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Best smartphone 2019: iPhone, Huawei, Samsung and Google compared and ranked
Posted on Thursday April 25, 2019

Our updated list of the top iOS and Android mobile phones – at the best prices right now

Need a new smartphone but don’t know which one is the very best? Here’s a guide comparing the current top-end smartphones from Apple, Samsung, Huawei and others to help you pick the best handset for you.

There has never been a better time to buy a new flagship smartphone with many quality handsets available at a wider range of prices than ever before. Whether your priority is two-day battery life, fantastic camera performance or a spectacular screen, there’s plenty to choose from.

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Labour demands full inquiry into Huawei leak
Posted on Thursday April 25, 2019

Theresa May under pressure to find and sack source of national security council revelation

Labour has demanded “a full leak inquiry” into whoever was responsible for this week’s unauthorised disclosure from the national security council that the Chinese company Huawei will be allowed to supply 5G telecoms equipment in the UK.

Asking an urgent question in the Commons, Jo Platt, the shadow minister for the Cabinet Office, said: “If a minister did leak this information they are not fit to serve in the cabinet and they are certainly not fit to be prime minister.”

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Facebook takes down far-right groups days before Spanish election
Posted on Thursday April 25, 2019

Investigation uncovered networks reaching 1.7m people that were spreading fake news

Facebook has taken down several networks that were spreading far-right content to nearly 1.7 million people in Spain, days before national elections that are expected to see a surge in support for the far-right Vox party.

The networks were uncovered in an investigation by the campaign group Avaaz, and taken down only after it presented Facebook with its findings.

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How do I buy a laptop with an encrypted hard drive?
Posted on Thursday April 25, 2019

Derek needs to find a laptop with Windows 10 Home’s device encryption to keep his data safe

I want to buy a new Windows 10 laptop for home use, and I want one with device encryption capability, so that the boot drive is encrypted. Until recently, this has only been possible with Windows Professional editions using BitLocker. I now see that if a laptop has the right specification, all versions of Windows 10 can have device encryption turned on.

The problem is that it’s difficult, if not impossible, to get information from mainstream laptop vendors as to whether a specific model supports device encryption. Recent MacBooks are capable of using FileVault and Apple spells out which models support it, so why is this information so hard to find for Windows laptops? Derek

I’m glad you asked because you’re right: there’s a shocking lack of information about device encryption on laptops, and this applies to Microsoft, to PC manufacturers, and to retailers. It’s also something that laptop PC reviewers rarely seem to mention, which makes it hard, if not impossible, to tell how many laptops are compatible with Windows 10’s device encryption.

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Uber drivers plan shutdown over 'poverty wages' as company goes public
Posted on Wednesday April 24, 2019

Drivers will turn off apps in seven US cities on 8 May as collectives condemn IPO for lining executives’ pockets

Uber drivers in the US will stage a shutdown for 12 hours to protest against poor working conditions and low wages as the company goes public in May.

Drivers will log off the app in seven cities starting at noon on 8 May, the day Uber is expected to make its IPO. Drivers in San Francisco will also protest in front of the Uber headquarters. The action is backed by driver collectives including Gig Workers Rising in Northern California, Rideshare Drivers United in Los Angeles, and Chicago Rideshare Advocates.

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Tesla earnings: company posts surprisingly large losses in delayed report
Posted on Wednesday April 24, 2019

Firm reveals losses of $2.90 a share after waiting more than an hour after markets close

Tesla posted larger-than-expected losses in its first-quarter earnings report, as the company struggles with production rates and was forced to raise prices on a number of its cars.

The electric carmaker reported a loss of $2.90 a share in its filing, weaker than the $1.30 loss a share experts were expecting. The company’s stock closed out the day at $258.66 a share and prices fluctuated wildly in after hours trading.

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Tory MPs seek to overturn May's Huawei supply decision
Posted on Wednesday April 24, 2019

Plans to encourage candidates in any leadership contest to ban ‘non-core’ 5G equipment

Some Conservative MPs are hoping to overturn Theresa May’s decision to allow the Chinese telecoms firm Huawei to supply some “non-core” equipment for 5G mobile phone networks by persuading any future party leader to consider a blanket ban.

