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Stream PC games to your Nintendo Switch with the upcoming Rainway app

Although Nintendo is sprinkling some gems throughout the launch year of the Switch, the hybrid console will never have a library quite as large as that of the PlayStation 4 or Xbox One. That’s one of the reasons why the internet is abuzz over an app called Rainway, which the creators say will allow gamers to leverage the power of ... Read More »

New technology that can help the 360 million people with hearing loss

For the 360 million people worldwide who lack some or all of their ability to hear, technological interventions have already come a long way. But still, they’re not perfect. Hearing aids don’t translate certain frequencies as well as regular hearing, and some users find hearing interventions uncomfortable or are ideologically opposed to them. Soon that might all change. Scientists are ... Read More »

Face to face with top North Korean diplomat

Two days ago, I stood on the edge of Kim Il-sung Square in the centre of Pyongyang and watched, with a mixture of awe and unease, as North Korea’s giant military parade passed by. Back in that same location today, the vast space of the square was almost empty except for a few government workers on foot and the odd ... Read More »

Take Your Company From Average To Exceptional With These Business-Building Strategies

If you’re like most ambitious business owners, you want your company to become increasingly successful with each passing day. However, you’ve probably realized that this will not happen magically. Rather, you need to systematically implement business-building techniques that are known to generate substantive results. Below you’ll find just three of many techniques you can use to take your company from ... Read More »

O2 signs multi-million pound WiFi deal with City of London

O2 has signed a new multi-million pound deal which will see free WiFi delivered to business, residents and visitors in the City of London over the next 15 years. The operator has partnered up with the City of London corporate, claiming the investment is one of the largest into wireless infrastructure ever seen in the capital. Cornerstone Telecommunications Infrastructure Ltd ... Read More »

Spark follows 2degrees in launching mobile plan with no fixed cap

iles “without restriction”. Spark has responded to 2degrees’ launch of an “unlimited” mobile plan by announcing a similar service at a lower price three days later. Unlike 2degrees it is steering clear of marketing its flat-rate plans as offering unlimited mobile data, instead saying they allow customers to use their mobiles “without restriction”. Spokesman Jason Paris said the first 22 gigabytes of mobile data customers consumed each month on ... Read More »

Logitech G Pro Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Launched With RGB Backlit Romer-G Switches

HIGHLIGHTS Users can customise individual key light on the keyboard Will be made available later this month Comes with Romer-G mechanical switches Logitech has unveiled its G Pro Mechanical Gaming Keyboard meant specifically for e-sports gamers and claims to offer faster keystroke processing, which as most of you might know, can prove to be crucial in competitive gaming. The keyboard ... Read More »

Over 100 Android Apps on Google Play Found to Be Infected With Windows Malware

HIGHLIGHTS 132 apps were found infected with malware The security firm traced the infected apps to a common location Malware were downloaded from domains that have been disabled Android has been known to suffer malware attacks from time to time. Just recently in December, it was reported that a malware called ‘Gooligan’ breached accounts of more than a million users. ... Read More »

LG G6 is official with FullVision 18:9 display, Snapdragon 821 chipset

The smartphone star of MWC 2017 has been announced – this is the LG G6. A ‘Full-vision’ display, water and dust protection plus some careful impact resistant design, cameras aplenty, tried and tested internals – the G6 may no longer be the flagship (the V-series will fly that banner from now on), but it sure sounds like flagships should be ... Read More »

AMD bundles Ashes of the Singularity with FX processors ahead of Ryzen’s launch

The hotly anticipated Ryzen processors are expected to start rolling out in early March, but AMD’s still pushing its older FX-series chips folks looking to build a budget gaming PC. Newegg and AMD just revealed a FX processor promotion that bundles a 6- or 8-core chip with the real-time strategy game Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation, the poster child for cutting-edge ... Read More »