Acer offers lots of treats with its Halloween deals of up to 40% off

Acer is offering some ghoulishly great deals to celebrate Halloween. There’s no need to wait for Black Friday 2019 or Cyber Monday 2019, as there are price cuts of up to 40% off certain devices. There are various deals on Acer’s website with discounts of 5%, 10%, 15%, 20% and 40% off selected items. The deals run from October 22 to midnight on November 7, and most of the deals will be applied at the checkout when you buy, though some of them require the following codes: HALLOWEEN5 – 5% offHALLOWEEN10 – 10% offHALLOWEEN15 – 15% offHALLOWEEN20 – 20% offHALLOWEEN40 – 40% off There are loads of products available, so… Read More

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Save big on Philips Hue alternative LIFX cheap smart bulb deals before Black Friday

Philips Hue holds household name status for its smart light bulbs, but this flash Amazon deal can save you up to 44% on your smart lighting thanks to LIFX. The LIFX Entertainment Bundle will set you up with two Mini Colour Wi-Fi LED bulbs and a Z flexible light strip starter kit, all for under £100, meanwhile, their individual bulbs are discounted well below Philips Hue’s current prices with some unique benefits thrown in. There’s no need to wait for the Black Friday deals with prices this low. The Mini Colour bulbs available in this bundle are capable of bathing your room in over 16 million different colours, with programmable… Read More

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The best camera phone might be rivalled by Oppo’s new super-cheap smartphone

If you want a great camera phone for amateur photography you’re often staring at massive price tags for a new handset, but there may be a new cheap phone that’s just as good, courtesy of Oppo. This new smartphone, the Oppo A9 2020 (yes, a strange name given there was no A8, and it’s not 2020 yet), comes with a whopping four rear cameras – a number you usually see in high-end devices like the Huawei P30 Pro, not budget devices like this. These are the best smartphonesWhat did we think of the Oppo Reno 2?What’s the iPhone 11 camera like? You can pick up the Oppo A9 2020 for… Read More

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It doesn’t matter ‘who’ hacked your business

China. North Korea. Russia. Iran. Why does it matter to your security posture if any of these countries are behind the latest cybersecurity attack? In most cases, it doesn’t, and as a business leader, it probably shouldn’t matter to you. News attaching specific criminal groups to cyberattacks – and perhaps human nature – are driving a need for attribution and understandably prompting organizational leaders to believe it matters who conducted the attack. Attributing WannaCry ransomware to North Korea or NotPetya to Russia is certainly important to law enforcement, but is best left to intelligence agencies. For business leaders, attribution can… This story continues at The Next Web …read more Source::… Read More

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