Three games in this season’s Premier League to go and Liverpool are so close to the title they can almost feel it. But they still have Manchester City in the way and, more immediately, Huddersfield Town. You’re in the right place to get a Liverpool vs Huddersfield live stream in the Premier League – regardless of where on Earth you are.
Liverpool vs Huddersfield Town – where and when
Liverpool vs Huddersfield is taking place at the famous old Anfield stadium. It’s happening today – Friday, April 26.
Kick off is at 8pm BST, which is 3pm ET, midday PT and 5am AET.
What a season it’s been for Jurgen Klopp’s Red army. One league defeat, a Champions League semi-final, some of the best football being played in the world and yet still they may end the campaign with nothing to show for it. They still need City to trip up in their last two games to get a sniff of the Premier League and the spectre of that game five years ago at Crystal Palace hangs over them. Surely they can’t slip up against Huddersfield at Anfield…
It’s no exaggeration to say that it’s been a nightmare of a season for the Terriers. Confirmed relegated in March, a mere 14 points, 20 goals and 3 wins to their name. If last season felt like the impossible dream coming true, this one has been a harsh reality check. But imagine what a win at Anfield could do for Jan Siewert’s players going into next season. A remarkable ray of light in a horribly dark season.
Keep reading to discover all the details you need in order to live stream Liverpool vs Huddersfield, regardless of where in the world you are. And to find out how to watch every single league game this season, you should also take a look at our guide on how to live stream Premier League football.
If you’re abroad today but still want to watch your home coverage, you’ll need a VPN to do so. That’s because your normal coverage will be geo-blocked. It’s really easy to do and stops you having to tune in to some dodgy stream you’ve heard about on Reddit.
A VPN is perfect for this as it allows you to change your IP address so you appear to be in a completely different location. We’ve tested hundreds of VPNs and can recommend these as the best VPN services currently available:
2. NordVPN: SmartPlay tech makes NordVPN a great, affordable choice for streaming
3. IPVanish supports up to 10 devices, so great on the go
And don’t forget that a VPN isn’t just for football…there’s loads you can do with them. From unblocking restricted sites and watching Netflix in other countries to adding an extra layer of security for online shopping and banking.
How to stream Liverpool vs Huddersfield live in the UK
Liverpool vs Huddersfield (kick-off 8pm BST) is being broadcast on Sky Sports Main Event. Subscribers who may be out and about during the match can tune in via their mobile device using Sky Go.
If you’re not a Sky customer, you still have the option of a Now TV day pass for £8.99 which will enable you to catch the game live without the hassle and cost of a full on Sky Sports subscription.
Out the country but keen to catch the UK coverage? Use a VPN and head to either your Sky Go or NOW TV account.
How to watch Liverpool vs Huddersfield: US live stream
NBC is the official US broadcaster for the 2018/19 season and kick-off for this game is at 3pm ET or 12pm midday PT. If you don’t have cable then you can tune in on streaming services such as Sling, PlayStation Vue and Fubo (all of which have a free trial).
How to watch a Premier League live stream in Canada
Sportsnet is the channel showing the Liverpool vs Huddersfield clash in Canada, so ideal if you’re a cable customer. Kick-off is at 3pm Toronto time.
You may want to consider the options similar to those south of the border if you’re a cable cutter.
How to get a Liverpool vs Huddersfield live stream in Australia
As with every Premier League game this season, Optus Sport will have live coverage of this game. If you’re not in Oz, using a VPN will allow you to watch the coverage on your Optus account.
The action will get underway in the early hours at 5am AET on Saturday morning.
How to watch Liverpool vs Huddersfield: New Zealand live stream
BeIN Sport has won the rights to show the EPL in NZ, and you can watch the Premier League football live early Saturday morning.
BeIN is available as an upgrade from your Sky account, or on its own via a BeIN Connect subscription for NZ$19.78 – after a two-week trial if you’ve not used it before.
Star Sports is the place to tune in for Premier League games in India and Liverpool vs Huddersfield kicks off at 1.30am New Delhi time.
