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England vs Australia live stream: how to watch Cricket World Cup 2019 match from anywhere

By | June 24th, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

The thing we're loving about the 2019 Cricket World Cup is that there are high profile matches around every corner. And they don't come much bigger than this one – England vs Australia. In an Ashes year, this is a dress rehearsal on the biggest stage. And calling a winner between these two is virtually impossible – even at the bookies, it appears.

Clear your Tuesday, because you're going to want to watch this one. That's why we've created this guide for getting an England vs Australia live stream, regardless of where you are in the world.… Read the full article

New Samsung SmartThings Cam is coming to take on the Amazon Cloud Cam

By | June 24th, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

In the ongoing war for your smart home, Samsung’s SmartThings brand is releasing a trio of new products that includes a cheaper Cloud Cam alternative: the lineup of 2019 products consists of the SmartThings Cam ($89.99), SmartThings Wifi Smart Plug ($17.99) and SmartThings Smart Bulb ($9.99) – all of which go on sale today.

While the Samsung SmartThings Smart Bulb seems to be a shot across the bow of smart bulb competitors Sengled, Philips and LIFX, it’s the SmartThings Cam and SmartThings Wifi Smart Plug that pose the biggest threat to Amazon.… Read the full article

What kind of laptop do you need for college work, really?

By | June 24th, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

When you’re out there looking for a student laptop, it’s easy to feel tempted by the latest and greatest hardware. You’ll see the new MacBook Pro with up to an Intel Core i9 processor (CPU) and 32GB of memory (RAM) – not to mention the beefy AMD Vega graphics – and likely assume you need that power to get through your school work effectively.

Luckily, you probably don’t.

Sure, there are some students that really need that kind of horsepower.… Read the full article

Today is the last day to register a .uk domain

By | June 24th, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

Businesses and individuals with a third-level domain (.co.uk, .org.uk, .me.uk, .net.uk, .plc.uk or .ltd.uk) have until Tuesday morning to secure the shorter second level (.uk) equivalent of their domain before it becomes available to the public.

Five years ago, Nominet, the registry for the .uk domain launched a new shorter domain ending called .uk. Registrants of existing .co.uk domains were given five years to decide if they wanted the corresponding .uk domain.

On Tuesday, June 25, the five year 'Right of Registration' period will come to an end with the deadline closing at 6:00 am BST.… Read the full article

Save $50 on the AMD Ryzen 5 2600 on Amazon

By | June 24th, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

We're still waiting for Amazon Prime Day to arrive, but you're in luck if you need to get an affordable processor before then. The Ryzen 5 2600, one of the best budget processors is 25% off on Amazon today in the US, meaning you can pick it up for as little as $149.99. 

This is a 6-core, 12-thread desktop processor with a boost clock of 3.9GHz. What's better, because all AMD processors are unlocked, you can overclock it to get even more performance – as long as you pick out a compatible motherboard.… Read the full article

Apple launches iOS 13 and iPadOS public beta early

By | June 24th, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

Apple must be feeling confident about iOS 13 and iPadOS, as the public beta for both operating system updates has launched a week sooner than anticipated.

Originally scheduled for July, Apple's public beta program allows you to get iOS 13 as well as iPadOS today and test them out on your existing iPhone and iPad, respectively.

There are a lot of changes attached to iOS 13, and even more in the separate iPadOS public beta. Apple is treating them as a distinct software platforms this year.… Read the full article

Costco Kicks Off July 4th TV Deals

By | June 24th, 2019|Categories: Sound + Vision|

Anxious to get a jump on July 4th, Costco has knocked $200 off the price of two TVs in Vizio’s M7 Quantum Series.
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macOS Catalina public beta is now available to download

By | June 24th, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

If you can’t wait until later this year to test out Apple’s latest operating system, then you can now download the macOS Catalina public beta.

Apple has now released the early version of macOS Catalina for anyone with a compatible Mac to try out. Initially, macOS Catalina was released as a Developer Preview, which required people to enrol in the Apple Developer Program, which costs $100 (about £69, AU$140).

However, the public beta is free.… Read the full article

CanJam SoCal 2019: HyperX and Audeze

By | June 24th, 2019|Categories: Innerfidelity|

I stopped by the HyperX booth on Saturday mainly intending to take a break from more intensive listening, and found myself doing quite the opposite.

The headphone is essentially a wired-only version of the Mobius with a tuning by HyperX. As usual, take show impressions with quite a grain of salt, but my immediate impression on putting them on was that they sounded better than the original Mobius itself. The bass was punchier and tighter, and the upper midrange seemed more natural and less artificial than the Mobius.… Read the full article

Austere: New Brand to Offer Affordable Accessories

By | June 24th, 2019|Categories: Sound + Vision|

You probably haven’t heard of Deena Ghazarian but behind-the-scenes she played an integral role in building brands you probably have heard of: Monster Products and Beats by Dre. Ghazarian is now applying 25 years of experience building consumer-technology and fashion brands to her new technology accessories company, Austere.
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