I am a traditional razor guy when it comes to shaving. I remember being 16 and using an electronic shaver which plugged into a power point and hated it. After 12 years, has anything changed?
With wearable technology becoming all the rage, why cant it also look good and blend in with our jewellery… or BE our jewellery? Tory Burch has the answer
I was at my local shopping centre recently and found out about a new co-working space available above the shops. It then had me wondering what it all could mean.
I have been using bluetooth headsets for a while now and recently started using the new Jabra Rox, they’re similar to the Plantronics BackBeat Go - so which is best?
I recently returned from three weeks traveling around the Mediterranean and have put together four tips that you can take advantage of before your next vacation, wherever it may be.
I have recently been REALLY excited by all the new smartwatches that are starting to emerge. We had some small companies grow the market such as Pebble and now the likes of Samsung, LG and Motorola are jumping in. This is great but I feel that they are missing a bigger opportunity here, they need to see these devices as carrots and not bunnies. Let me explain.
I dont have a lot of parties, in fact, I dont have parties. But when I get the right amount of friends to do so I might. No party is a party unless you have music and Sony today showed me the products that deliver the music at said parties.
Last night during the State of Origin we saw what looked like a player wearing a bra revealed during a shirt change. Tonight I learnt what it actually is.
So this morning Facebook for iOS updated and they’ve done the same as recently done to the Android app, hidden the feature to view your recent stories. Here is the workaround.
In the Android camp two devices have risen and are fighting for dominance, the Samsung Galaxy S5 and the HTC One (M8) go head to head to see who should be leader.
The Jawbone Up was originally a good product, did the job yet was a pain to always sync each day. They’ve fixed that in the new Up 24.
Having tested the likes of the Galaxy Gear from Samsung I wondered if the Pebble Steel was too short on features to be “smart” enough, I was wrong.
Your apps on your iPhone or iPad could be taking up more space than you think.
This pair of headphones from Sony has three functions and they’re interesting but are they the three functions consumers want?
Is this bluetooth speaker set to topple the Logitech UE Boom? It certainly has the numbers to back it up.