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Orange Shop Contact Number 0844 545 9996

The Orange Shop customer service telephone number isn’t always easy to find – so if you’re struggling to get through to the customer care team, be sure to call our Orange Shop contact number on: 0844 545 9996 now!

You’ll get through to a general menu from where you can navigate to different departments. Whether you’re looking to buy a new phone, take out a pay as you go SIM card, or report a fault with an existing contract, this is the number that you should call!

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The Orange Shop is a great place to purchase a new mobile telephone or internet dongle from. The Orange network is extremely popular – having recently been rebranded as EE – which stands for “everything everywhere”. EE is famous because it was the first mobile phone network in the UK to offer its customers 4G mobile internet. A blisteringly fast service that allows users to watch movies, download music and execute other bandwidth-intensive activities on-the-go.

It seems like there’s always a new mobile phone coming out – whether it’s a new iPhone or the latest offering from Samsung. The good news is that the Orange Shop usually stocks all of the latest models from all of the major brands and manufacturers. You’ll even find iPads in the Orange Shop – complete with mobile data plans so you can surf the web whilst on the move.

Telephone Customer Service offer this number as a signposting service only. We are not affiliated with orange.co.uk  and an alternative number can be found at said website.

The Orange Shop customer service team is as good as it gets – they’ll address your requirements and concerns when you have any problems with your Orange mobile phone or service. Don’t delay your call to the people that can help you any longer – pick up the phone and dial our Orange Shop contact number on 0844 545 9996 now.

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Thu, Jan 17, 2019
Intel X-Series CPU

Intel is reportedly releasing a new 9th Generation Intel Core desktop processor named the Core i9-9990XE. But while this new CPU will offer the fastest frequencies of the 9th Gen range yet, the chip won't be sold at retail. In fact, it will only be available via a closed online auction.

Anantech reports it has seen multiple documents appearing to confirm both the existence of the chip and that it will be flogged exclusively to system integrators in multiple auctions.

Anantech also claims that despite offering a base frequency of 4.0 GHz and boosted speeds up to 5.0 GHz, the Core i9-9990XE will only have 14 cores and 28 threads. That's less than the 18 cores and 36 threads the current range-topping i9-9980XE offers.

This means the Core i9-9990XE is unlikely to offer a fantastic performance for heavy multi-threaded workloads due to its relatively low thread count. Only those who need a CPU for low-threaded tasks will get their money's worth here, especially considering the inevitable spiralling price the processor will draw in auction.

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Judging from its spec sheet, the Core i9-9990XE isn't actually an entirely new chip, but essentially just handpicked, high-performing (aka super-binned) i9-9940X processors capable of hitting frequencies up to 5.0 GHz.

This would explain why the new processor is in limited supply, with Intel looking to maximise revenue by auctioning off the super-binned CPUs instead of selling them at a fixed fee. The first of these auctions will kick things off in January, with more to follow in batches every quarter.

Further details were provided by Anantech regarding the Core i9-9990XE, including that it will have thermal design power (TDP) of 255W and offer compatibility for the socket 2066 X299 motherboards. There will also be no warranty from Intel, making the investment in the processor [...]

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Thu, Jan 17, 2019

A knock off copy of the BBC homepage is being used as part of a scam to try and convince people to hand over their cash.

The page is a decent facsimile of the Beeb's homepage, and integrates elements of a Bitcoin-themed documentary that aired on Panorama back in 2018 as part of the elaborate deception.

The BBC is currently looking about the best way to respond, but currently links to the dodgy site are mostly propagating through hacked email accounts, promoting this Bitcoin Trader branding.

The fake BBC page has an article on it that describes an “underground banking system” that promises to make people rich, showing the case study of one person who invested a small three figure sum and turned it into almost £900.000.

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This isn't the first time that a Bitcoin scam has been linked to the BBC, and adverts last year emerged on social media claiming that investors from Dragons Den had backed a new bitcoin trading platform, while another claimed that Sir Alan Sugar had quit his role on The Apprentice to help grow the platform. Many people involved denied this, but regardless this scam could easily catch people out. These scams also rocked the Bitcoin Trader branding.

