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Monthly Archives: July 2019

  • Amazon Alexa-NHS partnership splits expert opinion

    Worried about a lump? Got a nasty cough that won't budge? Many people Google queries about such symptoms daily - but now they can get NHS advice instantly by asking Amazon's Alexa. The voice-activated assistant is now automatically searching NHS web pages to find answers to medical questions. And the...
  • Your Smart Workplace Assistant

    Printers are no longer dumb machines that sit in a corner. While your current printer may just be there to support your workflow, your next one should transform it. This isn’t hyperbole: here, we investigate practical examples of how businesses are using Xerox VersaLink printers and multifunction devices to solve...
  • Tax changes lead to review of Sweden’s datacentre development

    Significant changes to Sweden’s energy tax laws have forced the country’s centre-left government to re-examine the state-delivered incentives it offers to home-grown and foreign datacentre operators and investors. The government is also under pressure to find viable ways to expand the country’s shrinking power production base. The changes to the...
  • Hackers 'could target anaesthetic devices'

    Anaesthetic machines that have been used by NHS hospitals could be hacked and controlled from afar, a cyber-security company says. A successful attacker would be able to change the levels of anaesthetic and oxygen, among other gases, delivered to a patient, CyberMDX said. Alarms designed to alert anaesthetists to any...
  • Raspberry Pi 4's USB-C issue confirmed

    A savvy user has discovered a hardware design flaw in the recently released Raspberry Pi 4 involving a faulty USB-C power connector which was later confirmed by co-founder Eben Upton. Some users of the new single-board computer found themselves unable to power the device with certain USB-C cables, namely those...
  • Amazon Alexa offering NHS health advice

    People will be able to get expert health advice using Amazon Alexa devices under a partnership with the NHS, the government has announced. From this week, the voice-assisted technology is automatically searching the NHS Choices website when UK users ask for health-related advice. Previously the device provided information from a...
  • Google And Amazon Settle Spat, YouTube Comes Back To Fire TV, Prime Video Hits Chromecast

    Amazon and Google have settled their spat that has been going on for over a year now. YouTube was pulled from Amazon Fire TV devices back in late 2017. Google pulled YouTube from Fire TV devices in part because of Amazon's business practices that involved not selling Google products like...
  • Score A Ring Video Doorbell Pro And Echo Dot For $169 With This Epic Hot Deal

    It will be another week before Amazon kicks off its annual Prime Day extravaganza, but there are deals to be had ahead of the big event. Today, for example, you can snag Ring Video Doorbell Pro with Echo Dot (third generation) for only $169. This combo typically sells for around...
  • HP EliteBook x360 1040 G5 review: Versatile but lacking distinction

    In terms of business-grade computers, it's perhaps HP which has the most impressive heritage of all. Year after year we consistently see new additions to the company's lines of computers bundled with fresh innovations to keep up with the times. Privacy seems to be occupying the headlines in technology nearly...
  • Sound Blaster AE-9 Review: Pristine High Def PC Gaming Audio

    As most of you probably are aware, Creative Labs, is one of the Founding Fathers of PC Audio and has manufactured sound cards and other audio-related hardware for 30 years. The original Sound Blaster was the de facto standard for DOS gaming audio almost right from its release in 1989...

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