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Tech Advisor October 2018 Digital Edition

This month This month we look at Razer’s sleek and stylish Blade 15 gaming laptop, as well as what Acer claims is the thinnest laptop in the world, the Swift 7. Plus, we’ve reviews of the latest and best smartphones, including Asus’s ZenFone 5 and BlackBerry’s KEY2, and G Data’s Total Security antivirus software. We also look at the best smart cameras for both inside and outside the home. All work and no play is no good for anyone, so…

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Gamescom 2018: Announcements, Livestreams, Exhibitors & More

Gamescom is one of the biggest gaming event in Europe, pulling in over 300,000 visitors in 2017, and 2018 is expected to be even bigger. Featuring highly anticipated games and hardware from the likes of Nintendo, Ubisoft, Activision, Microsoft and more, it gives gamers a chance to play games that aren’t out for a matter of months, or in some cases, even years. Here’s everything you need to know about Gamescom 2018, from press conference information to what to expect…

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Best Upcoming Games of 2018 and 2019: New Releases for Console & PC

2018 has already been a great year for games, and it’s showing no signs of letting up, with even more good stuff on the way in 2019. The likes of Monster Hunter: World and God of War have already blown us away over the last few months, and we’ve still got Fallout 76, Battlefield V, and Spider-Man on the way later this year – to name just a few. It’s exhausting trying to keep up with all the new releases on the way, so we’ve…

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Best Upcoming Games of 2018 and 2019: New Releases for Console & PC

2018 has already been a great year for games, and it’s showing no signs of letting up, with even more good stuff on the way in 2019. The likes of Monster Hunter: World and God of War have already blown us away over the last few months, and we’ve still got Fallout 76, Battlefield V, and Spider-Man on the way later this year – to name just a few. It’s exhausting trying to keep up with all the new releases on the way, so we’ve…

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2018 iPhones will support Apple Pencil, says research firm

Apple’s 2018 iPhones will offer Apple Pencil support, according to the research firm TrendForce. The prediction, a brief aside in a report largely focused on the prices of the new handsets, adds weight to a rumour that has been doing the rounds since the Apple Pencil first came out. The rumour is controversial, however, given Steve Jobs’ aggressive comments about smartphone interfaces: he famously said that “if you see a stylus, they blew it”. When the Apple Pencil was launched,…

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How to use PlayStation VR on PC

The PlayStation VR headset is one of the cheapest on the market, with Sony currently selling PSVR bundles for as little as £259.99. That’s perfect if you’re a PS4 gamer, but what if you’re platform agnostic and go from PS4 to PC too? You don’t want to fork out for a PSVR headset and then have to buy an Oculus Rift or HTC Vive to use on the PC, right? While it’s not the best way to experience PC-powered VR…

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Linksys Velop Dual Band Review: An Affordable Mesh Wi-Fi Network

After a flurry of new mesh networking devices over the last 18 months, we’re now entering the second generation for this new technology, and the focus largely seems to be on price rather than new features or stronger performance. The original Velop from Linksys used high-speed tri-band routers that provide impressive speed for your new Wi-Fi network, but it was pretty expensive, especially for people who don’t have particularly large homes. The aim with this new version, therefore, is simply…

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Why Doesn’t My Phone Connect to Bluetooth Devices? Tips & Fixes

Bluetooth is pretty reliable these days, but it’s still annoyingly common to have problems. Whether that’s a refusal of your car stereo to pair with your phone, or issues re-connecting a device that you’ve successfully paired in the past, here are a few things you can try to get things working again. Turn Bluetooth off and on again The oldest trick in the book, this. You’ve probably tried it, but go to your phone’s settings and toggle Bluetooth off and…

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Why Doesn’t My Phone Connect to Bluetooth Devices? Tips & Fixes

Bluetooth is pretty reliable these days, but it’s still annoyingly common to have problems. Whether that’s a refusal of your car stereo to pair with your phone, or issues re-connecting a device that you’ve successfully paired in the past, here are a few things you can try to get things working again. Turn Bluetooth off and on again The oldest trick in the book, this. You’ve probably tried it, but go to your phone’s settings and toggle Bluetooth off and…

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Nvidia GTX 1180 Turing News: Release Date, Specs & Features

Although they seemed a long way off, Nvidia’s new graphics cards for 2018 could be just weeks away. Here we round up all the news and rumours surrounding the the GeForce GTX 1180 based on new Turing architecture including release date, specs and more. Ahead of the 1180 announcement, Nvidia has confiremed Qaudro RTX cards based on Turing. We’ve got all the details here. When is the GTX 1180 release date? Not that long ago, the word from Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang…

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Comixology Review & Rating | PCMag.com

Comixology, the digital comic book arm of the almighty Amazon, is a standout service that brings titles from a wide array of publishers, including DC, Image, and Marvel, to web browsers and Android and iOS mobile apps. Comixology has an excellent Guided View mode that makes reading a pleasure, digital comics that release on the same day as print editions, high-definition comic book files that render stunningly on HD displays, and a Unlimited reading plan that can potentially save you…

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Quake Champions: Release Date, Pricing & Gameplay

Quake, for many, is one of the most iconic games of the ’90s, which meant the announcement of a revival at E3 2016 was welcomed by many. Quake Champions is set to launch over 20 years after the first Quake game hit the market back in 1996, and will offer impressive gameplay if nothing else. Here, we discuss Quake Champions release date rumours, along with gameplay news and any trailers/videos we come across. If you want to find out about any…

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Samsung Galaxy Watch Review: Hands-on Impressions

The smartwatch industry in 2018 is stalling. While the Apple Watch continues to sell well and Fitbit is dominating the fitness market, other big companies can’t quite seem to work out how to sell smartwatches in large quantities. Samsung is continuing to have a fair crack at it with the Galaxy Watch, a rebranded sequel to the Gear S3. By adding the Galaxy branding to a smartwatch launched alongside the Galaxy Note 9, the Korean company will be hoping its…

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How to install Fortnite on Android: Instructions, Supported Devices & More

Following huge success in on iOS, console and PC, Epic Games has revealed that the insanely popular Fortnite Battle Royale is now available on Android – but there’s a catch. The mobile port is said to offer the full Fortnite experience, including cross-play with PC, Mac and PS4 players, but it’s exclusive to Samsung Galaxy devices for now. Here’s all we know about Fortnite for Android including how to install it, smartphone exclusivity, gameplay and more. If you’d like to know…

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Best Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Deals: Pre-Order Today

Samsung has unveiled its new Galaxy Note 9 smartphone, which is available to pre-order now. Here, we share the best Note 9 deals, whether you’re looking to buy the phone outright and SIM-free or want to get it on contract and pay monthly. First shown off at the Samsung Unpacked event on 9 August, the Galaxy Note 9 is a flagship phone designed for power and productivity, with a 6.4in Quad HD screen. Following on from the popular Note 8…

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How to hide caller ID on iPhone: Keep your identity secret

There are times when you don’t want the recipient of a call to know your number. This could be because you’re unsure of the person you’re contacting, hoping to surprise an old friend, or due to the fact that you are a secret informant buried deep within a corrupt regime. We don’t judge here at Macworld. Thankfully, it’s quite a simple thing to hide your caller ID on iPhone, and we’ll show you how it’s done. Use Settings on iPhone…

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