You’ve probably guessed the alternative by now – get yourself a VPN to change your IP and tune in to a live streaming service from another country.
How to stream all the online action straight to you TV
The ability to live stream all the football to your phone or tablet is undeniably useful – you don’t have to miss a single goal, even if you’re out of the house. But if you want to stream the Premier League from the internet to your TV, then picking up a streaming box might be useful. Check out our guide to the best streaming media players, where the likes of Apple TV, Roku and Amazon Fire are all included.
Get ready to mark your calendar because Amazon Prime Day 2019 is only a couple of months away. The tech giant hasn’t officially announced the date, but based on previous years we know the big shopping event will be held in mid-July.
Prime Day first launched in 2015 and has grown into the biggest shopping day of the year with Prime Day 2018 even surpassing Cyber Monday and Black Friday. Last year’s Prime Day had 89 million visitors that logged on to the site with 100 million products purchased during the sale event. Globally it was the biggest day of sales in Amazon’s history, and we expect Amazon Prime Day 2019 to be even bigger.
It didn’t just increase in terms of territories or numbers, but the sale itself lasted longer too. Where 2017’s Prime Day ran for only one day (well, 30 hours), 2018 ran for a day and a half (36 hours). We expect this year’s sale to last even longer, so Prime members will have even more time snag the hottest deals of the year.
Last year’s Prime Day was also the first year that discounts were extended to local Whole Foods Market stores. Prime members were able to save on popular grocery items and earned rewards and cash back through Amazon’s site.
Read on to learn what we can expect for this year’s Prime Day and everything we’ve learned from last year’s Prime Day.
When is Amazon Prime Day 2019?
Even though Amazon hasn’t announced the exact date of the big day, we can take a pretty good guess based on previous years. Last year Prime Day went live on Monday, July 16 at 3 PM ET and lasted for 36 hours. Past years the event only lasted for 24 or 30 hours and happened between July 10 and 12. Thanks to the World Cup, Prime Day started later in the month last year. We predict this year they’ll stick to their original event dates and start Prime Day on Monday, July 8, although July 16 is our next best bet. The big question is whether the sale will be extended beyond past years. Each year the sale has been lengthened so we assume this year that you could see the longest Prime Day yet.
Last year Amazon didn’t formally announce the dates of Prime Day till only a few weeks before the big event. Thanks to some snooping from the TechRadar team, we were able to figure out the date a full month before it was announced.
What were the best-selling items from Prime Day 2018?
Prime members around the world purchased more than 100 million products during the 2018 Prime Day event. The top-selling items from last year’s Prime Day included a mixture of home goods, electronics, and Amazon devices. In fact, it was the biggest event ever for Amazon devices with the Fire TV Stick and Echo Dot leading the pack of best-selling items worldwide. The top selling products in the US from Prime Day 2018 consisted of the 6-Qt Instant Pot, Fire TV stick, Echo Dot, 23andMe DNA Test, and the LifeStraw personal water filter.
Prime Day and Whole Foods
Last year Prime Day extended its sale from devices and electronics to discounts on groceries at the Whole Foods Market chain. Amazon bought Whole Foods in 2017 and Prime Day 2018 was the first time they promoted the big sale event at the grocery store. Savings included price cuts on popular food items and discounts for first time users of the grocery delivery service Prime Now. Amazon also offered $10 back in Amazon credits to use on Prime Day for members that spent $10 at Whole Foods. Amazon credit card users also received double the rewards when they used their card at Whole Foods during the week leading up to Prime Day.
To participate in the big shopping event, you must be an Amazon Prime Member. Your membership will not only let you partake in Prime Day, but you’ll also have access to Amazon Prime movies, books, music, photos, and more. You can sign up here for a 30-day trial and cancel at any time. All you need is an Amazon account with a valid credit card tied to the account. Once you sign up for your free trial, you’ll have access to all the Prime benefits, receive free two-day shipping and partake in the biggest shopping event of the year.
