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Huawei MateBook X Pro available in the US, special offers included

Image: Huawei The value of the Huawei MateBook X Pro for US customers just took a major leap forward with today’s US pricing and availability information. Last month we tested the Huawei MateBook X Pro and based part of our rating on the only available pricing info, which was European pricing. We now have US pricing and the two available ... Read More »

The Acer Predator Helios 500 is a gaming laptop that’s overclockable in all the right places

The Acer Predator Helios 500 is a gaming laptop designed for extreme gamers. Not infinitely wealthy ones, such as the lucky 300 who bought a limited-edition $8,000 Predator 21 X, but reasonably well-financed ones who could instead “settle” for a model that offers an overclockable GPU and a few overclockable CPU options as well. That’s just the beginning. We saw ... Read More »

Lenovo ThinkPad T480s review: A solid business workhorse with all-day battery life

Lenovo’s ThinkPad T-series laptops are designed to deliver the performance and durability required by demanding business users. They are not the most portable devices in the ThinkPad lineup, but with 14-inch and 15-inch screens they offer plenty of screen space for working. Battery life is good too, with Lenovo claiming up to 13.5 hours of uptime away from mains power. ... Read More »

Tech companies to disclose foreign software probes under US Bill: Report

A piece of proposed legislation reportedly facing the United States Senate would force US tech companies to divulge whether they permit nations including China and Russia to examine the source code of software they sell to the US military, a report has said. According to Reuters, the Bill was approved 25-2 on Thursday by the Senate Armed Services Committee, with ... Read More »

Fujitsu Lifebook U938 First Take: A premium lightweight ultraportable

Fujitsu’s U-series Lifebook laptops are slim and light, and ideal for the mobile professional. The 8th-generation Intel Core processor in the 13.3-inch Lifebook U938 should equip it to handle fairly demanding workloads too. My review sample was a startlingly bright red, although conservative types may prefer the black option. Either way, the U938’s size and portability really impress. It comes ... Read More »

Basslink subsea cable restoration delayed yet again

The Basslink Interconnector subsea cable, which was due to return to service next week, has been delayed again. According to Basslink, the cable will be back in operation in early June rather than the previous May 31 date due to “logistics and scheduling challenges beyond the control of Basslink”. “Due to the highly specialised nature of the equipment needed for ... Read More »

Fujitsu Lifebook U938 First Take: A premium lightweight ultraportable

Fujitsu’s U-series Lifebook laptops are slim and light, and ideal for the mobile professional. The 8th-generation Intel Core processor in the 13.3-inch Lifebook U938 should equip it to handle fairly demanding workloads too. My review sample was a startlingly bright red, although conservative types may prefer the black option. Either way, the U938’s size and portability really impress. It comes ... Read More »

Google, Facebook hit with serious GDPR complaints: Others will be soon

Video — GDPR deadline: Organizations are struggling to comply. With the introduction of the European Union’s blockbuster new privacy regime, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), it took no time at all for privacy activists to lodge serious complaints about the behavior of Google and Facebook — and they’re promising more within the coming weeks. The complaints come from a ... Read More »

​VMware ready to release new OpenStack cloud program

Video: Walmart engineers: How we use OpenStack, OpenOps Read this VMware’s role in OpenStack: A second look I had believed that VMware took part in the OpenStack community because it was dragged there by its customers. Boy, I was wrong. VMware’s Dan Wendlandt helps set me straight. Read More At OpenStack Summit in Vancouver, Canada, VMware released its newest Infrastructure-as-a-Service ... Read More »

The ICO has only collected half of data breach fines since 2010

The General Data Protection Regulation, which has major implications for how companies store and process personal data, is now in force. Watchdogs now have the power to enforce fines in the millions of pounds to those who breach regulations – although hopefully the UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office will be more diligent about collecting them than it has been with previous ... Read More »

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