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ISE 2019: New LED displays, Android 7 OS and touch-screen models from Philips PDS

Philips Professional Display Solutions (Philips PDS) has unveiled a host of new display models at ISE 2019. Following the successful debut of a 110” prototype LED display at ISE 2018, Philips PDS has been closely monitoring the development of this technology and believes that now is the optimal time for …

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New cyber security vendor bluedog launches for SMBs

February sees the official launch of a new cyber security monitoring service geared towards small and medium businesses. bluedog Security Monitoring is based around a low cost box called Sentinel which is easily plugged into the customer’s network. Sentinel combines AI and machine learning to monitor the network, and customer …

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UKFast recognised for its “outstanding wellbeing practices”

UKFast has been recognised by Great Place to Work as a Centre of Excellence in Wellbeing. The new UK-wide award recognises organisations with outstanding wellbeing practices, as perceived by employees. The Great Place to Work Trust Index survey looks at the six key dimensions that drive a healthy culture: work …

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London startup Den launches range of smart lights, plugs and switches

London-based smart home technology startup Den has launched a suite of smart products, including light switches, sockets and more, to manage your home. The company has also announced its latest funding round of £2m, bringing its total investment to £5 million. Den’s vision is to use smart home devices to …

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Philips Professional Display Solutions now fully compatible with Sky Bright Box

Philips has added full compatibility with Sky Bright Box to its range of TVs and digital signage for the hospitality sector. The technology behind Sky Select, Sky Bright Box delivers HD entertainment across hotels – from one centralised HD system. This development means that hoteliers choosing displays from Philips Professional …

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Samsung Smart TVs to get iTunes and Apple Airplay 2 support

Samsung has announced support for iTunes Movies and TV Shows, as well as Apple Airplay 2, on its Smart TV range. TVBEurope reports that the new iTunes Movies and TV Shows app will debut on Samsung Smart TVs in more than 100 countries, while AirPlay 2 support will be available …

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European chip makers see stocks tumble after Apple’s disappointing revenue forecast

Following Tim Cook’s letter to investors warning them of poor Q4 iPhone sales, Apple’s major suppliers have been hit hard, especially those in Europe. A number of European chip makers have seen stocks tumble overnight. CNBC reports that Austrian chipmaker AMS saw share fall by 19%, while Swiss firm STMicroelectronics …

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UKFast valued at £405m after new investment from Inflexion

Cloud hosting firm UKFast closed a record 2018 with the announcement of a new investment from Inflexion Private Equity, which will take a 30% stake in the UK’s largest privately owned hosting provider. The investment into UKFast is being made by Inflexion’s dedicated minority investment fund, Partnership Capital. The deal …

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Google Chromecast hijack: “Universal plug and Play has been problematic for years” say security experts

A hacker has remotely gained access to the TVs and smart devices of a whopping 70,000 Google Chromecast users. In the hack, a pop-up was displayed that both warns of the exploit and links to a page listing the current number of those affected devices. The message also promotes controversial …

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Apple blames China for major iPhone sales slump

Apple chief Tim Cook has released a letter to investors blaming economic weakness, amongst other things, for lower revenues than previously estimated. The iPhone maker anticipated revenue of about $84bn (£67bn) for the three months to 29th December. This follows the November forecast of sales of at least $89bn – …

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