What other retailers participate in Prime Day?
Every year more and more retailers are trying to compete with the tech giant by participating in their own version of Prime Day. You’ll find discounts on clothing, tech, home goods and more from a variety of online and local retailers. Last year Walmart joined in on Prime Day by offering free two-day shipping without membership fees and free same-day pickup on qualifying items. They also discounted a wide array of products that included TVs, Google Home devices, kitchen appliances, laptops and much more. Other big retailers like Target, Best Buy, Macy’s and eBay also promoted their own one-day sale with discounts on best-selling items throughout their site.
We expect this year that more retailers will participate in the July event and will even extend the one-day sale to a weeks worth of discounts.
How much money did Amazon make on Prime Day?
Amazon was predicted to gross $3.4 billion on Prime Day last year, although we don’t know if that prediction is accurate as Amazon doesn’t release such information. However, it did announce that third party sellers shifted a billion dollars of product in just one day. As for its own sales, Amazon was content to say that “sales this Prime Day surpassed Cyber Monday, Black Friday and the previous Prime Day, when comparing 36-hour periods, making this once again the biggest shopping event in Amazon history.” That’s a little sneaky, mind you: last Prime Day only ran for 24 hours, not 36.
There were good deals on TVs too. In the US, the excellent TCL TVs were massively discounted and better known brands such as Hisense were chopped too: for example Hisense’s 43-inch 4K TV dropped from $349.99 to $239.99.
Why did Amazon crash on Prime Day? Did the crash cost it money?
Amazon struggled to cope with traffic on Prime Day, an issue that affected not just the Amazon site but services such as Prime Video and Twitch. Customers found their shopping carts would suddenly empty, or links simply wouldn’t work, or they couldn’t access Amazon at all. The issues were largely confined to the US website and customers, although problems with Prime Video lasted well into the evening in the UK.
Some sites got their calculators out and concluded that the worst outage, which lasted for 63 minutes, cost Amazon just under $100 million in lost sales. Amazon disagrees, saying that the effect on sales was “minimal”.
CNBC has seen internal documents that describe what happened. First, it didn’t secure enough servers to cope with the demand; secondly, that shortage caused a “cascading series of failures” that knocked out key services; and thirdly, Amazon temporarily killed all international traffic to reduce the load. All of those things happened within the first 15 minutes of Prime Day.
The outage wasn’t the only issue Amazon faced on Prime Day. There were also strikes in protest at the way it treats its workers.
Why were workers striking and supporters urging Amazon boycotts on Prime Day?
Prime Day wasn’t the first time Amazon has been accused of terrible working practices, but it was a great day to get the issue into the papers. Workers in Spain and Germany went on strike over working hours and conditions while activists urged people to send Amazon a message on Prime Day by boycotting it altogether over its treatment of workers and its tax arrangements. It was also marked by a surge in health and safety complaints from UK workers.
As you’d expect, Amazon denies the allegations, with a spokesperson telling us: These allegations and the data are just not accurate — safety incidents in our fulfillment centers did not increase around Prime Day, they actually decreased from the previous week. We’re proud of our team and our workplace, and invite anyone to come see for themselves – we offer public tours of our buildings and you can learn more at amazonfctours.com.”
Amazon also told Wired that the Organise campaign behind the publicity was indulging in fake news. “To our knowledge, Organise doesn’t verify that respondents actually work for the company they claim to work for.”
What could Amazon have done better on Prime Day?
It should have anticipated and been able to cope with the load not just on its ecommerce site but on its cloud services too: we weren’t the only ones irritated because we couldn’t get our Preacher fix on Amazon Prime Video. It’s all the more embarrassing when you remember that Amazon provides the cloud infrastructure for many high-profile sites and services: Prime Day wasn’t a great ad for that side of its business.
Our main criticisms aren’t technological, though. Navigating the deals was hopeless and many of the deals were laughable, especially in gaming: we frequently found much better console bundles on AO.com’s eBay page than we did on Amazon.
