Amazon Kindle Kids Edition now just £69 with 2 year QUIBBLE FREE guarantee

Black Friday deals are already here and now you can get the Amazon Kindle Kids 7″ Edition now just £69 with 2 year QUIBBLE FREE guarantee, or the larger 8″ screen for just £89. The Kindle for Kids comes feature packed, but most of all, has an industry leading 2 year quibble free guarantee. If […]

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Control Switches and Devices in your home using Amazon Echo

You can now control switches and devices in your home using Amazon Echo and it’s cheaper than ever. I was recently bought the Amazon Echo 2 for a gift and within 5 minutes I was able to turn on lights, switch off slow cookers and all manner of things and it’s easier and cheaper than […]

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Vodafone Secure Net – what is it and do you need to pay for it?

Vodafone Secure Net is marketed by the telecoms company as “a simple way to protect all of your devices on our mobile network” and sneaked onto my bill when I recently renewed my contract.  Vodafone claim that it protects their customers from viruses, malware and phishing sites as well as offering some other options including […]

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The PowerHit Disposable Charger is criminal

In a world where many of us are trying to do our best to save vital resources, the PowerHit Disposable Charger appears in Tesco superstores around the UK and it should be illegal in my opinion. This small device is sold for around £3 and claims to provide Android or iPhone device “up to 2 […]

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NHS ransomware

NHS could be in breach of Data Protection Act over Ransomware attack

The recent ransomware attack on the NHS may leave the organisation open to prosecution under data protection laws. Rumours are circulating that NHS Trusts across the UK are still using the outdated and unsupported Windows XP operating system, for which the creators – Microsoft – ended support in April 2014. Windows XP no longer receives […]

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NHS ransomware

How the NHS Ransomware attack occurred and how to prevent it

On 12th May 2017 the NHS was hit by a ransomware attack which bought many hospitals, GP surgeries and Accident & Emergency departments to their knees. The cyber attack locked thousands of NHS staff members out of computer systems and encrypted data so that records, emails and other documents could not be accessed. By the end […]

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Amazon value of the month – April 2017

This month, Amazon have had their usual crazy offers. Here are some of the best purchases I’ve made: Lenovo Ideapad 15.6 – loads of great features in this laptop, with Windows 10 and a decent sized 500GB hard drive for just £249, delivered free with Amazon Prime membership.     The Moonli Multi tool – […]

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Hoaey shower head review

Hoaey shower head review – the cheapest way to transform your shower

When I first read about the Hoaey shower head I was very skeptical about the claims made by the manufacturer. However, once I read the reviews, I figured that hundreds of positive comments couldn’t be wrong. My electric shower was a few years old but like many cold-feed showers was pretty useless. I had thought […]

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Gig Bag – Suggestions and reviews for Performers & Techs

As a musician, singer and occasional sound engineer, I find I have to carry lots of equipment with me to gigs. I had various bags (one for a microphone and various leads, one for my Macbook Pro) and another with various bits and pieces in it. What I wanted was a Gig Bag – just […]

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Using 4G as Business Internet Solution

When my company recently moved premises, we found a great plot of land. Previously a farm, it had plenty of space for our expanding business, lots of storage and plenty of space for a new purpose built office. The problem was that the BT Broadband connection was a maximum of 1.2MB due to the distance […]

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