Categories
Gadgets Home & Entertainment Smart Homes

5 smartest kitchen gadgets that foodies will fall for in 2017

Guest author: Kostas Chiotis is a technology enthusiast and blogger. You can check out his tech blog at Techisignals.com and follow him on Facebook and Twitter. While our technology has grown by leaps and bounds, one thing doesn’t seem likely to change any time soon: we all need to eat. While you could try your hand […]

Categories
Car Tech Sponsor Travel

First impressions of Philips ADR810 dash cam

Disclamer: I’d like to thank Philips for sponsoring this article and sending out their ADR810 dash cam for me to test out. As always, all opinions are my own and sponsorship doesn’t influence my content in any way. Read my full disclaimer page here.  While motorcyclists power along our roads with action cams fitted on their […]

Categories
Gadgets Guest Article

The 5 best gifts for the Star Wars fan in your life

Star Wars has long been on the minds of the young and the young at heart when the holiday seasons are approaching, and for over 30 years now the gifts given have been up-to-date with the current movie releases from that ever-relevant film series. This year is no different, and for the Star Wars fan […]

Categories
Apps & Software Artificial Intellgience

Cleo: An AI assistant that helps manage your money via messages

If logging into your bank apps to check your balances feels long-winded and all you want is a quick breakdown of where your money is going, Cleo could very well be your solution. This clever little AI assistant lives in your iMessage or Facebook messenger apps, and is basically ready to give you a breakdown […]

Categories
Gadgets Travel

What’s In My Bag: The Tech I Travel With

I’ve spent the last month or so travelling while working remotely — something I like to call a “workation” — and being the geek I am, my backpack wouldn’t be complete without some crucial tech & gadgets. In this post, I want to quickly cover some of the tech I take with me and why; […]

Categories
Gadgets Home & Entertainment Reviews Smartphone & Tablet Accessories

Elgato EyeTV W Review: Live TV For Your iOS & Android Devices

Elgato’s EyeTV W is a small, portable device that essentially makes it easy for you to watch live freeview TV wherever you are — assuming you have a a good signal, of course — *without* the need to use your internet connection. Instead, EyeTV connects to your device

Categories
Gadgets Smartphone & Tablet Accessories

Project Wedge: A Portable Projector For Your Tablet

Getting media from your tablet on to a bigger screen hasn’t always been the easiest of tasks. Even if you resort to using a media streamer like Apple TV or a Roku for example, you’re still reliant on a TV and power source to get that done. Intent on solving that problem and making it […]

Categories
Apps & Software Computing Hints & Tips Mac OS X

How To Access the Wi-Fi Scanner in Mac OS X Mavericks

If your Wi-Fi signal keeps dropping off, then changing the wireless channel your network is using can be a great solution. To find the best wireless channel to use, Mac users would typically use the native Wi-Fi scanner but since the upgrade to OS X Mavericks, it seemingly disappeared from the Wireless Diagnostics Utility. So, if you […]

Categories
Smartphone & Tablet Accessories

BlueLounge Saidoka iPhone Dock Review

Take a good look at BlueLounge’s selection of products and you’ll notice a common trend — they’re all really well designed and do a fantastic job at keeping your work space efficient and organised.

Categories
Gadgets Smartphone & Tablet Accessories

Goodbye USB Cable, Hello ChargeCard

Being a fan of useful, well-designed gadgets, I couldn’t resist the temptation of contacting Nomad about the end product of their Kickstarter campaign; the ChargeCard. Designed to be a more convenient, portable and hassle-free alternative to your traditional USB cable, Nomad’s ChargeCard is