The decision was taken in principle by May and other senior ministers at a meeting of the cabinet’s national security council (NSC) on Tuesday afternoon, and leaked that evening amid cabinet unrest over the issue, to the frustration of Downing Street.

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Senior Tories alarmed over Huawei's new role within UK's network
Posted on Wednesday April 24, 2019

May has given Chinese telecoms firm limited role in supplying future 5G mobile network

Senior Tory MPs have expressed alarm about Theresa May’s readiness to give the Chinese telecoms firm Huawei a limited role in supplying the future 5G mobile phone network against the advice of some cabinet ministers, security chiefs and the US.

Huawei will be banned from supplying core parts of the network but will get a role in non-core technology, according to leaks from a meeting of the national security council (NSC).

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Huawei dilemma is a question of Britain's post-Brexit future
Posted on Wednesday April 24, 2019

The UK must weigh its ties to the US and Australia against the value of Chinese friendship

It may sound like an argument about technology, but in reality it is a battle of geopolitics. Should Brexit Britain yield to pressure from the US and ban Chinese hi-tech manufacturer Huawei from supplying kit to British mobile phone companies?

Or should the UK keep the door open to China – and benefit not just from cheaper technology but across the economy in sectors such as nuclear power, where the world’s most populous country has shown it is willing to invest.

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May to ban Huawei from providing 'core' parts of UK 5G network
Posted on Tuesday April 23, 2019

Telecoms firm will still be able to supply some technology, but decision may anger Beijing

Theresa May has ordered that Chinese telecoms supplier Huawei be banned from supplying core parts of the future 5G mobile phone network, following a meeting of ministers on the National Security Council (NSC).

Huawei will be allowed to supply some “non-core” technology to UK phone companies, insiders said, but several ministers in the meeting on Tuesday raised concerns even about that concession, arguing instead for a total ban on the supplier.

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How do I stop old USB drives from infecting my new Windows PC?
Posted on Thursday April 18, 2019

Jason wants to protect his new high-end laptop from viruses but needs data on old SD cards

I’ve just bought a high-end Windows laptop for video editing while travelling around Europe. What steps can I take to prevent any possible infections from being passed on from previous machines on SD cards and external hard drives? Some of the external hard drives go back to machines from 2004 but I have never plugged any of them into any computers other than my own previous Macs and PCs. I work professionally with video, photography and coding, so all of this data is vital.

I have a five-machine Bitdefender licence but I’d be prepared to use another protection system, and I’ve looked at Sophos Intercept X. Jason

There are at least three things to think about. First, there’s the threat level: how at risk are you? Second, there’s provenance: how much do you know about your devices? Third, how can you mitigate any risks revealed by the answers to the first two questions?

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I need a laptop that can handle CAD and has a good battery life
Posted on Thursday April 11, 2019

I’m an engineering student who wants to run professional design and manufacturing systems

I am an engineering student entering into either mechanical or ocean naval architecture. I need a new laptop able to run programs such as SolidWorks and some games, such as Civilization 5 and Stellaris. In addition, it needs to be portable and have good battery life.

I’ve started comparing laptops and think I’ve found a potential candidate: a Lenovo Yoga 730 with an eighth-generation Core i5-8250U, 8GB of RAM, and an Nvidia GeForce GTX-1050 4GB graphics card. Are these good specs for what I’m looking for? Rhya

There’s still a clear divide between ultra-thin-and-light laptops that double as tablets and high-performance laptops designed for running serious software, and you’re looking at the wrong side of it! I like Lenovo’s touch-screen Yoga laptops, and I own a bright orange one. It’s great for email, word processing and web browsing on the move. It’s not really suitable for running heavyweight programs like SolidWorks, where “16GB or more” is the minimum recommended memory.

