Whenever I go away from home I have to gather together a combination of chargers and cables. There’s the microUSB charger for my phone and the proprietary battery charger for my camera.
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Every year Orange comes up with some sort of wheeze for music festival season. This year it is Power Wellies.
I’ve been testing mains-free power solutions for a long time. Since way before the wave of such things being trendy.
When I was really quite young but already a great fan of pre 1960s cinema and a budding feminist, I learned that Hedy Lamarr said “Any girl can look glamorous. All you have to do is stand still and look stupid.
Almost a year ago to the day I blogged about the Sony Vaio P. You can read my take here.
Smartphone makers are in a constant battle where battery life is concerned. The more goodies they cram into their handsets, the more power hungry the devices become.
Some interesting statistics were released recently about the take-up of various versions of Android.Calculated on the basis of use of the Android Market in the two weeks up to 3 May 2010, the statistics suggest that huge numbers of people are still using Android 1.
I’m something of a sceptic when it comes to ereaders. The geek in me loves the idea, but the book fan loathes it.
So, you’ve got one of those brain training applications and you think it might help you get into Mensa. Or maybe your sights are a bit lower and you just think it might boost your ability to think more quickly than you currently do or even keep calm in a crisis.
Emporia makes mobile phones for older people. At its Web site it says ‘Emporia is the worldwide technology leader for 50+ mobile phones’.