Unihertz Atom XL hands-on: Four-inch display, 48MP camera, and DMR support for less than $330

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With the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G we see smartphones starting at an astronomical $1,399 price. While there is plenty of innovation in these high priced phones, they are also glass sandwiches and susceptible to damage if dropped. If you spend time outdoors or in the field and want a phone that can take a beating then you should seriously consider the new Unihertz Atom L/XL that can be purchased for as low as $209.

A couple of years ago I tested the tiny Unihertz Atom and it was a great phone to take fly fishing, hiking,

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How to watch the NBA online: live stream every game from anywhere

The 2020 NBA playoffs are now just around the corner, but before we get to April and then eventually to June’s NBA finals, there’s plenty of regular season action still to be played. Follow our guide and you can watch an NBA live stream online no matter wherever you are – there are even some legit free NBA live stream options for basketball fans to enjoy.

NBA 2019/20 playoff dates

We’re nearing the end of the regular season and the 2020 NBA playoffs are set to start on Saturday, April 18. Game 1 of this year’s NBA Finals is scheduled

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Lenovo ThinkPad T495s review: A solid AMD-powered business workhorse Review

Lenovo’s ThinkPad laptops have long been popular with business users, and the company continues to expand the range. A recent addition is the ThinkPad T495s, which is based on AMD’s second-generation Ryzen Pro processors. It’s intended to provide a more affordable alternative to the company’s existing Intel-based models.

Lenovo Thin-Pad

You need to keep a close eye on Lenovo’s model numbers, as there are two 14-inch AMD-based ThinkPad laptops — the T495s reviewed here, and the very similar T495. The T495s costs about £100/$100 more than the T495, but business travellers may well consider the extra cost to be a

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Nvidia GeForce Now is bleeding games, is it still worth your time and money?

Nvidia GeForce Now hit the streets like a month ago, and in what was a surprise to literally no one, it is the best game streaming service on the market right now. It’s not without its flaws, though. 

For starters, it seems like all kinds of developers are suddenly pulling their games from the service, from AAA heavy hitters like Bethesda to Indie developers like Hinterland Studio, which just yanked its game The Long Dark off of the service. Because GeForce Now lets you play games you “own” – something I’ll get into in a bit – its a little

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TechLife’s April 2020 issue is out now!

This issue of TechLife is packed with essential advice that will find you living a healthier, smarter life. We’ve got gadgets, tech, and know-how to get you fitter and healthier for 2020!

We also review HP’s Elite Dragonfly two-in-one laptop, take a close look at Google’s Stadia game-streaming service, and round up Australia’s best dashcams to keep you safer on the road.

  • Detox your Mac
  • Enjoying running with Nike’s Run Club app
  • Best free email clients
  • And lots more!

Grab your copy from newsagents, selected supermarkets or digitally via the Zinio app or Apple Newsstand from Monday, March 9, 2020.

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