Stay in sync with the Casio Edifice Bluetooth Watch

Whatever career your life takes you on, it is always important to stay connected and in sync with your family and home. Who better to know about the importance of time keeping and staying in sync than Toro Rosso Formula 1 drivers Carlos Sainz and Daniil Kyvat. Formula 1 involves a lot of travelling, shifting … Read more

Buying a VR Headset for Christmas?

You know that the era of virtual reality has arrived when there is an obscene number of freakout videos going viral.   You get the idea. (There is a never-ending list of videos up on Youtube. Just type in ‘VR Freak Out’.)  It is no surprise then that the news predicts a massive jump in … Read more

Review: Archos 55 Diamond Selfie – Best phone under £200?

When it comes to budget phones, we live in good times. We are pretty much spoilt for choice. You have the likes of Honor chucking out flagship specs at half the prices. You have the likes of Alcatel and Archos giving you good specs at decent prices. Of course, we must bow down to the … Read more

Slay Those Tasks! 4 Must-Have Productivity Apps

Paper planners, wall calendars and notepads – smartphones have made traditional ways of being organised practically obsolete. Even if one does manage to narrow what to do and when, there is a  possibility that an appointment is forgotten or an email gets delayed. Modern day living means that more and more of us are busier … Read more

Leawo announces its Thanksgiving offers – buy one product, get all 7 partner products for free plus great savings!

It’s Thanksgiving time and Leawo has got a cracker of a deal for all its customers and friends. Leawo offers various products to consumers which offer media solutions for computers as well as mobile devices. This Thanksgiving, it has the following three offers: 70% off Leawo Prof. Media Leawo Prof. Media is an all-inclusive media … Read more

The Fourth Industrial Revolution: What will it mean?

Think about the industrial revolution and you’ll probably conjure up images of factories belching out smoke in the 18th and 19th centuries. Yet, according to many observers, this was just the first time in which the way we produced goods changed drastically. The advent of mass production and assembly lines – beginning at the turn … Read more