Technology, trying to make you fitter…..so there. Is it me, or has the consumer tech market moved to a kind of, fitness phase at the moment? Phones, smart watches, and lord knows how many apps are now geared toward you’re getting fit, and in to shape. So much so that the iPhone 5s has a […]Read more "The Whole New Fitness App ….Fad."
Android – It’s growing on me. I’ll put my hand up straight away; I have never owned an Android phone, until recently. My first smartphone was an HTC Touch HD, running Windows Mobile 6.1, and then 6.5 with the HTC Touch UI interface on top. It was slow, clunky but it was like a mini […]Read more "Why I’m Moving To Android…."
Cutting the Cord… Here in the UK there are a number of TV options available. As standard there’s the Freeview service which is exactly as it says, a number of channels free to any one that owns a TV that supports Freeview, and that’s about 90% of the UK population, if not higher. There are […]Read more "Cutting the Cord to your TV – Use the Internet Instead"
So you’re thinking of buying a Chromecast? Google have had a few attempts at getting into the living room space, most notably with Google TV and the Nexus Q, all of which have pretty much largely failed. Google TV failed because not enough TV manufacturers supported it, Google in fact have ceased to support the […]Read more "ChromeCast – What You Need to Know"
Microsoft have been hinting for a while now that their Xbox Music service will be available from the browser, and now, after a period of silence, it has finally been released, and you can use it too, right here: Xbox Music In order to use the Xbox Music service, you will need a Microsoft ID, […]Read more "Cloud Services – Xbox Music, Now Available on the Web"