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  • Snap Happy: 79% of Brits ditch digital cameras in favour of phone photos

    Snap Happy: 79% of Brits ditch digital cameras in favour of phone photos

    With 350 million* photos uploaded to Facebook each day, Insurance2Go set out to discover whether Brit’s now prefer to take photos on their mobile phone rather than a digital camera.

  • Emoji confusion: Just 1 in 5 Brits can identify the correct meaning of emojis

    Emoji confusion: Just 1 in 5 Brits can identify the correct meaning of emojis

    As a nation of emoji lovers it’s important that we know the ‘kissing face’ emoji isn’t someone whistling, and the ‘hugging face’ emoji isn’t jazz hands, if we are to avoid awkward situations. But whilst 82% of Brits are avid emoji users, how many of us know their real definitions?

  • Archon Speed: Wireless Bike Meter Review

    Archon Speed: Wireless Bike Meter Review

    Alongside the Archon Jump Wireless Skipping Rope I had in for testing this month I was also keen to source in the Archon Speed Wireless Bike Meter (with cadence sensor) which also retails for £29.99.

  • Archon Jump: Wireless Skipping Rope Review

    Archon Jump: Wireless Skipping Rope Review

    Fitness is one of those words that can be difficult to imagine if your job takes up a large amount of your day.....

  • Golden Joystick Awards 2016 - Voting Has Opened

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    The world’s most popular and credible games awards, the Golden Joystick Awards, has announced the shortlist for its 2016 ceremony with public voting now open at www.goldenjoystick.com.

  • PlayPhoto from Kwalee is a fun & clever community driven quiz app!

    PlayPhoto from Kwalee is a fun & clever community driven quiz app!

    Kwalee Ltd may not be as well-known as some of the mainstream App developers but the pedigree behind the company is certainly well up there with the best of them, as it was founded back in 2011 by David Darling.

  • Finally get rid of Apple Bloatware with iOS 10

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    Apple released iOS 10 yesterday evening (6pm UK Time) and I managed to download the update a few hours later, which is just as well given that reports from early adopters indicated that it was bricking their phone's/iPad's. Now that it is installed OK there are certainly a  few improvements that I like straight off the bat.

  • Xbox Clubs Feature is pretty cool!

    Xbox Clubs Feature is pretty cool!

    If you are in the preview program Microsoft is currently rolling out - in waves - a new update that personally I think is pretty cool. The feature in question is called Clubs and you can either create your own or join existing Clubs, with the benefit of being able to add a virtual space where like-minded fellow Gamer's can hang out. You can then use the Club(s) to participate in multiplayer gaming sessions a little quicker or more efficiently I should say and potentially the Club could be a way to meet new friends.

  • Apple Goes all Wireless with its AirPod Tech

    Apple Goes all Wireless with its AirPod Tech

    Finally we have news that Apple has introduced AirPods, which are innovative new wireless headphones that use advanced technology to reinvent how we listen to music, make phone calls, enjoy TV shows and movies, play games and interact with Siri.

  • Apple Unleashes its Apple Watch 2 Range

    Apple Unleashes its Apple Watch 2 Range

    Marvel's Agents of Shield will be happy with this news in that Apple have unveiled the second generation of its watch, namely the Apple Watch 2. By the sounds of it this watch actually has a few more practical features over its predecessor...

  • Apple Rolls out the iPhone 7 Series Smartphones

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    Yesterday Apple finally laid the rumours to rest regarding the iPhone 7 (4.7" HD Retina display) and it's larger sibling the iPhone 7 Plus (5.5" FULL HD Retina display). Both models feature a new advanced camera system, more power and performance with the best battery life ever on an iPhone according to the press blurb. Additionally they will finally incorporate stereo speakers and the devices are the first water and dust resistant iPhone's. Oh, and before we forget the other bold move is they have removed the headphone jack and replaced it with lightning port headphones, apparently they had the courage to do this! However there will be an adaptor in the box that will allow you to use your old headphones. iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will be available in more than 25 countries beginning Friday, September 16.

  • iPhone 7 released Wednesday but only 50% will upgrade?

    iPhone 7 released Wednesday but only 50% will upgrade?

    After the launch of the iPhone SE in March proved largely unsuccessful* for tech giant Apple, mobile phone insurance specialist Insurance2Go polled current iPhone owners to find out what they’re planning to do when the iPhone 7 becomes available.

  • Archon adds Skipping Rope & Bike Meter to its wireless fitness gadget range

    Archon adds Skipping Rope & Bike Meter to its wireless fitness gadget range

    Following the launch of the Archon Smart Touch Wristband and accompanying App earlier this year, Archon now introduces two new wireless fitness gadgets. The new Archon Jump Wireless Skipping Rope and Archon Speed Bike Meter serve to provide modern, practical and enjoyable digital fitness monitoring and motivation.

  • TomTom Via 52 Review

    TomTom Via 52 Review

    Recently I had the opportunity to do a long term test on the TomTom Via 52, which is one of the latest satellite navigation systems from TomTom.

  • What it takes to create a £1 million app

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    Are you racking your brain trying to think of the next Candy Crush Saga or Pokémon Go? New research from Insurance2go could provide you with the help you need to get started...

  • 53% of UK Pokemon Go Gamers Play at Work

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    53% of employees who play Pokemon Go admit doing so during working hours. 43% say they play up to three hours and 27% play between three and five hours at work a week. 15% say they play the game at work for seven or more hours every week.

  • World’s First Dyanamo-Powered iPhone Case

    World’s First Dyanamo-Powered iPhone Case

    AMPware Power Generating iPhone Case is The World’s first hand-cranked iPhone battery case, this revolutionary gadget turns ten minutes of winding into two hours of regular mobile use.

  • How to beat an athlete at their own sport

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    The Olympics consistently encourages even the laziest of us into sport; the success of the GB cycling team at Beijing saw a surge in people taking up the sport and this year will undoubtedly follow the same suit. What better way to take on a sport, when there's the opportunity you could beat an Olympian at their own discipline?

  • Research shows Brits scroll 5.1 miles on their smartphones every year

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    Research from Tesco Mobile has found that smartphone loving Brits are using their thumbs to scroll through smartphones over five miles per year, giving their digits a very epic workout.

  • European Games Group AG secures exclusive rights to free2play football manager Mobile FC

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    Munich-based games publisher European Games Grouphas announced its partnership with the Hamburg based developer krassGames, and will take over the marketing and all commercial matters of the free2play football manager Mobile FC, effective immediately. Thus, European Games Group has secured the exclusive rights for Central Europe.