Crawford vs Khan live stream: how to watch the fight online from anywhere

Crawford vs Khan live stream: how to watch the fight online from anywhere

Amir Khan is going over to US turf to take on the unbeaten American boxer Terence Crawford. The prize on offer is the US welterweight belt which is currently held by Crawford who has not been defeated in 34 fights. And you can get a full Crawford vs Khan live stream by reading this tailor-made guide.
Amir Khan (33-4, 20 KOs) was out of the ring for over a year before returning to win back-to-back fights against Phil Lo Greco and Samuel Vargas.. But Terence Crawford (34-0, 25 KOs) is a new level for Khan to take on as he’s not only a three-weight world champion but is highly regarded as one of the best pound-for-pound boxers out there right now.
While 32-year-old Khan may be seen as at the end of his career by some, the former unified junior welterweight champion still packs a punch and could give Crawford some real problems in the ring. Sounds like an intriguing contest, doesn’t it? Well the good news is that it’s being broadcast live around the world, and we’re here to help you discover the best places to watch a Crawford vs Khan live stream.

Live stream Crawford vs Khan from outside your country
If you’ve been looking forward to this fight and already know where to watch, your plans may be scuppered if you’re out of the country when it’s on. That’s because broadcasters geo-block their coverage if you try to watch from abroad.But there’s a clever workaround for this, which is perfectly legal (assuming the broadcaster’s Ts&Cs allow it) and it involves using a piece of software called a VPN – better that than trying to get some dodgy stream from Reddit.

Live stream Crawford vs Khan in the US

How watch the Khan vs Crawford fight in the UK

How to watch Khan vs Crawford in Pakistan
We’ve looked and we’ve looked (and we’ve looked) and we can’t find any news of a broadcaster in Pakistan showing Amir Khan in all his mean, lean glory this Saturday. Not great if you’re there and were hoping to see him fight on Sunday morning. If that changes, we’ll be sure to let you know.The only alternative is to use one of our best VPNs as described above, set your location to a country on this page that is broadcasting and go from there. But do bear in mind that most paid streaming services do require a credit card based in the country the service is from.

Leak claims Moto Z4 will pack a Snapdragon 675 and 6.4-inch screen

Leak claims Moto Z4 will pack a Snapdragon 675 and 6.4-inch screen

A new leak claims that the Moto Z4 will pack a midrange Snapdragon 675 chip, the same expected to come in the Moto Z4 Play, according to GSM Arena. That would rebut a rumor floating last November that alleged the Moto Z4 – or the ‘Motorola Odin,’ a codename that may or may not refer to the next flagship Moto device – would pack a Snapdragon 8150 (now known as the Snapdragon 855), the top-tier chip that debuted in the Samsung Galaxy S10.  Now, it’s possible that the leak is referring to the Moto Z4 Play, especially since an earlier GSM Arena report noted it would come with the lower-performance Snapdragon 675 – which fits the Play version’s typically lower-specced, lower-cost role. The only flaw in that theory? The new leak is about a phone with a 6.4-inch screen, and the Moto Z4 Play was previously reported to have a 6.22-inch screen. 
Tricky implications for 5G
This would be a bit odd for the main Moto Z line’s value. The preceding Moto Z3 might not have been a terribly impressive device, but its dated yet still powerful flagship Snapdragon 835 chip made the phone a bargain at a mid-range cost. If the Moto Z4 comes with a mid-range processor, it won’t have quite the value.More importantly: we don’t know if the Snapdragon 675 has the performance to handle 5G. The Moto Z3 has clung to relevance by sporting the Moto Mod 5G that lets it connect to Verizon’s (still very limited, we found) 5G network and it’s likely there’s extra processing power in the mod to get the combined phone package up to speed to harness the advanced network. The question is – can a Snapdragon 675 keep up as well as the Snapdragon 835 in the Moto Z3 in a network test? Even Qualcomm’s own numbers show the former’s LTE peak download speeds (600Mbps) lower than that of the latter (1Gbps).The leak also noted that both the Moto Z4 and the Moto Z4 Play will pack 48MP rear cameras, with the former coming with a 25MP selfie camera (no word on the Moto Z4 Play’s front-facing camera). That would be a big jump from the 12MP dual rear shooters on the Moto Z3. 
Here’s our list of all the 5G phones coming in 2019 – and beyond

