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Android Q confirmed for the Essential Phone

Essential have confirmed that PH-1 devices will receive Android Q – the next version of the Google’s mobile operating system, which is likely to be released next summer. The company, which is led by Andy Rubin, one of the original creators of Android, broke the news in the latest edition ... Read More »

Sony will say goodbye to the PS Vita in Japan

In an announcement that will surprise no-one, but sadden many, Sony has revealed that the PS Vita will be ceasing production next year in Japan, the handheld console’s biggest market. The news comes months after Sony’s equivalent departments in the US and Europe announced a March 2019 end date for ... Read More »

The evolution of enterprise VPN will hinge on SD-WAN adoption

Virtual private networks (VPNs) have been around for over two decades. Enterprises have often resorted to using a mix of Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) VPNs with premium grade access and IPSec VPNs with lower cost broadband Internet. These hybrid designs include MPLS primary and IPSec broadband backup designs at a ... Read More »

Why you may need a new iPhone XS case after all

The just-revealed iPhone XS might look just like last year’s iPhone X, but it turns out they’re not exactly the same. The new smartphone’s camera housing is ever-so-slightly bigger, which means it might not fit if placed in a case made snugly for the iPhone X dimensions. The longer side ... Read More »

Magic Leap’s first big game is, surprisingly, Angry Birds

Magic Leap first captured imaginations with its promotional material (the video with whale in the gym is, admittedly, impressive) before, more recently, capturing our attention with its soul-crushing price: $2,295 (about £1,750, AU$3,160). What Magic Leap hasn’t been quick to do, however, was provide a concrete app or game for ... Read More »

IoT malware grew significantly during the first half of 2018

During the first half of 2018, malware designed specifically for Internet of Things (IoT) devices grew three-fold with over 120,000 modifications of malware according to new research from Kaspersky Lab. The security firm's IoT report revealed that the growth of malware families for smart devices is snowballing and part of ... Read More »