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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 may miss out on the new 64MP camera sensor

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 may miss out on the new 64MP camera sensor

Just after Samsung announced a new 64MP camera sensor that could appear in next year’s Galaxy S11, hopes of the sensor coming to the Galaxy Note 10 later this year were dashed by a reputable Samsung device leaker.”To be sure, Samsung Note10 will not use 64MP CMOS,” Tweeted  @UniverseIce, but also noting “This is not necessarily a bad thing.”The new 64MP camera sensor appeared alongside a 48MP sensor in a Samsung Newsroom post on May 9, expanding the company’s lineup of sensors with 0.8-micron pixels. Both are expected to go into mass production in the latter half of 2019.New camera technology is definitely exciting for anyone on the lookout for the next best camera phone. And, with new Samsung flagships often raising the bar for smartphone cameras, heightened expectations for the Galaxy Note 10 are only natural, especially in the wake of the new sensor news. But, if @UniverseIce is right, which seems plausible, it may not be all the bad for the Galaxy Note 10.
See our review of the Huawei P30 Pro and its 40MP cameraThe Galaxy Note 10 may have a big, very fast-charging batteryCheck out our hands-on review of the Galaxy S10 5GBecause megapixels only count for so much
Given that Samsung itself has said mass production of the 64MP and 48MP sensors isn’t expected until the second half of the year, it seems like a stretch to include them in the Galaxy Note 10. With the launch for that phone expected in late summer, the window between mass production of the sensors and launch of the phone would be incredibly small.But, the Galaxy Note 10 camera can be a good one even without the souped-up sensor. For one, megapixels aren’t the whole story, as pixel size can play a role in how well a sensor handles low-light photography. The 0.8-micron pixels in these new sensors are smaller than the pixels found in many best-in-class smartphone cameras like the Pixel 3’s 12.2MP main camera, which has 1.4-micron pixels.Samsung has done a good job with the 1.22-micron pixels in the Samsung Galaxy S10’s main camera, and it can likely pull off something even better with the Galaxy Note 10 without the need for the 64MP sensor. 
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The best cheap 4K TV deals in Australia for May 2019

The best cheap 4K TV deals in Australia for May 2019

With so many great 4K televisions to choose from, making a decision about which one to purchase for your family may very well come down to price. A good cheap 4K TV deal can be hard to refuse, and these days there are more great TVs at even better prices than ever before. If you need a new television and don’t want to pay any more than you have to, why not take a look at our curated list of the best cheap 4K TV deals in Australia for May 2019.We’ve been on the prowl for the best value 4K Ultra HD TVs currently on sale, focusing on sets with huge discounts off the RRP. With so much 4K content currently available to stream on Netflix, Amazon and Stan, now’s the perfect time to upgrade to an Ultra HD set. And at these prices, can you even afford not to?Below, you’ll find our selection of the best cheap 4K TV deals for the month of February. You better get a move on, though – some of these deals are time sensitive, and may disappear before the end of the month. Now, let’s kick off our list with our deal of the month.
TechRadar’s 4K TV Deal of the Month
Cheap 4K TV deals: 55-inch sets
Cheap 4K TV deals: 65-inch sets
Cheap 4K TV deals: over 65-inches
The best deals on our favourite 4K TVs
Perhaps you’re not after a cheap TV, but simply want a good deal on a top of the line telly. In that case, check out some great deals for our current favourite 4K televisions below. 
More 4K smart TV deals
The televisions listed above are but a small selection of the TV deals available online, with loads of sets in various sizes and brands reduced every day. If the TVs above don’t suit your needs or fit your price range, you can check out even more cheap 4K TV deals at Getprice.

