Thursday , 20 September 2018

Rdio’s bankruptcy is Pandora’s gain

While Pandora‘s been cranking out the tunes for over 15 years, and has more monthly listeners than anyone but YouTube, it’s always been something of a one trick pony, and not a particularly profitable one at that. Now it’s looking to expand its music offering to include on demand streaming and live events. Following Rdio‘s decision to file for bankruptcy, ... Read More »

SBS viewers demand Apple TV app, so it’s coming in 2016

2016 is set to be a big year for multicultural broadcaster SBS. Hot off the back of launching its own dedicated Food channel, the broadcaster has today confirmed it will launch a new Apple TV app in 2016. Not only that, but there will also be a new Chromecast support for SBS On Demand to accompany the shiny new Apple ... Read More »

Hackers insert hard-to-remove firmware deep inside Cisco enterprise routers

Security researchers have uncovered rogue malware on Cisco enterprise routers that persists even after a router has been restarted. Mandiant’s team discovered the SYNful Knock implant on business routers in four different countries and when researching it realised that it differs from the malware found on many consumer routers as it doesn’t disappear when the device is restarted. “Finding backdoors ... Read More »

Updated: LG G5 release date, news and rumors

Update: The LG G5 could have a full metal body, finally allowing it to compete with the HTC’s and Apple’s of the world. The LG G4 got a lot right, but with a couple of significant missteps and a few other minor niggles it didn’t quite reach the heights of greatness we’d hoped. That’s okay though, because 2016 is another ... Read More »

Asian streaming service iFlix now supports offline viewing

Often referred to as Asia’s answer to Netflix (until that particular service arrives in the region early next year), iFlix has become a respected player in the SVOD scene since its launch in June this year. Though it may not have Netflix’s reach or subscriber numbers, iFlix has one-upped its rival in one very important area with the addition of ... Read More »

Inside Windows 10’s November update: 3 tips to get started

Microsoft recently released its anticipated Windows 10 November update that included new messaging apps and some small tweaks to the Windows experience. If you haven’t received the update yet you will soon. Unlike other updates, this one is a big enough overhaul that you go through a similar process to the original Windows 10 install. Once that’s done, you won’t ... Read More »

How to take screenshots of the Apple TV

Whenever a new gadget is released, we tech writers have to figure out how to take screenshots of the device. It is important that we are able to show readers what the display looks like when we are describing features. You may wish to do this too: you may want to capture a screen to share with a friend or ... Read More »

20 best dual-SIM smartphones 2015/2016: best phones that take two SIMs

Best dual-SIM phones. Here’s our list of the best dual-SIM smartphones you can buy in the UK in 2015/2016. Best dual-SIM smartphones: best phones into which you can put two SIM cards. Plus: Best dual-SIM phones buying advice. (See all phone reviews.) Dual-SIM smartphones let you use two SIMs in a single phone. Most people who use dual-SIM phones find ... Read More »

Cisco adds programmability to Internet routers

Cisco this week enhanced its network operating system software to boost the performance of cloud applications and reduce operational costs. As promised last week by CEO Chuck Robbins, Cisco unveiled an upgrade to its IOS XR software that features improved programmability and tighter integration with popular IT configuration and management tools. The software was developed with some leading web companies, ... Read More »

New Dell partnership throws doubt on traditional antivirus programs

A partnership announced by Dell on Tuesday shows how cybersecurity defenses are evolving, which could have wide-ranging effects on vendors like Symantec, McAfee and Trend Micro. The PC giant has partnered with Cylance, an Irvine, California-based company that specializes in detecting and blocking attacks on endpoint computers. Early next year, Dell will wrap Cylance’s Protect product in its Data Protection Endpoint ... Read More »

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