If you're worried, take a look at the address. This address doesn't use an official BBC address (BBC.co.uk or BBC.com) and if you don't recognise the domain, it's probably wise to steer clear. Similarly, if anything online seems too good to be true, it probably is.

The best defence against online scams is vigilance and common sense. Ensure that you're confident about anywhere that wants you to spend money and that's especially true for anywhere that's trying to get you to chuck money into something quickly.

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Thu, Jan 17, 2019
Mortal Kombat 11

Later tonight we will finally see the full reveal of Mortal Kombat 11, the latest title from NetherRealm Studios.

The event will be held simultaneously across London and Los Angeles and will see a variety of announcements made for the upcoming fighter.

First revealed at The Game Awards 2018, beyond the reveal trailer we've only seen a handful of details regarding Mortal Kombat 11. This all changes tonight.

The reveal event kicks off at 6:30pm BST/1:30pm ET with developer and celebrity interviews before a Keynote Presentation begins an hour later.

Fans, celebrities and the development team will be in attendance to provide further insight into the game's many announcements, and we're expecting gameplay, characters and more to be shown off.

You can watch everything as it unfolds later tonight below:

Set to release for PS4, Xbox One, PC and Nintendo Switch on April 23, 2019, a few details regarding Mortal Kombat 11 have already emerged thanks to the Steam page.

Some features include character customisation similar to Injustice 2, which allows you to unlock individual costumes and skins for each character through a lootbox-esque system.

The return of ‘Klassic Fighters' has also been teased, which means we could be returning to the series' root in terms of playable characters and narrative.

What are you hoping to see from the Mortal Kombat 11 reveal? Let us know on Facebook and Twitter @trustedreviews.

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Thu, Jan 17, 2019
Daily Deals

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Echo Dot – Only £29

Never keen to be shown up by anyone, Amazon has matched the current Google Home Mini deal by offering its own Echo Dot smart speaker for the same low price of just £29. For perspective, this saves you £20 on one of the best Echo devices to date, combining style and form factor into a pint-sized packaged.

Buy now: Echo Dot for just £29.99 (Save £20) at Amazon

iPhone X Refurbished – Save £100

Any savings to be had on Apple's expensive iPhone X range are always welcome, which is why you might like to know that Mobiles.co.uk has started offering cheaper rates on refurbished devices. The website is currently selling the iPhone X for just £699 SIM-free, which saves you a swift £100 upfront. Going for the best doesn't have to break the bank with this cracking offer.

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Tekken 7, Mafia 3, Project Cars 2, Overwatch Bundle – Only £39.99

Stuck for something to do this weekend? Why not give yourself some options with this insane gaming bundle from Currys PC World. Bagging you four fantastic games, including the brilliantly fast paced Overwatch, you'll end up saving a total of £51.97. Can you ask for a better deal than that?

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Now TV Smart Box & Voice Remote with 4 Now TV Passes – Only £29.99

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Thu, Jan 17, 2019

With trade show Mobile World Congress set to take place in Barcelona next month, rumours and leaks have already started flowing. The latest: LG is supposedly going to debut an intriguing new dual-screen smartphone.

A source familiar with the company's product development told Cnet that LG is bringing a phone with a detachable secondary screen to the MWC show floor. It's unclear how exactly the implementation of this second display will take shape but there are two distinct directions the South Korean tech giant is likely to take.

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In the same style as the recently-launched Vivo Nex Dual Display (see video below), LG might add a secondary screen that attaches to the back of the smartphone's body. In the case of the Nex, that second panel is meant to accommodate selfies and video calls using the phone's primary rear camera. And as it's a touchscreen, it's been seen as a means to augment mobile games – PS Vita style.

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Alternatively, LG might try to cash in on the hype surrounding foldable smartphones, such as the upcoming Samsung Galaxy X and the recently released (but hilariously flawed) Royole FlexPai.

If this is the case, that secondary screen may perhaps attach to the phone's primary display, effectively doubling the screen's real estate. By extension, it could also feature some form of hinge mechanism to fold out of the way when not in use.

As detailed by Korean site Naver.com, this folding LG phone is expected to stand separately from the company's next flagship, which will follow on from the capable LG G7 ThinQ and LG V40 ThinQ that launched last year.

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Many expect the next [...]

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