Google to Stop Offering iPhone Users Unlimited Backups

Google's just-revealed Pixel 4 and 4 XL phones won't let users upload an unlimited amount of original quality photos to their account for free. But thanks to a quirk of fate, iPhone users currently still can. Google has termed this iPhone ability a "bug" and vowed to fix it.


Facebook Agrees to Deal for Washington Post News Stories

Facebook has closed a deal with the Washington Post that will let it populate its soon-to-be-launched news section with headlines from the major media outlet. Other publications in the news section include Business Insider, Buzzfeed News and News Corp media properties.


Are We Too Worried About Biometric Data?

Are concerns about biometric data warranted, or has the importance of security created an overreaction to every little misstep? Read more about the overreaction to biometric data issues and about what you should really be worried about when it comes to the controversial tech.

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HostGator Review

HostGator's range of plans and tiers, their strong support team, and their good storage options all make it a recommended web hosting service, even if its pricing and feature set leave a little to be desired. Here's our review of HostGator plus breakdown of its plans and prices


New HR Appraisal Scam Email – And How to Avoid It

A new phishing scam is making the rounds within businesses, and threatens to expose private and personal details of those that fall victim to it, as well as potentially costing companies a fortune. We show you what it looks like, and how to avoid it.


Everything Google Announced at the Pixel 4 Launch Event

Google launched new Pixel phones today, you might have heard about it — they got improved rear cameras, while the front of the phone received a radar sensor. However, Google also announced a new high-end Chromebook, some new earphones, and updates to its Nest smart home ...


Best Acer Laptop for 2019

No matter what sort of laptop you’re after, it’s likely that Acer will be able to cater for you. From $200 Chromebooks to $9,000 gaming behemoths, there’s little that the brand doesn’t cover. But should you buy an Acer? We look at the models available, and let you know.