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  • Five Predictions for the Future of Smartphones in 2019

    2018 has been a fantastic year for smartphones. From wireless chargers going mainstream to the launch of next-generation iPhones – read our writeup of the Brooklyn launch for more information about that – we have seen some impressive new tech hit the market.

    However, 2019 promises to be an even bigger year for the smartphone world, and we’re loving what’s coming around the corner. In our latest article, we cover what we can look forward to throughout this year.

    Man has iphone with mobile screen protector on charge while writing in a book Continue reading
  • How to Protect Your Eyes When Using Your Smartphone

    When we think of protection regarding smartphone devices, our attention usually focusses on the safety of our phones over the wellbeing of one of our most important features – our eyes.

    Close-up of an eye. Continue reading
  • Samsung’s Galaxy S10 has a Fatal Flaw

    Everyone is excited for the upcoming release of Samsung’s next-generation Galaxy S10 smartphones, especially as a new version promises to provide a significant upgrade on the current model. All sounds good so far; however, reports are coming in that Samsung may have ignored a significant design flaw in the devices that could deter people from purchasing.

    Prototype of the new Samsung Galaxy S10. Continue reading
  • How Does the New MacBook Air Measure Up?

    Apple MacBook Air with wireless Apple Mouse

    The MacBook Air is apparently the entry-level cheap subnotebook for Apple laptop users. Apparently, we say, because nobody seems to have told Apple that. With a starting price on release of £1,399 (now dropping to a still eye-watering £949), it was just £50 cheaper than the MacBook Pro, and it is still is a compromise in features for that slight saving.

    Now that the device’s price has stabilised at £949 (the MacBook Pro now starts at £1,149), we take a look at whether the device is worth it for today’s users. Continue reading

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