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2020 MINI Cooper Countryman Review

2020 MINI Cooper Countryman Review LIKES Attractive stylingPremium qualityRoom for passengers and cargoActive safety now standardMore powerful JCWDISLIKES Gets very expensive, very fastOvermatched base engineStrange packaging decisionsPlug-in hybrid range still lackingBUYING TIP With active safety features and LED headlights now standard for 2020, spend as little on a well-equipped Countryman Cooper S as possible.



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Gluten-Free Peach Crisp

The buttery, crunchy topping for this easy gluten-free peach crisp is made with almond flour and oats instead of wheat flour, and sliced almonds add additional crunch. Make this crisp at the height of summer when fresh peaches are at their best. Served as it is or with a dollop of vanilla ice cream, it's sure to be a crowd-pleasing summer dessert.

Heart Nail Art

Today I have a very simple design for you, that I actually really liked. I wanted to have something silver (I absolutely love this colour) and one of the coolest glitter nail polishes that I own, namely Essence nail twins 02 Julia. Sadly you can no longer get it in a drugstore, but Essence has a new series of nail art twins glitters, if you are interested. I also added a little heart on my middle finger, like it?

Code Vein Preview

Code Vein is the upcoming RPG from Bandai Namco that attempts to fill the hole left by the Dark Souls series. We got to take an early look and here is what we think.
Should I buy Code Vein?
Code Vein brings Dark Souls combat and mechanics to a Japanese-style RPG. With a more accessible story and familiar themes, an extremely expansive character creator and a wide array of weapons and builds to try, Code Vein is shaping up to be a very impressive title.

Google Nest Hub Max Review: First Look

As requested, Google has made a larger smart display with a built-in camera. We've take a look a the Nest Hub Max.
Should I Buy The Google Nest Hub Max?
It might only be available in two colours but Google has brought the two things we asked for to the Nest Hub Max - a larger screen and a camera.
That camera can do a lot more than make video calls, too.

Google Pixel 3a XL Review: Hands-on

Google's new mid-range phones are very welcome but is it worth spending more on the bigger model? Find out in our Pixel 3a XL hands-on review.
Should I Buy TGoogle Pixel 3a XL?
The Pixel 3a XL is going to be a solid mid-range option for those looking for a big screen and large battery.
However, we're not totally convinced just yet with tough competition from rivals and even, the regular Pixel 3a which may well be enough for many users.

Google Pixel 3a Review: Hands-on

It was no big secret that Google had an affordable phone in the works. Find out why we like the Pixel 3a so much in our hands-on review.
Should I Buy The Google Pixel 3a? We're rather taken with the Pixel 3a so far and after a few days of use it looks like a great mid-range option for those who want a Pixel but can't afford the real deal.
Google has taken the design and key features of its flagship phone and put them into an affordable handset with a few downgrades that are understandable like no waterproofing or wireless charging.

Rhiannon Giddens - there is no Other Music Album Reviews

The singer and multi-instrumentalist joins jazz musician Francesso Turrisi for a thoughtful and ambitious album that spans opera, Appalachian bluegrass, gospel, and traditional Italian music.
there is no Other, the sparse collaborative album by Rhiannon Giddens and Francesso Turrisi, doesn’t shine a light on old music; it blocks out the sun entirely, scavenging the darkness for deeper understanding. Giddens is a MacArthur Fellow, a conservatory-trained opera singer, and a multi-instrumentalist with a knack for finding uncanny harmony among distant generations and geographies of music. Turrisi is a jazz composer with concentrations on early baroque and Mediterranean music. On this wide-ranging collection of covers and original material by Giddens, they speak to each others’ strengths, refining century-spanning stories into a broken prayer for unity. The music asks for close listening and contemplation; the space they create is small, with room for all of us.

BandGang Lonnie Bands - KOD Music Album Reviews

The BandGang crew is at the center of Detroit’s rap renaissance, and Lonnie Bands’ latest is a great showcase of its sound and energy.
The timing has never been right in Detroit. In the late 1990s, the Eastside Chedda Boyz established a sound with funky basslines true to Detroit’s Motown roots, deliveries inspired by Bay Area rappers like Too $hort, and rough, boundary-pushing lyrics that spoke to the hustle of the city. The collective became local legends, but through a combination of tragedy and the hip-hop world criminally overlooking regional scenes, the Eastside Chedda Boyz never had their breakout moment.

