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3 Tips for Safely Using Your Smartphone For Business

In today’s business world, an increasing amount of business activities are taking place using mobile devices like smartphones. From checking your email to looking at your financials to video chatting with customers or clients, almost all business

3 Tips For Taking Better Care Of Your Work Computer

If you have a work computer that you can take into the office and then bring home with you when necessary, you’ve got a much higher chance of having something happen to your device. From moving its

Is Technology Taking Over Our Souls?

In the past, people used-technology as a tool to survive. Today we are witnessing a shift in which technology plays an important role in our society, it is no longer a survival tool but a means of

Tech Essentials for Safe Travels

Travel is about relaxing, finding out new things, and setting off on a mutual adventure with your partner, friends, or family. It is one of the greatest pleasures in life, but before you set off on a

The best low-cost tablets for under £200

If you are heading for university and want a tablet with a decent battery life, a HD-quality screen and a good camera, here are the best deals for less than £200.

Peak smartphone pushes Laird off a cliff

Until yesterday, few people were more enamoured of the iPhone than Laird, the British electronics and technology business that supplies parts to stop Apple’s smartphone overheating. That love affair ended abruptly yesterday when the company slashed its

Nokia’s smartphones struggle to set the right tone

Pressure mounted on Stephen Elop yesterday as Nokia reported disappointing sales of its new range of smartphones.

Lenovo ousts HP as king of PC makers

Lenovo has stolen the crown of the world’s biggest personal computer maker from Hewlett-Packard in a defining milestone for the Chinese brand.

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