iOS users know the anguish associated with upgrading to a new device, largely due to the massive hassle that is moving data between devices. Thankfully, there’s iMazing 2, the innovative tool that lets you freely move data between devices without having to jailbreak them, and it’s on sale for only $20.
iMazing 2 provides an easy method of transferring data between iOS devices without involving iCloud or iTunes. And you won’t need to jailbreak your devices either. Just install this desktop app on either your compatible Windows or Mac computer, connect your iOS devices either wirelessly or by USB, and swap files as needed. It really couldn’t be any simpler.
This universal license will allow you to swap files between iPhones, iPads, iPods and desktop computers. It presents an easy way to backup your devices so you won’t lose any content, it lets you better manage your contact lists, and you’ll even get all minor software updates with purchase so it’ll always be on the cutting edge.
Moving from mobiles to automobiles, Micromax co-founder Rahul Sharma is set to unveil “India’s first AI-enabled (Artificial Intelligence) electric motorcycle” on 18th June in New Delhi.
With the launch, Rahul Sharma will also be debuting into the automobile market with the first product from his new venture called Revolt Intellicorp. Sharma had first revealed his plans of foraying into the mobility industry in April 2019. He also told that the firm is wholly owned by him with a view “to make personal mobility practical, affordable, and sustainable.” While it’s announced this year, the company is reportedly working on the motorcycle from nearly two years.
About his new venture, Sharma says, “As a mechanical engineer by qualification, I always found mobility and the expanse of opportunities it offers, very intriguing. There is a colossal need for using technology to disrupt urban commute and make it cleaner and sustainable. I’m doing my bit, and I feel this is the right time for every player operating in this space to come together for the greater good of our environment. My vision is to see every household in India have access to sustainable mobility.”
Everything we know about the first Revolt motorcycle
Sharma claims that the bike will ensure sustainable mobility without compromising on the power and looks of a conventional two-wheeler vehicle. Since there’s a mix of AI, we expect some IoT based smart features built into the bike.
Since the company is teasing it as the ‘AI-enabled’ motorcycle, it’s safe to expect features like cloud connectivity, real-time location data, theft protection, in-built GPS, and smartphone connectivity.
A few glimpses of the bike are visible in the posters and the invite, but none of the images are apparent. The most we can understand is that it resembles a lot like the street bikes from KTM and the headlights represent the company’s logo. Additionally, Rahul Sharma has told BW Businessworld that Revolt Motors’ first motorcycle will rely on a 250-watt lithium-ion battery.
That’s all we know about the Revolt Motorcycle as of yet, but we’ll be surely reporting from the launch event to get more details.
If you’ve ditched regular TV and you’re getting your fix online, we bet you’re using Netflix. The online streaming platform has more than 140 million subscribers worldwide, so it’s made sure there’s a diverse range of Netflix shows, as well as exclusive Netflix TV series, for viewers with a range of tastes to enjoy.
UPDATE: The highly-anticipated third season of Jessica Jones has arrived on Netflix. It’s the last in the Marvel TV and Netflix collaboration, after The Punisher and Daredevil were cancelled, and early reviews suggest it’s going out on a high point. We felt the second season dwindled a little, but Jessica is back on form in the third and final season – enjoy!
Netflix offers a huge number of TV shows, from old classic sitcoms and soaps to the site’s own Netflix Originals, produced in-house and birthing the likes of Bojack Horseman, Orange is the New Black, and the brilliantly quirky Russian Doll – which has just been renewed for a second season, hooray!
But long gone are the days when there’d be one big show everyone was talking about at the water cooler – now there’s all sorts of big-hitters and cult hits competing for your eyeballs, with TV shows being added and removed from Netflix on almost a daily basis.
And the streaming platform will need to keep up its winning streak of great TV content because with rising subscription prices and fierce competition from the likes of Disney+ it’s in danger of becoming everyone’s second favourite online subscription service.
But, until them, the big question is: how do you know which TV shows are really worth watching, and which are just your coworkers’s terrible tastes?
What are you looking for?
We’ve put together this guide to the best Netflix shows that you can watch in the UK right now – and so you can keep up-to-date with Netflix’s busy release schedule, which we’ll be updating you on once a week. You can check out the box to the right for the best Netflix shows by category – comedy, drama, sci-fi, Netflix Originals, and the like – or read on below for what’s coming and going on the service.
