I bought a refurbished iPad Pro – and likely won’t buy a new gadget again

I’ve made sure to champion second-hand products in my time at TechRadar; buying pre-loved gadgets is a great way to save money and the environment in one go. But since all the gadgets I use are review loans, I haven’t actually had to buy any tech for going on four years. However, since I’ll soon …

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Foldables are tempting, but Samsung’s iffy warranty is keeping me away

Ryan Haines / Android Authority For nearly a year now, I’ve resisted the temptation to buy a foldable smartphone. Like many others, I’ve realized that a lot of my initial misgivings about the form factor have now disappeared. Modern foldables seem a lot more durable at first glance, complete with reinforced hinges and official water …

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Mozilla claims Apple, Google and Microsoft force users to use default web browsers

Mozilla, the non-profit proprietor of the Firefox browser, has accused Google, Microsoft, and Apple of “self preferencing” and nudging consumers towards using their own browsers. Examples of consumer harm stemming from this self-preferencing behavior include limited or frustrated choice, lower quality, lower innovation, poor privacy, and unfair contracts, according to Mozilla. The report lands at …

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Intel Raptor Lake flagship benchmark leak shows a seriously fast CPU

Intel’s next-gen flagship CPU has been spotted in a leaked benchmark, with the Raptor Lake chip showing a good turn of speed. The Core i9-13900K has turned up in PassMark, as Tum_Apisak brought to our attention on Twitter (courtesy of VideoCardz (opens in new tab)), with the processor being ranked on four sample runs. The …

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GitHub accounts are being stolen by fake CircleCI accounts

Cybercriminals are impersonating (opens in new tab) CircleCI to try and steal GitHub accounts, both companies have confirmed.  According to the two firms, criminals are currently distributing a phishing email, in which they impersonate the continuous integration and delivery platform, CircleCI.  The email is being sent to GitHub users, and warns them that CircleCI’s user …

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Jamf wants to make AWS EC2 instances safer than ever

Apple device management platform Jamf has launched a collaboration with Amazon Web Services (AWS) which it says will help users manage Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) instances, and get an added layer of security. First rolled out in 2006, AWS’s EC2 instances allow users to run virtual machines on the company’s cloud platform. Jamf says …

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I had the Bose QC 35 II, but Sony poached me over with the WH-1000XM5

Adamya Sharma / Android Authority About two weeks ago, I got my hands on the Sony WH-1000XM5 — the company’s star Active Noise Canceling headphones. I swiftly pried open the wholly recyclable packaging that matches the silver headphones inside — a nice little touch — and hit shuffle on my playlist to see how the …

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