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Urbanears Lotsen Review: Style & Bass Combined

Urbanears Lotsen review While most multiroom speakers look similar – black, rectangular speakers – Urbanears looks to offer something a little more stylish with the Lotsen. Offering support for AirPlay, Chromecast, Spotify Connect and more, can the Lotsen compete with established multiroom speakers from the likes of Bose and Sonos? Find out in our Urbanears Lotsen review.    Pricing and availability The Urbanears Lotsen is available to buy right now from the likes of Amazon in the UK (£179.34) and…

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Best Website Builders for Small Businesses 2018

Share Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Google Plus When it comes to setting up a web presence for your small business or side hustle, there are two ways to go: bespoke, or use a website builder.  If you’re looking for a simple interface, with little or no coding required, that presents your products or services in an attractive way, you can opt for a website builder without compromising on the basics. Now more than ever, there is a whole range that make it…

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Urbanears Lotsen Review: Style & Bass Combined

Urbanears Lotsen review While most multiroom speakers look similar – black, rectangular speakers – Urbanears looks to offer something a little more stylish with the Lotsen. Offering support for AirPlay, Chromecast, Spotify Connect and more, can the Lotsen compete with established multiroom speakers from the likes of Bose and Sonos? Find out in our Urbanears Lotsen review.    Pricing and availability The Urbanears Lotsen is available to buy right now from the likes of Amazon in the UK (£179.34) and…

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TCL 55R617 smart TV review: Great color and HDR at a very modest price

Each time I see a new TCL TV, such as the $649, 55-inch, 4K UHD 55R617 reviewed here, the company has made significant strides in one area or another. A couple of years ago it was adopting the excellent Roku operating system; this year, it’s delivering color and HDR (Dolby Vision, specifically) that’s competitive with TV’s costing twice as much. Design and features I’ll get back to the picture TCL’s 6-series TVs generate in a bit; first, one of the…

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Best Online Courses for Machine Learning

Share Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Google Plus Machine learning is undoubtedly one of the most important frontiers of computer science. With tech behemoths and an increasing number of startups looking to get into this subset of AI, it’s a powerful skill for any developer to have. As a highly technical area, this is most suited to established computer scientists or developers, however many of the courses we list here are also open to complete novices. Before attempting to tackle this area,…

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Avira Phantom VPN Pro review: A homegrown service that’s pretty good

Phantom PVN Pro in brief: P2P allowed: Yes Business location: Germany Number of servers: 82 Number of country locations: 25 Cost: $78 per year VPN protocol:  OpenVPN Data encryption:  AES256-CBC / AES256-GCM Data authentication: SHA-512 Handshake encryption: DHE-RSA-AES256-GCM-SHA384 Nearly every antivirus company offers a VPN as part of its deluxe security suites. Typically these VPNs are based on white-label services from a third-party such as AnchorFree of Hotspot Shield fame. Avira took a different approach by building its own service called Phantom VPN Pro. Phantom…

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Urbanears Lotsen Review: Style & Bass Combined

Urbanears Lotsen review While most multiroom speakers look similar – black, rectangular speakers – Urbanears looks to offer something a little more stylish with the Lotsen. Offering support for AirPlay, Chromecast, Spotify Connect and more, can the Lotsen compete with established multiroom speakers from the likes of Bose and Sonos? Find out in our Urbanears Lotsen review.    Pricing and availability The Urbanears Lotsen is available to buy right now from the likes of Amazon in the UK (£179.34) and…

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Amazon Fire TV Cube review: Yelling at the TV finally has a purpose Review

For the past month, I’ve talked to and yelled at my TV. Only, instead of being stunned by the ending of a Game of Thrones episode, or celebrating some sort of sporting event, I’ve been talking to Alexa. Alexa, Amazon’s personal assistant, is built into the company’s latest streaming device, the $119 Fire TV Cube. Sometimes Alexa answers me, other times the information I requested flashes on my TV. Read also: 4 first impressions of the Fire TV Cube The…

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Amazon Echo Dot vs. Google Home Mini

You’ve just noticed a great price on an Amazon Echo Dot or Google Home Mini smart speaker. Should you buy one? The prices are intended to make them impulse purchases, because both Amazon and Google are desperate to get their foot in the door of your home. Voice assistants and smart home automation are expected to be the next big thing in tech, and both companies know that once you experience the convenience of a smart speaker in one room,…

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Affinity Photo 1.5 review – Macworld UK

Despite being in no way connected with Adobe, there’s a strong whiff of Photoshop about Affinity Photo. This is, of course, no bad thing – especially considering that Affinity Photo’s one-off price of just under £50/US$50 is massively cheaper than anything Adobe offers. In fact, Affinity Photo can be forever yours for the equivalent of less than half a year’s subscription to the Adobe Creative Cloud Photography package. Although Affinity Photo might be priced at a level where amateurs can…

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Urbanears Lotsen Review: Style & Bass Combined

Urbanears Lotsen review While most multiroom speakers look similar – black, rectangular speakers – Urbanears looks to offer something a little more stylish with the Lotsen. Offering support for AirPlay, Chromecast, Spotify Connect and more, can the Lotsen compete with established multiroom speakers from the likes of Bose and Sonos? Find out in our Urbanears Lotsen review.    Pricing and availability The Urbanears Lotsen is available to buy right now from the likes of Amazon in the UK (£179.34) and…

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HP Spectre x360 15 review

While the early 2017 HP Spectre x360 15 is just an upgrade to the 2016 version, don’t confuse iteration with carelessness. This is a full-on overhaul to the previous HP Spectre x360 15. From the smooth and stylish design, complete with all the gold trimmings you could ask for, to its perfectly spaced keyboard, the HP Spectre x360 15 2017 has a ton to offer. It might not be as thin as the previous model, coming in at 0.7 inches…

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Sengled Element Color Plus Kit review: These ZigBee smart bulbs don’t raise the bar, but they’re perfectly acceptable

Sengled is probably best known for its ingenious Bluetooth light bulbs that integrate a wireless speaker into one housing, but now it’s moving into the broader commodity smart light bulb space with the Sengled Element line. There are four models in the Element line: two non-tunable white, one tunable white, and one featuring tunable full color. We received the lattermost, the Element Color Plus, for review. The Element bulbs use ZigBee technology, which means you’ll need a hub to control…

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Top Challenges Facing Female Tech Founders

Share Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Google Plus From companies being forced to publish their gender pay gap figures to the government being lobbied over unequal parental leave, workplace inequality has dominated headlines for some time now. UK tech is no exception when it comes to a lack of diversity and the need for better inclusion of women and minorities. What are the biggest barriers currently faced by female tech entrepreneurs and what can be done to overcome them? We spoke to…

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Brinno SHC1000 Peephole Camera review: Combat porch pirates with this concealed camera

With the uptick in package theft, many residential users have turned to outdoor home security cameras and video doorbells to combat porch piracy. The Brinno SHC500 Peephole Camera is one of our favorite alternatives. It’s a concealed camera that records video of package thieves, potential intruders, and unwelcome solicitors through your front door’s peephole. The only drawback was that, unless you purchased the separate Brinno KNS100 Knocking Sensor, video recording had to be manually activated. And even with the sensor,…

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