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Jun 19
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The Best Smart TVs

Published in News, Other News | Written by Rhys

2014 appears to be the year of the Smart TV. With so many different releases, it has been hard for customers to find the ideal TV that will truly break the mould. Pairing the cost of the device itself with the costs of other things such as extended warranty means that there is little margin […]

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May 30
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Virgin Media Tivo review

Published in News, Other News | Written by Rhys

TiVo has been available in the United States for years now and it’s slowly making its way over to the UK (finally). Virgin have always been at the forefront of digital movements, having been the first provider to let you watch BBCiPlayer through their set top box. It’s of little surprise that they’ve pushed things […]

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May 30
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Are over 60s now digital natives?

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The rapid and seemingly never-ending advances in technology have seen massive changes in the way in which we interact with the world. Younger generations have completely embraced this and it has undoubtedly changed the way in which they live. Older generations have, until now, been perceived to be uninterested in the digital world. According to […]

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May 20
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Win a Jaguar F-Type Track Day

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Everybody likes competitions and today none other than luxury sports car brand Jaguar has launched a n advertising campaign called ‘British Villains’ to support the launch of their F-TYPE Coupé sports car.  The advertising campaign is unlike no other form of advertising you would typically expect from a car manufacturer. Instead of a boring TV […]

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May 19
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Finding A Job: There’s An App For That

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Technology is very much at the heart of most things we do in life these days; you would be hard-pressed to do any work without the assistance of computers, smartphones, tablets or other electronic gadgets.

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Apr 25
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Putting the spotlight on LED torches

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Image by mjtmail (tiggy) It’s easy to see why LEDs are the growing trend in torches. Chances are, unless you’re conscientious about always checking the bulb and batteries are in good working order, at some time you’ve clicked the on-switch of a torch and nothing has happened. There are two main disadvantages with a traditional torch: bulbs […]

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Apr 23
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Technology and Science come together to cure baldness

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Some of the best things have come out of science and technology coming together, and this latest is great news for both men and women alike who suffer from baldness. If you have been a sufferer of baldness, and have tried every treatment on the market, you may feel like that the world is against […]

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Apr 23
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Apps to Transform You Into a Mathematical Genius

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Whether you’re a student enrolled in a maths class, at college, university, or simply looking to improve your skills, there’s an app out there that can help you. The following 5 apps are designed for the iPhone and iPad, and really help to improve your skills – taking your from average Joe in the maths […]

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Apr 17
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How Gadgets Have Changed Our Emergency Services For The Better

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Whatever your opinion of the emergency service, you can’t deny that many of them work their hardest to keep us all safe. From catching burglars to putting out fires and saving lives, the men and women of the emergency services work tirelessly to make the country a safer place. With the world of technology changing […]

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Apr 09
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Waton IBEX-1000/Ultra Portable Battery Tester Review

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Used by public sector organisations and large companies such as the South Korean Railway Corporation and Storage Battery Systems in the United States, the Waton IBEX-1000/Ultra portable battery tester has come to be a popular and relied-upon device of its type around the world. Introducing the Waton IBEX-1000/Ultra Some of you may have heard of […]

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