Here’s a great example. On Prime Day, one of the flagship deals we identified was $50 off a set of Bose QuietComfort 25 headphones. That brought the price down from $299 to $249. Just three weeks later, Amazon US was listing the same headphones for $169.
Will Amazon Prime Day 2019 do things differently?
Yes. CNBC reports that Jeff Wilke, Amazon’s CEO of worldwide retail, has already demanded improvements to prevent a repeat the previous Prime Day’s capacity problems: “tech teams are already working to improve our architecture”.
We’d like to think that Amazon will also improve the navigation and discoverability of its deals for Prime Day 2019, although we aren’t holding our collective breath: both factors’ general rubbishness didn’t stop Prime Day breaking all records, so there’s not much incentive for Amazon to change it unless it decides better navigation will drive significantly higher sales. But that’s why we’re here to show you the best Prime Day deals!
It’s a safe bet that Prime Day 2019 will be longer. It’s already grown from one day to one and a half; further inflation seems inevitable.
What does all this mean for Black Friday and Cyber Monday?
It’s clear that Amazon is prioritising Prime Day over Super Black Friday Deals Month or whatever convoluted name it’s going to give its Black Friday sales period in 2019: according to Digitalcommerce360.com, 67% of this year’s Prime Day deals were lower than comparable deals on the preceding Black Friday.
That’s not to say Amazon won’t take part in Black Friday and Cyber Monday. It will, and it’ll offer the same kind of discounting that we’ve seen in recent years. But Prime Day is more important to the firm, and we’d expect its discounts to be deeper, especially on its own devices.
Prime Day: why does it matter more to Amazon?
There are some crucial differences between Prime Day and Black Friday. The first is that Prime Day is Amazon’s own day. It’s right there in the name, which of course refers to Amazon’s Prime membership programme and associated services. Amazon doesn’t own Black Friday, and that means ultimately it’s just another retailer shouting for attention – a massive retailer with a really loud voice, of course, but Black Friday is a sales event for the entire retail sector. It’s much harder for rivals to muscle in on something that Amazon has effectively created from thin air.
The second and more important difference is that Black Friday doesn’t create new spending. It just moves it slightly. As we’ve discovered in recent years, the money people spend over the Black Friday period is money they were probably going to spend anyway: all Black Friday really does is concentrates pre-Christmas shopping in the last week of November.
Prime Day spending is different in two ways. First of all, people aren’t spending the money they’d already planned to spend on Christmas presents. And secondly, they’re buying mainly for themselves, not for others. If you go back to the list of bestsellers there’s an awful lot of impulse buying in there: Instant Pots and Hue Lightstrips, frying pans and dishwasher tablets. This is new spending, not merely moving pre-planned spending.
There’s another key benefit for Amazon. Its best-sellers on Prime Day weren’t just Amazon devices; they were Amazon devices that connect to Amazon services. Fire TVs, Kindle Fires, Echo devices, Alexa remotes. Each one of them connecting to Amazon Prime, and each one of them requiring a Prime membership to buy in the first place. So when Black Friday rolls around, Amazon will have a whole bunch of Prime members for whom shopping on Prime is the default, and who might want to enhance their Amazon-powered smart homes with Amazon-branded Black Friday deals.
Prime Day means that for Amazon, Christmas now comes twice a year.
A new security flaw found in devices such as smartphones and tables using Qualcomm chipsets has the potential to allow an attacker to retrieve private data and encryption keys stored in a secure area of the chipset called the Qualcomm Secure Execution Environment (QSEE).
The chip maker deployed patches for this vulnerability (CVE-2018-11976) earlier this month but the slow pace of Android updates could leave some smartphones and tablets vulnerable for years to come.
Hundreds of millions of Android devices currently use Qualcomm chips and the vulnerability impacts how they handle data processed inside the Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) QSEE.
The QSEE is a hardware-isolated area on the company's chips where app developers and Android itself can send data to be processed safely and securely in such a way that it is secluded from the operating system and any other apps installed on the device. Private encryption keys and passwords are often processed inside the QSEE and the bug could leave this sensitive information exposed to hackers.
