Wireless Bluetooth Speakers seem to be a popular gadget, for music on the move, at the moment and fortunately there are quite a diverse range of styles available. In this review we’ll be taking a look at one of the …
Now TV, the internet streaming TV service powered by Sky, is available as an app for the Xbox 360 and Now TV are currently providing an introductory bonus to Xbox users in the form of 800 free Xbox points when you sign up for the service.
The offer ends today (28th February) so you need to be quick to take advantage of the offer.
The Olloclip is a three in one lens system that attaches over the rear camera of the iPhone and which provides fish eye, macro, and wide angle capabilities. As the Olloclip is an exterior attachment it is likely to be compatible with pretty much …
According to research by Cisco the number of mobile-connected devices in the world is going to outnumber the number of humans alive today – sometime this year. So, that’s over 7 billion mobile devices and the forecast is for that figure to exceed 10 billion by 2017. Attached to those mobile devices are dangly cables, huge energy requirements, legal disputes and endless frustration at internet performance speeds.
It seems as if the critical mass of take-up, of mobile technology, is exceeding the pace of evolution of the technology to support it.
High definition is the latest area of focus for wireless internet security cameras. Moving away from the limits of the typical 640×480 capture resolution to a much higher resolution, such as 1920×1080, makes security cameras more flexible and suitable for a broader array of scenarios. In this review we will be taking a look at one of the latest high-definition cameras, the Y-Cam Bullet HD1080 Wireless Internet Security Camera (Model: YCBLHD6) currently priced around £338.09.