With many people now facing the prospect of working from home to protect themselves against coronavirus what can you do to ease the transition? As someone that has worked from home (and therefore ‘self-isolated’) for 21 years there are a number of considerations along with a few tips and tricks to make the most of it.
I was in the market for a 43” mid-range smart TV. The Samsung Q60R and Sony XG8396 stood out as both were advertised as smart, but Android appeared to be more flexible and with more apps than Samsung’sTizen OS. After much deliberation I opted for the Sony, whose picture quality didn’t disappoint. So why did I return it within 24 hours and why is the Samsung so much better?
Martin Bailey has now completed his 9th book, entitled 'How to implement a manufacturing system', it will be used by 123 Insight Ltd as part of a promotional programme.
In 2015 Pebble released what was to be their last smartwatch. Three years later, and after acquiring the Pebble IP and key staff in 2016, Fitbit have released the closest thing to a worthy successor. With Apple Watch decimating all others in the smart wearables sector, is there room for a new smartwatch, and is the Fitbit Versa actually any good?
Smartphone cameras have moved on in leaps and bounds over the last few years, but you can still squeeze a little more out of them for around £25. I've taken a look at PNY's 4-in-1 lens kit, which works for iPhone and Android.
At over £100 these headphones are pricier than many Bluetooth headsets, but they have an ace up their sleeve - they are extremely lightweight, IP68 waterproofed to 2m and include 4GB of in-built memory. Does this warrant the extra cash and why would you need it?
The average family home now has over a dozen devices connected to the internet – laptops, tablets and phones, not to mention smart speakers, TV streaming boxes and newer ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT) devices. So, how can you take advantage of technology at home and keep it safe from hackers?
Short answer? You can’t. Well, at least not 100%. But there is a great deal you can do to make it much more difficult for hackers to attack.
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