Best unlocked phone in the US: 10 smartphones to give you carrier freedom

Best unlocked phone in the US: 10 smartphones to give you carrier freedom

The best unlocked phones in the US offer total no-contract freedom if you’re willing to accept a deceptively high full price. Because unlocked phones aren’t tied down to any specific carrier, you get to choose which mobile carrier you want to use and can freely switch between plans. As mobile carriers have moved further and further away from locked-down contracts, many more phones are available with no strings attached, including unlocked iPhones. This can make it trickier to decide which one you want. And, while many of the best unlocked phones will work on the networks of AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon and most MVNOs (minor carriers that operate on bigger carrier’s networks), some GSM-only phones have limited support for certain networks. This makes it even trickier to be sure you’re getting a phone that’ll work for you.We’re here to help, though. We’ve reviewed all of the best phones, and have the details you’ll need about which carriers you can use them on. We’ve taken all that information to rank the best unlocked phones for you, so you can get a phone that’ll work with the carriers you want and let you save money by only getting the data plan you need, not the one stipulated by an installment agreement.If you’re ready, here are the best unlocked phone options available to you.
Image Credit: TechRadarIf you to just get the best phone out there without worry about its hefty cost, then the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus is it. This powerful Android phones runs on the latest Snapdragon 855 chipset backed by 8GB to 12GB of RAM, so it can blast through productivity and gaming alike.The 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display is incredibly sharp and features a hole-punch design for the twin front-facing cameras, allowing the screen to stretch extra high up on the front of the phone. And, the three rear cameras on the back of the Galaxy S10 Plus are among the best we’ve ever seen.Will it work for me? Samsung’s phones support a wide range of carriers, including the big four here in the US. Expect full support at AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon. (Note: Make sure you’re buying the US-version with a Snapdragon chipset for full carrier support.)Read more: Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus review

Image Credit: TechRadarApple’s iPhone XS Max offers a heaping dose of performance and screen space. With its nearly bezel-less display measuring a full 6.5 inches, it’s stunning to look at. Surgical steel around the edge and a glass front and back make it the phone itself quite the looker as well. While the price is certainly high, there is no better Apple phone.Will it work for me? Apple says the unlocked iPhone XS Max can be activated with any carrier, which means you’ll have no issue with AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, or Verizon, and many smaller carriers will likely work as well. Unlike last year’s new iPhone, you won’t have to choose between Intel GSM-only and Qualcomm GSM+CDMA modems – Apple went with an Intel GSM+CDMA modem from the start. Read More: iPhone XS Max review

Image Credit: TechRadarGoogle’s Pixel 3 once again sets the bar for what a smartphone camera can do. The Pixel 3 has the updated specs you’d expect from an Android smartphone released in 2018, even if the design hasn’t quite followed the bezel-free design others are going for. Still, the screen is a usable 5.5-inch OLED with dual front-facing speakers that are nice to have. The battery is enough to get the job done each day, and Google’s ongoing software updates make this a phone that won’t become irrelevant too quickly.Will it work for me? Google advertises the Pixel 3 as working on all major carriers, so you’ll have no trouble activating on AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile or Verizon. Smaller carriers should usually work unless they have their own restrictions, and the Pixel 3 also offers access to Google’s Project Fi network.Read more: Google Pixel 3 review

Image Credit: TechRadarAs new flagship smartphone prices have started to creep up, Samsung did fans of the Galaxy family a favor by releasing the Galaxy S10e. This phone still has much of what makes its biggest siblings great, but it skips a few features, keeps down the size, and thereby keeps down the price. Thanks to its added affordability, the Galaxy S10e even outranks the Galaxy S10 in our opinion. It still has a stunning 5.8-inch screen that’s easy to wield in one hand, though the side-mounted fingerprint scanner may favor right-handed users.  The Snapdragon 855 chipset inside is wonderfully powerful, and the phone comes with either 6GB or 8GB of RAM to keep apps snappy when switching between them.Will it work for me? Samsung’s phones support a wide range of carriers, including the big four here in the US. Expect full support at AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon. (Note: Make sure you’re buying the US-version with a Snapdragon chipset for full carrier support.) Read More: Samsung Galaxy S10e review

