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    What’s the best way to set up a secondary internet hub?

    by Ian Collen
    What’s the best way to set up a secondary internet hub?
    With one member setting up a remote office in their garden, the forum has plenty of suggestions on the best ways to get connected – from the simple wired solution to your expanded wireless options.  
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    Ring video doorbell users facing a 40% price hike

    by Ian Collen
    Ring video doorbell users facing a 40% price hike
    The company has announced that its Ring Protect Basic subscription fees will be jumping to £4.99/$4.99 a month or £49.99/$49.99 per year from March.  
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    Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra Smartphone Review

    by David Phelan
    Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra Smartphone Review
    As new smartphone cycles feel like they arrive ever faster, how do manufacturers make the latest flagship models stand out from the crowd, and even their own legacy models? If you're Samsung, you take the best of what you've already got, buff it up with some titanium, add a dose of AI and release the flagship Galaxy S24 Ultra. Does the new recipe make a flavoursome difference?  
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    Samsung officially unveils the S24 smartphone series

    by Ian Collen
    Samsung officially unveils the S24 smartphone series
    With the introduction of Galaxy AI in 2024, the new line-up could be the first in line to benefit from some of its latest tech, powered by the new ProVisual Engine.  
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    CES VIDEO: Sony Stand Tour

    by Phil Hinton
    CES VIDEO: Sony Stand Tour
    We give you a video tour around the Sony CES 2024 Stand.  
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    Wi-Fi Alliance introduces Wi-Fi Certified 7

    by Ian Collen
    Wi-Fi Alliance introduces Wi-Fi Certified 7
    Though perhaps one of the more understated arrivals during CES, the integration of the new Wi-Fi 7 features could still be a key addition to many of the year’s big releases.  
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    Apple Vision Pro set to launch in February

    by Ian Collen
    Apple Vision Pro set to launch in February
    The new spatial computer bundled into an immersive mixed-reality headset will debut in the US at the beginning of next month, albeit at no small cost.  
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    Dell unveils new XPS laptops and UltraSharp monitors

    by Ian Collen
    Dell unveils new XPS laptops and UltraSharp monitors
    The updated XPS 13 is joined by the XPS 14 and XPS 16, while the new 40 and 34-inch Curved Thunderbolt Hub monitors offer up to 5K viewing and a 120Hz refresh rate.  
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    Meet new friends and virtual enemies in the VR Online Gaming Lobby

    by Ian Collen
    Meet new friends and virtual enemies in the VR Online Gaming Lobby
    This new thread looks to bring Virtual Reality gamers together for some fun co-op/multiplayer action, so if you’re looking for online allies (or rivals) then check in to see the latest invites, or maybe post one of your own!  
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    Samsung Display begins mass production of new QD-OLED monitors

    by Ian Collen
    Samsung Display begins mass production of new QD-OLED monitors
    The line-up includes a 32 inch UHD and 27 inch QHD model on the way for 2024, with the former boasting 140PPI and the latter offering up gamer-friendly 360Hz refresh rates.  
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    Google launches its Gemini AI model

    by Ian Collen
    Google launches its Gemini AI model
    The Ultra version is set to offer the company’s largest and most capable AI model to date, with smaller Pro and Nano variants getting things rolling with integration into Bard and its Pixel 8 Pro smartphone.  
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    Apple iPhone 15 Pro Review

    by David Phelan
    Apple iPhone 15 Pro Review
    If the iPhone 15 Pro Max is just a wee bit too big for your dainty digits and you wont miss the 5x zoom, then Apple's smaller iPhone 15 Pro version packs in just about everything else the flagship has to offer and at a lower price than last year's 14 equivalent. Sound ideal? We check if there are any downsides...  
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    Google set to launch upgraded Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro smartphones

    by Ian Collen
    Google set to launch upgraded Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro smartphones
    More confirmation than an announcement, but the latest Made by Google event also showcased a number of fresh features and improvements, plus the new Pixel Watch 2, with pre-orders for all now open.  
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    Apple iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus Review

    by David Phelan
    Apple iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus Review
    Apple's iPhone 15 and 15 Plus smartphones for 2023 feature last year's iPhone 14 Pro A16 Bionic chip, a debut 48MP camera, the introduction of Dynamic Island plus the long awaited move to USB-C connectivity... you might not like the new colours though.  
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    Apple iPhone 15 Pro Max Review

    by David Phelan
    Apple iPhone 15 Pro Max Review
    With a classy move to Titanium, the new A17 Pro chip, a 5x telephoto lens included in the rear camera array and a shift to the convenience of USB-C, has Apple done enough to guarantee another flagship winner?  
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    Is it worth upgrading to the new iPhone 15?

    by Ian Collen
    Is it worth upgrading to the new iPhone 15?
    Between this thread and our announcement news article, the forum has had plenty to say on Apple's latest iPhone line-up, with the added benefits of the Plus, Pro, and Pro Max models all up for debate.  
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    Apple unveils its iPhone 15 line-up plus Series 9 and Ultra 2 watches

    by David Phelan
    Apple unveils its iPhone 15 line-up plus Series 9 and Ultra 2 watches
    The new smartphones will be joined by the new Watch Series 9 and Ultra 2, with iOS17 and WatchOS 10 upgrades and improved processing and functionality across the board.  
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    Do you really need third-party antivirus software?

    by Ian Collen
    Do you really need third-party antivirus software?
    With the likes of Windows running its own security systems, member Steve N asked the question, with the thread throwing up plenty of options to consider about keeping your computer or other devices safe from harm.  

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