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Here’s how to sign up for Battlefield V’s open beta

EA DICE has revealed the open beta for Battlefield V will begin on September 4 for early access and September 6 for players on Origin, PlayStation 4 and Steam. The open beta will allow players to experience the recently-revealed Rotterdam map on 64-player Conquest mode, alongside the Arctic Fjord map ... Read More »

Ensure data integrity by turning CRM usage into a game

Forward-thinking companies already know the enormous benefits a CRM can provide. The right CRM, properly used, is a single source of knowledge that can deliver transparency, accurate sales forecasts, efficient resource allocation and important visibility into customer service efforts.  The right CRM can be a foundation for growth and sustainable ... Read More »

Best PS4 games 2018: 25 essential PlayStation 4 releases

In our opinion, the PlayStation 4 is Sony's greatest achievement. It boasts some of the best games to have ever graced a Sony console, it's got more apps and features than any other gaming console, like, ever and it's now imbued with the visual prowess of both 4K UHD and ... Read More »

Best free Android apps of 2018: 100 you must download

It's been ten years since Android was first outed by Google, and back then it was hard to imagine the sheer number of apps we'd have today. There are apps for everything, and many of them are completely free, meaning you're just a few downloads away from supercharging your smartphone ... Read More »

The new Leica M10-P is the soul of discretion

Leica M cameras are all about simplicity, precision and only the most careful development of its classic camera design. Its M-series cameras now have digital sensors, but the design of the body and even the focusing system is the same as its legendary M-series analog cameras. Leica M cameras use ... Read More »

iMac 2018: what we want to see

The iMac 2018 could use a refresh – not long after the iMac 2017 hit the market last year, packed with a 7th-generation Kaby Lake processor, Intel released its 8th-generation Coffee Lake processors. So, the iMac is currently one generation behind the competition when it comes to hardware, but we ... Read More »

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