A recent BBC documentary, Fake Britain, highlighted the rise of counterfeit iPhones in the UK, but fake iPhone chargers are also on the increase and can be dangerous.A genuine iPhone charger actually comprises two products – a power adapter for the wall, plus a ‘Lightning to USB’ cable to … [Read more...] about iPhone chargers – how do you spot a fake?
If you’ve recently updated your PC or laptop to Windows 10, you may be feeling rather pleased that it went without a hitch despite a degree of trepidation.However, if you weren’t paying attention during set-up, you may also have unintentionally accepted some changes to your privacy settings, … [Read more...] about How to change your Windows 10 privacy settings
Do you wish your tablet’s battery life would last for longer? Much longer. Well, Google’s latest version of Android may be able to help.Announced during Google’s I/O developer conference, Android Marshmallow (or Android 6.0) introduces several key new features to the smartphone and tablet … [Read more...] about Android 6 Marshmallow could double your tablet’s battery life
Google is making foray in the uncharted world of Wi-Fi routers aiming to provide better and faster Internet connection as well as to give more people access to its digital services.Google has already entered into the field of providing high speed broadband with Google Fiber so it … [Read more...] about Google launches OnHub WiFi Router with speed of 1900Mbps
Without doubt Apple iPad and the iPad Mini are two of the most popular web tablets on the market. However, they are also two of the most expensive! However, there are other models available if your budget doesn’t stretch that far. Here Chris Price looks at five web tablets with screen sizes of … [Read more...] about Top 5 tablets alternatives to the iPad/iPad Mini now under £200