Chew It Over – the Android 7.0 Nougat

Chew It Over – the Android 7.0 Nougat

It’s time for a special treat – and who doesn’t like Nougat? Android 7.0 Nougat, that is. After nearly six months of beta testing, Android 7.0 Nougat is being pushed out to the most recent Nexus devices. What goodies and new features does Google’s latest mobile OS have in store? Does it bring more customisation, multi-tasking power, and development to the operation system? Well, there’s...

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Countdown to the Launch of the iPhone 7

Countdown to the Launch of the iPhone 7

Apple is expected to reveal the iPhone 7 in early September and, as you might expect, rumour is rampant with regards to this next-generation smartphone. We can expect a faster processor, better camera, potentially the elimination of the 3.5mm headphone jack, and a revised chassis that will reduce visible antenna bands. We’re pumped about the much anticipated release of the 7, so we’ve scoured the rumour mill,...

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Fix My Glitches (With the iOS 9)

The words ‘it’s got a glitch’ could mean a thousand different things, everywhere from ‘oh, that’s an easy fix!’ to ‘oh my God, what the f*** just happened?!’. The latest Apple’s iOS 9 updates for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch have brought new features but they’ve also brought some problems to Apple users. But then again, who ever heard of an upgrade that fixed ALL...

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It’s Got the Power: The Galaxy Note 7

It’s Got the Power: The Galaxy Note 7

A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, there appeared the Galaxy Note 7. Ok, so we made up the first part of that sentence, but the Galaxy Note 7 is here, in our time and galaxy, and it’s packed full of cool features. We’re talking about iris-scanning technology that supposedly makes the device more secure, high-dynamic range video better than anything you’ve...

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Rumour Roundup: The Apple Watch 2

Rumour Roundup: The Apple Watch 2

Watch out for the Apple Watch 2, coming soon to a wrist on you. Set for release in Fall 2016, rumours are rampant as to the look, feel, and upgraded features of the Watch 2.0. And while the original Apple Watch might only be a year old, it looks like we’re going to have to get used to updating our smartwatches as regularly as our...

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Under Lockdown: Boosting Your Password Protection

Under Lockdown: Boosting Your Password Protection

Remembering and managing passwords is a necessary component of modern 21st Century living. And it’s not an easy task either. Emails, bank accounts, social media, shopping sites, news subscriptions – you name it, you’ve probably got a password for it. The average person has around 27 different logins. But do you have 27 individual passwords for those logins? Probably not. (We know we don’t!) Passwords are...

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The Sky-high Price Tag of the Solarin Smartphone

The Sky-high Price Tag of the Solarin Smartphone

Tom Hardy couldn’t say enough about it, but Leonardo Dicaprio didn’t say a word. What are we talking about? The recent event in London where Sirin Labs launched its Solarin smartphone, reputed to be the world’s most secure smartphone with military-grade encryption technology. Tom Hardy has one, and you can have one too for only $14,000. Say what?! Yes, did we forget to mention the...

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Smartphone Tips: Smarten Up with these Top 10 Security Hacks

Smartphone Tips: Smarten Up with these Top 10 Security Hacks

As Gandalf once said: ‘Is it secret? Is it safe?’ Ok, so he was talking about the ‘one ring to rule them all’, not Frodo’s mobile data. But you get the idea. In the Digital Age, at a time when we’re sharing more and more information about ourselves with more and more people – from personal information to buying preferences – we want to know...

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Top 10 Best Wearable Fitness Trackers

Top 10 Best Wearable Fitness Trackers

Our fitness is just another thing we like to keep track of these days. Fitness trackers can track your activity, exercise, and even your sleep, helping you set and achieve your fitness goals whether you’re inside, outside, or even in water. (On the couch too, probably, but wearing a fitness tracker on the couch is about as redundant as carrying an umbrella in the desert)....

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Can You See Me Now? The Microsoft HoloLens

Who needs reality when you can have virtual reality? Enter the HoloLens. Designed by Microsoft, the HoloLens has a Holographic Processing Unit (HPU) that enables the device to understand gestures and gazes while mapping the surrounding physical environment in real time. It utilises an Intel-based 32-bit architecture, see-through holographic lenses with an embedded optical projection system, various sensors, cameras for capturing HD video and images...

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