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What Is Root Access In Dedicated Server Hosting?

If you’re not already aware of the fact, Dedicated Server Hosting is one of the most powerful hosting servers available today. When an entire hosting server is dedicated to one website, it ensures flawless performance and robust security. 

Dedicated Web Hosting Servers offer top-notch performance with their dedicated resources. You can opt for a Dedicated Hosting Server when you need the privacy, customizability, and high performance that they offer. The best Dedicated Server Hosting is the one that is custom configured for performance. A Dedicated Server can be configured to get more performance out of it.

A Linux Dedicated Server is more flexible in terms of tweaking for performance and security. The full root access that it offers unlocks the full potential of existing hardware and software. Sometimes, a few strategic tweaks are all it takes. At other times, there’s an entire process to be followed to get the desired Read More

Things to know about the company hosting your business domain

In this dispensation, you need the internet to communicate effectively and efficiently. If you don’t have an online presence already, a time will come where you may have to consider building an online presence then you would need a web hosting service. As much as reading hosting companies reviews is important, there are some other features to look out for when choosing a hosting service provider such as unlimited resources, technical support, 100% uptime, and so on. But beyond the technical jargon, there are indices to consider before making your choice.

Factors to consider when choosing a hosting provider for your businessPricing

Yes! Pricing. There are tons of service providers offering similar services at different price range, so you have to ensure that you optimize your pricing to be competitive. Some factors that determine the cost of hosting service include the choice to either host a simple static webpage, which … Read More

Google Pixel 5 review: new phone, old tricks

The amount of effort Google seems to put into its Pixel phones while simultaneously ensuring that they look and feel mundane never ceases to astonish me. The new Pixel 5 is the epitome of this trend, though it’s been present since the beginning.

The Pixel 5 is unassuming. Instead of pushing the state of the art forward, Google has seemingly retreated to simpler, more reliable, and less expensive technology. The Pixel 4 had face unlock, squeezable sides, and a literal radar chip. The Pixel 5 has a simple rear-mounted fingerprint sensor that harkens back to Android phones from 2018, not 2020.

And yet, it’s still a very good phone for $699. It’s not impressive or flashy. By spending just a little (or a lot) more money, you can get better specs, larger camera arrays, prettier screens, and fancier designs. The Pixel 5 is trying to sell something else, sometimes to

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iPhone 12 has 5G, but Apple still has us questioning why we need it

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Apple CEO Tim Cook on Tuesday talked up the iPhone 12 lineup’s new 5G connectivity.


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This story is part of Apple Event, our full coverage of the latest news from Apple headquarters.

Apple this week gave users plenty of reasons to want a new iPhone 12, much as it does every year. The camera is better, and so’s the processor. The display, with its “ceramic shield” technology, is more durable, and there’s even a Pacific blue iPhone 12 Pro. There are now four new models to choose from instead of three, and the overall phone’s been redesigned for the first time since 2017. Oh, and did you hear? All phones in the iPhone 12 lineup also come with 5G. 

The next-generation cellular technology was front and center in Apple’s virtual iPhone launch on Tuesday. Apple showed us its secret, padded anechoic chamber where

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Intersectional Gender And Pay Parity In Tech

AnitaB.org CEO Brenda Darden Wilkerson shares top takeaways focused on driving change toward intersectional gender and pay parity for the tech industry coming out of vGHC 2020.

Where to start? This was the question that opened the annual Grace Hopper Celebration several weeks back as it has been the topic leading millions of conversations on the pandemic, social justice, political unrest, natural disaster and more. In acknowledging the many trying moments of recent months, especially within the setting of a celebration, the focus became less about what one might expect to hear, and more about what needs to be said.

When it comes to achieving intersectional gender and pay parity around the world, let alone in the tech industry, figuring out where to start is an

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Blockchain Bites: Your Guide to Invest Ethereum Economy

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At stake

Invest: ethereum economy, a full day of conversation, workshopping and networking around the future of money, goes live today at 9 a.m. ET.

Starting off with a keynote speech from Ethereum co-creator Vitalik Buterin, the virtual event will also see appearances from MakerDAO Co-Founder Rune Christensen, Gauntlet CEO Tarun Chitra and CFTC Chairman Heath Tarbert, among many, many more. 

The most in-depth conference to date dedicated to the Ethereum economy is a gated event. You can register now to gain access to the day’s panels as well as video-on-demand content released in the coming days. 

Related: First Mover: Privacy Is Litecoin’s Ace in the Hole as JPMorgan Touts Bitcoin

First, a few words from Leigh Cuen. 

Value proposition?

The fully virtual CoinDesk invest: ethereum economy is kicking off with a keynote from none other than Ethereum creator Vitalik Buterin, delivering a speech titled “Eth 2.0 and the

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In City Where China Welcomed the World, Xi Prepares for a Colder One

When China first opened to overseas investors, the country was desperate for foreign technology to revive its growth. Now, as China faces rising global barriers, its leader, Xi Jinping, is urging greater domestic innovation.

Mr. Xi delivered this message on Wednesday while making an anniversary pilgrimage to the southern city of Shenzhen, which in 1980 was established as a “special economic zone” next to the global financial hub of Hong Kong. Shenzhen quickly became an incubator for “reform and opening up,” the strategy championed by the Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping that paved the way for the country’s decades-long economic takeoff.

Forty years later, Mr. Xi said China still welcomed foreign investors, but he also said it must prepare for a less welcoming world. The coronavirus pandemic has accelerated the rise of barriers to the free flow of goods and technology, Mr. Xi said, a theme that he has stressed recently.

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iPhone 12 with 5G, HomePod Mini and more: Everything Apple just announced

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This story is part of Apple Event, our full coverage of the latest news from Apple headquarters.

Another year, another iPhone. (Did I say that last year?) This is the iPhone’s last year of tweendom before it hits teenhood: Apple announced its four-model iPhone 12 line on Tuesday, the first major revamp of the iPhone’s design since 2017’s iPhone X, which introduced face unlocking and better screen technology. This year they sport an array of colors, more models and 5G wireless support across the lineup. In addition to the HomePod Mini smart speaker, we were treated to the MagSafe wireless charging system for the iPhone and a stealth release of the $50 Beats Flex wireless headphones.

Here’s how you order iPhone 12, Mini, Pro and Pro Max models, on different days and at different prices.

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Don’t Buy an iPhone 12 Just for 5G

Apple’s new iPhone 12 lineup, revealed Tuesday, has plenty of the upgrades you’d expect: a faster processor, a better camera, a new design. But the feature that’s getting the most hype is the new 5G wireless chip, which will let the devices connect to the latest high-speed mobile broadband networks.

Apple CEO Tim Cook talked up the benefits of including the new cellular standard in the iPhone 12 line, citing improvements on everything from video streaming to consumer privacy. “Each generation of cellular technology on iPhone has enabled breakthrough innovations and entirely new opportunities for our developers and our users,” said Cook during the virtual event. “For so many people this all becomes real with 5G coming to iPhone.”

It’s about time the iPhone gets 5G, a feature that’s been available on Android phones for years. But whether 5G is really a selling point is out of Apple’s hands—in

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New features and some new hurdles