OnePlus 7 leaks again with a waterdrop notch

OnePlus 7 leaks again with a waterdrop notch

While OnePlus 7 Pro has been on the receiving end of leaks and rumours from quite a while, the regular OnePlus 7 has made an appearance yet again. This time though, we have our first look at the marketing renders of the regular OnePlus 7, courtesy of Roland Quandt.Taking a look at the images, one can’t find a striking difference between the OnePlus 7 and last year’s OnePlus 6T, at least on the outside. It features a waterdrop notch design on the front with a widened speaker grill. The display is AMOLED and measures 6.41-inches with a Full HD+ (2340 x 1080 pixels) resolution. In addition, it seems the glass and aluminum chassis has received a chrome finish which definitely gives the phone a tinge of elegance. The distance between alert slider and the power button has also been reduced.On the back, there’s a dual-camera setup but the module design has been tweaked a bit to include the flash unit. The OnePlus logo can be seen below the camera module and unlike its past phones, the bottom text just reads “OnePlus” as opposed to “Designed by OnePlus”.
OnePlus 7 key specifications
OnePlus 7 has a primary 48MP camera with optical image stabilization which uses the same Sony IMX586 sensor as the Pro variant. The secondary camera is a 5MP depth sensor and is accompanied by a flash.The OnePlus 7 is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset, paired with 6GB or 8GB of RAM and 128GB or 256GB of storage. OnePlus 7 runs on a 3,700mAh battery with fast charge support, which is the same one like the on the OnePlus 6T.We’re just a week away from the official launch of the OnePlus 7 series and we should know more about the phones as we head closer to the launch day.
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Best power bank in India: Best batteries over 10,000mAh

Best power bank in India: Best batteries over 10,000mAh

Believe it or not, smartphone batteries have gotten better over the last few years, especially compared to when Android phones just arrived into the market. The powerful pocket computers demand power and OEMs do their best to offer the best solution for battery efficiency. Still, a reliable power bank is the best friend anyone with any portable device can have. Over 10,000mAh is definitely one of the major components of ‘reliable’, along with ‘not too bulky’, ‘QuickCharge support’, multiple ports… and ‘doesn’t break the bank’. We’ve created a list of a few such reliable battery banks. Have a browse and decide which one suits you. 
Don’t want to carry a brick with you? Check out the best phones with big batteries here.
The first power bank by Xiaomi that was manufactured in India, this one comes with a battery capacity of 20000mAh. It offers dual USB output and also supports Quick Charge 3.0 on a single port. Translation: you can charge two devices simultaneously, but if you want to charge one device quickly then you have to skip using the other port. The power bank is compatible with various devices and offers a conversion rate of 85%. It retails on Amazon India for Rs 1499.
Image credit: Xiaomi Xiaomi has a hand in some unexpected sectors of technology, including audio and portable chargers. But don’t sleep on either, as it’s onto something worth checking out. During our testing, its 10,000mAh Power Bank provided good results, both in terms of its portability and charging potential. While not the fastest charger out there, it was able to charge our Google Pixel 2 in a little over two hours. Thankfully, it’s discreet enough that you can bring it with you just about everywhere to plug in when necessary.It’s not rare for a power bank to come with a charging cable, but we appreciate that this one has been built with care to suit both micro USB and USB-C users with the same cable.

 The Syska Power Boost 100 comes with a 10000mAh cell to charge your mobile devices on the go. The power bank has a dual USB ports. So, if you want to charge two devices simultaneously, the job can be done with an ease. It retails from Rs 1130 on Amazon, and Rs 599 on Flipkart.

This power bank from Intex also comes with two USB ports, allowing users to charge two devices simultaneously. Its built-in LED indicators display the charging status and the battery life. You can also save battery life by switching to the power saving mode. 

You can charge a standard smartphone up to four times with this particular power bank. It’s compatible with a wide range of devices.One of the key highlights of this power bank is that it comes with three USB ports, allowing you to charge three devices simultaneously. Intex offers 1 year of warranty for the product.

Packing a sleek design and LED torch on board, this Ambrane power bank serves more than one purpose. It is currently available on Amazon, and the seller is offering the power bank in seven colors.

This portable charger provides sufficient power to juice up your smartphone several times a day. Due to its high conversion rate, it will charge your device quickly. The user will also get one year warranty at the time of its purchase.The only drawback of this power bank is that it is compatible only with smartphones, whereas other power banks can charge a variety of devices. 

As the name suggests, Flipkart Smartbuy is the exclusive product line owned by the e-commerce giant. Priced at Rs 1299, the portable charger comes with a battery capacity of 20,000mAh and offers dual USB output ports. It also supports smart charging and is compatible with multiple devices, and even has an LED torch.The power bank is available at one year warranty and 10 days replacement policy. 

Intex is one of the most popular manufacturers in the accessories segment today. Although the company is known for its smartphones, the manufacturer’s power banks have received some recognition in the market as well. This 20,000mAh power bank from the company can be bought for just Rs 1,399 online, making it one of the best entries on this list.

