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AMD Radeon VII release date, news and features

The whole computing world has been waiting with bated breath for AMD’s high-end graphics card – and it’s finally here. Although it’s not the Vega II launch that seemed all but certain, the Radeon VII looks like a stunner that … Continue reading

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Netflix hits 139 million subs, but fears YouTube and Fortnite

If you get the feeling that everyone you know has a Netflix subscription, there’s a good chance you’re right – Netflix just announced that it has 139 million paying subscribers around the world.  That number doesn’t take into consideration all … Continue reading

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Top Tech Conferences: The Ultimate B2B tech events and show guide for 2019

For information about adding your event to this list and featured listing opportunities please contact mike.moore@futurenet.com. Love it or loathe it, events and conferences are often where wheelers and dealers in the world of technology meet to decide on the … Continue reading

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DuckDuckGo’s location searches are now powered by Apple Maps

DuckDuckGo has touted itself as the search engine that puts privacy first, promising to never to track its users. In an effort to improve on this promise, the search engine has now partnered with Apple Maps for its location-based searches … Continue reading

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The best iPhone 7 plans and prices in Australia compared

Update: Currently, we're not seeing any iPhone plans being offered by anyone but Telstra, and it's fluctuating in and out of stock there, but you can always check out our best iPhone 8 deals in the meantime. This page is … Continue reading

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Magic Leap One

Behold the Magic Leap One. After years of secretive development, and a huge amount of hype about its stylish design and holographic imaging, Magic Leap’s premium augmented reality headset is now on the market. Well, in North America at least. … Continue reading

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At CES 2019, the CEO behind this life-saving fire detector is willing to sell to Apple, Google or Amazon

You have a smoke detector in your home, and it may even be 'smart,' but it doesn't actually detect fire like the Safer Alarms system we checked out at CES 2019. There's a big difference between smoke and fire detectors, … Continue reading

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iPhone 11 tipped to have faster Wi-Fi, but 5G might have to wait

It's closing in on four months since the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR were revealed by Apple, which means it's high time we started thinking about what the 2019 iPhones might have to offer – and the … Continue reading

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Hybrid processors at CES 2019 are the future of computing

While Intel and AMD were outdoing each other at CES 2019 by announcing their respective 10-nanometer (nm) and 7nm processors, both companies also introduced hybrid processors that may change the future of computing forever. On one side, there’s Intel’s LakeField … Continue reading

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A holistic approach to technology: how SMBs can continue to innovate

There’s no doubt that the UK and Europe’s small and medium sized businesses (SMBs) are experiencing fundamental change in their markets. As well as regulatory requirements and economic shifts taking place, emerging technologies such as AI and Robotic Process Automation … Continue reading

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Google Chrome Labs’ latest experiment is an Etch-a-Sketch for your browser

If you miss the days of struggling to draw a simple shape using iron filings with a classic Etch-a-Sketch, you'll love the latest experiment from Google Chrome Labs (a sandbox where the company lets its developers work on their own … Continue reading

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