Arqiva and Samsung’s 5G UK Fixed Wireless Trial Goes LIVE in London

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Wireless infrastructure builder Arqiva and Samsung have confirmed that London’s first trial of an ultrafast 5G based Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) broadband network, which uses the 28GHz millimetre wave radio spectrum band to offer multi-Gigabit speeds, has gone live in London. Apparently the network is being tested over a distance of “several hundred meters” and […]

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Logitech G533 review: An excellent wireless headset that’s both attractive and affordable

The G533 makes an interesting counterpoint to its predecessors. Pull up pictures of 2016’s G633 and G933 headset, the heirs apparent to Logitech’s old G930—bulky air-traffic-controller silhouette, coffin-shaped earcups, RGB lighting, edgy accent decorations. The video game aesthetic. Take all of that and throw it out.

What are you left with? Probably something that looks like Logitech’s new G533.

Design: Professional courtesy

Okay, maybe keep the air-traffic-controller silhouette—the G533 is a bit slimmer than its older siblings but not by much.

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Best USB-C memory card readers

The lack of an SD card slot on the 2016 and 2017 MacBook Pro is an inconvenience for photographers of all stripes who shoot with cameras other than the iPhone. The answer—as with everything else that needs to connect to the USB-C–only MacBook Pro—is and external USB-C SD card reader.

But which one? As you would expect, third parties have rushed to create adapters for everything, including memory card readers. And to no one’s surprise, the quality, specifications, and prices are all over the map.

We tested five adapters that stood out among the field based on online reviews, word of mouth, and design. All of the adapters read and write to SD cards, and we tested one model that also accepts larger CompactFlash (CF) cards still used by some high-end cameras. Choosing which reader is best for you depends a lot on what you need and how much you’re willing to spend. For most people, that could turn out to be one of the least expensive of the bunch.

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SanDisk Extreme Pro UHS-II USB-C Reader review: When you want speed, this is the SD card reader to get

Plenty of inexpensive USB-C memory card adapters are now on the market. But would you consider spending about $50 for one? If it’s the SanDisk Extreme Pro UHS-II SD Card USB-C Reader ($47 on Amazon), the answer is yes.

Why? Pure speed. Of the adapters we tested, the Extreme Pro UHS-II boasted the fastest transfer speeds for both photos and video files. Primarily that’s due to compatibility with UHS-II cards, but it also produced top speeds for UHS-I cards. If you absolutely need the quickest way to shuttle image and video files onto your MacBook Pro, this is the adapter to buy.

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Using AI to spot malware patterns

Protecting an organization’s data, people and applications has never been more critical or more difficult. The number of entry points and connected endpoints has skyrocketed and the bad guys keep getting smarter. Clearly, something has to change.

One of the more innovative security start ups is Cylance, which is using artificial intelligence (AI) to change the security game. CSO recently interviewed Cylance founder and chief scientist Ryan Permeh to understand better how AI can impact security.

You came from McAfee and Cylance is disrupting the legacy antivirus (AV) model. What were the challenges you saw at your previous company and what motivated you to start Cylance?

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