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PCR 30 Under 30: Here’s who made it into this year’s list

From vendors to distributors to retailers, there is a mass of young talent across all areas of the UK IT and tech channel. In alphabetical order by surname, PCR rounds up 30 rising stars under the age of 30 who have already made an impact in the industry and we …

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Industry reacts to biggest UK retail sales decline on record

The latest KPMG-BRC Retail Sales Monitor has reported the biggest decline in UK retail sales since records began in January 1995. Covering the four weeks from 28th April to 25th May 2019, the report shows that on a total basis, sales decreased by 2.7% in May. Excluding Easter distortions, this …

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PCR’s guide to the latest memory and motherboards

If you’re looking to expand your components range, check out our roundup of the latest memory and motherboards on the market. ADATA XPG SPECTRIX D41 DDR4 Gaming Memory (Pictured above) Specs: RGB lighting, programmable lighting effects, speeds with wide operating frequencies ranging from 2666MHz to 5000MHz, easy overclocking with Intel …

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The future is now: The latest development in AR and VR

From training retail workers and increasing warehouse safety to making gaming more immersive, the advancements in augmented and virtual reality are seeping into many corners of our lives. Whether it’s for work or pleasure, there’s no doubt that at some point you’ll be interacting with augmented software or even donning …

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Call it a comeback: 1/3 of UK millennials bought retro tech in the last 12 months

Despite the masses of innovation in smartphones, PCs, AI, VR and pretty much every corner of the technology landscape, new research has shown just how beloved tech from the past is amongst the British public. Over 70% of Brits own retro technology, according to a survey conducted by pay-as-you-go energy …

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The classroom of the future: through the lens of VR

Richard Henderson, Director of Global Education Solutions at Lenovo, discusses why exposing students to working with VR and AR could be essential to their development. Digital transformation is happening across all industries, not least the education sector. Wrapped in this transformation is the growing role of Virtual Reality (VR) technology …

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