ALASKALASKA - The Dots Music Album Reviews

The English six-piece’s debut is a high-wire act combining jazz fusion, disco rhythms, and high-gloss art rock.
The English six-piece ALASKALASKA have spent the last two years in the same South London melting pot as jazz revivalists Sons of Kemet, post punks Shame, and Afropop modernist Rina Mushonga. A wonderful cross-contamination must have occurred, because their debut LP The Dots is evidence that they have soaked up their surroundings: Combining jazz fusion, disco rhythms, and high-gloss art rock, The Dots is an ambitious first album boasting attention to detail and a natural gift for pop melody.

Ghostie - Poltergeist Slim Music Album Reviews

The Baltimore rapper switches between singing, rapping, mumbling until there's almost no difference between the words and the beats.
When I heard the name Poltergeist Slim, I knew it could only belong to one of two types of people: a long-dead cowboy, cursed to ride the range for eternity, or a SoundCloud rapper. In this instance, it references the latter—it’s the evocatively titled new album from Baltimore rapper Ghostie—but it’s easy to imagine some long-lost piece of wax under the same name, recorded by a one-eyed and illiterate ranch hand, forgotten until some lucky soul rescued it from the bottom of a bargain bin and reissued it on 180-gram vinyl.

Air Fryer Cheesy Taco Crescents

Air Fryer Cheesy Taco Crescents are a quick and easy dinner that have a cheesy surprise inside. They cook up crispy in the Air Fryer in just minutes.

Hamsa & Evil Eye Nail Art

It today's post I'd like to show you a nail design inspired by two symbols, that are recently present in fashion, namely hamsa and evil eye. At first I didn't plan on doing anything else, but painting my nails with yellow neon. Somehow I ended up painting these two symbols with black acrylic paint. I also thought about decorating all of my nails, but I guess that'd be too much. All in all, I really like the final effect😊 How about you?

Google Pixel 3a vs Google Pixel 3

Why is the Pixel 3a so much cheaper than the Pixel 3? We answer all your questions about the new Google Pixel 3a.
Should I Buy The Google Pixel 3a Or Google Pixel 3?
A cheaper alternative to the flagship Pixel 3, the 3a ditches some of the non-essential features and retains the stuff that's important. However, whether you agree on what's essential and important will determine whether you think the Pixel 3a is a good deal or not.

How to Set Up Google Nest Hub

A beginner's guide to getting started with Google's new smart display - how to set up Google Nest Hub.
Google Home Hub (now rebranded Google Nest Hub) is now available in the UK, US and Australia, and if you've already bought one you'll be itching to get it set up. The process could be a little simpler, however, so we've provided a step-by-step guide on using the Google Home app to set up Nest Hub.

How To Make Free Phone Calls On Google Home

Google Home's family of smart speakers let you make free calls over Wi-Fi. Here's how.
All Google Home devices let you make free phone calls over Wi-Fi, but the new Google Home Hub extends this to Google Duo video calling too. By recognising your voice it is clever enough to ensure it calls only your contacts, and not those of another member of the household.

The Hustle Movie Review

For most movies, pacing is everything. A great film knows when to move and when to take its time, and how to use a runtime in an effective way to pull an audience in. "The Hustle," the feature debut from director Chris Addison, chugs along at a rapid clip, which could provide a decent, diverting night out for people looking to escape. Unfortunately, the movie doesn't have an ounce of substance to it, and when there's only a half-hour or so left, it feels like nothing has happened at all.

Empath - Active Listening: Night on Earth Music Album Reviews

The Philadelphia quartet’s full-length debut showcases their defiant brand of noise-pop, a big rainbow of chaos.
The ecstatic gestures of Empath’s noise rock tend to fall in and out of focus. At first, the band lets you get a firm grip on the shape of their songs; then the songs lose their shape entirely. In the first 30 seconds of their full-length debut Active Listening: Night on Earth, Empath weave together synth-pop bass, a rock’n’roll backbeat, and a muted funk guitar. Tying together the ensemble is a sour whistle whose tone lands somewhere between Clinic’s ubiquitous melodica and Neutral Milk Hotel’s singing saw. It’s loud, it drowns out everything but lead singer Catherine Elicson’s voice, and it immediately marks Empath as a group who’s not interested in tidying their music up into easily digestible categories. They are here to make a mess.

