A bike bell is just a bell, right? Is it worth spending £20 on a new one? The OI bell not only looks and sounds different to traditional bells, but it also frees up space on your handlebars, which may be important to you when trying to cram as much technology on there as possible.
If rose gold is your preferred colour of iPhone you might want to accessorise it whilst still maintaining some colour coordination. I took a look at two such products that will add both functionality and style to your prized possession.
Being of ‘a certain age’ I grew up with the Sinclair ZX81, ZX Spectrum and BBC Micro, and as such was at the start of the home computer gaming explosion. Whilst these games pale into comparison with today’s 4K shoot ‘em ups there’s still a great deal of enthusiasm for playing these games. Fortunately you can build your own multi-platform console emulator using the Raspberry Pi.
Did you power up your laptop only to be confronted by the yellow triangle of anguish over the WiFi icon of your Windows 10 PC? You are not alone.
Polk continues their invasion into the Bluetooth speaker market with the petite wearable Boom Bit, but is it any good?
Looking for a way to keep your phone securely mounted on your bike? PNY's quick-release bike mount might be just what you're looking for.
Polk may not be a brand that is immediately familiar when considering a Bluetooth speaker, but they are releasing an interesting range of devices. The Boom Swimmer Duo is a small, rugger, portable speaker with a twist – literally - whose sound belies its diminutive size.
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