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  • Vodafone HD Voice

    Make crystal clear phone calls with Vodafone’s all-new HD Voice

    Tweet Just ten years ago, we were confined to sending SMS messages and placing voice calls on our mobile phones to communicate. Now, we can communicate with people in a variety of different ways from anywhere in the world with ease on our smartphones, thanks to super-fast mobile internet connectivity and the apps that have […]

  • Contract vs pay as you go

    Contract phones vs. Pay as you go

    Tweet When purchasing a new mobile phone, there’s always the consideration of whether you should get it on a contract or pay as you go. There are pros and cons with both, and while there are some who believe that contracts are best, there are just as many who like to keep control of what […]

  • Phone cases

    A complete guide to phone accessories

    TweetWith so many new models and ever-evolving features, choosing the right mobile phone for you can be a tricky task. After all, a new mobile phone represents a considerable investment and it will be a purchase that should stand you in good stead for years to come. Fortunately, the internet is full of useful advice […]

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    Three Clever ways the Gaming Industry uses Promotional Marketing

    TweetThe video gaming industry is the largest entertainment industry in the world – bringing in more revenue than even the Hollywood movie industry. The huge growth in the popularity of gaming across all demographic groups means that more money than ever is being pumped into their development. The most recent Grand Theft Auto game generated […]

  • Adonit Keyboard

    Adonit Writer Plus for iPad Review

    Tweet The post-PC promise – the chance to move away from cumbersome truck-like PC’s with their horrid keyboards and mice and into a glorious new age, one populated by smaller screens, light weight operating systems and heightened portability. The iPad, Apple’s long awaited foray into the tablet market, proved that there was indeed a thirst […]

Latest Tech News

Sainsbury's app

What does the new Sainsbury’s app mean for the future of UK retail?

[ 0 ] November 20, 2014

Tweet When online shopping exploded in the mid 1990’s it changed the way we shopped forever. No longer did we have to venture out in all weathers we were able to sit on the comfort of our homes, order what we wanted, and have it delivered to our doors. The biggest sector to take advantage […]

broadband speed app

New app to check your broadband speed and coverage

[ 0 ] November 18, 2014

Tweet We all know how frustrating it can be when your internet connection drops out for seemingly no reason. In fact, it seems that you can have no access to internet or a perfect internet connection and still function like a normal human being; but there is nothing more irritating than having access to a tiny […]

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The Drone Awakens: How drones are fuelling the next generation of adrenaline thrill seekers.

[ 0 ] November 13, 2014

Tweet If you’ve ever sky dived or base jumped before, you’ll know what I mean when I say there’s nothing that can replicate the feeling of being weightless and plummeting down to earth at over one hundred miles per hour with the wind screaming into your ears. It’s an experience that’s highly recommended by me […]

Latest Guides, Features

Pressy

3 of Our Favourite Crowdfunding Items for 2014

[ 0 ] November 20, 2014

Tweet New technology is always exciting but crowdfunded tech is especially so. This Christmas there are a number of amazing items from the sphere that could potentially tickle even those with the fewest nerd bones in their bodies, taste buds. So, with that in mind, we’re going to take a look at some of the […]

Printer Ink

5 Ways to Cut the Cost of Inkjet Printing at Home

[ 0 ] November 20, 2014

Tweet The vast majority of us have a printer in our home, and we all bemoan the cost of the ink and the paper. Yet it is very easy to cut down on the cost of printing at home if you know how. The one off cost of the printer is soon forgotten, it’s the […]

Tablet and Kindle buying guide

How to choose a case for your Tablet or Kindle

[ 0 ] November 16, 2014

Tweet The Kindle and other e-readers have revolutionised the book industry. Up and down the high street, book stores are closing down as more and more avid readers go digital with obvious benefits over the paper-based alternative, such as the ability to store thousands of books on one device and even read in the dark. […]

Business Technology

Top five rules for working from home

Top five rules for working from home

[ 0 ] November 19, 2014

Tweet Some people tell me how lucky I am to work from home but little do they know how hard it can be – mixing business with pleasure is always a difficult thing to do (unless you’re in the “romance aids” business or the oldest profession in the world ) so why would taking work […]

the evolution of it careers

The Evolution of IT Careers

[ 0 ] November 17, 2014

Tweet The internet has revolutionised the world so much it’s hard to believe that it only became publically available in 1991. Back then it was hard to imagine a newspaper editor losing sleep over the future of their publication or a 3-generation family business going bust. Oh, how things have changed. Fast forward 20 years […]

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The Need for Versatility within Business Technology

[ 0 ] November 11, 2014

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Apple

iPhone 6 and 6 Plus Gaming

Gaming on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus

[ 0 ] November 19, 2014

Tweet Apple releases a new update to the iPhone every year. Quite simply, it’s out with the old and in with the new. Due to the relatively short lifecycle of iPhone models, third-party developers  – you know, the folk who create all of those wonderful apps – have to ensure that what they create will […]

os x

7 Useful OS X features we Rarely Use, but Probably should

[ 0 ] October 5, 2014

Tweet OS X is a system that has a lot of hidden functions (or we may call them not hidden but not evident). But the fact is that many of these functions can make our work with this operating system much easier and more comfortable. Here are 7 features that may be useful for you […]

Adonit Keyboard

Adonit Writer Plus for iPad Review

[ 2 ] October 1, 2014

Tweet The post-PC promise – the chance to move away from cumbersome truck-like PC’s with their horrid keyboards and mice and into a glorious new age, one populated by smaller screens, light weight operating systems and heightened portability. The iPad, Apple’s long awaited foray into the tablet market, proved that there was indeed a thirst […]

Other Recent Articles

How to choose a good antivirus software

How to choose a good antivirus software

[ 0 ] November 20, 2014

Tweet Antivirus software is a necessity for online browsing. Despite the search engine’s best attempts to remove spammy, harmful web pages from their search results, they cannot control other ways that websites are accessed such as through social media and going direct. For this reason, an anti-virus software is needed to protect your computer against […]