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    Android Marshmallow: What’s new?

    Google have announced via a tweet that Android 6.0 will be given the moniker ‘Marshmallow’.  Hardly surprising given the previous names of Android OS updates, but it’s not the name we’re interested in.  There’s a few new features coming in Marshmallow, and we’ve listed them for you below. Android Marshmallow In an official blog post […]

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    The BlackBerry Venice: An Android BB?

    It has been rumoured for a while now that BlackBerry are ready to admit defeat with BlackBerry 10.  The whispers got louder when the BlackBerry CEO, John Chen said “We only build secure phones and BlackBerry is the most secure phone so, if I can find a way to secure the Android phone, I will also […]

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    Top 3 Travel Apps: Get around the tube strike

    There’s been a overwhelming sense of discontent in Londoners who want to use the tube this summer, and with Tube strikes more likely than ever in the near future, we’re here to guide you through the best three apps to help you deal with the tube strike. There’s no point in trying to use more […]

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  • iPhone 7 Features

    iPhone 7 Release Date and Features

    It’s that time again.  Established iPhone users are somehow slowly getting bored of their once shiny new handsets, whether they own an iPhone 4 or a newer model.  As the cognoscenti will know, new iPhone models are released every year, around late September/early October.  Since 2010, more than one model has always been released a […]

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    What are BitCoins? How much is a BitCoin Worth?

    What are BitCoins? BitCoin is a virtual currency that has grown in infamy over the years – as it’s usually used for illegal activities. This is because BitCoin transactions can be processed anonymously.  This is why Ransomware such as CryptoWall will ask for payment via BitCoin.  It is also used on websites offering services like […]

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    Are DSLR Cameras Worth The Money?

    Whether you’re a keen amateur shooter or an experienced professional; the question we all ask in the beginning is ‘Are DSLR’s really worth the money?’ But before we get to that, maybe we should find out what exactly a DSLR is. What is a DSLR? DSLR stands for Digital Single-Lens Reflex which in simple terms […]

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  • Google Nest vs Apple Home Kit

    What is Home Automation? Apple HomeKit vs Google Nest

     Home Automation is a bit like something you’d see in Back to the Future, or a sci-fi film.  It’s the concept of being able to control accessories and technology in your home by simply stating commands; for example turning off your lights by saying “it’s bedtime”. These futuristic ideas may soon become a reality.  Apple […]

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    Free version of Netflix? Popcorn Time

    Popcorn time is a BitTorrent client like uTorrent, LimeWire or kTorrent – with a difference. Instead of having to wait to download the files before viewing, Popcorn Time has an integrated media player so users can stream their content. Its ease of use and variety of content led to a huge surge in popularity – […]

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    Is Social Media A Fad?

    Social Media has taken the 21st century by storm. The first known social media platform was SixDegrees.com (1997.) SixDegrees enabled users to make lists of their friends and to connect with people they knew. Since then social networking sites have become a part of everyday modern life as we know it. But will its success last? […]

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    Retina Display – What Is It? Is It Worth It?

    What Exactly is Retina Display? Retina Display isn’t actually a technical term at all. It is an Apple-trademarked term. So even if another company were to use a Retina Display, they wouldn’t be allowed to call it that. The actual phrase means that the display on a device has such a high pixel density that […]

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