App installs are declining, but that’s a good thing

Smartphone traffic may have doubled between 2014 and 2016, but the latest study from Adobe suggests that app installs and repeat usage is on the decline. Reviewing the number of downloads between 2014 and 2016, Adobe found the number of installs has dropped by 5% in Europe. Taking this data, the Adobe … [Read more...]

Jaybird X3 review: the best exercise headphones

I had previously reviewed the Jaybird X2 headphones, which I dubbed the best headphones for exercise. When I was asked to review the recently released Jaybird X3 headphones, I found it hard to resist. The X3's are very similar to their predecessors in many ways--the main differences being improved sound, a … [Read more...]

VR is elevating potential for online casino games

The stories and fiction movies about the virtual reality have been around for a couple of decades now. It’s no secret that with the invention of computers and internet in particular lots of IT companies have thought of going further, focusing all the attention on the future technologies. When the streaming … [Read more...]

The most innovative modern medical wearables and devices

Wearable technology has been used for medical purposes in the market for the past decade. Apple, Samsung, and Fitbit have been at the forefront of the health tracking movement, but wearable technology has the capability to dig deeper. In fact, wearables are becoming key to combatting some of medicine’s most … [Read more...]

Rugby is leading the way in sports tech, how far behind are other sports?

Although decision-making technology is breaking into sports more often with things like goal-line technology in football and the Snickometer in cricket, many would argue that technological assistance could be used a lot more often. One sport that is leading the way in terms of taking advantage of tech … [Read more...]

Review: CyberGhost VPN

CyberGhost is one of the leading VPN services, which gives customers an opportunity to hide their IP-address, protect their personal data and receive an access to the content, which is restricted in some countries. There are a lot of VPN services, some of them are free, others offer paid versions, but none of … [Read more...]

What’s the future of The New York Times look like?

Interesting and in-depth analysis by Om Malik on the New York Times and the company's future, which will likely be less reliant on advertising in the years to come. Wired magazine recently published, Keeping Up with the Times, a story about the New York Times and its slow & painful transition to a … [Read more...]

Your home assistant may also become your next home phone

Most people think of speakers as devices that let them receive content such as music, chapters from audio books or radio broadcasts. However Amazon and Google are two mega companies that are looking at ways to allow consumers to make phone calls with their home assistant devices that are essentially "smart … [Read more...]

Nostalgia or genius: why is Nokia relaunching the 3310?

One of the biggest selling phones on the market – or at least it was at the turn of the century – the Nokia 3310 is more myth than reality in 2017. Fondly remembered by older generations for its nearly perfect design, the candy-bar or “brick” device is perhaps better known amongst youngsters as a meme, an … [Read more...]

Apple customers: be on the lookout for phishing scams

Apple customers have been targeted by scammers using fake invoices from iTunes, App Store and Netflix. The invoices are emailed to Apple users, believed to be in the many thousands, which are then allowing cyber criminals to access bank details and other personal information. The emails are aimed at making … [Read more...]

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