NCC Group's Keegan Ryan first discovered that Qualcomm's implementation of the ECDSA cryptographic signing algorithm could be exploited to retrieve data processed inside the QSEE secure area of its processors in March of last year.
A potential attacker would need root access to a device to exploit the vulnerability but this has become easier for cybercriminals to do now that malware that can gain root access on Android devices is quite common and can even be found on the Google Play Store.
Ryan detailed how he discovered this vulnerability in a recently published white paper in which he explained how he used a tool called Cachegrab to analyze the memory caches of Qualcomm's chips to identify small leaks in the ECDSA cyptographic data-signing process, saying:
"We found two locations in the multiplication algorithm which leak information about the nonce. Both of these locations contain countermeasures against side-channel attacks, but due to the spatial and temporal resolution of our microarchitectural attacks, it is possible to overcome these countermeasures and distinguish a few bits of the nonce. These few bits are enough to recover 256-bit ECDSA keys."
Ryan notified Qualcomm about the security flaw last year and the company has since released firmware patches that were a part of Google's Android April 2019 security update.
If you use an Android device with a Qualcomm chip for sensitive business, it is highly recommend that you update your smartphone with the latest Android OS security patch.
The Apple Watch Series 3 is a health-focused smartwatch that tracks activities, calories and popular workouts such as running, yoga, and cycling. The Series 3 also offers heart rate monitoring and will notify you when an unusually high or low heart rate is detected. The Apple Watch will even motivate you to hit your fitness goals and nudge you to keep moving. The waterproof Apple watch has all the basic features of a smartwatch by offering the ability to text, make calls, and receive notifications. The Series 3 also has a battery life of up to 18 hours so you can enjoy using the watch all day without the worry of having to recharge.
The Apple Watch 4 currently retails for $399 which makes the $199 price tag on the Series 3 extremely attractive. This particular deal from Walmart includes the 38mm model with GPS technology and comes in a black or white sport band with an aluminum case.
We don’t know how long Walmart will have the Apple Watch Series 3 on sale, so you should take advantage of this rare deal while you can.
If you’re interested in a smartwatch with LTE connectivity, Walmart has the Series 3 with GPS and Cellular on sale for $299. This allows you to get internet and phone connectivity on your watch even when your iPhone is far away.
Alongside the draft release of the configuration baseline settings for Windows 10 v1903 and Windows Server v1903, Microsoft has revealed its plan to do away with password expiration policies beginning with the Windows 10’s May update.
Once these policies are removed, organizations should replace them with modern and improved password-security practices such as multi-factor authentication, detection of attacks aimed at guessing passwords, detection of anomalous log on attempts and the enforcement of banned password lists.
Microsoft offered further insight on these recommendations, saying: “While we recommend these alternatives, they cannot be expressed or enforced with our recommended security configuration baselines, which are built on Windows’ built-in Group Policy settings and cannot include customer-specific values.”
According to the company’s principal consultant Aaron Margosis, the password expiration mechanism is a flawed defense method because once a password is stolen, mitigation measures should be taken immediately as opposed to when the password expires.
Password expiry policies
Microsoft also made the point that its soon to be removed password expiration policies are only a defense against the probability that a password will be stolen while its still valid and used by an unauthorized entity.
Essentially the company is allowing organizations to choose the security measures that best suit their needs without contradicting its own guidance.
The recently published security baseline draft also proposes removing the enforcement of built-in administrator and guest accounts being disabled by default. Administrators would then be able to enable the two accounts when they need to though the removal of the policy does not mean that these accounts will be enabled by default.
It’s worth keeping in mind that this is just a draft release and things could change before it is finalized though most experts agree that organizations have outgrown password expiration policies as a means of securing their accounts.
That’s a fairly substantial amount considering the service launched less than a year ago and, when compared to the system’s 35 million unit sales number, means that nearly one-in-three Switch owners subscribe to the service.