Image Credit: TechRadarThe OnePlus 6T is one of the company’s most compelling mid-cycle updates yet. While this is the first OnePlus phone to dump the 3.5mm headphone jack, it’s also the most stunning design to date. OnePlus has stretched the screen real estate and shrunk down the notch to just a tiny nib. The internals are powerful, the battery sizable, the screen massive and beautiful even if it’s not as sharp as Samsung’s, and the cameras are even highly competitive. And, let’s not forget the new phone features a fingerprint scanner built underneath the display. All that, and the OnePlus 6T launched with a price well below all the other new flagship phones.Will it work for me? Unless you’re on Sprint or a Sprint-based MNVO like Boost Mobile, you should be able to use the OnePlus 6T just fine. It supports numerous bands on AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon. With a dual-SIM tray, you can even connect to multiple networks at the same time, making it extra handy for frequent international travelers.Read more: OnePlus 6T review

Image Credit: TechRadarThe US government might not like Huawei very much, but we sure like it’s new P30 Pro smartphone. This is one of the best Android phones out right now, just falling shy of the Galaxy S10 Plus, and it’s a fair bit cheaper. The P30 Pro offers a snappy experience with its Kirin 980 chipset and up to 8GB of RAM. It also comes with a base storage of 128GB but that can be affordably expanded via microSD card.The cameras are where the Huawei P30 Pro really shines. It has five of them. The front camera has a high 32MP resolution, and the rear system combines a 40MP, 20MP, 8MP, and time-of-flight sensor to some incredible results. A powerful Night Mode take seemingly impossible photos, and it features 5x optical zoom that boosts up to 50x with surprising, though not perfect, clarity. The big issue here is US availability and carrier support, which sees it drop down in the ranks a bit.Will it work for me? This will depend on the variant you buy, so make sure to compare the supported network bands with the carriers you want to use it with. The Latin American variant has some US compatibility, with full support for T-Mobile and 3G/4G LTE support for AT&T. Don’t expect support for Sprint, Verizon, or MVNOs running on their networks.Read more: Huawei P30 Pro review

Image Credit: TechRadarSamsung put together a truly dazzling phone with the Galaxy Note 9. It fits a huge, 6.4-inch display into a handset that manages to avoid being unwieldy. Smaller hands may struggle with it, but the upside is a great display for watching TV and movies on the go.With a 4,000mAh battery, you can use the Note 9 all day. And, the Snapdragon 845 paired with 6 or 8 GB of RAM (depending on the storage size you choose), will offer plenty of performance. Let’s not forget this phone has one of the best smartphone cameras on the market.Will it work for me? Samsung’s phones support a wide range of carriers, including the big four here in the US. Expect full support at AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon.Read more: Samsung Galaxy Note 9 review

Image Credit: TechRadarThe iPhone XR is Apple’s newest iPhone, coming out shortly after the iPhone XS and XS Max. Of the three new models, this is the budget one, even if it still has a high price. While it doesn’t have the dual-rear cameras, lacks an OLED screen, and falls just short of Full HD resolution on the display, it’s not a miss. The powerful internals match the other iPhones, the main camera is still a powerful shooter, and the whole package is made all the better thanks to the best battery performance we’ve seen in an iPhone.Will it work for me? Apple says the unlocked iPhone XR can be activated with any carrier, which means you’ll have no issue with AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, or Verizon, and many smaller carriers will likely work as well.Read more: iPhone XR review

