Monthly Archives: June 2019

  • How to Securely Get Work Done on the Train

    Whether your laptop holds the nuclear codes, the highly secret coca-cola recipe or some boring spreadsheets, you’ll likely want to keep your business to yourself. When travelling on public transport such as a train, it’s hard to keep sensitive information out of the eye line of your fellow passengers. Especially so without being rude or completely obvious about your intentions; although this is an option! In this article, we take a look at how you can adapt your behaviour, along with your hardware and software to ensure your business stays your own when working on a train.

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  • Should You Get the New Huawei P30 Pro?

    Huawei is a Chinese brand and has been around for a while, but it has become increasingly popular over the last few years. As they continue to bring out incredible new devices, more people are starting to steer away from other brands such as Apple and Samsung and look to purchase Huawei products instead. The Huawei P30 Pro was released in March 2019, and over the last three months, it has proven to be quite the contender in the mobile phone industry.

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  • Is Samsung's $2,000 Phone Worth It?

    As technology advances, smartphones are becoming increasingly intelligent and therefore, more expensive. For creators, to cover the costs that incur when developing incredible devices, the price must increase for the customer. Samsung announced back in November 2018 that they were going to launch a smartphone that would cost nearly $2,000! This shocked many and left people wondering what is so amazing about this device to justify it being so pricey?

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  • Why Connecting to Unknown WiFi Networks is so Risky

    Connecting to free WiFi seems like a harmless way of accessing online content without spending your own money on data and, in 2019, people are more than willing to trade personal information for free internet access. In fact, most wouldn’t even think twice about connecting to public networks. However, there has long-since been debate over the security of these so-called hotspots and what that actually means in terms of safety. Whether accessing through a mobile device or laptop, any sensitive data is at risk of being retrieved by hackers who use open networks as a means to reach vulnerable internet users. Here at Celicious, we offer a range of phone privacy screens to keep your details safe while browsing in public, but unfortunately, there’s only so much we can do to keep your data secure. We’ve taken a look at the known risks of unknown WiFi networks as well as the steps you can take to avoid being taken advantage of.

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