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    Gamers demand a lot from their monitors. Any screen worthy of an avid gamer needs to provide a delicate blend of pixel-perfect image quality, responsiveness and super-smooth refresh rates – and it also ideally needs to provide the kind of colour accuracy and wide contrast ratios which will make the most of anything from CounterStrike ...
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    When it comes to TVs, one thing we’re not short of is acronyms. Just to keep everyone on their toes though, Samsung has added another to the list: QLED. Not to be confused with OLED (which is a completely different kettle of pixels), Samsung’s QLED TVs take a standard LED LCD panel and turbocharge it ...
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      Atmos soundbars have been around since Yamaha released the YAS-706 back in 2015 and, since then, the market for products featuring Dolby’s object-based surround-sound tech has really taken off. Initially the sole preserve of the insanely wealthy home theatre buff, there’s now a healthy choice of gear available at more attainable prices. The Sony ...
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      Dutch educators are on strike today (12 December), demanding decent salaries and a normal workload. They are also urging the government to clearly and firmly address burn out and a shortage in teachers in primary education. Education International’s affiliate, the Algemene Onderwijsbond (AOb), has joined other trade unions, i.e. CNV Education, FNV Government, and ...
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      Education International demands Iranian academic’s immediate release Topics in this post: Firmly standing behind Iranian academic Ahmadreza Djalali, Education International reiterates the need for affiliates to join in the call for his immediate release from jail. Education International (EI), as well as its Belgian affiliate, ACV-CSC, is taking action on behalf of Vrije Universiteit ...
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      Arab education unions focus on union renewal and quality education Topics in this post: Teacher union leaders in Arab-speaking countries have discussed ways to better engage with young and new teachers and steps necessary to achieve access to quality education for all by 2030 in their region. These issues were the main focus during ...
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      Iran: calls for support of jailed education union leader made around the world Topics in this post: Education International joins in the Amnesty International “Write for Rights” Appeal for Iranian education unionist Esmail Abdi. Maths teacher EsmailAbdi, leader of the Tehran branch of the Iranian Teachers’ Trade Association, was convicted of national security offences ...