Image Credit: TechRadarThe Galaxy S10 has an odd fit among its more capable sibling, the S10 Plus, and its more affordable sibling, the S10e. It has a big, 6.1-inch display with a single hole-punch camera, and a fingerprint scanner built beneath the display glass. It also has the ability to serve as a wireless charger for other phones and electronics.It also has a three camera system on the back that includes both ultra-wide and zoom lenses for some great versatility. It’s not quite as capable as the Galaxy S10 Plus, but it’s a bit cheaper. If the extra screen is something you want, and the high-tech fingerprint and wireless powershare interest you, it may be a worthwhile upgrade over the Galaxy S10e. It’s definitely an excellent phone, it’s just tricky to choose over one of the other two S10 models.Will it work for me? Samsung’s phones support a wide range of carriers, including the big four here in the US. Expect full support at AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon. (Note: Make sure you’re buying the US-version with a Snapdragon chipset for full carrier support.) Read more: Samsung Galaxy S10 review

Image Credit: TechRadarThe biggest isn’t always the best if you have small hands or small pockets. In the case of the latest iPhones, a tight wallet can also make the iPhone XS a better pick than its bigger sibling. It offers the same performance, has the same cameras and software, but it comes in at a more compact size, with a smaller battery and display.Will it work for me? Apple says the unlocked iPhone XS can be activated with any carrier, which means you’ll have no issue with AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, or Verizon, and many smaller carriers will likely work as well.Read more: iPhone XS review

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Samsung says it’s investigating those Galaxy Fold screen problems

Samsung says it’s investigating those Galaxy Fold screen problems

Following reports from reviewers earlier today that the Samsung Galaxy Fold seemingly has a durability problem, the South Korean electronics giant has offered an official statement on the matter, promising to “thoroughly inspect” the offending review units in question.
Samsung patent shows off yet another foldable phone designFoldable phones: all the rumored and confirmed handsets”A limited number of early Galaxy Fold samples were provided to media for review. We have received a few reports regarding the main display on the samples provided. We will thoroughly inspect these units in person to determine the cause of the matter,” reads Samsung’s statement.While one report has noted a review unit with a faulty hinge pressing against the screen from the inside, it appears the most common cause of damage may have been due to the removal of a protective layer of plastic on top of the device’s display, which some reviewers have mistakenly identified as a regular (and removable) screen protector.Samsung’s statement continued, “Separately, a few reviewers reported having removed the top layer of the display causing damage to the screen. The main display on the Galaxy Fold features a top protective layer, which is part of the display structure designed to protect the screen from unintended scratches. Removing the protective layer or adding adhesives to the main display may cause damage. We will ensure this information is clearly delivered to our customers.”The company has reportedly replaced most of the broken review units, so it will be interesting to see whether the problem disappears now that reviewers know not to strip-off that protective layer from the screen.
Not sold on foldable phones? Read our Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus review

The best cheap fitness trackers in India: Top affordable sports bands

The best cheap fitness trackers in India: Top affordable sports bands

The wearables space which started out as in form of pedometers for step counting has evolved into activity trackers which are powerful when it comes to keeping track of your activities and fitness.Right now, there’s a huge development happening in the activity tracker space with more and more advancements like sleep analysis, heart rate monitoring and even blood pressure monitoring. These latest generation activity trackers can help one track steps, calories, distance travelled and monitor heart rate and sleep. However, what they all have in common is they can help anyone go from unhealthy to fit. Plus, now, they have an affordable price tag too. We filtered out the fitness bands that can get the job done, without hurting your pocket. 
Not worried about the price? Check out our best fitness trackers list
The Moov Now wearable is one of the best movement trackers out there thanks to its 9-axis accelerometer – the same one used in missile navigation systems. As a result it can not only track your daily steps, calories and the like, but also other movements. That means guided, personalised training feedback.The Moov Now can measure running impact, gym repetitions and swimming strokes, so you can work out with a virtual personal trainer that knows exactly how well you’re doing and can tell you how to improve. It’s also waterproof and lasts a good six months before the watch battery needs swapping out.Read the Moov Now review