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Can I abandon a Gmail address that’s getting too much porn?
Posted on Thursday April 04, 2019

IMB is receiving explicit emails and is thinking of creating a new account

Someone has been using my Gmail address to sign me up for things online, and I consistently get explicit emails sent to my inbox and my spam box. I have decided to get a new email address, abandon my current one and delete it from my phone account. What will happen to my old email address when I’m not using it? IMB

It’s amazing how little progress we have made in the past 30-odd years. First, any company that still emails people – or adds them to mailing lists – without a “double opt-in” is run by idiots. If anyone signs up for anything, they should get an email that they must click to confirm they really want whatever it is. This remains true even for porn sites.

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Should I use Microsoft Word on a Mac or a cheaper alternative?
Posted on Thursday March 28, 2019

Ed doesn’t want to pay an annual subscription for Office 365 and he’s looking for a compatible rival

I chose Microsoft Word for Mac when I switched to a MacBook Pro some years ago. As a writer, I have a very large number of Word files, but with Microsoft moving to an annual subscription model, the cost of remaining with Word is looking prohibitive.

Is there is a cheaper way of carrying on with Word, or, failing that, an alternative word processor with which I’ll still be able to open and edit my existing Word documents? Ed

Microsoft would prefer both Mac and Windows users of Office to move to the online version, Office 365, but it’s still entirely up to you. In fact, you can already use some Microsoft Office programs online, including Word, without paying Microsoft a penny. All you have to do is create a Microsoft Account using any working email address – it doesn’t have to be a Microsoft email address – and you can use online versions of Word, Excel and PowerPoint with free online storage in OneDrive. This is exactly the same as Google’s online suite. The main difference is that Microsoft’s programs are better, except for multiuser simultaneous editing.

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Myspace's music purge is the latest cultural scrubbing we'll regret | Will Cox
Posted on Wednesday April 10, 2019

Bob Dylan’s first acting role was wiped because it took up space. What might we mourn from 50m songs deleted from Myspace?

Back when people still bought CDs and streaming media was a slow and frustrating experience, my teenage band recorded a number of average songs and put them out. I have copies of two of the three EPs we released. What didn’t get committed to those low-print-run, landfill-fodder discs was uploaded to our MySpace and left to float in the digital forever of the internet.

Two weeks ago, MySpace announced on their front page that everything uploaded to the site between 2003 and 2015 had been lost in a botched “server migration project”. The entire golden age of MySpace (and several years after the golden age) has been wiped, including an estimated 50m songs from 14 million artists. It may have happened as far back as a year ago, but MySpace have kept quiet. Some were sceptical it was an accident. “We apologise for the inconvenience,” Myspace said.

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The political jostling behind Tory internet crackdown
Posted on Monday April 08, 2019

Online harms white paper fuses work of DCMS and Home Office, led by PM hopeful Sajid Javid

Sajid Javid’s warning social media companies face “serious consequences” if they don’t keep users safe marks one of the biggest incursions by the Home Office into the world of media regulation since the issue was hived off from the department in the 1990s.

The online harms white paper meshes together the work of officials at the Home Office, who have been pushing for a tough crackdown on tech companies from a law enforcement perspective, and Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) staff who traditionally regulate the media.

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Online harms white paper: could regulation kill innovation?
Posted on Thursday April 04, 2019

Government wants UK to be safest place to go online and also best place to grow a digital business

It’s rare to describe a government white paper as “trendy”, but among the small community of people who think deeply about how to rein in the the power of big tech, that’s exactly how these proposals will be seen.

The online harms white paper attempts a neat magic trick that tries to offer regulation that won’t scare away the titans of technology, while still providing enough teeth to ease the tabloid campaigns for accountability and action.

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Big tech has too much monopoly power – it's right to take it on | Kenneth Rogoff
Posted on Tuesday April 02, 2019

Presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren has accused technology giants of competing unfairly

Displaying a degree of courage and clarity that is difficult to overstate, US senator and presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren has taken on big tech, including Facebook, Google, Amazon and Apple. Warren’s proposals amount to a total rethink of the United States’ exceptionally permissive merger and acquisition policy over the past four decades. Indeed, big tech is only the poster child for a significant increase in monopoly and oligopoly power across a broad swath of the American economy. Although the best approach is still far from clear, I could not agree more that something needs to done, especially when it comes to big tech’s ability to buy out potential competitors and use their platform dominance to move into other lines of business.