If you’re more of an Amazon Prime fan, and there’s a lot to love about this Netflix rival at the moment, then you can see all the best Amazon Prime TV shows in our separate guide.
New Netflix TV shows
There’s a great selection of new shows to watch on Netflix right now, including the second season of The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, which is even stronger, darker and spookier than the first, as well as a new season of Charlie Brooker’s sci-fi future shock series Black Mirror.
So far this month, our top pick is When They See Us, the hard-hitting new drama miniseries from Ava DuVernay, which is a powerful look at systemic racism in the US featuring some exceptional performances. In fact, since its release earlier this month, the show has become the most popular series Netflix has ever featured on the platform – in short, it’s a must-watch.
Netflix has also welcomed the third and final season of Jessica Jones, which goes out on a high note bringing a fantastic new villain to the story and exploring more of Jessica’s character in the process.
What’s coming soon on Netflix?
For Netflix TV shows, there’s a lot to look forward to later in the year too.
The third season of GLOW will land at some point in June 2019, while fans of Stranger Things will be happy to hear that Netflix has now confirmed the highly-anticipated third season will arrive on July 4 2019.
More details have also been revealed about The Witcher TV show. The Netflix adaptation of The Witcher game and book will be released before the end of 2019, the company has now confirmed.
But will it continue its long reign as the best streaming platform for much longer Now that Apple has released its own streaming service, Apple TV Plus, and Disney’s offering, Disney+ is coming soon, competition is mounting.
Here’s some of the brilliant Netflix UK shows you can expect in 2019:
Netflix UK FAQ: quick questions answered
How much does Netflix cost in the UK? There are a few different plans you can choose from in the UK, depending on whether you want to watch in SD, HD, or Ultra HD (4K), and how many separate devices you want to watch on. The current pricing is as follows:
Basic– £5.99 per month – With the cheapest membership option, you can watch one one screen at a time in Standard Definition, and download videos to one mobile device.
Standard – £7.99 per month – This membership allows you to watch in HD on two screens at a time and download videos to two mobile devices.
Premium – £9.99 per month – The most expensive subscription allows you to watch in HD and Ultra HD on four screens at a time, and download videos to four mobile devices.
Netflix says that “High Definition (HD) and Ultra High Definition (Ultra HD) availability subject to your internet service and device capabilities and not all content [is] available in HD or Ultra HD.” See our which Netflix plan guide to see why this matters.
How can I get a free Netflix account? Netflix offers new customers a free month of the service as a trial period – simply choose a membership type and payment plan and your first month will be free.
At the end of this period, if you choose to continue watching Netflix, you’ll be charged one “low monthly fee” regardless of how much you used the service and on how many devices you watched videos on.
Netflix will send you a reminder towards the end of your trial period – if you want to cancel your membership, you can do so at any time during this period and you won’t be charged.
Can I watch live TV on Netflix? No – you can only watch films and TV series from Netflix’s rather extensive library. If you want to watch live TV in the UK, you can try services like Sky’s Now TV, BBC iPlayer, or ITV Hub.
Is Amazon Prime better than Netflix? The answer to that question really depends on the shows and movies you want to watch. Check out our roundup of the best Amazon Prime Video TV Shows for an idea of what you can watch on Amazon Prime. You can also read our Amazon Prime review for more information on what the service offers.
Do you get Netflix free with Sky Q? Netflix can be accessed on a Sky Q box, but it doesn’t come for free – you’ll still need to sign in with a paid-for Netflix subscription. However, if you opt for Sky’s Ultimate on Demand package, it will integrate Netflix billing with your Sky bill, while reducing its cost and unlocking Netflix recommendations within the Sky Q interface. If you’re paying for both services, it’s well worth combining them in this way as a result.
Another day, another match to get excited about. After running England close in their opening match defeat, things don’t get any easier for Scotland as they face 2011 winners Japan – an opponent up for making amends following their 0-0 draw with Argentina. How will the two teams fair, in this, their second Women’s World Cup 2019 Group D match? Read on to find out how you can catch an Japan vs Scotland live stream from anywhere around the world with our instructions below.
Today’s match takes place at the 29,778-capacity Stade de la Route de Lorient in Rennes, the capital city of Brittany in northwest France.
Kick-off is at 3pm CET, meaning a 2pm BST start for viewers in Scotland looking to cheer on their side. That’s a late night start of 10pm in Japan, 11pm AEST, and 9am ET, 6am PT for those in the US.