Last but not the least is the 20,800mAh power bank from Ambrane which comes with three ports, allowing users to charge three devices simultaneously. It is also equipped with a torch feature, so you’re never without a light source. Just like the Mi 2i power bank, this device is also manufactured in India and has a high conversion rate. Priced at Rs 1299 on Amazon India, the charger is compatible with multiple devices and is available in two colours, Black and White.
Don’t want to weigh your bag down with a power bank? Check out our list of the best phones with big batteries.

Canelo vs Jacobs live stream: how to watch tonight’s fight online from anywhere

Canelo vs Jacobs live stream: how to watch tonight’s fight online from anywhere

Ding ding! We’re ready to go for a MASSIVE middleweight matchup between Saul Alvarez and Daniel Jacobs to see who will be the unified middleweight champion of the world. It’s Canelo against the Golden Child and we’re here to tell you how to get a Canelo Alvarez vs Jacobs live stream, no matter where on Earth you are.
At the risk of making a massive understatement, this is a fight worth getting excited about. It sees 28-year-old Mexican Canelo Alvarez (51-1-2, 35 KOs) make a return to the middleweight division after heading up a class to defeat Rocky Fielding for his super middleweight WBA crown. Alvarez – clearly one of the world’s best pound-for-pound fighter – currently stands to lose his WBA and WBC middleweight titles.Daniel Jacobs, 32, (35-2, 29 KOs), of New York City, is putting his IBF title belt on the line. But despite being the American in the ring, he may still find that the Vegas crowd gets behind the awesome Canelo.Read on to find out how to live stream the Alvarez vs Jacobs fight from absolutely anywhere. 
Live stream the Alvarez vs Jacobs fight from outside your country 
In the US, UK or Canada tonight? Then scroll just a little further down this page and we’ll tell you who’s broadcasting the boxing from where you are.But if you’re abroad this weekend then you’ll need another way to watch and avoid possible geo-blocking. That’s where using a VPN comes in.

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After backlash, Sonic the Hedgehog director vows to alter character’s design

After backlash, Sonic the Hedgehog director vows to alter character’s design

The internet kicked up a huge stink over the last few days after seeing the first trailer for Paramount Pictures’ live-action Sonic the Hedgehog film, and with good reason – the beloved Sega mascot’s character design in the movie is a blue nightmare.
Ryan Reynolds is perfect as Detective Pikachu in new Pokémon trailerOriginal Sonic the Hedgehog available for Nintendo Switch in collectionThe Sega Genesis Mini gets a release date and a priceFrom his ghastly human teeth to his oddly buff legs and small feet, the film version of the speedy video game hedgehog barely resembles the character we all know and like (let’s be honest, ‘love’ is a bit strong for Sonic). Well, pat yourselves on the back, internet, because you’ve won – Paramount and the film’s director, Jeff Fowler, have heard your concerns and have vowed to alter the character’s design in time for the film’s release. Fowler took to Twitter to assure fans that he and the studio will do whatever it takes to make sure the movie version of Sonic does justice to the character.
While this is undeniably a win for fans and will surely result in a better film in the long run, we do feel sorry for the film’s animators, who’ll probably have to work their butts off in order to get Sonic the Hedgehog ready in time for its November 8 release. That said, at least Sonic won’t look like this anymore…

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The best TV shows on Foxtel Now: the top television series to stream right now