A.A. Bondy - Enderness Music Album Reviews

On his first album in eight years, the Alabama singer-songwriter turns from folk music to synths, drum machines, and internet speak, but the sorrow at the heart of his music is timeless.
Auguste Arthur Bondy has never been one for the modern world. He once described his time in the alternative rock band Verbena as like being “an infant in a crib full of bats.” After that band folded, his solo records eschewed the glossy electronics and rousing crescendos popular in the late 2000s. Instead, he wrote unfashionable, blues-steeped country. Try as they may, placements of Bondy’s songs in popular television shows like “Friday Night Lights” couldn’t lure him from the margins, where he was content to play intimate rooms—just a simple guy with a guitar, a harmonica his only shiny thing.

Tink - Voicemails Music Album Reviews

The Chicago singer/rapper known for her diaristic, relationship-dissecting R&B builds her new mixtape around inherently private and frequently drama-filled voice messages.
Whether providing the wisdom of an elder (Solange’s “Tina Taught Me”), a representation of the song’s subject (Drake’s “Marvin’s Room”), or just some comedic relief (Frank Ocean’s “Be Yourself”), voicemails are long-established as a versatile storytelling device in hip-hop and R&B. So it’s no surprise that Tink, the Chicago singer/rapper known for her diaristic, relationship-dissecting R&B, has chosen to build her new mixtape around a method of communication that’s inherently private and frequently drama-filled. On Voicemails, her first full-length since leaving Timbaland’s Epic Records imprint in 2017, Tink tells her latest romance saga more vividly than ever before.

Rosie Lowe - YU Music Album Reviews

The smoky-voiced R&B multi-instrumentalist charts the ups and downs of a relationship with the help of guests like Jay Electronica and Floating Points.
The Leeds-based singer Rosie Lowe debuted in 2013 with “Right Thing,” a brooding R&B-soul hybrid that made the aftereffects of a breakup sound like being submerged in a sensory deprivation tank. Her atmospheric 2016 LP Control explored the emotional give-and-take of modern dating, and despite being cloistered by a few too many glazed, anonymous synths, there were quietly compelling songs (see: the body-image treatise “Woman”) to bear out Lowe’s songwriting finesse. For follow-up YU, Lowe improves on her formula by expanding her circle. Calling on a diverse group of collaborators ranging from Jay Electronica to Floating Points, she assembles a warm-blooded pop/soul/funk hybrid that charts the ups and downs of a relationship.

Mississippi Mud Brownies

Mississippi Mud Brownies are my dream come true – a thick and fudgy brownie covered with marshmallows and chocolate icing. No boxed brownie mix here. It’s much better from scratch!

Pastels Nail Art

Today I prepared a design using pastel colours, that I was missing. Recently I'm more into dark colours and more edgy designs, but today I felt like doing something sweet, that is perfect for spring or summer. This is what I ended up doing. Hope you like it!

Google Nest Hub (Home Hub) Review

Google finally has its own smart display, giving you another way of interacting with its handy Assistant. It's affordable and could be super helpful. Find our more in our full Nest Hub review.
Should I Buy The Google Nest Hub?
The Google Nest Hub is an excellent example of smart display thanks to its affordable price tag, compact and elegant design and the ability to interact with the Google Assistant with visual elements.
There are a number of small quibbles we have, though, and using the Hub can be quite frustrating at times. It's usefulness will also depend on things like what other smart home devices you have around the house.

Private Internet Access VPN Review

PIA has an updated interface for Windows, plenty of advanced features, some of which you don't get with other VPN services. Netflix US access is easy, and it's well priced too.
Should I buy Private Internet Access? PIA is a VPN service for more technically minded users, with lots of options and features. It’s good value for everyone, though.

Logitech Introduces New Wireless Headsets For Open Plan Office Workers

The two new headsets help combat noisy environments with new audio tech.
Logitech has launched two new wireless headsets - the Logitech Zone Wireless and the Logitech Zone Wireless Plus Headset - designed to help combat the noisy environment often found in open plan offices.
Expanding on years of expertise working with audio technology, the new Zone series headsets can help office workers perform a number of essential tasks with improved clarity.

The Silence of Others Movie Review

Silence Is Not Always Golden

During World War II, in the European Axis, Germany had Hitler, Italy had Mussolini, and Japan had Hirohito. Spain, which was not technically part of the Axis, had Franco. He gave moral, economic, and military assistance to the Axis powers, while trying to put up a façade of a position of neutrality.