Warren is courageous because big tech is big money for most leading Democratic candidates, particularly progressives, for whom California is a veritable campaign-financing ATM. And although one can certainly object, Warren is not alone in thinking that the tech giants have gained excessive market dominance; in fact, it is one of the few issues in Washington on which there is some semblance of agreement. Other candidates, most notably Senator Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota, have also taken principled stands.

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Fake reviews: How the Facebook 'factories' are still ripping us off
Posted on Saturday April 20, 2019

Months after a Which? investigation into the manufacture of misleading reviews on Amazon, most are still active

Consumers continue to risk being ripped off as a result of fake review “factories” on Facebook that manufacture misleading Amazon product reviews, says Which? It told Guardian Money that “nearly all” of the Facebook groups it uncovered last autumn were still active this month.

Earlier this week it claimed Amazon’s system was being undermined by a flood of fake five-star reviews for unfamiliar brands. Researchers analysed listings of hundreds of popular tech products and found top-rated items were dominated by brands with names such as Itshiny, Vogek and Aitalk, many with thousands of unverified reviews.

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'Companies are seldom treated like this': how Huawei fought back
Posted on Friday April 19, 2019

To dispel US suspicions, Chinese telecom firm welcomed dozens of journalists into its labs

A pillar box red electric train connects Paris, Verona and Grenada via Budapest’s Liberty Bridge and on to Heidelberg Castle in a 120-hectare fantasy business park dreamt up by the Chinese billionaire Ren Zhengfei.

Ren, 74, a former Red Army engineer who founded the telecommunications company Huawei in 1987 and still owns a 1.14% stake, asked the Japanese architect Kengo Kuma to recreate some of Europe’s most historic cities. He hoped to inspire an army of 25,000 research and development staff to challenge Apple, Google and Samsung.

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Huawei 5G row: Government 'cannot exclude' criminal investigation
Posted on Thursday April 25, 2019

A cabinet minister condemns the leaks from a National Security Council meeting about a UK 5G network.

Failed Zozosuit hits company profits
Posted on Thursday April 25, 2019

A failed experiment with a body-measuring suit has eaten away at fashion retailer Zozo's profits.

Huawei: Why UK is at odds with its cyber-allies
Posted on Wednesday April 24, 2019

The US has been pressing other nations to ban use of the Chinese firm's 5G kit on security grounds.

Neo-Nazi's Facebook account left active
Posted on Wednesday April 24, 2019

The social network says it is investigating why the profile was not removed - as it had promised.

Microsoft Paint: Fans rejoice as art app saved 'for now'
Posted on Wednesday April 24, 2019

After suggestions Paint could be removed from Windows, Microsoft says it's staying - "for now".

Dick Barnes, pioneer behind oldest working computer, dies
Posted on Wednesday April 24, 2019

Dick Barnes co-designed the machine used by engineers who built the world's first commercial nuclear reactor.

Hate speech: Facebook, Twitter and YouTube told off by MPs
Posted on Wednesday April 24, 2019

Facebook, Twitter and YouTube are accused of not doing their jobs as they face questions from MPs.

Netherlands 'hosts most child sex abuse images'
Posted on Tuesday April 23, 2019

About half of such images reported to the Internet Watch Foundation in 2018 were hosted in the Netherlands.

Huawei row: UK to let Chinese firm help build 5G network
Posted on Wednesday April 24, 2019

The US wants its intelligence allies, including the UK, to exclude the Chinese telecoms giant.

Huawei 5G row: Ministers demand leak inquiry
Posted on Wednesday April 24, 2019

One senior minister said leaking from the security council - the "holy of holies" - was extraordinary.

 


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