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What is Apple Pay Later?

Apple Pay was introduced to the iPhone series in 2014, making it easier for users to make payments in person and online. The ability to pay using your smartphone has become more commonplace in the last few years, making it even easier for people to pay for products in person without needing a physical c
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What is TikTok Now?

TikTok is one of the most popular social media services right now, although it seems that it has borrowed a feature from another app. TikTok boasts over one billion users as of last year, and it seems to have largely replaced apps like Instagram and Facebook, with younger people being especially active.
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all the amplifiers and receivers explained

Marantz has unveiled its latest range of amplifiers and receivers for home theatre settings, decked in a new, luxurious design and aimed at those after an easy to install, yet high performance piece of kit. The Cinema series continues the company’s move into the luxury market, the appearance of the prod
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The very best Samsung smartwatches

Unlike the iPhone and its intrinsic ties to the Apple Watch, things with Android are a little more open. Still, that hasn’t stopped brands such as Samsung from attempting to unify its product ecosystem – enter Samsung’s Galaxy series of smartwatches. They’ve been around for a good few years, and have en
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Nvidia RTX 4080 and 4090’s high price mean it’s worth waiting for the 4060

OPINION: This week Nvidia revealed the first two entries in its new RTX 4000-series. And, while we’re yet to benchmark the new RTX 4090 and RTX 4080, from what we’ve seen they’re set to be very impressive upgrades on the already impressive 30-series GPUs, which I reviewed when they launched two years ag
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How to check Battery Health on an iPhone

The state of your battery is of course of great importance to the usability of your mobile phone. Here’s how to quickly check your iPhone’s battery health. As you probably know, the quality of your battery does actually degrade gradually over time; a year or two into the life of your phone,
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How Sky built the world’s first Carbon Neutral TV

When Sky released their first TV in Sky Glass, it wasn’t just a all-in-one TV with its built-in Dolby Atmos sound system but, it could be argued, a realisation of its commitment to delivering sustainable products. Sustainability has become the watchword this past few years. With the effects of global wa
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