follows is a rundown of the latest changes and additions since this review was last updated.  Worldwide server numbers has increased to over 4400 (June 2018) Kill switch is now both system-wide and app-based; you choose your preference (June 2018) Pricing plans had some changes: the six-month plan is no longer available, but the 2-year and a limited 3-year plan have been added. The price of the 2-year is $3.29 a month, and 3-year is $2.75 a…

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OnePlus 6 review: The Android rebel phone grows up

With a new design and gorgeous screen, the OnePlus 6 is nearly impossible to pick out of a lineup among other 2018 premium phones. This superficial comparison doesn’t quite hold up when you really study the phone, but one thing is certain: OnePlus has finally graduated from maverick to mature. Michael Simon/IDG The OnePlus 6 doens’t look like a $529 phone. While previous OnePlus phones felt like they were living at least a half-year in the past—even the fantastic 5T,…

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EVGA SC15 hands on review

EVGA might be better known for its graphics cards and motherboards, but the company has recently become a seasoned gaming laptop maker. For Computex 2018, the component maker brought out an updated version of its 15-inch gaming laptop, the SC15, equipped with hexa-core Intel Core i7 processors and Nvidia GTX 1070 Max-Q graphics. Although it’s a bit thicker compared to a growing segment of thin performance notebooks, EVGA argues that its 15-incher will outperform those slimmer designs. Pricing and availability…

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WooCommerce review | TechRadar

WooCommerce is an open source WordPress-based e-commerce platform which powers more than 30% of all online stores. Browse down the feature list and it’s easy to understand WooCommerce’s success. There are no arbitrary limits on products, variations, orders, or anything else. You’re able to sell anything from physical products and digital downloads to services, tickets, memberships, even other vendors’ products, without WooCommerce taking a transaction fee. And because the system is based on WordPress, you automatically get access to countless…

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Avanquest Audials One 2018 review

Audials One is an appealing proposition: a single, affordably priced program for streaming and recording audio from online radio stations – just like the good old days of audio cassettes, if you’re old enough to remember those, but without the need to rewind the tape with a ballpoint pen. Audials doesn’t just cover music, but podcasts and other broadcasts too. It has thousands of station in its database, so if a DJ somewhere has it, so do you. First, a…

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Sony WI-SP500 Review review | TechRadar

In India, Sony has one of the widest range of audio equipment available. The company’s range covers almost all kinds of buyers, ranging from the high-end WI-1000X for audiophiles to the significantly cheaper WI-SP500 for the fitness-focused among us. That said, at Rs. 5,490, the WI-SP500 may not be for the vast majority, but it still covers a pretty significant portion of the market. It is meant for those who want a balance between comfort and good audio, and are…

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Amazfit Stratos review | TechRadar

Amazfit has proved its ability to release affordable gems like the long-lasting Amazfit Bip. Now, with the Amazfit Stratos, the company is taking its fitness trackers to the next level with a watch that features multi-sport support, V02max oxygen consumption measurements, and a partnership with Strava, among other inclusions that will please gym goers. Of course, the step up to the big league of wearables comes with a bump up in price over what we’re used to seeing with Amazfit.…

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Sonos Playbar review | TechRadar

Update: Looking for something a bit smaller and more affordable than the Sonos Playbar? You’re in luck, the Sonos Beam – a slim, new smart soundbar is coming to stores July 17 and it’s bringing Amazon’s Alexa personal assistant along with it. Even better, the Sonos Beam will set you back $399 (£399, around AU$500).  Don’t miss our hands on preview of the Sonos Beam!  Original review continues below… Today’s TVs have benefited from huge advances in engineering and manufacture,…

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OJO Projector for Nintendo Switch review

Billed as the world’s first mini-projector for the Nintendo Switch, The OJO beams an image of up to 120-inches in size onto any flat surface, but also serves as a power bank and spare dock for your Nintendo Switch.  Powered by Texas Instruments DLP technology and packing a 20,400mAh battery that offers up to four hours of usage on a single charge, the OJO also doubles as a portable speaker system and can even be used with other consoles thanks…

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ZVOX AccuVoice AV200 TV Speaker review: This compact soundbar accentuates voices

It’s a fact of life that our hearing declines with age. If you or someone you love are constantly turning up the TV volume to better hear what people are saying, give the ZVOX AccuVoice AV200 a try. It’s not an audiophile device by any stretch, but it does what it promises—it makes televised voices easier to hear. Despite its form factor, ZVOX describes the AV200 as a TV speaker and not a soundbar. Measuring 17 inches wide, 3.1 inches…

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Sonos Playbase review | TechRadar

Update: Looking for something a bit smarter (and smaller) than the Sonos Playbase? You’re in luck, the Sonos Beam – a slim, new smart soundbar is coming to stores July 17 and it’s bringing Amazon’s Alexa personal assistant along with it. Even better, the Sonos Beam will set you back $399 (£399, around AU$500).  Don’t miss our hands on preview of the Sonos Beam!  Original review continues below… Three years after the company released its first ever soundbar, the Playbar,…

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Apricorn Aegis Padlock SSD review

In a market where differentiation is becoming more difficult, Apricorn has been trying something different for a few years already. Its Aegis Padlock SSD range of external drives boasts an encryption layer with a dedicated numeric keypad to enter your PIN. We tested the 120GB version but it is also available in 240GB, 480GB, 1TB and 2TB models. Suggested retail prices at the time of writing at Apricorn’s US website started from $249 (£185) running all the way up to…

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Hisense R7E (50R7E) 4K UHD Roku TV review

The budget TV market is seriously heating up. With options like the TCL 4-series, including the TCL 55S405, TV shoppers who don’t want to spend an arm and a leg are spoiled for choice.  Of course, TCL isn’t the only option for those people – companies like Hisense are also making excellent inexpensive TVs. Like, for example, the Hisense R7 series. The R7-series, comprised of 43-inch, 50-inch, 55-inch and 65-inch models (called the 43R7E, 50R7E, 55R7E, 55R7E and 65R7E, respectively),…

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Which Tech Companies are Working with Departments of Defence?

Share Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Google Plus Google’s contract with the Pentagon to analyse drone footage may have caused a massive staff backlash but the company is not the only tech titan flogging services to the military. Here’s how the world’s biggest tech companies are working with the military. Read next: The future of technology in warfare: From drone swarms to VR torture Source link

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DrayTek Vigor2926 review | TechRadar

DrayTek’s new Vigor2926 is a business-focused and fiber-ready Wi-Fi router that packs in loads of advanced functionality. Key among those features is being able to keep the internet connected at all times, with dual Gigabit WAN ports and the ability to handle USB-based cellular connections if you want to BYO cellular modem (Mi-Fi routers). This is a device that’s primarily aimed at small to medium-sized businesses, and could be a good choice for companies who think they might need room…

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