The Huawei Band 2 Pro is our second favorite cheap fitness tracker in the world as it offers a lot of decent features for relatively little money.Fitness band features include your standard step and sleep tracking but it also comes with a heart rate monitor, VO2 Max sensor, GPS for when you’re out running and it offers some good battery life too.There’s a very slim screen on the Band 2 Pro unlike the Moov Now above, but interacting with it is a little difficult and while it does show some notifications it’s not always easy to read them. As an affordable fitness tracker though, there’s a lot to love about the Band 2 Pro.Read the Huawei Band 2 Pro review

The key addition over the entry-level Vivofit 3 is the always-on, color display that’s visible in sunlight. This is remarkably achieved without sacrificing the year-long battery life of the stellar third edition. Basic stats like steps, distance, calories and sleep are covered off, while there’s also automatic activity detection thanks to the Move IQ system. Thanks to the Garmin Connect app you can also customize the display, while setting timers and alarms directly from the wrist. Best of all the Vivofit 4 it also 20 per cent cheaper than the Vivofit 3’s 2015 launch price. Of course you’ll miss out on premium features like heart rate tracking and GPS, but that’s to be expected at this price.Read the Garmin Vivofit 4 review

Want the cheapest fitness tracker on this list? It’s here and it’s called the Mi Band 3, and it’s not a completely useless device. In fact, the Mi Band 3 can do a lot considering how much it costs.It comes with a battery life that should last around a whole month depending on how much you’ll be using it, and there is tons of fitness tech built-in. There’s no GPS, but it comes with a heart rate monitor and tracking tech for your daily step and workouts too.It’s not the most attractive fitness tracker you can buy, but it has a slimline design and it’s light so you won’t really notice you’ve got this on your wrist. The screen can show you stats for your workouts, and it’s much bigger than the one on the Mi Band 2.If budget is your main concern in your search for a fitness tracker, it’s hard to go wrong with the Mi Band 3 from Xiaomi.Read the Xiaomi Mi Band 3 review

The Jawbone UP3 looks good, like really good. And there are plenty of colors and styles to pick from for your ideal model. Each features motion-sensing smarts to track steps, calories burned and various exercises automatically. But it’s the sleep tracking that Jawbone excels at.The UP3 will track light, deep and REM sleep variations after automatically kicking into sleep mode as you nod off. It also tracks resting heart rate, which can help to give a more accurate picture of health as it changes.What’s really useful is actual feedback in the app, with links to relevant scientific articles that could help offer ways to improve your sleep. Since it lasts for seven days on a charge and you rarely need to take it off.Read the Jawbone UP3 review

The Lenovo HX03F Spectra is very affordable for the build quality and features it offers. The 0.96-inch display is bright, and can be easily viewed under direct sunlight. Also, the touch response is quite fast. It has all the necessary sensors, including an optical heart rate sensor, which is rare at this price range. On top it offers features like Multi-Master Interface switching, anti-sleep mode and some innovative reminder types. It supports both iOS and Android, where it takes minimal time and effort to pair and sync. 

There’s a reason Fitbit was one of the first breakthrough activity tracker makers and is still going strong today – it works. And in the case of the Fitbit Flex 2 it works well, has a lot of features for a low price.The Flex 2 will do all the usual step, distance and calorie burn tracking using its motion sensor smarts, but it goes further. You can also track sleep and even do exercises that the band will automatically detect and track. Everything syncs wirelessly to the smartphone app and offers clear feedback to help you make health progress.The Flex 2 is also swim-proof, comes in different styles and uses LED lights and vibrations to notify you about calls and texts from a connected smartphone. All that and it should last five days before needing a charge.Read the Fitbit Flex 2 review

Perhaps one of the more innovative devices on this list, the TomTom Touch is a fitness tracker with a built-in body fat scanner that should be able to give you a clearer picture of your fitness than most other trackers.Press the button on the top and it will do a scan of your body fat to work out the ratio of flabby bits compared to what you should have.It also comes with all the other tracking tech you’d expect, including a heart rate monitor and step counter to make sure you’re doing your best to keep fit and healthy.Read the full TomTom Touch review