Japan have come into the tournament with a youthful side. To a certain extent that showed in the way they failed to break down their resolute opponents during their disappointing to draw to the unfancied Argentinians.
Scotland showed plenty of determination against England, but while they may feel hard done by a borderline VAR penalty decision that led to their rival’s opening goal, on the balance of play the result was a fair one. To stand any chance against Japan’s attacking threat they’ll need to up their defensive game.
It’s all shaping up to be a fascinating World Cup encounter. Don’t miss any of the action by following the instructions below and grabbing a live stream of Japan vs Scotland wherever you are in the world.
Watch a FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 live stream from outside your country
If you’re in UK, US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, we’ve got your viewing options listed below. If you’re out of the country for today’s match, you may find that geo-blocking will prevent you from watching your regular domestic coverage from abroad. You don’t have to risk watching the match on a dodgy stream, however.
With the option of using a VPN service, you can tune into the match no matter where you are in the world, and its super easy to set up.
We’ve put all the major VPN services through their paces, and during our tests ExpressVPN came out as our pick of all the services currently out there, thanks to it’s combination of security, speed and simplicity to use. It’s also compatible with loads of streaming devices such as Amazon Fire TV Stick, Apple TV, Xbox and PlayStation, as well as Android and Apple mobiles. So to get that home broadcast and stay safer online, ExpressVPN is your best option (or one of the other best VPN services out there as listed below).
1. Express VPN (comes with a 30 day money back guarantee) This is the #1 rated best VPN in the world right now, with those previously mentioned levels of security, speed and compatibility putting it to the top of the list. You can try it out for a month for free or sign up for an annual plan and get 3 months absolutely FREE. Check out Express VPN2. NordVPN: SmartPlay tech makes NordVPN a great choice for streaming. It’s really affordable, too 3. IPVanish supports up to 10 devices, so great on the go
Once installed, you simply fire up the VPN app, hit ‘choose location’ and select the appropriate country. Choose any region showing the Women’s World Cup and you can then watch as if you were in that country. It’s really that simple.
How to stream Japan vs Scotland live in the UK
The good news for Scotland fans and those in the UK is that today’s match and all 2019 Women’s World Cup are to be shown free-to-air as the BBC has exclusive broadcasting rights for the tournament. You’ll also be able to watch matches live online and on the go via BBC iPlayer. Today’s match will be live on BBC One, with coverage starting at 1.30pm.
Fox Sports have the English language broadcast rights in the US while Telemundo and Universo have them for Spain will be showing the matches with Spanish commentary in the region. There’s also the Fox Go app you can download to your mobile device if you want to watch away from your TV.
Cord cutters who aren’t interested in getting tangled up in cable subscription should check out FuboTV , which will be showing matches in 4k and is currently offering a free trial. Alternatively you could try any of the other following services.
If you’re looking to tune into today’s match in the US, kick off is at 9am ET and 6am PT.
As well as opening up your viewing options for the Women’s World Cup, using a VPN allows you to watch all your domestic sports coverage from abroad.
How to watch Japan vs Scotland: live stream in Australia
While all matches involving Australia, (plus the quarter finals, semi-finals and final), will be available for free for viewers in Australia on SBS and the World Game online service, this match isn’t.
If you’re looking to tune to Japan vs Scotland in Oz, Optus Sport will be showing the game in the region, which means you’ll need a subscription which currently costs $14.99 per month, but will give you access to every match of the tournament live.
Whichever option you go for, prepare yourself for a late start as kick off is at 11pm AEST.
Remember, you’ll need a VPN if you’re intending to watch the Australian coverage from overseas.
How to watch FIFA Women’s World Cup: Canada live stream
For footy fans in Canada, CTV/TSN is where you’ll need to head for today’s match. You’ll also have the CTV Go app for mobile as an additional option.
If you’re outside of Canada and want to watch your regular domestic coverage of the game, fear not. Downloading a VPN will let you watch CTV’s coverage from anywhere around the globe.
How to watch an Japan vs Scotland live stream in New Zealand
Watching the 2019 Women’s World Cup in New Zealand means splashing out for a subscription as Sky Sports holds exclusive rights for the tournament in the region. Today’s match starts in the early hours of Monday morning at 4am NZST and will also be available to watch on the Sky Go app. If you’re outside NZ and want to watch the match, you’re best bet is to get up and running with a VPN.
