Best travel apps in 2018 to download for your phone

Best travel apps in 2018 to download for your phone Best travel apps of 2018 Travel season has just begun to kick off, but traveling brings with it a number of inherent issues. Luckily, thanks to the magic of technology, many of these problems are easily remedied with apps for your mobile device.With cheap and easy flights to pretty much any country you can think of, it's never been so easy to travel the globe. Still, traveling brings with it many inevitable headaches that can drive you crazy. To help make the whole experience of traveling less of a hassle we have collected the best travel apps available on the market today.This list includes a wide range of different kinds of apps to cover every facet of travel, from how to get there, to activities you can enjoy once you arrive, how to communicate with the locals and even apps that take the hassle out of paying for stuff. It couldn’t...
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Huawei Band 3 Pro: what we want to see

Huawei Band 3 Pro: what we want to see Great battery life and a fairly low price, combined with an assortment of features you’d expect to pay more for, meant the Huawei Band 2 Pro was a strong fitness band, albeit one with plenty of faults.That’s why we’re hoping there will be a Huawei Band 3 Pro, and also hoping that Huawei will learn from the current band and fix the main issues it faced.At the end of this article you’ll find the main improvements we’d like to see, but before that here’s everything we know or suspect about the Huawei Band 3 Pro so far. Cut to the chase What is it? The next Huawei fitness bandWhen is it out? Unknown, but maybe late 2018What will it cost? Probably at least $69.99 / £79.99 (around AU$140)Huawei Band 3 Pro release date and price There’s no news on when the Huawei Band 3 Pro might launch, but the Huawei Band 2...
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Xiaomi Redmi 6 Pro official renders, unboxing images revealed ahead of launch

Xiaomi Redmi 6 Pro official renders, unboxing images revealed ahead of launch Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has posted the official renders of its upcoming budget device, dubbed as the Redmi 6 Pro on Weibo, a Chinese social media portal. Additionally, a Chinese website has also posted unboxing images of the device ahead of its launch.Xiaomi is scheduled to launch the Redmi 6 Pro and the Mi Pad 4 in China on June 25. The specifications and an image of the device were revealed earlier when it was spotted on TENAA and now, the official renders and unboxing images have revealed the complete design of the device. Xiaomi Redmi 6 Pro Specifications The Xiaomi Redmi 6 Pro looks similar to the Redmi Note 5 Pro at the back but at the front, it has a 19:9 notch display, making it the first Redmi device to feature a notch and the second device from Xiaomi with a notch after the Mi 8...
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Oppo’s Find X ditches the notch for pop-up cameras

Oppo’s Find X ditches the notch for pop-up cameras If there’s a singular trend to point to for phones in 2018, it’s the effort to cram as much screen into a device as possible. Oppo’s new Find X, which is being officially announced in Paris today, combines a number of trendy design ideas, plus some even newer tricks, to fit an extremely large 6.4-inch display into a phone that you can still hold in one hand. The Find X’s design is so space efficient that Oppo claims it has a screen to body ratio of 92.25 percent. And it does this without utilizing a notch, which should make at least some people happy. The most interesting aspect of the Find X’s design is its camera system, which is completely hidden when the phone is off or the camera app is closed. When you turn the Find X on and open... Continue reading… ...
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Email security startup Tessian raises $13M led by Balderton and Accel

Email security startup Tessian raises $13M led by Balderton and Accel Tessian (formerly called CheckRecipient), the London-based startup that is deploying machine learning to improve email security, has raised $13 million in Series A funding. Leading the round is Balderton Capital, and existing backer Accel. A number of previous investors also followed on, including Amadeus Capital Partners, Crane, LocalGlobe, Winton Ventures, and Walking Ventures. Founded in 2013 by three engineering graduates from Imperial College — Tim Sadler, Tom Adams and Ed Bishopon — Tessian is built on the premise that humans are the weak link in company email and data security. This can either be through mistakes, such as a wrongly intended recipient, or through nefarious employee activity. By applying “machine intelligence” to monitoring company email, the startup has developed various tools to help prevent this. Once installed on a company’s email systems, Tessian’s machine learning tech analyses an enterprise’s email networks to understand normal and abnormal email sending patterns and...
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US Open golf live stream: how to watch the final round online for free from anywhere

US Open golf live stream: how to watch the final round online for free from anywhere After three brutal days of the US Open 2018 at Shinnecock Hills, it's absolutely anybody's guess who's going to take home the second major golf championship of the year. We know that it's not going to be Jordan Spieth, Rory McIlroy, Jason Day or Tiger Woods - all cut after the second round - but after that, it's virtually impossible. We'll tell you how to watch the highs and the very many lows of the final round of the US Open from anywhere in the world - and there's even a free live stream to enjoy, too. Heading into the weekend, it seemed like Dustin Johnson would take some beating. But he really struggled on Saturday, and the likes of Daniel Berger (pictured) and Tony Finau took advantage of a more clement morning to share the lead with him at the start of the final...
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AT&T completes its acquisition of Time Warner

AT&T completes its acquisition of Time Warner AT&T has sealed the deal to buy Time Warner in a major piece of media and technology consolidation. The deal — which is $85.4 billion and a total of $108 billion with debt — was first announced in October 2016 and, having passed a court approval earlier this week, it was completed on Thursday. That’s a long cycle to complete a transaction, but this is a complicated one that sees AT&T take control of Time Warner, as well as HBO, Warner Brother’s film studio and its Turner channels. That’s likely to create a complicated web of conflicts, as both media distribution and content creation come together under the same parent. “The content and creative talent at Warner Bros., HBO and Turner are first-rate. Combine all that with AT&T’s strengths in direct-to-consumer distribution, and we offer customers a differentiated, high-quality, mobile-first entertainment experience,” Randall Stephenson, chairman and CEO of AT&T, said in a statement. “We’re going to...
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