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12 iPhone apps to improve your life

iPhone apps can be life-changing. Whether you want to lose weight, become a social media influencer, start your own business or just find a new workout routine, online apps can give you the tools to change your life. If you have a goal that you want to achieve – no matter what it is

By | July 31st, 2019|Categories: iPhone|0 Comments

How your iPhone can help your healthy eating and exercise plans

Following a healthy eating and exercise plan isn’t always easy. We all struggle to stick to fitness regimes that we put in place, whether you’ve started focusing on your health as a long-term commitment or just want to lose a couple of pounds before you go on holiday. Here’s the good news: finding the

By | July 24th, 2019|Categories: Apps, iPhone, Wellness|Comments Off on How your iPhone can help your healthy eating and exercise plans

What phone should I buy in 2019?

Our phones have become an almost essential part of daily life. Living in this hyperconnected world, we’ve become addicted to checking our phones, tablets, smartwatches and updating our devices at the earliest possible opportunity. There’s a mind-boggling array of phones available right now, ranging in cost from £15 to over £1,000. We won’t be

By | July 23rd, 2019|Categories: Mobile phone|Comments Off on What phone should I buy in 2019?

Xiaomi announces new smartphone for young people

July 19, 2019 Xiaomi recently announced the Mi CC which is aimed at younger smartphone users. The phone, part of its Mi brand, is described by the company in a blog post as “chic, cool, colourful and creative”, and is targeted at “the global young generation with its trendy design and camera features”. Xiaomi

By | July 19th, 2019|Categories: Mobile phone|Comments Off on Xiaomi announces new smartphone for young people

Top 5 productivity apps for iPhone

The app as we know it turned ten years old in 2018, writes Business of Apps. In that same year, Apple  chief executive Tim Cook revealed that there were 20 million registered iOS developers catering to some 500 million weekly visitors to the App Store alone. Statistics shared by TechJury found that a whopping

By | July 18th, 2019|Categories: Apps, iPhone|Comments Off on Top 5 productivity apps for iPhone

What to expect from 5G

Let’s just remind ourselves how far mobile technology has come over the past few decades. Back in the day, 1975 to be precise, the first ever mobile phone call was made. Since then, we have fast-forwarded through various iterations of data transfer protocols, all with increasing speeds, well up to the 2000's.   Throughout

By | June 30th, 2019|Categories: Android, Apple, iPhone, Mobile phone|Comments Off on What to expect from 5G

Which mobile OS is the best for you?

Modern smartphone hardware comes with all sorts of bells and whistles – displays, hyper-modern screen material, superb cameras and elegant and unusual designs. However, what underpins all this eye-catching technology is the phone’s operating system; the software platform on top of which other programs can run. It’s the foundation for everything from the fingerprint sensor

By | June 28th, 2019|Categories: Android, Apple, Mobile phone, Software|Comments Off on Which mobile OS is the best for you?

What happened to Huawei? Will it affect phones in the UK?

Huawei is one of the biggest names in the smartphone market. The third biggest, in fact – with Apple in second place and Samsung taking the top spot.   According to data shared by Counterpoint Research, Huawei held 15% of the global market share in the final quarter of 2018. This compares to 17%

By | June 26th, 2019|Categories: Mobile phone, Uncategorized|Comments Off on What happened to Huawei? Will it affect phones in the UK?

Phones are making kids grow horns? Not quite

Apparently, young people are growing horns as a result of phone use. Two health science researchers at Australia's University of the Sunshine Coast, David Shahar and Mark Sayers, made this bizarre discovery after examining hundreds of x-rays of people's skulls and spines. In their study, the pair looked at bony growths called external occipital

By | June 24th, 2019|Categories: Mobile phone|Comments Off on Phones are making kids grow horns? Not quite