Big Thief - U.F.O.F. Music Album Reviews

The third album from the Brooklyn quartet is an intimate and surreal experience, a true masterpiece of folk music from a band working together at the highest level.
Big Thief are their own small ecosystem: Guitarist Buck Meek, bassist Max Oleartchik, drummer James Krivchenia, and Adrianne Lenker, the singer and oxygen of the Brooklyn quartet, whose lyrics can, among other things, bind all that is living and has ever lived together at the cellular level. Their music is a network of wood and wire, uncanny in its ability to sound undiscovered, like you’re stumbling upon a new species of folk rock with every song. And because they work so well as an organism, the band has a way of giving value to things that hang damp and wrinkled in our world. In the hands of Big Thief, emotion, dreams, nature, memory, even acoustic guitars are artifacts of immense size and power.

Kedr Livanskiy - Your Need Music Album Reviews

Crafted in tandem with the Gost Zvuk affiliate Flaty, the Moscow producer’s second album balances streamlined electro pop with a hint of rave mayhem.
The Moscow producer Yana Kedrina put out two EPs and a full-length in the span of three years, but she hit a wall after 2017’s murky hardware outing, Ariadna. “I was a lot more closed off, and I saw myself like a romantic hero who is always alone," the artist also known as Kedr Livanskiy said recently. “I reconstructed my view of the world, my own mind and how to better connect with people.” She’s not alone. The past few years have seen a number of formerly solo producers, like Laurel Halo, Oneohtrix Point Never, and Holly Herndon, moving beyond the parameters of the self and opening up their processes to collaborators.

Tacocat - This Mess Is a Place Music Album Reviews

The Seattle band’s fourth record, their first for Sub Pop, is forward-thinking pop-punk that successfully—albeit narrowly—manages to dodge the obvious pitfalls.
When Tacocat first entered indie rock’s collective consciousness, “pastel goth” and flasks laminated in Lisa Frank stickers were very cool, and “resting bitch face” had yet to become a pop-feminism cliché. The Seattle-based four-piece came up in perhaps the simpler times of the early 2010s. Consistent but not exactly prolific, Tacocat could’ve easily fallen into the trap of sounding like any other unabashedly twee group that ripened in the first half of the decade. Thankfully, This Mess Is a Place, the group’s fourth record and their first for Sub Pop, is a forward-thinking pop-punk that successfully—albeit narrowly—manages to dodge the obvious pitfalls.

Drahla - Useless Coordinates Music Album Reviews

The ferocious London trio treat post-punk like a game of Tetris, joyfully flipping and rearranging the elements into new patterns.
As we all know from that junk-science email your mom forwarded you back in 2003, our brains recognize the overall shape of a word as much as its proper letter sequence, allowing us to read sentences even if the words cnoaitn a bcunh of typos. The music of Drahla inspires a similar game of mental gymnastics. On the one hand, the London trio embraces the brevity and ferocity you’d expect from self-professed Wire fans. But within those parameters, all bets are off. Singer/guitarist Luciel Brown, bassist Rob Riggs, and drummer Mike Ainsley treat songwriting as a game of Tetris—the playing field might be narrow, but there’s a palpable joy in the way they flip and rearrange the elements into new interlocking patterns.

Doom Eternal Release Date, Gameplay, Platforms And More

Here’s all we know about Doom Eternal, from release date speculation to gameplay features and the latest videos.
Bethesda took to the stage at E3 2018 and unveiled a host of games, from the post-apocalyptic online world of Fallout 76 to the Mad Max-esque Rage 2, but arguably the most exciting announcement was a follow up to 2016’s Doom; Doom Eternal. Not much was said about the game at E3 2018 – in fact, only a short trailer was shown.

2019 FIAT 500X Review

Cheeky looksPromising engineComfortable rideDISLIKES
No FWD model for sun statesNot a great valueActive safety tech is optionalBUYING TIP
The 2019 Fiat 500X comes only with all-wheel drive this year.The 2019 Fiat 500X is a stylish crossover SUV that’s outclassed in some ways.
The 2019 Fiat 500X is a small crossover SUV that speaks with a faint Italian accent. It’s built in Italy and is chock full of retro design cues from the smaller Fiat 500, but the 2019 500X shares its underpinnings with the Jeep Renegade.

