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PS Plus offers are almost 50% cheaper this weekend

These PS Plus offers offer annual membership for almost 50% off this weekend, a fantastic 49% off on 12 months of online play and free games. You can achieve similar savings with a cheaper 3-month PS Plus subscription. However, to make the most of this offer, you can secure your membership for the year. PS Plus offerings have lowered the …

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Why Pentax’s flagship DSLR announcement is too late

Pentax has returned from the dark to reveal more details about its new flagship APS-C DSLR – and while the news will undoubtedly please hardcore Pentax fans, it felt like the echo of an era mirrorless in today’s world World becomes increasingly irrelevant. Pentax rightfully still has a loyal fan base among those who have appreciated the handling, the modern …

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Facebook’s new undersea web cable will almost triple Africa’s Internet capacity

Facebook is building a colossal undersea web cable that will almost triple Africa’s Internet capacity, the company announced. The 2Africa cable was built in collaboration with a number of global telecommunications companies – including China Mobile, MTN, Orange and Vodafone – and will run 37,000 kilometers around the continent. When completed, the submarine cable will be one of the longest …

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Can ‘Remote Production’ help sports events stay alive?

The year was 2018. The Indian Premier League (IPL) is one of the best sports spectacles in the world. 60 T20 cricket games take place in 9 cities over 50 days. A billion eyeballs stick to every part of the action. crossed the Rubicon. It was the first time that an IPL-size sport series was produced remotely in India using …

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BT “discusses” the sale of Openreach shares

BT is reportedly in talks about the sale of a larger stake in Openreach to finance the company’s expansion of full fiber broadband. Openreach was founded in 2005 when BT separated its infrastructure division from the retail business and became a legally separate company in 2017 after a comprehensive market review by Ofcom. Competitors had argued that the ownership model …

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US accountants who are tired of the complexity of technology

The way audit firms use customer loyalty management technology is becoming increasingly fragmented. Many industry insiders believe that quality suffers from increasing time pressure and the need to combine multiple applications to keep work on track. This is the key finding of a new Huddle study that includes interviews with more than 250 partners and executives in the United States …

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Vivo V20 will be launched in India later this year

The Covid 19 crisis has triggered product update cycles worldwide. Now that the companies are slowly starting to resume operations, a Vivo spokesman has been registered to talk about the next big start. In an interview with The mobile Indian, Nipun Marya, Marketing Director of Vivo India, spoke about the Vivo V20 and confirmed that it will be launched in …

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Access to over 43,000 hacked servers sold online

An underground web shop is reportedly selling backdoor access to over 43,000 compromised websites and servers. The infamous MagBo platform is known to offer nearly 150,000 different vulnerable websites with over 200 daily transactions per day and over 200 to 400 new additions to the platform per day. According to KELA, “190 different threat actors currently have active listings on …

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