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Matt Groening’s new Netflix series Disenchantment gets an enchanting first trailer

Having achieved great success with original animated sitcoms like BoJack Horseman and Big Mouth, it appears that Netflix is onto another winner with Disenchantment, the new series from The Simpsons and Futurama creator, Matt Groening, which now has its first trailer. Announced last month, the show is set in the medieval kingdom of Dreamland and follows the misadventures of “hard-drinking young princess Bean, her feisty elf companion Elfo, and her personal demon Luci.”  The trio will be voiced by Abbi…

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Westworld Season 3 Premiere Date, Cast, Trailers & News

The first two seasons of robot cowboy drama Westworld were massive hits for HBO, and it’s arguably the first show to finally look like it might be the ‘next Game of Thrones’ that everybody’s been waiting for. Unfortunately, it took the company a grand total of three years to make that first series – and while the wait for season 2 wasn’t quite as long, it’s still not going to be a show that premieres once a year like clockwork.…

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WWF Australia: Even non-profits need smooth-running IT

WWF Australia has a challenging brief down under; it aims to conserve biodiversity in the country and throughout the Oceania region. Although part of global network, the local arm of the organisation raises funds and spends that funding in Australia — which means it needs to justify every cost. Although a not-for-profit organisation, WWF Australia IT manager Semir Hasanbegovic told ZDNet that WWF Australia is just like any other business; it still needs to raise money and it still needs…

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Best 65-inch 4K TVs 2018: the best big screen TVs for any budget

It’s a great time to buy a new TV – especially something in the 65-inch range. While there might be one or two more surprises in store for 2018, at this point we’re fairly confident we know which TV offers the best value, the best performance, and which are worth paying extra for the quality boost.  Today we’ll be focusing on 65-inch 4K TVs. While monsters screens might be too big for some homes, they get you the best bang…

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Do we really trust smart devices?

Video: For the future of IoT, keep an eye on 5G and ML The global smart home market is forecasted to reach a value of almost $138 billion by 2023, as demand for smart home appliances grows at a high rate. But consumers continue to be suspicious of smart home devices, according to a new report. Read also: How smart are Alexa, Cortana, Google Assistant, and Siri in answering your questions? In fact, some brands are perceived to be more…

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Hello, Moto Z3: launch seems imminent with event invites for August 2

The Moto Z3 is poised to feature an always-changing design thanks to its Moto Mod add-ons, but the Moto Z series release date appears to be relatively unchanged. It’s going to happen on Thursday August 2, according to a launch event invite sent to TechRadar and other media outlets today. At least, we think it’s for the new Moto Z3. Last year’s event happened in late July. All we know is that this year’s event will happen at 2PM CDT…

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Microsoft Teams coming to U.S. Government Cloud users starting July 17

Microsoft will start rolling out Teams to its U.S. Government Cloud customers on July 17. In a blog post on June 28, Microsoft provided an official (and awaited) date for Government Cloud Teams availability. The post says Teams should be available to all eligible Government Cloud users by the end of August 2018. Teams will be available as part of Office 365 for U.S. Government G1, G3, G5 and F1 plans. It also will be available for Microsoft 365 for…

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Amazon Prime Day 2018 in the US: here’s the date and deals preview predictions

We pretty much know when Amazon Prime Day 2018 is in the US, according to our exclusive reporting, and you’re in for a 36-hours day and a half deals marathon. Sure, you’ll save a bunch of money with 4th of July sales, but Amazon.com will have Prime Day discounts that rival Black Friday and Cyber Monday.  When is Amazon Prime Day in the US? What items will see deep discounts? What are the best Prime Day deals for 2018? We’re…

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Best Web Design Software for Mac

Building your own website can be very rewarding. Creating a space on the internet where you share your thoughts, promote your business or sell products is often the first step on the road to success. But if you’ve never attempted something of this nature, and don’t know your HTML from your elbow, it can be a daunting task. Thankfully, there are plenty of options that make designing and running a site quite simple. In this article we offer a selection…

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Creality 3D Ender 3 Review: Superb Budget 3D Printer for Beginners

3D printing still has that wow factor among home tech consumers – futuristic and seemingly super-techy, yet it’s increasingly available within their reach. The Ender 3 from Creality 3D is among one of the better budget 3D printers, an FDM (Fused Deposition Modelling) model with a generous build volume and surprisingly decent print quality under £200. If you order from Amazon you’ll pay £229/US$239, but it is possible to get the Ender 3 cheaper direct from China. GearBest supplied our…

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Is Slack Down? – Tech Advisor

We have an interesting problem in the office today: Slack is down, and we can’t tell anyone. We’ve had to resort to email and actually talking face-to-face to make each other aware of the issue. In the past hour Down Detector has received multiple reports of Slack outages in the UK and US. The problem is associated with both the desktop and mobile apps. The company has confirmed it is experiencing problems, stating that: “We’ve received word that all workspaces are…

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BlackBerry KEY2 review: An old-school concept, updated Review

The BlackBerry KEY2 progresses the design and feature ideas that were expressed two years ago in the KEYone. BlackBerry Mobile takes Android (8.1), adds in a sprinkle of its own software usability tools, and mixes these with a physical keyboard that has more to it than the ability to put characters on-screen. The result is a handset that’s refreshingly distinctive in an era of identikit smartphones. The BlackBerry KEY2 starts at $649 in the US, £579 in the UK, €649…

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Sony is confident it will find a solution to its Fortnite console crossplay problem

With the arrival of the massively popular Fortnite: Battle Royale on the Nintendo Switch just weeks ago, many players were shocked to discover that any Epic Games account previously linked to a PSN account was blocked from accessing the game on the hybrid console — despite the fact that the PS4 allows for cross-play with PC and iOS players.  Unfortunately, the problem lies with Sony, which has already refused to allow cross-play between PS4 and Xbox One players for reasons it…

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Huawei Nova 2i Review: Budget Android is Mash-Up of Honor 7X & 9 Lite

The Nova 2i is yet another great-value Android phone coming out of the Huawei/Honor camp. It’s clear there is a lot of crossover between the brands, and the Nova 2i is in essence an Honor 7X with the Honor 9 Lite‘s front dual-camera and dual-SIM functionality. In spec it’s similar to but an upgrade over the Huawei P Smart, too. To put that into perspective, the Honor 9 Lite is the current champion of our best budget phones round-up. So…

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​Samsung in dialogue to form 8K standard-setting body

Samsung Electronics has been in discussions with partners to form a industry alliance focused on 8K resolution that will include all industry stakeholders, company officials have said. “We believe that 8K requires more cooperation and dialogue between industry players,” said David Jung, senior engineer at Picture Differentiation Lab, Samsung Visual Display business, at QLED & Advanced Display Summit in Hollywood, Los Angeles. “We feel we have to sufficiently explain to industry players in the ecosystem, and most importantly, the consumers,…

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The iPhone feature that lets families share apps is being used to scam people

Apple’s Family Sharing feature on iOS was introduced in 2014, enabling iPhone and iPad users to share photos, iCloud storage and iTunes media content with up to five family members.  Unfortunately, it appears the family-friendly feature isn’t as secure as one would expect, with reports of Chinese scammers hijacking Apple IDs via Family Sharing and using them to make purchases worth hundreds of dollars. According to a reader email sent to Business Insider, one user was unable to download apps…

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