The Misfit Ray is an affordable yet very attractive activity tracker that should appeal to anyone wanting to make sure their wearable enhances their look.There are plenty of muted color options to pick from and each features the same anodised aluminum central device with LED lights. There’s also a smart button that can be set to control aspects of your smart home, for example.The swim-proof wearable uses replaceable batteries for a charge-free six months of constant use. That includes step and sleep tracking plus vibration alerts for calls, messages, reminders and alarms.Read the Misfit Ray review

If price is your main focus, you may want to opt for the Misfit Flash. You can get this tracker for so little money now we were surprised while writing this guide.We originally gave the Misfit Flash a three star review, which isn’t very good, but since the price has dropped we think this tracker is a lot better value now and worth picking up if you’re looking for something very simple to track your steps.It won’t be able to do a lot of what the other trackers on this list can do though, so if you want much more than a glorified pedometer you should look elsewhere.Read our Misfit Flash review
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Free-to-play racer Forza Street out now on Windows 10, also coming to mobile

Free-to-play racer Forza Street out now on Windows 10, also coming to mobile

Microsoft’s exclusive Forza racing series has alternated between its track-based Motorsport and open-world Horizon entries each year with great success, but now the publisher is ready to take the brand into the free-to-play arena with Forza Street, available from today (April 16) on Windows 10. It will make its way to iOS and Android devices later in the year. 
Forza Horizon 4 review: rolling hills and changing seasonsForza Motorsport 7 review: fifth gear style, first gear substanceMicrosoft’s Project xCloud will let you play proper Forza on your phoneAlthough Forza Street was announced by Turn 10 Studios today, the game is actually a rebranding of the existing title Miami Street, which was released by Microsoft almost a year ago and has now been significantly updated to include a refreshed narrative, upgraded car parts, faster boot-ups, new animations, languages and an audio polishing.Unlike previous Forza titles, Forza Street does not require you to steer your car to victory. Instead, gameplay is timing-based and involves clicking the left mouse button or pressing the space bar to accelerate, and letting go to slow down around corners. Boosts can be earned depending on how well you time your gas-pressing, and winning races earns you a constant stream or credits and car unlocks. Of course, being a F2P title there are also microtransactions if you just can’t wait to unlock your dream car. While the game’s mechanics are incredibly simple, it must be said that Forza Street’s bite-sized gameplay is quite addictive, making it ideal for mobile play. You can grab Forza Street now from the Microsoft Store.
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Internet Explorer hack could steal users’ data – even if you use Chrome or Firefox

Internet Explorer hack could steal users’ data – even if you use Chrome or Firefox

Microsoft’s much-maligned Internet Explorer web browser has been discovered to be the cause of a new Windows exploit, which could let hackers access and obtain operating system user data.Security researcher John Page discovered the security flaw, finding that any user with Internet Explorer installed on their system is vulnerable to the exploit, whether or not they’re currently using the browser or have even opened it before.Page reportedly reached out to Microsoft last month, warning them of the exploit and requesting an urgent security fix, but according to ZDnet, the tech giant responded by saying that “a fix for this issue will be considered in a future version of this product or service”.In response, Page made his findings public, including a YouTube video demonstrating the exploit. (Note: mute the video unless you want to hear some low bit-rate thrash metal).

How to fix Google ChromeMozilla Firefox reviewThe hack relies on Internet Explorer’s ability to save its web pages in the .MHT file format, something modern browsers don’t allow, thus making IE the default application to open such files.Bad actors can use this shortcoming to send users a malicious .MHT file via email or other such communication services and, if opened, an .MHT file containing an exploit could allow hackers to obtain access to the local files and program information of these users.According to Page, The hack has been successfully tested in Internet Explorer 11 (the latest version) on Windows 7, Windows 10, and Windows Server 2012 R2 operating systems.Sounds like it’s a great time to take Microsoft’s own advice on avoiding Internet Explorer – and perhaps even go a step further, and delete the browser from your system altogether.
Microsoft begs users to stop using Internet Explorer[via ZDnet]