YouTube Music Reaches 15 Million Users After One Year Of Launch

A new report has observed that when compared to YouTube TV, YouTube Music could not manage to find critical acclaim or the relative market success. A year after launch YouTube Music now has 15 million subscribers. The report added that Google’s paid music services have grabbed 15 million subscribers. The figure includes, YouTube Music Premium and Play Music since a subscription to one provides access to the other, at least until the other service is deprecated.
The figure also includes the subscribers who have rolled in for promotional trials. The YouTube Music was rebranded in May, 2018 and was launched alongside YouTube Premium. Subscribers of Music Premium get ad-free playback, background streaming as well as offline capabilities at $9.99 per month. On the other hand Apple Music has 50 million paying users and Spotify is in the lead with 100 million. However, the Google Video service would not confirm the 15 million figure but it revealed that subscriptions to paid YouTube Music and…

Long Shot Movie Review

Jest Wing
"Long Shot" is a collection of romantic comedy beats we've seen many times before and, like most movies of its kind, boils down to the success of the stars. It's okay for movies like "Long Shot" to exist after those that came before it if the romantic pair have the chemistry and charisma to carry us through. Seth Rogen and Charlize Theron make every interaction between them count, so when the movie starts to lag a bit or can't quite find the comedic sweet spot, they are always worth watching.

Aphex Twin - Selected Ambient Works Volume II Music Album Reviews

Each Sunday, Pitchfork takes an in-depth look at a significant album from the past, and any record not in our archives is eligible. Today, we revisit an album that changed ambient music forever.
The facts were thin on the ground. Richard D. James was from Cornwall, yes—a geographical outsider in the context of early-1990s UK rave, a kind of coastal cowpoke. He’d been at college for an engineering degree, one he never finished, and was known to pick at the innards of his analog synths. He collected aliases like another young man might sneakers, trotting each one out when the occasion called for it, never letting any of them get too worn: Polygon Window, Caustic Window, Power-Pill, the Dice Man, GAK, Blue Calx, Q-Chastic, AFX, plus his clear favorite, Aphex Twin.

Chocolate-Covered Almond Cake

Ground almonds, almond flour and coconut sugar combine in this healthy, gluten-free cake recipe. Don't skip the dry sherry syrup! It gives this cake a complex, fruity flavor that results in an extra-moist cake. Serve with afternoon tea, brunch or as a special dessert.

Mix Nail Art

As we all know I'm a great fan of mix nail designs and today I want to show you yet another one that I created. I love the combination of white, black and silver and these are the colours that I decided to use. Like it?😊😊😊

Google Assistant Alarms Can Be Shut By Just Shouting ‘Stop’

Search engine giant Google has announced a series of new updates for its Google Assistant on stage at the Google I/O, but the best one is actually the smallest update. The users of Google Assistant can finally get the Google Assistant alarms to stop ringing by just saying “stop”. You can even shout at it depending on how much angry you are at the alarm.

2020 Acura TLX Review

Sporty A-Spec offered with 4-cylinderQuiet interior, comfortable ridePowerful, fuel-efficient V-6Extensive standard safety featuresDISLIKES Unexciting exterior stylingTight interior dimensionsConfusing two-screen display setupBUYING TIP The Acura TLX 4-cylinder with the Technology Package balances tech, luxury, and value best.Athletic and well-appointed, the 2020 Acura TLX is an appealing mid-size luxury sedan, although the competition is fierce.
The 2020 Acura TLX is a mid-size luxury sedan with sporty aspirations that delivers spirited performance and impressive value. It grabs a 6.5 on our scale.
The TLX rolled into 2020 largely unchanged aside from a new, limited-edition trim built on the same Ohio assembly line as the NSX sports car.

Dating Apps That Expose Children To Predators Removed By Google And Apple

US based tech giants Apple and Google have removed three of the dating apps from their app stores after the US government has said that the apps can put the children vulnerable to the adult predators. A statement was released by the Federal Trade Commission on May 6, 2019 that the dating apps MEET24, FastMeet and Meet4U had violated the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA). The COPPA prevents the apps and websites from collecting personal information from children under 13 without parental consent.

Samsung Galaxy Fold Devices Pre-Orders Likely To Be Cancelled Due To Poor Reviews

While the gadget lovers are waiting for Samsung’s much awaited foldable phone, the Galaxy Fold, but now it seems like the pre-orders of the device might get cancelled. The South Korean giant had opened pre-orders of the Samsung Galaxy Fold for $1,980 and soon the company had to close the registrations of the device as they were sold out.

Pure Bathing Culture - Night Pass Music Album Reviews

After being dropped from their label, the dreamy Portland duo flout despair with a wall of nostalgic, over-the-top sound.
It’s not that Pure Bathing Culture sought out the late ’80s; it’s more like the sounds of those years beckoned them in. In the years since 2015’s Pray for Rain, the Portland duo recorded a full-length cover of the Blue Nile’s 1989 LP Hats. But after being dropped from their label, they crash-landed in the studio with songs for Night Pass already written. They questioned their next steps. They probably pulled tarot cards. Instead of going quietly into the night, they enlisted producer Tucker Martine (R.E.M., My Morning Jacket) and roared back at the void with glossy, grandiose certainty.

