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Gadgets May 20, 2015

Sum Up – elegant way to accept credit card payments with your phone

Look, the future is inevitably going to be almost completely plastic, whether we want it or not. The extra security, convenience and durability of credit and debit cards makes it a shoe-in really. So if you’re running a small business or service and you can’t accept credit cards, you’re going to be working at a disadvantage. Which is why services like Sum Up are so interesting.


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Sum Up – elegant way to accept credit card payments with your phone

Popcorn In Your Browser – watch movies instantly in your browser for free … for a while

It’s hard not to feel some sympathy for the entertainment industry as they flail around trying to stay up to date with technologies designed to deliver their content free to anyone who wants it. They sue this company, shut down that operation, lobby governments and buy political friends, and still they’re always at least five steps behind the curve. It’s a war all right, with no end in sight. Take this new free movie viewing service for instance.


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Popcorn In Your Browser – watch movies instantly in your browser for free … for a while

FLIR FX – the first multi-purpose action, car and home security camera [Review]
1 Comment   May 19, 2015

FLIR FX – the first multi-purpose action, car and home security camera [Review]

Cameras are a big deal nowadays. We’ve got phone cams, cameras for security, dashcams for the car, action cams for the sporty types, spy cams… and the list goes on. Everyone needs a camera. Now an interesting new product from a major player in the camera arena has hit the shelves and it’s really offering something quite innovative.
Wemp Locator – collaborative crime map helps you protect your smartphone in risky areas [Freeware]
2 Comments   May 19, 2015

Wemp Locator – collaborative crime map helps you protect your smartphone in risky areas [Freeware]

Over 3.1 million smartphones were stolen in the US in 2013, and according to the statistics the problem is growing. As our phones become more sophisticated and more expensive, it’s logical to expect them to become more desirable targets for street villains and others. Despite all the talk of kill-switches and suchlike, there appears to be no way to avoid the increasing crime wave at the moment. Or is there?

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