The best TV shows on Foxtel Now: the top television series to stream right now

Joining Netflix and Stan in the Australian streaming landscape, Foxtel Now gives Australians the easiest way to access Foxtel to date – especially if you own a Foxtel Box.Offering an unparalleled selection of TV shows in its library (so long as you’ve subscribed to the right packages), Foxtel Now is currently providing access to some of the biggest and best shows of any streaming service in Australia. In fact, if you have multiple packs in your subscription, you may find yourself with an overwhelming amount of content.
You can buy the Foxtel Now Box for $99 from Dick SmithWith that in mind, we’ve created this TechRadar guide to the best TV shows to stream on Foxtel Now at the moment (in no particular order). We’ll keep this best TV show list constantly updated with the latest series that you should be watching and also tell you why.
Perhaps the biggest show in the world at the moment (especially as its in its final season), Game of Thrones is required viewing for fans of fantasy and prestige television. Based on George RR Martin’s best selling series of fantasy novels, the show follows a number of powerful families as they wrestle for control over the fictional realm of Westeros. While they’re all doing this, the undead threaten to destroy the entire world. Will they come together to prevent this from happening? It doesn’t seem likely… If you haven’t gotten around to watching it yet, Foxtel Now has all eight seasons available to stream in an instant. If you hurry, you might be able to catch-up before its highly-anticipated ending is spoiled!Available in the Drama and Pop packs
One of the most relevant and gripping television shows of our time, Mr. Robot follows a group of hackers who attempt to take down the world’s biggest corporation. We follow Elliot (Rami Malek), hacker-extraordinaire and cybersecurity engineer, as he orchestrates the biggest hack in history, all while battling social anxiety disorder and clinical depression, among other problems. But is he really the one in charge, or other there darker, more sinister forces pulling the strings? A modern masterpiece of television. Available in the Drama pack
Set in the formerly gritty New York City of the 1970s, this new series from David Simon (The Wire, Generation Kill) follows a number of characters operating around Times Square during its sleazy heyday. This includes a pair of twin brothers (James Franco in both roles), a college dropout (Margarita Levieva), several hookers (including Maggie Gyllenhaal) and their pimps (including Gbenga Akinnagbe and Black Thought from The Roots) and a cop who’s tired of corruption in the force (Lawrence Gilliard Jr). An eye-opening look at the sexual revolution and the dawn of New York’s porn industry, The Deuce is similar in tone and style to Simon’s other HBO masterpiece, The Wire. Available in the Drama and Pop packs
This Australian drama has picked up a decent local following and has even aired in New Zealand and the UK. Inspired by the Australian 80s soap opera series Prisoner, Wentworth is set in a contemporary re-imagination of the same fictional women’s detention centre. Following a mother who has been separated from her daughter after being convicted of the attempted murder of her husband, the series tracks her introduction to life within the Australian correctional system.Available in the Drama and Pop packs
Supergirl is one of the best shows in the CW’s ‘Arrowverse’, and regularly features cameos from the likes of The Flash and Arrow. What makes the show great however, is its progressive storytelling, which puts issues like sexism
and racism in the spotlight and deals with them in a way that only Supergirl (perfectly played by Melissa Benoist) can. That it also occasionally brings spectacular heroes like Superman and Martian Manhunter into the mix is just the icing on the cake. Available in the Pop pack
A terrific NZ/Australian drama starring Elizabeth Moss (Mad Men, The Handmaid’s Tale), Top of the Lake: China Girl sees Robin Griffin (Moss) investigate the murder of a young girl found on Bondi Beach. Joining her in this season is Gwendoline Christie (Game of Thrones) as a Sydney detective who helps Griffin on the case. One of Foxtel’s best original shows. Available in the Drama pack
Based on Michael Crichton’s classic science fiction movie of the same name, the HBO version of Westworld expands the mythology of the universe, in which rich people visit a Wild West themed resort filled with incredibly lifelike robot NPCs. The show explores the inner workings of the park, as well as a robot revolution that is on the cusp of taking place. A fantastic series that rivals Game of Thrones in terms of budget and scope, Westworld is highly recommended. Available in the Drama and Pop packs
The Sopranos is a highly regarded American-Italian mob show based in New Jersey in the early 2000s. Tapping into the psychologically introspective culture of New York and the classic family/crime dynamic found in many mobster films, The Sopranos explores the difficulties of juggling both a functioning crime syndicate and a nurturing family environment, through the prism of a psychologist’s chair.Available in the Drama pack
Featuring the most jaw-dropping houses in the country, Grand Designs Australia follows host Peter Maddison as he showcases a number of people who attempt to construct their dream homes. The kind of show that makes you simultaneously entertained and envious, Grand Designs Australia is a terrific Foxtel Original. Available in the Lifestyle pack
Based on a comic book series of the same name, The Walking Dead is an American horror drama set in the aftermath of a zombie apocalypse. Former Sheriff’s Deputy Rick Grimes heads up the survival party attempting to find his wife, daughter and shelter from the impending danger of this new world. We hope you enjoy watching your favourite characters ruthlessly killed on a near-weekly basis, because The Walking Dead delights in shocking its fan-base. Available in the Pop pack
If uncomfortable comedy is your bag, you’re going to love Curb Your Enthusiasm, starring Seinfeld co-creator Larry David as himself. Imagine Seinfeld, only with a much more insufferable protagonist, sans laugh track and with a tonne of swearing and you get the idea of what this show’s about. After a hiatus of several years, the show is back with a brand new 9th season which Foxtel Now fast-tracks as new episodes arrive. If you ask us, that’s pretty, pretty, pretty good.Available now in the Pop pack
An action-packed series that dials its violence and sex up to ludicrous levels, Banshee sees an ex-con (Antony Starr) released from jail after 10 years only to immediately assume the identity of a dead sheriff in an Amish country town called Banshee. Before long, he’s up to his eyeballs in trouble involving a local gangster (Ulrich Thomsen), and an ex-lover (Ivana Miličević) who has put her criminal past behind her, all while trying to keep his real identity under wraps. Trashy and addictive, Banshee is almost too entertaining!Available in the Drama pack
From Mike Judge (Office Space, Idiocracy) comes Silicon Valley, a hilarious show about a young startup called Pied Piper and its various misadventures navigating the tech capital of the world. Whether it’s internal struggles or outside pressure from tech giant Hooli (a clear Google stand-in), the team must do everything it can to keep its company afloat in an incredibly competitive landscape. A must-watch for tech enthusiasts. Available in the Pop pack
Regarded by many (this writer included) to be the greatest television series of all time, The Wire paints a portrait of an American city (in this case, Baltimore) the way that no other show has done so before. Framed against the backdrop of America’s ‘War on Drugs’, The Wire shows both sides of the struggle, focusing on the environment that produces street dealers and turns innocent children into hardened killers, while also examining the issue from the police’s perspective, showing how bureaucracy prevents it from affecting any real change. Raw and uncompromising, The Wire is unlike any other crime series you’ve seen.Available now in the Drama pack
HBO’s western series Deadwood was devastatingly cancelled before its time, but thankfully we can relive the show’s harsh and brutal world on Foxtel Now in its entirety. Ex-lawman Seth Bullock (Timothy Olyphant, clearly loving his status as a cowboy hero) arrives in the lawless frontier town of Deadwood to start a hardware business and provide for his dead brother’s family. Before long, the crime and corruption of this town, headed by bar owner Al Swearengen (Ian McShane), forces Bullock back into the life he tried so desperately to leave behind. A truly magnificent show, Deadwood is binge-worthy bliss. Also, with news that a Deadwood follow-up movie could be in the works, now’s a great time to reacquaint yourself with this classic series. Available in the Drama pack

