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Free Software October 14, 2014 posted by

EVDA Anon Private Browser TOR – the perfect way to keep your browsing secure on your Android smartphone [Freeware]

Keeping your affairs private is something that’s important to many people, and not just because they’re doing something wrong. It can be as simple as stopping villains stealing your ID to staying safe in a hostile dictatorship country, and it can be serious stuff. So it’s always good when more tools come on to the market to help people stay safe.


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EVDA Anon Private Browser TOR – the perfect way to keep your browsing secure on your Android smartphone [Freeware]
Free Software October 13, 2014 posted by

Sensor Sense – easily access what your phone sensors see in real time [Freeware]

Your smartphone can capture a lot more information from its environment than you can. It can sense what the sound levels are, your exact long & lat location, the light levels where you are, gravity, magnetics, temperature and more. So wouldn’t it be nice to be able to quickly scan one or more of these readings to see what’s going on?


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Sensor Sense – easily access what your phone sensors see in real time [Freeware]
Gadgets October 10, 2014 posted by

HDMI Pocket Projector Mobile – carry the big screen in your pocket

The worst part about smartphones is the small screen. Sure you can watch videos on YouTube and Netflix from the palm of your hand but it’s all just so tiny. What if there are subtitles? What if you want to watch with a friend? So small. The HDMI Pocket Projector Mobile is the projector for smart phones that fits in the palm of your hand.


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HDMI Pocket Projector Mobile – carry the big screen in your pocket
Gadgets October 10, 2014 posted by

ZINK hAppy – your phone in one hand, printer in the other

I love physical pictures. Maybe it’s because I’m from a time before Instagraming but there’s nothing quite like holding an actual picture in your hand. A photo that you can give to someone just seems somehow so much more personal and real. With the ZINK hAppy you can instantly share your photos with friends right from your smartphone.


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ZINK hAppy – your phone in one hand, printer in the other
Gadgets September 30, 2014 posted by

No-Charge Smart Watch – put some cool on your wrist without all the hassles

So smart watches are all the rage right? People are queuing on the streets to grab one (probably), taking them home and then putting them in the drawer when they realize it’s yet another thing that needs to be kept charged every day. Boring. Who needs more hassle, when there’s enough to cope with using phones, cameras, music players and stuff?


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No-Charge Smart Watch – put some cool on your wrist without all the hassles
Gadgets September 29, 2014 posted by

Nova Wireless Pocket Flash – give your low light phone photos a fighting chance

Snapping a decent photo with your 13-megapixel smartphone camera shouldn’t be a big problem in good lighting conditions, but when the environment is a bit dark, the camera’s small LED flash doesn’t help much in taking a great picture. This is where an external flash would come in really handy.


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Nova Wireless Pocket Flash – give your low light phone photos a fighting chance
Gadgets September 26, 2014 posted by

Sony Z3 Hands On – and quick comparison against the LG G3 [Review]

We were in town yesterday for the launch of the new Android superphone from Sony, the Sony Z3. What’s clear is this is more of an evolution than a revolution in technology, since the new phone looks, feels and operates almost identically to the older Z3 which it replaces. However there are a few differences to note.


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Sony Z3 Hands On – and quick comparison against the LG G3 [Review]
Mobile Tech September 24, 2014 posted by

Clippet News – audio news clips delivered to your phone means you’ll never have to read again…maybe [Freeware]

The news is a traditional staple of most people’s day. Whether you consume news over breakfast, read it during your morning commute or sit down to access the nightly version, we all like to keep abreast of what’s going on. Now there’s a new method hitting the digital airwaves, the customized audio news clip delivered to your phone via an app.


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Clippet News – audio news clips delivered to your phone means you’ll never have to read again…maybe [Freeware]
Mobile Tech September 23, 2014 posted by

PlexiDigest – free app delivers pocket sized summaries of breaking news for people who don’t like reading much [Freeware]

There’s too much to do, and definitely not enough time to do it in, and we put the blame squarely on the recent government decision to speed up time. It was a lousy idea, and we should have fought harder to stop it. But now it’s here, we better make the most of it, which is where this handy, but worrying free app comes in.


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PlexiDigest – free app delivers pocket sized summaries of breaking news for people who don’t like reading much [Freeware]
Gadgets September 19, 2014 posted by

Ultra Thin Slideout BT iPhone 6 Keyboard – turn your new Apple phone into a backlit texting QWERTY beast

So you’ve got your brand new shiny iPhone 6, and you haven’t dropped it yet, but there’s something missing isn’t there? No it’s not the waterproofing, or the non-functioning NFC accessories, it’s a way to quickly do the kind of text entry you really love, with a real keyboard. Well we’ve found your solution.


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Ultra Thin Slideout BT iPhone 6 Keyboard – turn your new Apple phone into a backlit texting QWERTY beast
Free Software September 19, 2014 posted by

TunnelBear Mobile – excellent free WiFi security tool now available on Android and iPhone [Freeware]

One of the things it’s important to remember is the fact that wireless networking connections (especially public WiFi) are inherently insecure, which means it’s pretty easy for people with a bit of tech skill to tap into your connection and spy on your stuff. The golden rule is never do anything on public WiFi that’s super sensitive (like banking etc), just in case. But there are ways to reduced the risks.


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TunnelBear Mobile – excellent free WiFi security tool now available on Android and iPhone [Freeware]
Gadgets September 18, 2014 posted by

Zenus Vintage Diary for iPhone 6 – add a touch of class to your expensive new phone in an instant

It’s all well and good buying that shiny new iPhone 6, but straight off the bat it’s going to look just like everyone else’s phone, so where’s the excitement in that? And forget about adding a plain vanilla case, because that’s so boring. No, what you need is something that reeks of style, while not costing the earth.


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Zenus Vintage Diary for iPhone 6 – add a touch of class to your expensive new phone in an instant
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