We use billions of single-use plastic bags, disposable coffee cups, plastic water bottles, straws and more every year. Today, I want to let you know about a few small changes we can all make in our everyday lives to help reduce these numbers and make a difference to our environment.
We are living in a time where our smartphones, tablets and smartwatches are getting to a point where all the big things have been done, so what’s the next big thing? Is it AR Glasses? Let’s discuss in today’s blog post.
When you’re at school, college or university it can be hard to keep track of everything you need to do and everywhere you need to be. That’s why I use iStudiez Pro to manage all my classes, assignments and grades. Here’s my app review.
Family Sharing on iOS lets you share iTunes, iBooks and App Store purchases, an Apple Music family plan, and iCloud storage. Your family also has a shared a photo album and a family calendar, and even help locate each other’s missing devices, let’s check it out.
Apple recently came out with its answer to both the Sonos sound systems and smart speakers such as the Amazon Echo and Google Home. The HomePod. Today I want to look back nearly twelve years at Apple’s first attempt at a speaker, the iPod Hi-Fi.
Duet Display allows you to connect your iPad to a Mac or PC and use it as a second screen to help increase your productivity by giving you extra space to work on your projects.
The Raspberry Pi is a small single-board computer developed in the United Kingdom by the Raspberry Pi Foundation. It runs the Raspbian OS built on top of Linux. There are many projects you can do with one of these little computers. Today I’m going to tell you about five projects which I have undertaken myself.
Normal tills? self-checkouts? There’s a new kid in our supermarkets, the Scan and Go Apps and handheld terminals, the supermarkets claim these systems make our weekly shop faster and easier, find out my experience of them in today’s blog post.
When Apple removed the headphone jack on the iPhone 7 everyone seemed to be up in arms. This got me thinking could we live with no ports on our phones? Today I explore the options of how to use your phones without plugging anything into it.
Some of you may know that I’m not a big fan of cash for many reasons, storing the cash somewhere, having to count it out, etc. It’s easier to just present your card or phone to the reader and go. So I gave myself a little challenge, to last from 25th August to the 25th September which just Apple Pay, no cash, no card, just my phone, how did I get one? Was I able to do it?