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Why Big Tech Won’t Take a Stand on Gun Control

Dozens of CEOs from around the world signed a letter asking the Senate to act on gun control. However, four big tech companies were noticeably absent. Find out who they are and why they decided to avoid taking a stand on this hot button issue.

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What’s The Point of the New iPhone 11 Range?

The iPhone 11 series launch was the most underwhelming in years. We're inclined to wonder whether there's any point in buying the new iPhones or whether it's worth sticking with your current one, or waiting for 2020. Or whether, whisper it, you might be better of with an Android?

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iPhone 11 Launch – Everything You Need to Know

Apple has officially announced its new lineup of iPhones, including the iPhone 11, the iPhone 11 Pro, and the iPhone 11 Pro Max. Learn more about price, specs, and availability here, as well as whether or not you should buy one for yourself.

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NordVPN Teams Business-Focused VPN Announced

NordVPN, one of the most popular VPN services available, has announced NordVPN Teams, a VPN solution aimed at businesses, with a focus on features such as control panels, dedicated company servers, location defaults and 24/7 support.

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Apple Accused of Breaching Chinese Labor Laws

Apple is dealing with another labor violation complaint, as China Labor Watch has released a report noting 18 different violations of Chinese labor laws, including forced overtime, unpaid meetings, and the over-employment of temporary workers.

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Lenovo’s New Laptops Bet on Bright Screens

Lenovo's announced a raft of new laptops at IFA this year and they all share one thing — brighter than normal screens. So will they burn twice as bright for half as long or are they the real deal? We went hands-on to find out.

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The Best Tech Unveiled at IFA 2019

IFA is the biggest tech event in Europe, and Tech.co hit the IFA 2019 show to see the latest phones, tablets, TVs and more from some of the biggest brands in global tech. Read on for our selection of the most innovative, eye-catching or downright strange tech from IFA 2019

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Malware Found in Digital Textbooks and Essays for College

Security software company Kaspersky has discovered that thousands of students are unwittingly downloading malware when accessing essays and textbooks online. In the worst cases, the malicious software can take over an entire college network, posing a threat to all students.