Spotify boasts twice as many paid subscribers as Apple Music

Spotify boasts twice as many paid subscribers as Apple Music

Less than a month ago, it was revealed that Apple Music had overtaken Spotify in terms of paid subscribers in the US – a milestone for the music streaming service – but Spotify’s latest earnings report shows that it’s still well and truly dominating the overall global market.“Premium Subscribers grew up to 100 million, up 32% year on year,” the report reads, a figure that’s double that of Apple Music’s last reported subscriber count, from January of this year.The report attributes the growth, at least in part, to the success of certain promotions such as Family Plan offers, bundles with the Google Home Mini in a variety of regions, and Hulu partnerships in the US.
Apple Music overtakes Spotify’s paid subscribers in the USIt’s worth considering that Spotify offers a free tier on its service, whereas Apple Music does not, and when factoring these figures in, Spotify’s total global listenership more than quadruples Apple’s, with 217 million monthly active users (a growth of 26% from last year).In Apple’s defense, the most recent figures that it has officially released date back to the end of 2018, so Spotify has a four-month advantage on these numbers in terms of paid subscribers, although this may change during Apple’s anticipated Q2 earnings report.It’s no secret that the two competing services are feuding, with Spotify officially complaining about Apple’s alleged anti-competitive practices, but with Amazon tipped to be launching a hi-res audio streaming service as well as a free ad-supported service, there’ll soon be a new kid on the block that’s likely a serious threat to both. 
Amazon reportedly releasing a Hi-Res Audio streaming service to rival TidalAmazon tipped to launch a free, ad-supported music service to take on SpotifySpotify trials subscription plan for two called Premium Duo

