We need to talk about YOUR privacy

I guess we are all too busy deciding if to leave the EU or if to stay in. Or maybe loosing all our marbles deciding which Oneplus ‘peer’ to give a review device too. However the Labour backed investigatory powers bill has been passed by UK parliament while no one was paying attention.
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Technology Is Helping to Silently Kill You

No it has nothing to do with radio waves, magnetic fields, or any other obvious way we thought technology could kill us. It’s getting to your body in a very slow, stealthy way and you won’t even realise it. What’s more, new evidence claims that it doesn’t matter how healthy you are for the rest of your life.
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Google I/O from outside the bubble

I watch Google I/O every year, but then again I also watch WWDC, Microsoft build and all others I can. Im a tech fan, but I have chosen to use Apple products because they fit into my life the best. I review Android hardware on a regular basis for mobiletechtalk, and host two podcasts — so Im not fanboy.
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Apple is no longer just a hardware company

Since the companies inception in 1976, Apple have been held in high regard for their hardware. Woz produced revolutionary designs for motherboards and circuitry, and Steve was so obsessed with even the design of internal components that nothing left the company without achieving a certain level of design and engineering beauty.
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Besiter Mercury Powerbank Review

Ever been taken out by the dreaded red battery level when yo want to get something done. Thats more of an open question, because we all have. Our mobile life is increasingly battery heavy so to avoid that warning boxes before your day is done, you need a power bank. Heres my review of the Besiter Mercury Powerbank.
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Please show me ads

I don’t know about you but I am sick to death of the debate about Internet adverts. Ad blockers are not a new invention, they have existed on desktop for years – yet here we are having this conversation again because of Apple.
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Strava Review - the Next Level in Exercise Motivation

Well, it’s February, still the time of year that packs out the gyms, every shop is trying to sell you gear to get you active, and all the exercise companions appear. There is no reason to bother with all the new apps and gadgets as there is a reasonably old one that could be the best of them all. Strava combines performance recording with friendly competition for everyone from fit...
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Nexus 6p - When P Means Premium

Well they finally did it. Google finally listened to all us geeks and produced a premium phone for the 7th generation of its Nexus line. A show stopper, Google produced the pinnacle of what they believe an android phone should be, and how it should work. This is the Nexus 6p — and when p stands for premium all others should take note.
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Making the tock worth it - iPhone 6s review

It’s a weird thing the S upgrade of the iPhone, it is often overlooked — but always brings in features that become staples of the hardware line. The touch ID sensor with the 5s and Siri with the 4s, these models are not just the ‘tock’ to the redesigned models ‘tick’. However as every Cosplayer finds out, putting and S on something doesn’t make it super, after a stellar year can Apple...
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