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The best Sous Vide cooker: the finest brands and models on sale in 2019

By | March 16th, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

If you're interested in buying a sous vide cooker, then you've come to the right place. We've listed the top sous vide machines and compared the best prices from online retailers. 

You might first be wondering, what exactly is a sous vide and how does it work? Sous vide is a method of cooking that involves preparing food in pouches, submerged in water that's held at a precisely controlled temperature. To use a sous vide machine, just fill a pot with water, set the desired temperature and time, and cook everything (meat, souffle, carrots) to perfection.… Read the full article

Wales vs Ireland live stream: how to watch Six Nations rugby online from anywhere

By | March 16th, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

Are you ready!? It's the final round of the 2019 Six Nations and a very strong Welsh side are all set to take on a powerful Ireland. With the championship title at stake, all eyes will be on Cardiff this Saturday afternoon. So be sure to grab hold of a Wales vs Ireland live stream, regardless of where in the world you are.

Wales will win the Grand Slam if Ireland can be beaten in this match, having not lost a game in the Six Nation 2019 so far.… Read the full article

Driverless car companies need to get their maps in shape

By | March 16th, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

Google, Ford, Uber, Tesla – private companies are racing to develop autonomous cars, using whatever maps and sensor data is available. The fierce competition pushes technology ahead, but it could pose a risk to society if companies are working in siloes.

We spoke with Miranda Sharp, innovation director at Ordnance Survey – the UK’s national mapping agency, which is working with the government to build a national infrastructure and testing regime for connected and autonomous vehicles.

“In a dystopian view […] we’d all just spend our whole time in traffic”

Miranda Sharp, Ordnance Survey

She explains that as things stand, there’s no consistent, secure way for cars to share safety-critical information, which means a worse experience for everyone – potentially defeating the point of self-driving cars.… Read the full article

More reports hint at a triple-lens, square rear camera for the iPhone 11

By | March 16th, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

When the iPhone 11, or iPhone XI, or whatever Apple decides to call it emerges, the top models might well come sporting triple-lens rear cameras, according to new reports – reports which back up rumors we heard back in January.

The main source for the new claim is Japanese blog Macotakara, which has a reasonable record in predicting future moves from Apple, and whose writers are apparently in touch with people in the supply chain.

Macotakara says some of the more expensive iPhone 11 models are going to feature a triple-lens camera and a flash in a rectangular arrangement – apparently similar to the way the lens are laid out on the Huawei Mate 20 and Huawei Mate 20 Pro.… Read the full article

Italy vs France live stream: how to watch Six Nations 2019 rugby online from anywhere

By | March 16th, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

This game sees Italy play host to France at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome for the final round of the 2019 Six Nations. Despite the at-home advantage, Italy is up against it as the regular losing side in this Six Nations – having lost 21 times in a row across the last few competitions. But with nothing to play for other than pride it could see Italy present a challenge to the hit-and-miss French side – and you can get an Italy vs France live stream no matter where you are this weekend.… Read the full article

Plusnet’s reward card offer makes it one of the best cheap broadband deals available

By | March 16th, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

Every internet provider has a little extra incentive they throw on top of their cheap broadband deals to help make them all the more tempting. When it comes to Plusnet, it likes to offer up pre-paid Mastercards, which just so happens to make them one of the effective cheapest options week after week.

Its latest promotion is no exception to that rule, giving away a £50 pre-paid Mastercard with its ADSL broadband deals. It means that Plusnet is effectively dropping its monthly price by roughly £3.… Read the full article

Best Sony phones 2019: finding the right Sony Xperia smartphone for you

By | March 16th, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

Sony has a fantastically loyal fan base for its smartphones, but even if you're not fully aligned with the Xperia way of doing things there are some enticing handsets on offer and we're here to find the best Sony phone for you.

Its high-end smartphones are designed for those who love media on the move, with large screens, plenty of power under the hood and, in some cases, eye-popping 4K displays.

Sony takes the technology it's developed for its TV and camera ranges and crams it into smartphones, offering you solid specs and enticing features.… Read the full article

Best phones under Rs 15,000 in India for March 2019

By | March 16th, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

With the sub-Rs 15,000 smartphone segment in India filled up to the brim, consumers are spoilt for choices. Companies like Samsung to Xiaomi offer a huge range of phones, making it even harder to zero in on a single phone that one can go ahead and buy. On the upside, there's something for everyone. 

Sadly, smartphone innovation isn't cheap – and most of it is reserved for high-end phones. Having said that, features that were once impossible to imagine on affordable phones have in fact made their way to phone priced under Rs 15,000, thanks to the competitive market and Chinese manufacturers, that hold a massive market share in India.… Read the full article

LG TV lineup 2019: every LG TV model coming this year

By | March 15th, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

Will 2019 be the year of OLED TVs? LG certainly thinks so – with the company's own organic LED panel technology making up 20% of their portfolio this year.

It's a year marked by collaboration, as seen in the Alexa and Google Assistant support coming to new LG ThinQ smart TVs in 2019 and the Airplay 2 support coming by way of Apple, allowing streaming of iTunes movies and TV shows. 

There's also be a host of visual enhancements with the new Alpha A9 (Gen.… Read the full article

Want an LG OLED TV in 2019? Be prepared to drop at least $2,500

By | March 15th, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

 LG has announced the US pricing and availability of its 2019 OLED TV series including the C9, E9 and W9 OLEDs. 

The first of these TVs, the 55-inch LG OLED55C9PUA, will be available in April for $2,500 before jutting up in June for the $12,999 77-inch OLED77W9PUA.

Here’s a full breakdown of the pricing structure:

  • 55-inch C9 OLED (54.6 inches diagonal) – OLED55C9PUA – $2,499 (available in April) 
  • 65-inch C9 OLED (64.5 inches diagonal) – OLED65C9PUA – $3,499 (available in April) 
  • 77-inch C9 OLED (76.8 inches diagonal) – OLED77C9PUB – $6,999 (available in May) 
  • 55-inch E9 OLED (54.6 inches diagonal) – OLED55E9PUA – $3,299 (available in June) 
  • 65-inch E9 OLED (64.5 inches diagonal) – OLED65E9PUA – $4,299 (available in April) 
  • 65-inch W9 OLED (64.5 inches diagonal) – OLED65W9PUA – $6,999 (available in June) 
  • 77-inch W9 OLED (76.7 inches diagonal) – OLED77W9PUA – $12,999 (available in June)   

Missing from this lineup, you might’ve noticed, is the entry-level B9 OLED and higher-end Rollable OLED TV R – both of which are still in the works, but it seems LG won’t reveal their pricing and release date until later this year.… Read the full article