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PBX System Review

Fonality phone system What is a PBX? FortiVoice’s FVC 100T IP PBX system PBX stands for Private Branch Exchange, and it refers to your business’ internal phone system. It allows for employees to call each other, and take and receive external calls through a certain number of external phone...

Tesla Hasn’t Made A Profit in 15 Years – And It’s Not Alone

Elon Musk with the Tesla Roadster

Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and one of the biggest names in tech, announced on Twitter earlier this week that the electric car giant hasn’t made a profit in 15 years. What’s more, Musk stated that the company isn’t planning to break even any…

Best New Wearables for 2018

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Want some smart tech for your wrist? These are the best new and innovative wearables you’ll be able to buy this year – from budget-yet-brilliant models such as the Xiaomi MiBand 3 to hardcore sports watches like the Suunto 9. Most companies are embellishing…

Google Promises Not To Use Its AI in Weapons

Google AI Principles

Google has promised that its future AI tech will never be used in weaponry. The company has set out a new set of principles governing the development and use of its artificial intelligence softwares, following backlash for its involvement in Pentagon-led drone programs. Google…

All the Products Announced at Asus Computex

Asus Computex 2018 Project Precog

Computex is one of the biggest computing trade shows in the world, and this year Asus brought the heat, announcing three game-changing laptops plus a crazy gaming phone. The Taipei-based company also announced some, admittedly, less interesting updates to three of its mid-range VivoBook…

How This Startup is Digitizing Divorce

Divorce app amicable.io

A new UK-based startup is looking to change the way that we think about, and make divorces happen, using a mix of digital expertise and compassion. Founded by Kate Daly and Pip Wilson in 2015, amicable.io combines an intuitive, collaborative app and divorce expertise…

The Rise of Nostalgia in Consumer Tech Products

90s Tech products

Nostalgia-laden re-releases of old tech products seem to be a daily occurrence. Whether it’s Nintendo bringing back the NES Classic or Nokia resurrecting the 3310 and 8110 feature phones, every company under the sun is trying to get in on the nostalgia game. However,…

Everything We Expect to See at Apple’s WWDC 2018

Apple WWDC

Apple’s annual WorldWide Developers Conference, or WWDC, is heading to San Jose in California on June 4. WWDC is where Tim Cook normally takes to the stage to tell us all about the great new software and products Apple has been working on. They’ll…

Nokia Announces 3 New Smartphones Including the Nokia 5.1

Using Mobile

Nokia has revealed details for three new smartphones for 2018 – the Nokia 2.1, 3.1, and 5.1. The trio of new Nokia phones are all aimed at the budget to mid-range end of the market, with the cheapest model beginning at just $115. The…

Russian Hackers Infect 500k Routers with Malware

Hackers, believed to be supported by the Russian government, have infected 500,000 wireless routers worldwide with malware, security experts claim. The attack has been traced back to a group alleged to have interfered with the recent U.S. elections.   The malware, known as “VPNFilter”…

Acer Launches 9 New Computers Including Intel Xeon Gaming PC

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Acer’s next@Acer event in New York earlier this week saw the Taiwanese brand launch three Chromebooks, a new Swift 5 Ultrabook, two gaming laptops and four gaming towers, including the unprecedented Intel Xeon-powered Acer Predator X. At its event, Acer listed a huge range…

Can Nokia Still Succeed in the Smartphone Market?

The resurrection of Nokia into a company that shipped over 70m phones between December 2016 and 2017 is nothing short of remarkable. But, with Samsung and Apple still enjoying far more global marketshare, is there enough space at the table for Nokia to truly…

Best Laptops for Designers 2018

Best Laptops For Designers 2018

Designers need powerful and portable laptops with long battery lives to run programs such as Photoshop or Adobe Premiere Pro while running between pitching meetings or working on-the-go. We pick out the best laptops for designers, plus explain the specs and budget you’ll need…

Amazon Selling Facial Recognition Tech to Law Enforcement

Amazon-Rekognition Facial Recognition Law Enforcement

Amazon, one of the world’s most powerful tech companies, has quietly been selling its facial recognition technology to U.S. law enforcement. Email and document evidence has found that in 2017, Amazon sold its “Rekognition” facial recognition and people-tracking software to two law enforcement bodies…