As you’d expect for a nascent service still in its first year, Nintendo Switch Online is still trailing the two other console subscription services – Xbox Live Gold and PlayStation Plus – by 50 million and 26 million users respectively. Crucially, both those services had years to reach their current state.
While Nintendo Switch Online might not have the same number of users that Microsoft and Sony have, Nintendo’s service does have a serious price advantage: Nintendo Switch Online only costs $20 (£18, AU$30) per year, compared to the $60 (£50, AU$80) price tags of PlayStation Plus and Xbox Live Gold.
In the same report Nintendo also gave shareholders a brief glimpse of what’s coming next for the system, citing Nintendo Labo Toy-Con 04: VR Kit’s April release, Super Mario Maker 2’s June release date and Fire Emblem: Three Houses’ July release date as the company’s next big launches.
Changing customer buying behaviours, the impact of Blockchain, Big Data, Cloud, IoT and trends in Merger & Acquisition activity amongst the subjects being addressed
[London, 26 April 2019] The highly successful Managed Services Summit series of events is returning to Amsterdam in May for its third year. The event will examine some of the latest developments impacting the industry and assess the impact of new technologies on the Managed Service Provider (MSP) sector in Europe.
The European Managed Services & Hosting Summit 2019 comes at a time when the business is being subjected to many changes. The sector as a whole is growing and the rising demand for skills has caused a surge in the level of merger and acquisition activity as successful MSPs aim to pick up less fortunate rivals and other types of reseller outside their home regions.
European Managed Services & Hosting Summit
Among the speakers now announced is Gartner Research Director Mark Paine who will deliver the opening keynote examining the changing nature and needs of customers. Under the title “Working with customers and their chaotic buying processes” he will present the Gartner view on how the changed customer buying process has become hard to monitor and follow and can be abruptly fore-shortened. “Who are the real customers anyway?” he will ask, using research into changing buying processes.
Jonathan Simnett, director Hampleton Partners, will examine the latest trends in European IT mergers & acquisitions, the factors driving demand and how to build value into an MSP, reseller or services business. Tech services and support need resources and a lot of more successful MSPs are taking the view that it is cheaper and easier to buy rather than build, to get them. This is increasing demand for limited resources and resulting in buyers bidding up prices. Other factors increasing demand include Big Data, Cloud and IoT which are continuing to drive consolidation in the market, as larger customers look to use what they offer.
Igor Pejic from BNP Paribas will discuss the rise of blockchain and its application to managed services, what it means for every industry and what it offers to MSPs. Blockchain is a different way to handle databases, and although it started in financial services, it will enhance supply chains and anywhere where proof of identity is required. “Managed services is a new area addressed by blockchain. There has been a lot of development and we are now seeing blockchain as a service which allows smaller companies to scale it to what their business needs. We will see a lot of industry-specific applications soon,” says Igor. A copy of Blockchain Babel, Igor Pejic’s important new book on blockchain, which has been selected as a book of the month by the FT, is being given free to those attending the Managed Services Summit in Amsterdam.
The European Managed Services & Hosting Summit 2019 is a management-level event designed to help channel organisations identify opportunities arising from the increasing demand for managed and hosted services and to develop and strengthen partnerships aimed at supporting sales. Building on the success of previous managed services and hosting events in London and Amsterdam, the summit will feature a high-level conference programme exploring the impact of new business models and the changing role of information technology within modern businesses. These conference sessions will be augmented by both business and technology breakout tracks within which leading vendors and service providers will provide further insight into the opportunities for channel organisations looking to expand their managed services portfolios. Throughout the day there will also be many opportunities for both sponsors and delegates to meet fellow participants within the Summit exhibition and networking area.
The European Managed Services and Hosting Summit 2019 will take place at the Novotel Amsterdam City Hotel, on 23 May 2019. MSPs, resellers and integrators wishing to attend the convention and vendors, distributors or service providers interested in sponsorship opportunities can find further information at: www.mshsummit.com/amsterdam
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