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Free Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, Razer Kishi Controller when you buy Samsung Galaxy S21 on EE
by Sylvester Addo
British mobile network operator, EE, is giving away 12 months free access to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate with cloud gaming (beta) and a Razer Kishi Controller with a purchase of a new Samsung Galaxy 21 series smartphone.
The offer is available to customers who purchase any of the recently announced Samsung Galaxy S21 series smartphone; S21 5G, S21+ 5G and S21 Ultra 5G on an EE Smart Plan. These customers will also become the first to receive a new service called the exclusive Gaming Unleashed bundle.
The exclusive Gaming Unleashed bundle gives customers access to over 100 Xbox games on the go with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate with cloud gaming (beta) and a Razer Kishi Controller valued at £131.88 and £99.99 respectively.
Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass Ultimate with cloud gaming (beta) allows gamers to play Xbox games on an android device from the cloud.
EE customers will get the opportunity to trade in their current eligible Samsung Galaxy smartphone for up to £350 off one of the new Galaxy S range. The smartphones are available to pre-order via EE telesales and on ee.co.uk.
Vodafone says it can't offer free access to BBC Bitesize
by Paul Hill
Vodafone has told BBC News that it will not offer free access to the BBC Bitesize educational materials as BT, EE and Plusnet did last week. The mobile carrier said that its technical team have assessed the possibility of zero-rating Bitesize but concluded that it's not possible to offer free access without giving users free access to the whole of the BBC website.
Explaining why it’s not possible for Vodafone to do, the firm’s general counsel and external affairs director Helen Lamprell said:
Lamprell also said that, by zero-rating Bitesize, it would give the site an advantage over other education websites and could go against the firm’s legal obligations to maintain net neutrality. While Ofcom is mandated with ensuring net neutrality, Vodafone probably would have been safe from ramifications given that the closing of schools is quite extraordinary. Instead of zero-rating Bitesize, Vodafone has offered 350,000 free SIM cards to disadvantaged children to get them online.
BT told BBC that zero-rating Bitesize alone is technically difficult and can be costly, however, it affirmed that it’s not impossible to do which contradicts what Vodafone has said today. EE will offer Bitesize for free by the end of the month and customers will not have to register to take advantage of the offer.
Source: BBC News
RootMetrics says EE is the mobile carrier to beat in the UK
by Paul Hill
EE has announced that it came top in terms of overall performance in RootMetrics’ latest report. The report authors described EE as the “operator to beat, with fast speeds … and impressive 5G results.” In Metropolitan areas, including suburbs, EE got a RootScore of 100 while Vodafone, O2 and Three scored 48, 23 and 15 respectively.
EE was named the best carrier across England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales, offering the fastest speeds and the most reliable connection. Of the operators that were looked at, EE was the only carrier whose 5G median download speeds went above 100 Mbps in all the test cities. The company also topped the list when aggregate median download speeds across the whole of the UK were looked at; EE’s download speed was 43 Mbps, Vodafone scored 21.1 Mbps, Three got 13.9 Mbps and O2 came last with a median download speed of 12.9 Mbps.
Commenting on the findings, CEO of BT’s Consumer business Marc Allera said:
It should be noted that a lot of the data in the report is aggregated on a country-wide level. You may not recognise EE as the best provider if their infrastructure is poor in your area. RootMetrics said its data is based on 644,546 tests performed in 750 places around the country including in 16 metro areas.
by Razvan Serea
The qBittorrent project aims to provide a Free Software alternative to µtorrent. qBittorrent is an advanced and multi-platform BitTorrent client with a nice user interface as well as a Web UI for remote control and an integrated search engine. qBittorrent aims to meet the needs of most users while using as little CPU and memory as possible. qBittorrent is a truly Open Source project, and as such, anyone can and should contribute to it.
