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Gadgets March 27, 2015 posted by

Lifetrons Multi-Tool Lighting Adapter USB Sync – a charger for every occasion

So you’re an Android user but your best mate is an Apple fanatic. You’re on a long car trip and suddenly, a wild low battery appears. Your buddy has forgotten his charger, what do you do? Usually he would just be out of luck but the Lifetrons Multi-Tool Lighting Adapter USB Sync, you always have the right charger on hand.


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Lifetrons Multi-Tool Lighting Adapter USB Sync – a charger for every occasion
Gadgets March 9, 2015 posted by

SISWOO Monster R8 – this beast of a phone blows most other budget Androids out of the water [Review]

We have a feeling that 2015 will come to be recognized as the start of the era of the Chinese budget phone, which means it’s also likely to be the beginning of a surge in online handset buying. What this means for the main street phone retailers is anyone’s guess, but the signs are that things are going to get pretty precarious, pretty quickly.


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SISWOO Monster R8 – this beast of a phone blows most other budget Androids out of the water [Review]
Gadgets March 9, 2015 posted by

Jump Cable With Lighting Charger – an emergency battery that fits in your pocket

Having a charger with you has become a way of life in the smartphone age. The downside is that you can’t do much with just a cord. Luckily, there are many portable batteries and charger solutions. The Jump Cable with Lighting Connector is an emergency charger for iPhones.


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Jump Cable With Lighting Charger – an emergency battery that fits in your pocket
Gadgets March 5, 2015 posted by

Immerse Virtual Reality Headset – turn your smartphone into a 3D wonderland of fun for just $45 ]Review]

There’s no question that 3D is a bit of a joke nowadays. The problem is the industry thought we’d love it enough to pay lots of money for the TVs, the movie tickets and all the other bits and pieces. But we didn’t. Our bad. But now there’s a new genre of fun budget 3D products which might just bring it back to life, and we’ve got our grubby mits on one example to test out.


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Immerse Virtual Reality Headset – turn your smartphone into a 3D wonderland of fun for just $45 ]Review]
Gadgets February 27, 2015 posted by

iPassport – keep your identity safe with this RFID case

Wireless, contactless, touchless, whatever you want to call it, the new convenience tech is starting to take off in a big way. In London, contactless cards now account for around 100,000 transactions a day on London transport services, and they’re starting to really take off in stores with most stores now featuring ‘tap & pay’ terminals of one sort or another. But with the convenience, as with everything else, comes risk.


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iPassport – keep your identity safe with this RFID case
Free Software February 26, 2015 posted by

Do Tools from IFTTT – cool online service gives us some mobile tools to play with. But what a mess! Freeware]

We’ve talked about the very cool IFTTT (if this, then that) service before, with its cool mix of automated recipes which you can use to automate parts of your life. The idea is you can set up a recipe to, say, send an alert to your phone if snow is coming, based on a reading of the weather reports, and once the recipe is set up, it just runs automatically every day for you. Neat. Now the company is offering…


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Do Tools from IFTTT – cool online service gives us some mobile tools to play with. But what a mess! Freeware]
Gadgets February 24, 2015 posted by

THL 2015 – cool new budget 4G Android phone comes with fingerprint security and lots of Octa Power [Review]

There’s a brand new budget Android smartphone coming along at the beginning of next month, and it’s pretty fancy. Not only does it have full 4G/LTE built in, as well as dual SIM, dual Standby, but it’s one of the first of its type to feature fingerprint security as standard, which is something usually reserved for much more expensive handsets. And did we mention the price?


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THL 2015 – cool new budget 4G Android phone comes with fingerprint security and lots of Octa Power [Review]
Gadgets February 20, 2015 posted by

Honor 6 – the best budget Android phone we’ve tested so far [Review] [Editors Choice]

The smartphone market is heading for a huge shock, as the traditional brands find themselves under increasing pressure from some very slick Chinese products which are making their way westwards. The big names like HTC and Samsung are already suffering from slower sales and declining profits, and this trend is going to continue, as lower priced Chinese manufacturers pulverize the established brands on price and features. This new superphone from Honor is a classic example of what we mean.


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Honor 6 – the best budget Android phone we’ve tested so far [Review] [Editors Choice]
Gadgets February 17, 2015 posted by

Plantronics BackBeat Pro – meaty wireless headphones look cool, sound great and run for ever [Review]

You can’t turn a corner nowadays without stumbling over yet another set of wireless headphones. Thanks to the recent improvements in Bluetooth 4.0, it really does look like the days of the cable tied models are slowly coming to an end. Which will please lots of people, from gamers to runners and beyond. We’ve just tested out one of the newest entrants to market, and found a worthy contender for the ‘Best of…’ title.


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Plantronics BackBeat Pro – meaty wireless headphones look cool, sound great and run for ever [Review]
Gadgets February 10, 2015 posted by

Blackview Ultra A6 – Lost Your iPhone 6? This Cool $100 Android Clone Is The Perfect Temp Replacement [Review]

Every 3.5 seconds someone in the US loses their cell phone. That’s 30 billion dollars worth a year. Which is a lot of popcorn. Of course it’s not just losing, but dropping, mugging and more which adds even more to the tally. And what do you do when your precious iPhone is gone? Dig out that rank old handset from 2 years ago and wait for your plan to renew? Well now there’s a rather cool alternative of sorts.


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Blackview Ultra A6 – Lost Your iPhone 6? This Cool $100 Android Clone Is The Perfect Temp Replacement [Review]
Gadgets February 5, 2015 posted by

Moleskine Evernote Smart Notebook – transfer your notes from long form to digital effortlessly

Moleskine is the best notebook that money can buy according to moleskin fans. Of course those fans include famous authors and artists so the company has to be doing something right. Moleskin has teamed up with one of the better productivity apps to create the Moleksine Evernote Smart Notebook to help creators bring their handwritten notes to the digital world.


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Moleskine Evernote Smart Notebook – transfer your notes from long form to digital effortlessly
Gadgets February 3, 2015 posted by

InkCase+ – a cool 2nd screen for your smartphone [Review]

The clever e-ink technology, which uses minimal power draw to display mono images on small screens, has really started to gain traction in the market. Obviously most e-readers like the Kindle use it, but it’s also making its way to smaller devices, like phones. The Yotaphone 2, which we reviewed a while ago, is an example of a clever implementation of the tech, but now you can have the same kind of twin screen functionality for your existing phone. Clever.


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InkCase+ – a cool 2nd screen for your smartphone [Review]
cool tech January 30, 2015 posted by

Herenow – leave messages for the next person to arrive at your location [Freeware]

Don’t know about you, but there’s been a fair few times when I’ve been to some place, a store or a service or something like that, and had a bad experience which I wish I could warn people about. Sure you can leave a review, but it’s a bit of a hassle. What you really need at times like that is a way to warn people who might be visiting that location. Now there’s an app which could help with…


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Herenow – leave messages for the next person to arrive at your location [Freeware]
Gadgets January 30, 2015 posted by

Spoolee – the quick and easy solution for your earbud cord issues

Tangled earbud cords are annoying. Just, really annoying. We may try to roll them neatly before putting them back into a pocket or a bag but that never lasts for long. It’s like there are gnomes or something living in our pockets that delight in tangling our earbuds. The Spoolee is an easy and quick solution to the problem.


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Spoolee – the quick and easy solution for your earbud cord issues