ScalaHosting review | TechRadar

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ScalaHosting may not be the most familiar of web hosting names, but the company has a lot to boast about: 13 years in the business, 50,000 customers, 700,000+ websites managed and the top-rated cloud and web hosting provider on Trustpilot.

A strong range of products has something for almost everyone: shared hosting, VPS, dedicated servers, app hosting (WordPress, Magento, PrestaShop, WooCommerce, more), reseller plans, business email hosting, and the list

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Clean air in demand during COVID-19, and ENCON in Ocean Township supplies it

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Government to examine sale of computer chip design firm Arm to US company Nvidia

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The Government is examining the sale of UK-based computer chip design firm Arm to US tech giant Nvidia, with Boris Johnson taking a personal interest in the deal, his spokesman said.

Earlier on Monday, it was announced that the firm is to be bought by the US graphics chip maker in a deal worth 40 billion dollars (£31.2 billion).

Nvidia has pledged to keep Arm’s headquarters in Cambridge while also

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10 Best Manhwa To Read For Geminis

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Dreams, friendships, and relationships take centerfold in these manhwa, and these would be a perfect pick for a busy bee like Geminis to read.

Geminis are busy bees. If they’re not the center of attention at a party, then they’re the top star at their job. They’re even mostly mistaken for being two-faced most of the time when they can be the sweetest people in general. For this busy bee

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New store selling COVID-19 prevention essentials opens for business in Manhattan

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A new store in Manhattan aims to help individuals and businesses upgrade their spaces to help keep COVID-19 at bay. 

The CV19 Essential Store and “Safe Zone” Interactive Experience Center, located at 41 W 35th Street, offers a variety of products and gadgets with the purpose to protect and serve the New

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How To Improve Your Broadband Speed

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So much of life is lived online these days, having a speedy, reliable broadband service is hugely important for most of us.

Making video calls, online gaming and watching content through streaming services have become the norm in many households. The increase in home-working is another key factor when it comes to increased broadband usage.

But what is a “good” broadband speed and, if your broadband is too slow,

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Scorched earth investing, a new ocean fund, and the $1.75 million elephant

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By David Callaway, Callaway Climate Insights

. . . . A smoky, orange haze kicks off the beginning of autumn this morning in the Bay Area as red flag fire and evacuation warnings, forced power outages, earthquakes and high winds cast an end-of-times pall over much of California. More than two million acres have burned already this season and we haven’t even hit the October peak yet.





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iPhone 12 should steal iPad Air’s new Touch ID — it’s perfect for COVID-19 times

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Apple ‘s new iPad Air relocates Touch ID to a button on the edge of the device. The company’s upcoming iPhone 12 lineup should do something similar, giving users an option between unlocking their iPhone using their face or unlocking it with their fingerprint as the world combats the novel coronavirus pandemic. 



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The fastest VPN for outright speed 2020

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Among all the considerations you need to think about when selecting your new VPN, one of the most significant is speed.

Because virtual private networks work by sending all your internet traffic through an extra set of encrypted tunnels via the provider’s secure server, that’s a lot of extra potential latency. Thankfully, by going for one of the fastest VPNs, you can pretty much avoid any slow down completely.

Depending

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Verify: Can laptops and tablets record you 24/7? School provided

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Posts are popping up from around the country about whether school-provided laptops and tablets could be recording around the clock. Here’s a breakdown.

Is it technologically possible for a school-provided computer or tablet to be recording 24/7?

Yes, it’s possible for someone with administrative access to a device to install software that could remotely record.

While it is possible, the Verify team has not heard of any instances of this

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Super-fast internet, new digital services

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The commercial launch of 5G in the Philippines will bring not only super-fast internet for mobile phone users, but also introduce a new generation of digital services for both individual and enterprise customers.

“5G is a major milestone in the development of mobile phone services and digital technologies.” said Ramon Isberto, PLDT-Smart Public Affairs head and first vice president, in an interview with Cito

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The Gadget That Turns Any Old Tub Into a Full-On Whirlpool (and It’s Honestly So Much Cheaper)

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One of the best things you can do to unwind on vacation is fill the fancy hotel bathtub with warm water, turn on the jets, and soak your bod as you look out the window at the Swedish Alps (yes, I’m daydreaming). Sure, you could take a bath in your—let’s call it what it is—tub… but it’s not quite the same. The next best thing, though? Get yourself this Conair

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Stanford researchers develop new way to study ocean life

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Like spirits passing between worlds, billions of invisible beings rise to meet the starlight, then descend into darkness at sunrise. Microscopic plankton’s daily journey between the ocean’s depths and surface holds the key to understanding crucial planetary processes, but has remained largely a mystery until now. A new Stanford-developed rotating microscope, outlined in a study published Aug. 17 in Nature Methods, offers for the first time a way to track

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Does your broadband need a boost? The best deals available for ‘superfast’ internet with a large chunk of people working from home

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Despite the Government encouraging workers to get back to the office, many continue to work from home, either full-time or part-time.

It may now mean households are on the hunt for faster and more reliable internet deal, with an increased strain on their service. 

Holly Niblett, head of digital at Compare the Market, said: ‘We have seen a huge increase in the number

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Six new gadgets that will make you feel like you’re living in the future

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New tech products are always hitting the market, but every now and then some are released that are total game-changers. Tech expert Avery Swartz is always on the lookout for the coolest new gadgets, and this time around she has some incredible picks that will make you feel like you’re living in the future. From a foldable smartphone to a wearable keyboard, check out the gallery below for some of

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Aytu BioScience Announces Global Agreement to Distribute Pinnacle IVD Corporation’s 15-Minute COVID-19 Antigen Test

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Pinnacle Plans to Scale U.S. Manufacturing Capacity to 25 Million Tests Per Month

Cost-Effective 15-Minute Rapid Antigen Test Demonstrates 100% Specificity for COVID-19 Detection When Compared with RT-PCR

ENGLEWOOD, CO / ACCESSWIRE / September 8, 2020 / Aytu BioScience, Inc. (NASDAQ:AYTU), a specialty pharmaceutical company (the “Company”) focused on commercializing novel products that address significant patient needs announced today that the Company has signed an agreement to distribute the Pinnacle

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Study of Ocean Salinity Reveals Amped-Up Global Water Cycle

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Climate change has boosted the amount of evaporation across Earth’s surface, leading to more frequent extreme weather events from megadroughts to monster hurricanes.

Salinity-contrast time series from 1960 to 2017. (Background photo by Xilin Wang.)

(CN) — There is something in the water on planet Earth.

A study published Wednesday reveals climate change has amplified the water cycle, which explains the more frequent extreme weather patterns in recent years.

The

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Blue light from a computer or phone can age the skin as badly as the midday Sun

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Leading Optometrist, Dhruvin Patel is a specialist in the impact of blue light on eye health – that is light produced by phone and computer screens. 

Blue Light can make it harder to fall asleep and have an impact on the health of eyes

Researchers say exposure to blue light could increase the risk of damage to eyesight and make it harder to fall asleep.

Patel shared his tips for

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Twin Vee Launches a Web-based Marketplace and Social Hub to Connect Buyers & Sellers

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FORT PIERCE, FL / ACCESSWIRE / September 10, 2020 / Twin Vee PowerCats, Inc. (OTC PINK:TVPC), one of the largest production-based dual hull boat companies in the United States, today launched Twin Vee Connect, a social platform that will innovate the boat buying and boat owning experience for Twin Vee’s customers and dealers. The new site is another technological leap forward that adheres to the commitment Twin Vee made to

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