Apple Reviews

Best Tablet Deals of September 2018

Not quite smartphone, not quite laptop – yes, it’s the humble tablet. Globally popularised by the iPad in 2010, you’d be hard pressed to find a household without one or two knocking about. But tablets are expensive given their capabilities rarely match those of a PC or Mac. Some are cheaper though, and tablets are an ideal media consumption device, especially on the go. The good news is there are often cheap tablet deals about, and retailers can give big discounts to…

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Best Smartwatch Deals of September 2018

Smartwatches are getting better every year. They can now last for more than a day without a charge despite their tiny size while staying linked to your phone. Some give notifications and tell you when it’s going to rain while others can function as full-blown phones, untethered from your phone completely like the Apple Watch Series 3. Best smartwatch deals Here are the best deals we’ve come across. For more smartwatch deals, see our dedicated deals page What smartwatch should you buy?…

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Fitbit Charge 3 Review: Hands-on First Impressions

The Fitbit Charge 3 is the updated version of the Charge 2, Fitbit’s most popular activity tracker to date. The Charge range has a slim design and core fitness features that appeal to many for the price and rich list of health-insight functions. The Charge 3 takes what was good about 2016’s Charge 2 and makes it better by refining the fit, features and accessories to appeal to an audience that may not want to spend £200 or over on one…

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Fitbit Charge 3 Release Date, Price, Specs and Features

Fitbit has announced the Charge 3, a fitness tracker designed to be worn for up to a week between charges that tracks tour every move. Compared to the Charge 2, it retails for less, is fully water- and swim-proof and has a full touchscreen. Despite its familiar design, it’s a decent upgrade from 2016’s Charge 2. Here’s all you need to know about the Fitbit Charge 3. How much does the Fitbit Charge 3 cost? There are two versions of…

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Block People on WhatsApp – Tech Advisor

Since its initial release back in 2009, WhatsApp has gone on to become one of the most popular ways for people to keep in touch. The app now has over 1 billion users, spread across 180 countries, and proved tempting enough for Facebook to pay the best part of $20billion to buy it in 2014. If you’re a regular user of the service, then there is a chance that at some point you’ve come across someone that you’d rather not…

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How to Back Up & Restore WhatsApp

WhatsApp has largely taken over text messaging as our chat platform of choice, so before we know it we have hundreds of conversations, photos, video and other media stored in the app that we’d hate to lose. If you ever have need to reinstall WhatsApp, or you want to install the app on a new phone, you’ll be interested in how you can back up and restore your messages. Even if you’re not reinstalling the app, having a backup can protect…

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iPhone 8s Release Date, Price & Specification Rumours

There’s a lot of debate over what the new iPhone in 2018 will be called. Apple confused the situation somewhat in 2017 by releasing an iPhone 8 (and 8 Plus) and an iPhone X, pronounced ‘ten’. Usually we would expect to see the iPhone 8 followed by an 8s, then 9, 9s, and finally 10. That can’t realistically happen now, so it’s quite possible that Apple will drop its numbering scheme and we’ll get simply iPhone (2018) and iPhone Plus…

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The Best Tech For College & University 2018: Top Back-to-School Gadgets

It may seem old-fashioned, and there will no doubt be printers available at your university, but it often comes in handy to have a printer at home for late-night assignments that need printing before the morning, or those concert tickets you almost forgot. It may work out cheaper to buy a budget printer than to pay for each sheet of paper all year at university, unless your university gives you free printing. The HP Officejet 3831 is inexpensive for the…

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Tech Advisor October 2018 Digital Edition

This month This month we look at Razer’s sleek and stylish Blade 15 gaming laptop, as well as what Acer claims is the thinnest laptop in the world, the Swift 7. Plus, we’ve reviews of the latest and best smartphones, including Asus’s ZenFone 5 and BlackBerry’s KEY2, and G Data’s Total Security antivirus software. We also look at the best smart cameras for both inside and outside the home. All work and no play is no good for anyone, so…

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Best Power Banks 2018: Top Power Bank Reviews

Power banks have come a long way in a short space of time, and while you can just pick up and use any old model you’d be seriously missing out if you did so. With so many differing designs and capacities, and the number, variety and performance of both inputs and outputs, power banks are anything but created equal. The design and capacity of a power bank are probably the two things you’re most likely to consider when choosing a…

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