Shy Glizzy - Covered N Blood Music Album Reviews

As with all of his best work, the D.C. rapper’s latest finds him grappling with trauma, haunted by the specter of death at every turn.
In cities like Atlanta, New York and Los Angeles, a rapper can achieve overnight success, flipping a viral single into 15 minutes of fame or more. In Washington D.C., the runway to stardom has always seemed longer. Artists like Wale and GoldLink spent years toiling in obscurity before their regional goodwill boiled over into the mainstream, while others, like Fat Trel and Tabi Bonney, stalled out despite considerable buzz. None, though, have been tipped as the District’s next breakout star for longer than Shy Glizzy. The southeast D.C. native has been making waves since at least 2012, when he jacked two of Chief Keef’s most iconic beats for his “3Milli” diss; in the following years, he scored minor hits with “Awwsome” and the morbid gospel anthem, “Funeral,” one of 2014’s best rap songs. Glizzy's presumed tipping point came with his acrobatic, show-…

Joel Ross - KingMaker Music Album Reviews

The 23-year-old vibraphonist shines on his debut album, with an approach that feels sly and mysterious; he also proves himself a sharp bandleader attuned to the importance of group dynamics.
The list of notable jazz vibraphonists is a short one. The instrument is about as unwieldy as the double bass but not nearly as practical for the purposes of getting regular gigs, and it doesn’t have the sex appeal of, say, the tenor saxophone. So when a promising young vibraphonist like Joel Ross comes along, your ears perk up. Ross is 23 and an in-demand presence in the New York club scene. In 2018, he appeared as a sideman on some of the most exciting records in jazz, including the drummer Makaya McCraven’s Universal Beings and the pianist James Francies’ Flight. Ross’ Blue Note debut, KingMaker, is his first as a leader, and it is a marvel.

Mediterranean Cod with Roasted Tomatoes

Oregano, thyme and paprika flavor the cod in this 15-minute, Mediterranean-inspired meal. Olives, capers and roasted cherry tomatoes add color and zest to each bite.

Nail Stickers: Born Pretty Store Review

Today I would like to show a product that Born Pretty Store sent me some time ago, namely silver nail art stickers. I'm only showing you stickers in the shape of the heart, but the variety of the stickers is really great - flowers, butterflies, snowflakes (which I'll definitely use in the winter time!) and many many more. You can check them out on the Born Pretty Store. I wanted to try out pattern #1, but sadly it was out of stock, so I chose #6. You can either get silver or gold stickers, whatever you prefer.

Twitter Updates Camera Looks Similar To Instagram

Micro blogging site, Twitter introduced a revamped version of its camera that has been designed to promote sharing of photos and videos on the network that is otherwise text centric. When the users swipe left on the timeline on the updated app the camera can be seen and allows you to take a picture or take a looping video of up to two minutes by tapping or holding a circular capture button. The users can also tap a live button that begins broadcasting a stream to the followers directly from Twitter.

WD My Cloud Home Review

WD's My Cloud Home provides storage you can access with a smart TV, secures personal cloud data, and it looks good too. Find out more in our My Cloud Home Personal Cloud review.
Should I Buy The WD My Cloud Home?
The design and styling of the hardware in the My Cloud Home is top-notch, with all its issues lying in the software components provided for it. The underlying platform is a solid one for which WD hardware engineers should be proud, and the software team needs to better support.
The My Cloud Home can provide DLNA storage to access with a smart TV or a personal cloud solution, but those that want more should consider Synology, QNAP or the higher-end WD My Cloud products.

Best NAS Drives 2019

NAS drives do a lot more than simply store files like a hard drive. They're your personal cloud service, media server and can even record footage from security cameras. We recommend the best models to buy right now
NAS drives are lot like cloud storage services: you can access all your files from anywhere, both inside and outside of your home or office. You can use them to store and play your music and video collections, as well as documents and other files. You can even install apps on them so they can do more, such as run your home security cameras, download files automatically and even host a website.

How To Use Sky Q Voice Search

Want to find out how to use the Sky Q voice search feature? We explain how, along with things you can do, fix it when it's not working and 20 movie quotes to try.
Earlier this year Sky updated its Sky Q entertainment system with the long-awaited voice search feature. Here's what you can do with it including movie quotes and how to fix it when it's not working. Read our Sky Q review.




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