Brits sitting on a whopping £16 BILLION of unused gadgets

A poll of 2,000 adults found they each have an estimated average up to £300 worth of items such as printers, CD players and camcorders stowed away which could be worth a small fortune. In fact, some have even clung on to retro items dating back to the 90s, including Walkmans and Game Boys. But while…

9 Top Tips to Save Money on Tech and Computing

Laptops and devices are a vital part of everyday life for many people, and if they break or need replacing unexpectedly it can be a huge cost.  With the cost of living crisis putting a huge strain on household budgets, non-essential expensive purchases are likely to be put on hold. But sometimes when an essential…

Cool and Creative AI-based Apps for Kids

Not sure what to build with your Lego? Let us introduce Brickit, an app that can help you decide. Think Artificial Intelligence (AI) and you may be conjuring up images of incredibly powerful software that at some point in the future will transform the way we live. AI use is, however,…

What You Should Be Doing to Make Gadgets Last Longer

Technology can help you to do many things in life, but it can also be expensive. You can spend a lot of money on a smartphone or a laptop, and then it might only last a handful of years. If you want to avoid replacing your gadgets regularly, you need to take care of them…

Navigate around dog poo with the new Roomba robotic vacuum cleaner

Robotic vacuum cleaner company iRobot has announced a new model. Powered by what the company calls iRobot Genius 3.0, and featuring PrecisionVision Navigation, the Roomba j7+ is designed to get smarter with each use. The robot learns how best to navigate your floors, remembering specific rooms and certain furniture, to clean where it’s most needed.…

What are some of the top gadgets in 2021?

SMARTPHONE: APPLE IPHONE 12  Are you a PC or a Mac? It's that old advert from around a decade ago, but the sentiment has never changed. People still divide themselves into separate technology camps and insist their choices are superior. Who knows, maybe they're right, certainly every product has its strengths and weaknesses.  Still, in…

Parents spending £1000 on children’s tech this Xmas

Parents are expected to spend nearly £1,000 on their children's tech this Christmas. Nearly half of children are hoping for the brand-new PlayStation 5 which retails at almost £450, while 43 per cent have their fingers crossed for a set of Apple AirPods which sell for around £160. A third of children have a new…

Withings ScanWatch can help monitor COVID-19 symptoms

After gaining approval for medical use, Withings has announced the European availability of its ScanWatch to the general public - a device that can measure low blood oxygen levels present during COVID-19 and other illnesses. Developed by cardiologists and sleep experts, it is believed to be the world's first clinically validated hybrid smartwatch to detect…

Brits now spend more on tech than on utilities

The average adult will cough up nearly £1million in bills over their lifetime - and now spends more on tech than they do on utilities, a study has found. Research polling 2,000 UK adults found they will spend a total of £926,720 on gas, electricity, water, their phone and other bills during the course of…