Polished µTorrent-like User Interface Well-integrated and extensible Search Engine Simultaneous search in most famous BitTorrent search sites Per-category-specific search requests (e.g. Books, Music, Movies) All Bittorrent extensions DHT, Peer Exchange, Full encryption, Magnet/BitComet URIs, ... Remote control through a Web user interface Nearly identical to the regular UI, all in Ajax Advanced control over trackers, peers and torrents Torrents queueing and prioritizing Torrent content selection and prioritizing UPnP / NAT-PMP port forwarding support Available in ~25 languages (Unicode support) Torrent creation tool Advanced RSS support with download filters (inc. regex) Bandwidth scheduler IP Filtering (eMule and PeerGuardian compatible) IPv6 compliant Available on most platforms: Linux, Mac OS X, Windows, OS/2, FreeBSD qBittorrent 4.3.3 changelog:
FEATURE: New languages: Azerbaijani, Estonian BUGFIX: Unify global speed dialogs for normal/alternative speeds (thalieht) BUGFIX: Increase maximum global speed limits ~2 GiB/s (thalieht) BUGFIX: Save fastresume when setting torrent speed limits (thalieht) BUGFIX: Group several torrent options into one dialog (thalieht) BUGFIX: Capitalize locale names (Chocobo1) BUGFIX: Improve content file/folder names handling (glassez) BUGFIX: Drop notification about move storage finished or failed (glassez) BUGFIX: Reload "missing files" torrent instead of re-checking (glassez) BUGFIX: Remember dialog sizes (Chocobo1) BUGFIX: Improve detection of file extension string (Chocobo1) WEBUI: Don't call non-existent elements (glassez) WEBUI: Update "Keep top-level folder" in WebUI options (thalieht) MACOS: QMake: Raise minimal macOS target version to 10.14 (glassez) LINUX: Use legacy 'data' directory only as a fallback (lbilli) OTHER: Bump project requirement to C++17 (Chocobo1) Download: qBittorrent 4.3.3 (32-bit) | 23.0 MB (Open Source)
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By Jay Bonggolto
Samsung brings the Galaxy A12, A32 5G, and A02s to the UK
by Jay Bonggolto
Samsung Galaxy A32 5G Samsung announced today that the Galaxy A12, Galaxy A32 5G, and Galaxy A02s are coming to the UK. These phones were previously unveiled in the past few months and the latest announcement marks an expansion to their regional availability.
Starting today, you can purchase the Galaxy A12 (first unveiled late last year) for £169 via Samsung's channels and partner retailers in the UK. It's available in white, black, and blue color options. The Galaxy A32 5G, which debuted last week, costs £249 in black, white, blue, and violet color variants. It will ship beginning on February 19. Meanwhile, the Galaxy A02s is the cheapest among the three at £139. It will ship in the coming weeks in white and black colors.
Samsung Galaxy A12 All three smartphones have the same 6.5-inch HD+ TFT Infinity V display and 5,000mAh battery with support for 15W fast charging. The devices are powered by octa-core processors, although Samsung didn't specify each of the phones' chipsets. That said, we know from the company's previous announcement that the Galaxy A12 is powered by MediaTek's Helio P35 SoC.
Both the Galaxy A12 and A32 5G have a quad-camera setup on the back. The A12's camera module consists of a 48MP main sensor, 5MP ultra-wide shooter, 2MP macro sensor, and 2MP depth sensor. The A32 5G also features a 48MP main sensor, 8MP ultra-wide camera, 5MP macro sensor, and 2MP depth sensor. The A02S, on the other hand, has a triple camera setup on its back, comprising a 13MP main sensor, 2MP macro camera, and 2MP depth sensor. The selfie cameras of the A32 5G, A12, and A02s are 13MP, 8MP, and 5MP, respectively.
Samsung Galaxy A02s Memory-wise, the A32 5G and A12 have 4GB of RAM while the A02s has a 3GB RAM and 32GB of internal storage (expandable up to 1TB with a microSD card). The A32 5G includes 64GB of internal storage that's expandable up to 1TB while the A12 has either 64GB or 128GB of internal storage that's also expandable up to 1TB.