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Guinness World Records iPad app

By Jack Ratcliffe -

Until now, the only record related to the iPad was fastest selling tablet computer. Now, thanks to the Guinness World Records: At Your Fingertips app, users can use the Apple device to break three world records – sprinting, spelling and… Read article


Mili iPhone Power Pack 4 – Just in case

By Shem Pennant -

You’d be churlish to deny that smartphones are a wonder of the modern age. Whichever fruit or robot-based feudal camp you find yourself attached to, the fact that for a relatively low price, people can walk around with a tiny… Read article


Samsung WB2000 review: On my Christmas wishlist

By Naomi Mackay -

The Samsung WB2000 is the second compact camera I’ve reviewed from Samsung this week, and like the waterproof WP10, the build quality is admirable. Out of the box, it impresses with its matte black surround, which makes it easy to… Read article


Samsung WP10 review: shiny happy snapper

By Naomi Mackay -

First impressions of the shiny red Samsung WP10 that arrived in the post were pretty good. It’s a waterproof camera (up to 3m) and as such is really solidly built, with slide-to-lock solid flaps for camera and memory card. The… Read article


Jabra’s CRUISER2 in-car speakerphone

By Gabrielle Pickard -

Holding a mobile in one hand and the steering wheel in another is a definite no-no for obvious reasons. Whilst contemporary society has become so au fait with being ‘connected and contactable’, whist on the go, innovative ‘hands-free’ mobile devices… Read article


The best gadgets and apps to lull a baby to sleep

By Gabrielle Pickard -

If you have a baby that sleeps well you are in the lucky minority. But for the unlucky majority, a baby’s frequent waking leads to sleep serious depravation and leaves parents feeling utterly knackered. Today’s technology and gadgets have a… Read article


Jabra ACTIVE headset: Making keep fit a little more fun

By Gabrielle Pickard -

Let’s face it, nearly all of us are sports enthusiasts in early January. But what cuts the serious from those on an exercising whim, is that the latter’s impulse has almost always been vanquished come February. This is where the… Read article