Apple defends its removal of habit-breaking apps from the App Store

Apple defends its removal of habit-breaking apps from the App Store

With the growing ubiquity of smartphones in everyday life, it’s unsurprising that users are forming bad habits and even addictions with their devices that ultimately affect their mental wellbeing. In response, there have been a number of developers making apps to limit an individual’s phone usage, even tech giants such as Google have introduced similar features for their own products, but a recent report from The New York Times suggests that Apple has been combating these services in its App Store.
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Apple is another tech giant to have its own usage tracking software, with the Screen Time function seeing its release in iOS 12, but the Times’ report suggests that the Cupertino firm has made it deliberately difficult to run a competing app for the iPhone.“Over the past year, Apple has removed or restricted at least 11 of the 17 most downloaded screen-time and parental-control apps”, the report reads. “Some app makers with thousands of paying customers have shut down. Most others say their futures are in jeopardy.”When speaking with the developers of the affected apps, the Times’ noted that the “executives at the app makers believe they are being targeted because their apps could hurt Apple’s business. Apple’s tools, they add, aren’t as aggressive about limiting screen time and don’t provide as many options.”
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Apple’s vice president of marketing, Phil Schiller has responded to a question from a MacRumors reader addressing the issue, claiming that the apps in question were using a format that was fundamentally unsecure for their users.The apps utilized MDM (Mobile Device Management) in order to track every user action on their iPhone, a technology that was intended to be used purely for companies wishing to install their own software on employee devices in order to monitor their usage.The system would allow the developers of such monitoring apps to “have unrestricted access to manage your child’s device, know their location, track their app use, control their mail accounts, web surfing, camera use, network access, and even remotely erase their devices”, according to Schiller’s response.Apple, upon learning of the misuse of MDM technology, since contacted the app developers who were employing it in order to ask them to stop, according to Schiller, although he doesn’t mention explicitly what actions were taken after that.While it is well-known that Apple prides itself on its users’ security, it’s understandable why developers are seeing the timing of the removal of their competing addiction-breaking apps as suspicious.
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2019 London Marathon live stream: how to watch coverage from anywhere in the world

2019 London Marathon live stream: how to watch coverage from anywhere in the world

Get stretching and prepare the shiny silver foil blanket – the 2019 London Marathon is here. 26.2 gruelling miles around the UK’s capital city, with elite athletes and fun runners all pushing themselves to the limits. And thankfully getting a 2019 London Marathon live stream is far, far easier than trying to compete in the thing.
And the 2019 edition is likely to be one of the most watched in recent years, thanks to the presence of one Sir Mo Farah. Yep, Mo’s back again.
But with the fastest marathon time of 2hrs 1mins 39secs set by Kenyan Eliud Kipchoge in Berlin last year, he’s the one to watch. Will it be misery or the Mobot? Either way, TechRadar will tell you how to live stream all the Marathon action.But the London Marathon isn’t just about the so-called elite runners. It’s the fun runners, wheelchair athletes and plethora of weird and wacky fancy-dress costumes that make the event so iconic. Around 40,000 people will be running today, the vast majority fulfilling long held dreams.And the great news is that getting a live stream of the 2019 London Marathon is really easy, as the BBC has the rights to show it in all its glory – just as it has since the inaugural year in 1981. And even if you live outside the UK keep reading as we’ll show you how to live stream the London Marathon 2019 from wherever you are in the world.
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Stream the London Marathon from outside your country
We’ve got your UK and US watching options covered in this article. But if you try to watch the 2019 London Marathon and you’re abroad, you’re going to be out of luck – coverage will be geo-blocked.Luckily, there’s an easy way around even this hurdle. Simply download and install a VPN to change your IP address to a server back in your country. That way, your laptop, mobile or streaming device will think it’s back at home and thus the geo-block will be avoided. Lovely!

How to watch a 2019 London Marathon live stream in the US
If you’re in the US and want to watch this year’s London Marathon, then you’re in luck as you have several ways to watch the event. NBC Sports will air all the action on the day with the Elite Men’s race starting from 5.10am ET, 2.10am PT.If you’d prefer to stream the London Marathon on your computer, streaming devices or on mobile, the NBC site and NBC Sports App will also be streaming the event. If you want more athletics for your buck and plan on tuning into the Diamond League as well as the rest of the IAAF Championships, NBC Sports Gold also offers a Track and Field Pass for $74.99 a year. The service lets you stream all of the top marathons and other athletic events without commercial interruptions and if you happen to miss an event, you can always watch it later on-demand.