UFC 236 live stream: how to watch Holloway vs Poirier and the rest from anywhere

UFC 236 live stream: how to watch Holloway vs Poirier and the rest from anywhere

Fight night is here! Max “Blessed” Holloway first went up against Dustin “The Diamond” Poirier back in 2012, at just 20 years old, in his UFC debut. In their last fight, Poirier won via first-round submission but a lot has changed since then. And you can see how a Holloway vs Poirier match-up looks in 2019 with a UFC 236 live stream.
Holloway is now the current reigning featherweight champion and he even moved up a weight class for this match, but will he be able to settle the score with Poirier to become the new interim lightweight champion?
But it’s not all about Holloway vs Poirier tonight. In the second interim title bout at UFC 236, Israel Adesanya will take on Kevin Gastelum for the interim middleweight title. Israel is currently undefeated and back in February, at the main event in UFC 234, he earned a milestone victory over Anderson Silva. The current champion Robert Whittaker is taking some time off to recover from a recent injury but whoever wins Saturday’s fight will likely have to face him upon his return.Whether you’re a fan of Holloway, Poirier, Adesanya, Gastelum or just love the sport of UFC, we’ll show you how to live stream UFC 236’s Main Card from anywhere in the world. It’s notable for being ESPN+’s first ever UFC PPV.
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Live stream UFC from outside your country
Worry not if you’re a huge UFC fan but aren’t in the US to watch that ESPN+ coverage this weekend. If you find the coverage is geo-blocked, you can try using a VPN to change your IP address to a US server and watch this week’s Main Card just as if you were back at home.

How to watch UFC online in the US exclusively on ESPN
Gone are the days of watching UFC on cable television as ESPN+ has now secured the rights to show UFC Atlanta as well as all upcoming UFC Fight Nights. One year and one day since it was launched, ESPN+ has already made a name for itself by hosting big-ticket tennis, soccer and boxing events.And this is ESPN+’s very first PPV event. If you don’t already have a subscription, then the way to go seems to be a UFC Bundle, costing you $79.99. That won’t just buy you the UFC 236 PPV, but you’ll get a year-long subscription to ESPN+ (that would normally cost $60 alone).For those that already have an ESPN+ subscription, you can still buy access to UFC 236 for $59.99. Got your subscription or bundle sorted but find yourself outside the US this weekend? Scroll up the page and take a look at our advice for using a VPN to watch the UFC 236 live stream from outside your country.

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Sharp is working on a new Dynabook AIO with an 8K, 120Hz display

Sharp is working on a new Dynabook AIO with an 8K, 120Hz display

Sharp is starting to make more moves with Toshiba’s computer business, which Sharp acquired for $36 million last year. A new all-in-one (AIO) computer with a serious display, something Sharp is known for, was shown off with the Dynabook branding, as spotted by PC Watch.The new computer wasn’t spotted with any specific name, but it got the Dynabook branding that Toshiba recently shifted towards.The new Dynabook is an AIO with a 31.5-inch display using an 8K IGZO panel capable of hitting 800 nits worth of brightness. That luminance could could help it meet the VESA DisplayHDR 600 specifications. The display also has a refresh rate of 120Hz, making it a truly high-performance screen.
Image Credit: PC WatchBeyond these specs, though, there’s little clear about the new Dynabook PC. While the HDMI 2.1 specification and DisplayPort 1.4 specification offer the bandwidth to support 8K video or 4K at the 120Hz refresh rate of the display, supporting and powering the display at 8K/120Hz is another matter. Even if the AIO were packing four Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti graphics cards, they wouldn’t be enough to push many new games in 8K at 120Hz.
What it’s for
That said, the new Dynabook is most likely targeted for workplace productivity. In the past, Toshiba has turned efforts away from consumer products with its laptops, and a computer like this seems more likely positioned for video and graphics work, though details on color accuracy haven’t been revealed. It could come loaded with one of Nvidia’s extra powerful Quadro graphics processors.An interesting difference between this new Dynabook and the likes of an iMac Pro is that this model is said to allow the video card and memory to be upgraded. That’s something that tends to be difficult on AIO computers.Since we haven’t seen what the part of the Dynabook housing the actual hardware looks like, it’s hard to say just what Sharp has in store. Housing upgradable memory in a compact form factor is one thing, but swap-able desktop graphics cards is another entirely.
These are the best PCs we’ve tested to dateVia HotHardware

