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Wednesday, October 17, 2018

UK's Cyber Security Centre deals with daily attacks

The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) protects the UK from cyber threats at least 10 times per week.

With cyber-attacks becoming the latest battleground in a global war the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre deals with several attacks per week.

Huawei Band 3 Pro Release Date, Pricing, Features And Specs

Here's all you need to know about Huawei's latest fitness tracker, the Band 3 Pro.

Huawei took to the stage in London in October to not only reveal the stunning Huawei Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro, but also the Huawei Watch GT and Huawei Band 3 Pro. At less than £100 in the UK, the Band 3 Pro looks to take on the big names in fitness tracking, and with a suite of impressive tech on board, we think it might have what it takes.

Google Pixel 3 Review: Hands-on

Google's third-generation Pixel smartphones are here. Opting for the regular model avoids the notch but gets the same cameras. Find our more in our hands-on review.

The Pixel 3 might not be the most exciting upgrade in the history of phones, partly due to the excessive leaks, but it's a great device made even better with refinements at a reasonably price.
Tweaks such as the design might seem small but we like the new glass rear cover with its soft matt finish which in turn brings wireless charging. The new display is bang on trend, although the cameras are not with more at the front vs the rear. Google is confident it's software can make up for this, though.
First impressions: Unexcitedly excellent.

Google Pixel Slate Review: Hands-on

Google gets back to tablets with the Pixel Slate, with a 12.3in screen and an updated version of Chrome OS. Is it the right machine for you to work and play on? We take a look at it.

As thin as a phone but with a 12.3in screen, the Pixel Slate is a well-built and attractive tablet. The entry price gets you fairly low-specification components, and we don’t yet know how much the higher-spec models will be. And with the exorbitant cost of the optional (but not optional) keyboard, the Slate isn’t as cheap as it might appear.
Removing the headphone jack is a curious decision as there’s no obvious reason behind it, although its demise seems inevitable these days even if it isn’t something users want.
The Slate’s software needs polishing before launch, but it’s well worth understanding exactly what you can and can’t run on ChromeOS before buying.

Facebook to extend ban on misinformation ahead of midterms

After the content on Facebook reportedly had a large impact on the results of the 2016 US election, Facebook will be expanding its ban on political information ahead of the midterms.

Facebook will start to ban false information ahead of the US midterms next month. This isn’t a new move for the leading social media platform, but after the fiasco of the 2016 presidential elections, Facebook is doubling its efforts to ensure it isn’t used as a medium to force political agendas.

Dave/RempisTomeka/ReidJoshua Abrams - Ithra Music Album Reviews

Three players with deep roots in Chicago’s contemporary jazz scene come together in an unusually empathetic exchange of ideas, where the gap between listening and reacting is practically nonexistent.

If you wanted to distill the last three decades of Chicago jazz down to a single disc, you could do worse than Ithra, a meeting of three formidable players on the scene: saxophonist Dave Rempis, cellist Tomeka Reid, and bassist Joshua Abrams. The tendons that connect the city’s jazz community to post-rock, folk, electronic music, and the avant-garde can be readily gleaned from their work. Of the three, Abrams might be the best known outside of the Windy City’s jazz circle: The tireless composer/improviser bridges numerous worlds, his churning bass work propelling everyone from the Roots and Tortoise in the 1990s to Godspeed You! Black Emperor and Bitchin Bajas in the 21st century. Reid, now based in New York City, has accompanied legends like Anthony Braxton and Roscoe Mitchell as well as thrilling new voices in jazz like flutist Nicole Mitchell and trumpeter Jaimie Branch.

Wayne Shorter - Emanon Music Album Reviews

With his ever-ambitious quartet, the legendary saxophonist from many of Miles Davis’ best records again reimagines his own standards, now with the help of a graphic novel and an orchestra.

Wayne Shorter has released just four albums since 2002, all with the quartet of relatively young hotshots he formed only a couple of years earlier. By comparison, during one particularly productive span in the mid-’60s, the saxophonist issued seven now-canonical records in three years, even as he composed and performed at a furious pace with Miles Davis’ classic second quintet. But the purpose of Shorter’s current ensemble—a fierce and finessed assemblage, with Brian Blade on drums, Danilo Pérez on piano, and John Patitucci on bass—was never to put out easy records. Shorter started this band, in large part, to deconstruct his own compositions, many of which had become standard jazz repertory. He wanted to shake his music from the weight of legacy in a highly improvised, reactive setting where each member shared equal footing. The band’s anarchic approach hasn’t always worked on stage, but the quartet has nobly pursued this high-wire act for nearly two decades, a veritable eon in this realm.
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