Some of the key specifications of the upcoming Vivo Z1 Pro have been revealed by a Google ad listing. This was first reported by Smartprix along with a screenshot of the Flipkart ad listing. The Vivo Z1 Pro was already teased by Flipkart as they went live with a page on their platform, indicating an impending launch.
The listing doesn’t reveal the date and only states that the phone is coming soon. It goes on to reveal that the Z1 Pro will have a 32MP in-display camera housed in a punch-hole cutout. The phone is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 712 chipset, making it only a second of its kind.
Vivo Z1 Pro will have a big 5,000mAh battery at its disposal and supports fast charging. Furthermore, it has a triple camera setup on the back but we don’t know the kind of sensor they are fitted with. We’ll know more as we near the launch date.
Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: Imagine buying an ultrabook laptop or all-in-one PC that could be one day be easily have its guts swapped out for a faster CPU, faster RAM and faster SSD.
If that sounds faintly like Intel’s failed Compute Card imitative from 2017, it is kinda. But when we talked to Intel officials recently at Computex in Taipei, they claimed to have thought about what made Compute Card fizzle and addressed it.
While the previous version was limited to 5-watt Y-class CPUs, the new NUC Compute Elements can run 15-watt U-class chips. Part of that is helped by the design of the NUC Compute Elements, which uses the backside as a giant heat sink. Inside you’ll get an 8th-gen U-class CPU, SSD, RAM and wireless modules.
One big departure from the Compute Card is the use of an edge connector on the NUC Compute Elements rather than a custom port style. The Compute Cards were designed to be slid into and out of a larger chassis to make upgrades as easy as possible, or even become portable computing devices you could carry around and slide into a custom dock.
The edge connector also has far more functionality exposed, Intel said. The original Compute Card featured a proprietary connector that offered up to a single 4K display, single 1080p display, four USB ports, and two PCIe lanes. With the Intel NUC Compute Elements, just about all of the modern connectivity in a laptop is offered through the pins.
In a way, you can almost think of the NUC Compute Elements as the guts of a motherboard in a module that can be put into a slot. Intel believes this new take will allow computer makers to use a single uniform chassis for multiple configurations.
While it is technically possible for a consumer to buy a modular laptop and crack it open and upgrade to a newer module down the road, Intel isn’t pushing end-user upgrades as the purpose of the NUC Compute Elements. Instead, it’s for smaller PC vendors. While a large computer maker has the resources to spin up designs for, say, a 10th-gen CPU quickly, far smaller PC vendors can’t do so. The NUC Compute Elements could help them push new models to customers far more quickly. So maybe this time, Intel’s tiny computer has a better chance
Big OEM resistance
And yes, if you’re wondering what the advantage would be for a larger PC vendor to use a technology that essentially levels the playing field with much smaller PC vendors—there isn’t. Intel, in fact, freely admits that large OEMs might pass on Intel Compute Elements in favor of their own tailored designs.
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Apple also supports a wide range of Augmented Reality applications but this feature is restricted to Android-powered handsets.
How to do it
Look up an animal in the Google search engine (this requires a bit of trial and error as they aren’t all featured – definite successes include penguin, cheetah, dog, cat, snake, bear, eagle and raccoon)
If the animal is supported, a box which says “meet a life-sized cheetah” (for example) will be visible
Inside that box is a button which says “view in 3D”
Press that and then select “view in your own space”
It will then activate the camera and ask you to point it at the floor
The concept of Augmented Reality (AR) – the combination of images and the real world – pre-dates smartphones and tablets but the growth of these devices has led to a huge increase in its popularity, notably in mobile games such as Pokemon Go but also in other areas including education and interior design.
Furniture store Ikea’s app allows customers to place its furniture in their homes using AR to see what furnishings would look like before they are bought.
“For many, Pokemon Go was our first encounter with AR, but this shows the possibilities of AR to a whole new group of people – those who don’t play smartphone games,” commented Kate Bevan, editor of Which? Computing magazine.
“While I expect to see this technology taken up by brands for advertising further down the track, AR will also be used for practical things like navigation: Google is already rolling out a trial of AR maps for owners of its Pixel phones, and I expect to see that more widely available next year.”
Cyber-security expert Lisa Forte, from Red Goat, warned that developers and users of AR applications still need to be vigilant about security measures.
“AR can have the same sorts of vulnerabilities that websites or apps have,” she said.
“It comes down to being secure by design and deployment.”