Best laptop sales in Australia: Cheap laptops to buy in April 2019

Best laptop sales in Australia: Cheap laptops to buy in April 2019

If you’re looking for a cheap laptop or a mammoth saving on a premium portable computer, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve scoured the web for savings – from the usual suspects to the niche deal sites – and rounded up all the genuine and worthwhile specials in one neat place. We’ve covered everything from budget browsing machines to high-performance powerhouses, so you’ll no doubt find something to match your needs.
Best laptops of 2018: our pick of the 15 best notebooks this yearUp the top, we’ve highlighted a selection of the latest deals that we’ve sniffed out, so you can reap the rewards of having your finger on the pulse. Below that we’ve covered some of the more popular laptops that often come up on special, and then included a quick list of the best prices on TechRadar’s pick of the latest best laptops.If you’re from the US or the UK, check out our selections of the top laptop deals in the US or in the UK.
Best laptop deals this week

We’ll keep on updating the list of deals as and when we find them. Below, you’ll find up to date prices on TechRadar’s favourite laptop, so keep an eye out for those savings.
The best deals on our favourite laptops
Over the years we’ve reviewed plenty of laptops and, as a result, we’ve seen what to avoid and what to jump on when there’s savings to be had. We’ll keep track of the prices of some of the best we’ve seen so that you can snatch up a bargain when they do show up. Check out the prices below and see if anything has dropped enough to tickle your fancy.

Saying that we’re very happy with Dell’s XPS 13 is a huge understatement. The slim profile, revolutionary design and small frame bely its powerful performance and gorgeous 13-inch screen. Typically you’d have to weigh up portability and performance, but the XPS 13 has managed to strike a fine balance between the two. With Intel’s latest Kaby Lake processors plus lighting, quick storage and memory, the XPS 13’s starting price is certainly an impressive one. We’re so chuffed with it that it’s still one of our favourite Ultrabook, and has taken the top spot as the best Windows laptop and the best overall laptop.Read the full review: Dell XPS 13

Asus has nailed it with the overhauled ZenBook Flip S 2-in-1. Adding top of the line processing power, plenty of memory and a speedy PCle solid state drive available in some of the models, this laptop shows off a beautiful new design to perfection, giving you the ability to use it as a laptop or a tablet. While it costs a pretty penny as compared to some of the competition out there, it would be our top recommendation if money isn’t a factor.Read the full review: Asus ZenBook Flip S UX370

While this may not be a great leap from the previous generation of MacBook Pros with Touch Bar, the 2018 model is definitely the best Apple has produced to date. The Cupertino firm has ramped up performance for the 13-inch MacBook Pro 2018, more so than the bigger 15-inch model as well. A thin OLED display at the top end of the keyboard can be customised to for various functions, and also offer Touch ID for secure logins. And although it retains Apple’s signature design, it doesn’t come cheap, but you can argue with the choice if you’re a diehard Apple fan.Read the full review: Apple MacBook Pro with Touch Bar 13-inch (2018)

Our earlier choice of gaming laptop, the Asus ROG Zephyrus GX501 has been knocked off its perch by MSI’s GS65 Stealth. With cutting edge components, including an 8th-gen Intel Core i7-8750H processor and an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 GPU, it makes the top spot in gaming laptops. It’s also cheaper than the ROG Zephyrus GX501. And it doesn’t look like a hunky gaming laptop either; with subtle design tweaks, the GS65 Stealth can pass off as a work or study laptop without anyone being none the wiser.Read the full review: MSI GS65 Stealth

Dell’s XPS 15 laptops were already some of the best you could buy, but this beautifully redesigned 15-inch 2-in-1 competes with the Dell XPS 13 in every respect, with the convenience of becoming a tablet when needed. It’s one of the most aesthetically pleasing devices in its category and also boast plenty of power. Under the hood is a new Intel Kaby Lake G-series processor featuring ‘discreet-class’ Radeon graphics – meaning with the power comes a bit more noise.Read the full review: Dell XPS 15 2-in-1 
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