One day there will be no batteries, no chargers, no wires to connect our devices to power sources. All of our smartphones and tablets will be powered by solar energy and all we’ll need is a brief walk in the sunshine to have enough charge for a year. However, until that glorious day arrives, you may want to check out HUB IT, a sleek, black, Italian-designed charging dock that covers all of your charging needs. [More...]
Everyone loves a smartphone, and the iPhone is the undeniable king of the market. For proof, you need only look at the advanced orders that pour in whenever Apple announces an iPhone upgrade, and the long lines of expectant fans/customers that wait impatiently outside their local shops for a chance to get their hands on the latest model. It’s a tech love story, and one that has been going on for years. But, as they say, “The course of true love doesn’t always run smooth,” and many iPhone users find that their new smartphone has a few unexpected bugs that need sorting out. But never fear, we’ve put together a list of five of the most common problems iPhone users face. Better yet, we’ve included some simple solutions to those problems.
Is that long, dreary commute to work getting you down every day? Have you got a long-haul flight coming up? Or do you simply just love word games? If you answered yes to any of these questions, Hooked On Words is for you. Even if there was a ‘no’ in there, download this app anyway: it’s brilliant. [More...]
Going once! Going twice! Sold! To you, the genius who downloaded this app for only $0.99. If you’re after fast-paced excitement and fancy yourself as a bit of a risk-taker, then this is the app for you. Auction Hunter gives you a chance to battle against the big boys as you bid over ‘lots’ containing everything from bath tubs to motorcycle helmets. Well, those two items go together like gin and tonic, don’t they? [More...]
Pictures are now part of our everyday lives. We are taking photos of everything at every opportunity – from family and friends through to food and flowers. Whether we own a DLSR, compact camera or a mobile phone, we are snapping away and sharing our creations with the rest of the world online.
But is there more that we can do than share our photographs on social media sites like Facebook, Instagram or Flickr? Facebook users alone are uploading a whopping 350 million photos each day, so how can we make sure our own are seen? If you want to make better use of your iPhone photos, follow our advice below: