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Google Pixel 4 XL case render leak shows all the angles we haven’t seen before

By | July 19th, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

The Google Pixel 4 leaks are coming faster and faster, and there’s a new one for the larger Google Pixel 4 XL today allegedly showing the upcoming smartphone from the top, bottom and side to side – almost a complete picture of the device.

This leak comes courtesy of Twitter user Sudhanshu Ambhore (@sudhanshu1414) and originally spotted by MSPowerUser. The tweets purport to show the Pixel 4 XL within and beside transparent cases. 

This leak lines up with previous ones … mostly.… Read the full article

The Apple Watch Series 3 gets a price cut at Walmart’s ‘The Big Save’ sale

By | July 19th, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

If you're looking for a killer deal on an Apple Watch, then you're in luck. Walmart's 'The Big Save' summer sale is happening now and has the Apple Watch Series 3 down to $199. That's an $80 discount and the lowest price we've found for the best-selling smartwatch. Walmart also has the Apple Watch 3 with Cellular on sale for $299.

The Series 3 Apple Watch is a health-focused smartwatch that also keeps you connected with the ability to send messages, make calls, and receive notifications.… Read the full article

Senegal vs Algeria live stream: how to watch African Cup of Nations 2019 final online from anywhere

By | July 19th, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

It all comes down to Senegal vs Algeria to see who will win the 2019 African Cup of Nations. A tournament of giant killings, dramatic finishes and great goals, it really has lived up to all expectations. Tonight's final now has the makings of being a classic. And you can watch every kick from anywhere on Earth – with this dedicated Senegal vs Algeria live stream guide.

Senegal, who have never won the competition previously, go into the game as favourites with Betfair, having conceded just one goal in the 2019 tournament so far. While Algeria, who reached the final with a dramatic last gasp Riyad Mahrez free kick, will be aiming to win the tournament for the fist time since their triumph as hosts in 1990.… Read the full article

Best APM tools in 2019

By | July 19th, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

It's one thing to manage IT infrastructure and networks, but often it's the applications that require the most attention. It's not just that there can be so many of them, but also the fact they tend to update frequently which can cause problems with software conflicts and unexpected issues with hardware. 

This is where application performance management (APM) software tools can really reduce the IT management burden, by providing a single platform to manage all apps rather than having to manage and trouble-shoot each one individually.… Read the full article

Best small mouse 2019: the best small mice you can buy today

By | July 19th, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

There are many reasons to opt for the best small mouse when you’re building your new rig or upgrading your old peripherals. To start, if you’ve got small to average-sized hands, a smaller mouse will be more comfortable and less fatiguing to use.

But, the best small mice are great for other things, too. If you’re a traveling or work remotely and would like to get through your busy workload at a shared workspace, having a compact mouse to effortlessly stash in your messenger bag or backpack is convenient.… Read the full article

Cheap SIM only deal bargain: 2GB data for £5/pm for the first 3 months

By | July 19th, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

We all love a good bargain, and a new SIM only deal from a lesser-known name in the world of SIMO is offering just that. Dropping the cheapest Sim only deal on the market, this special offer from Smarty is a must grab for any bargain hunter out there.

Discounting the price of its small SIM only plan, Smarty is now offering a spend of just £5 a month. That price gets you 2GB of data, making it easily the cheapest option available.… Read the full article

Is FaceApp safe? A deeper look at the viral hit

By | July 19th, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

If you’ve been on Facebook, Twitter or pretty much any other social medium in the last few days then you can’t have failed to notice it – FaceApp is everywhere. 

Despite launching way back in January 2017, the app has suddenly received a new lease of viral life. 

But as quickly as it has appeared, the worries about what the company is actually doing with our photos and our privacy have followed too. So, is it time to worry?

What is FaceApp?

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Fake Office 365 site installs malware as browser update

By | July 19th, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

Microsoft users have been warned to watch out for a fake Office 365 site which is pushing malware disguised as a software update.

The site, discovered by researchers at MalwareHunterTeam, is designed to resemble a Microsoft-owned site, and even contains links that direct to pages hosted on Microsoft domains.

However after being on the site for a few seconds, users are presented with an alert saying that their browser needs to be updated in order to stay online.

Fake update

The site even presents different landing pages depending on the browser being users, offering up alerts tailored to Chrome and Firefox users which say their supposedly outdated software version could lead to errors and loss of data.… Read the full article

Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 release date, price, news and leaks

By | July 19th, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

Samsung is back at its peak in the smartwatch game as the company is making some of the best smart wristwear that money can buy with its best-in-class Samsung Galaxy Watch, and 2019's impressive Samsung Galaxy Watch Active.

Now, here's the weird thing – Samsung has often released a new smartwatch in August of each year, but the last 12 months have proven different as it released the Galaxy Watch Active in February around six months after the original Galaxy Watch.… Read the full article

BritBox is putting BBC and ITV shows behind a paywall – and people aren’t happy

By | July 19th, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

BritBox is approaching. Over two years after the streaming service launched in the US and Canada – largely as a way to export quality British TV overseas – BritBox is coming back home, with a UK launch officially coming between October and December this year.

As a joint venture between UK broadcasters BBC and ITV, BritBox will bundle in a variety of classic and modern TV shows for a monthly subscription of £5.99 per month ($6.99 in the US).

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