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Fibre for only £13.99? This Black Friday broadband deal is the cheapest around

By | November 21st, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

It seems that Onestream is hell-bent on topping the competition for the second Black Friday running. The internet provider just went and dropped a fibre broadband deal with a price the likes of which we've never seen before.

Onestream is offering fibre broadband for a peerless price of just £13.99 a month for a 12-month contract! Currently, as prices stand, this is the cheapest fibre broadband deal on the market right now and actually we can't remember fibre bills ever coming as low.… Read the full article

Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite surprisingly just confirmed by Samsung

By | November 21st, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

We’ve heard a number of rumors about a Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite model and throughout we’ve suggested that it might actually launch as the Samsung Galaxy S11 Lite. But it seems we were wrong, as Samsung has just mentioned the Galaxy S10 Lite by name.

Specifically, it submitted documentation for a phone with the model number SM-G770F to the FCC (Federal Communications Commission), as spotted by SamMobile.

Now, that model number has been attached to Galaxy S10 Lite rumors in the past, but the real giveaway is an included screenshot of the handset’s ‘About Phone’ screen, clearly showing the name 'Galaxy S10 Lite'.… Read the full article

AMD launches ridiculously cheap $49 Athlon 3000G processor – which can even be overclocked

By | November 21st, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

AMD is getting serious about beating Intel in the budget CPU stakes, with the company releasing an impressively cheap processor, the Athlon 3000G, for just $49 (around £40, AU$70).

Aimed to compete with Intel’s budget Pentium G5400, the AMD Athlon 3000G offers some pretty impressive specs considering it costs less than a PC game.

The AMD Athlon 3000G features two cores running at 3.5GHz, along with four threads and 4MB L3 cache.… Read the full article

Microsoft is letting some users add Gmail to Outlook on the web – see if you’re included

By | November 21st, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

Microsoft is letting a group of testers connect their Google accounts to Outlook for the web, and manage all their emails and calendar entries from a single place.

The option isn't yet available to everyone, but if you're part of the testing group, you will see a pop-up prompting you to "Add your Google Mail and Calendar to Outlook and easily manage everything in one place."

The new option was first reported by French Twitter user Florian B, who discovered he was part of the test group after logging into Outlook as normal.… Read the full article

Xiaomi phones could soon charge five times faster than the iPhone 11

By | November 21st, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

Xiaomi seems to love big numbers in its phones – the Mi Note 10 was the first phone to have a 108MP camera sensor, its Mi Mix Alpha has a screen-to-body ratio of 180%, and now it seems Xiaomi phones in 2020 will come with incredibly speedy 100W fast charging.

This news comes from Xiaomi's Developer Conference, as reported on by Soyacincau, where the phone company teased it was planning to bring 100W fast charging to at least one of its 2020 smartphones.… Read the full article

EA has been scaring PC gamers into thinking their Origin account is hacked (apparently for two weeks)

By | November 21st, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

EA is sending out an email that has seemingly scared a considerable number of Origin users into believing that their account has been hacked, but the good news is, this isn’t the case – in fact, the message is a notification of a free month of Origin Access Basic.

This is, essentially, a lesson in how not to word an email. And also, apparently, a lesson in mystifying inaction on the part of EA (more on that later).

As Kotaku’s Jason Schreier reports, he received an email telling him: “You’ve redeemed an Origin Access Membership Code”.… Read the full article

What are the steps of digital transformation?

By | November 21st, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

Digital transformation in business can help you reach more customers, improve business workflows, and augment your current technology footprint. It’s a smart way to attract new customers who view your firm as innovative and able to adjust to changing trends.

Emerging technologies such as 3D printing, cryptocurrencies, and 5G cellular service can make a huge impact on how you do business. The problem with any transformation, however, is that there needs to be a measured, careful implementation of that new technology.… Read the full article

Best bridge camera

By | November 21st, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

Bridge cameras are a versatile and affordable alternative to DSLRs. They offer many of the same manual controls (as well as a host of easy-to-use auto modes) plus a huge built-in zoom lens that covers everything from wide-angle to super-telephoto photography. 

In essence, bridge cameras are a versatile and often more affordable alternative to DSLRs or CSCs. They feature the same kind of manual controls (typically as well as a host of easy-to-use auto modes), alongside a large built-in zoom lens that will cover everything from wide-angle to super-telephoto photography.… Read the full article

LQ Gray Research ATube Amplifier

By | November 21st, 2019|Categories: ItisHifi - Vintage|Tags: |

LQ Gray Research ATube Amplifier

By | November 21st, 2019|Categories: ItisHifi - Vintage|Tags: |