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UK’s ‘tough’ new broadband advertising rules come into force

THE ADVERTISING STANDARDS AGENCY (ASA) has begun enforcing ‘tough’ new advertising rules for broadband providers starting today, in a bid to stop customers being misled about so-called ‘peak’ speeds.  The new guidelines, first announced by the Committee of Advertising Practice (CAP) last year, mean that ISPs can now only advertise “average” download speeds if at least 50 per cent of ... Read More »

First Look: Razer Core X

Razer doesn’t scrimp on the internal specs of its premium Razer Blade gaming laptops – but it still likes to keep them slick and thin rather than some of its rivals’ humongous fan-sporting competition. Extra space affords extra power, however, which is why Razer is introducing the Razer Core X, a plug-and-play external graphics card enclosure to boost the gaming ... Read More »

First Look: Razer Core X

Razer doesn’t scrimp on the internal specs of its premium Razer Blade gaming laptops – but it still likes to keep them slick and thin rather than some of its rivals’ humongous fan-sporting competition. Extra space affords extra power, however, which is why Razer is introducing the Razer Core X, a plug-and-play external graphics card enclosure to boost the gaming ... Read More »

Google details how it will overturn encryption signals in Chrome

Google has further fleshed out plans to upend the historical approach browsers have taken to warn users of insecure websites, spelling out more gradual steps the company will take with Chrome this year. Starting in September, Google will stop marking plain-vanilla HTTP sites – those not secured with a digital certificate, and which don’t encrypt traffic between browser and site ... Read More »

Google details how it will overturn encryption signals in Chrome

Google has further fleshed out plans to upend the historical approach browsers have taken to warn users of insecure websites, spelling out more gradual steps the company will take with Chrome this year. Starting in September, Google will stop marking plain-vanilla HTTP sites – those not secured with a digital certificate, and which don’t encrypt traffic between browser and site ... Read More »

Chinese school uses facial recognition to check if pupils aren’t concentrating

A CHINESE SCHOOL is thought to be the first in the world to use surveillance and AI monitoring to keep its students in check. The South China Morning Post, based amongst the slightly more liberal media of Hong Kong, reports that one child has said that he “daren’t let his mind wander” as a result of the installation, that uses cameras a ... Read More »

UCLH invests in AI to ease burden on doctors and nurses

University College London Hospitals (UCLH) has unveiled plans to use artificial intelligence to ease the burden on healthcare professionals by taking on tasks that could include diagnosing cancer and lowering AE wait times. Bryan Williams, director of research at UCLH NHS Foundation Trust, said, “It’s going to be a game-changer. You can go on your phone and book an airline ... Read More »

How to watch Stevenson vs Jack: live stream the boxing online from anywhere

Toronto is going to be the home to tonight’s big fight where home country light-heavyweight hero Adonis Stevenson takes on Swedish Badou Jack. Adonis ‘Superman’ Stevenson is set to defend his WBC title against the former super-middleweight titleholder, and below we’ve got all the details so you can live stream the action online. Stevenson vs Jack – where and when? ... Read More »

6 tips for faster Apple iPhone charging

Apple will allegedly introduce a fast-charging system inside the box with every iPhone sold later this year. While we wait for this magical moment in iPhone history, I’ve put together six tips for faster charging using the technology you have. What’s the rumor about iPhone charging? Images purported to show a prototype of the new charging device began circulating this week. ... Read More »

Steam Link beta for Android brings your game collection to your mobile

STEAM GAMES are available natively in Android for the first time after a beta version of the Steam Link app, first promised only last week, arrived in the Google Play Store on Thursday, The app isn’t a native Steam client, but rather a VNC-powered streaming service, much like GeForce Now from Nvidia. It is only available on local networks, and ... Read More »

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