Busy parents admit they regularly hand-over their smartphone or tablet to their children – to grab some peace and quiet, a study has found. Researchers found a large percentage of mums and dads who own up-to-date high-tech devices will happily let their children play with them in a bid to catch up with household chores or grab a quiet ten minutes.
Logitech has announced four new tablet accessories designed specifically for the new, iPad Air. The Logitech FabricSkin Keyboard Folio, Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover, Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Folio and Logitech Folio Protective Case for the new iPad all provide protection against accidental bumps, scratches and spills while remaining ultra-thin and light.
With up to 20hrs playback the SC-NA10 boasts the longest playback time currently available, providing longer listening and greater convenience.
Nikon has announced the Df, a new D-SLR dedicated to pure photography that boast looks inspired by Nikon’s iconic 35mm film cameras and technology from the latest professional models.
Brits collectively spend £9 billion a year on new devices and carry more than £22 billion worth of gadgets on their person, according to research from Affinion International.
An increase in the number of high-value portable gadgets has contributed to a rise of more than 40% in the average cost of thefts from homes over the last three years, according to home insurer Zurich – that’s despite a drop in the number of burglary claims.
Laptops, tablets and smartphones are becoming increasingly integral to our everyday lives. This means we have to handle and work with different types of data on a daily basis, but what do they all mean?
Despite costing at least £37 a month for just 16GB of storage, Apple’s flash iPhone 5S Gold, boasting fingerprint ID technology, was the UK’s most popular phone in October, according to the uSwitch.com Mobile Tracker, which is based on live searches, pre-orders and sales. Apple handsets have topped the chart since March 2013.
An exclusive, enhanced customer version of the Mile Tracker app from Mercedes-Benz UK has launched. The enhanced version now includes a Fuel Finder element that can be unlocked when customers enter the registration plate of their Mercedes-Benz.
New research from Xerox suggests that ‘product rage’ is causing stress in households around the UK.
In a landmark development within the antiques market, Cash in the Attic Ltd, the company behind the global antiques portal CashintheAttic.com, has announced the launch of a new app that allows iOS users to receive antique valuations directly via their mobile device or tablet.
Nikon has announced the D5300, the first DX-format D-SLR to feature built-in Wi-Fi and GPS.
Released this week, the 24 CT Gold HTC One Mini comes in a choice of luxurious Gold, Rose Gold or Platinum. In colours Silver or Black, the top of the range device blends high-specification design with state of the art technology.
The new a7 from Sony delivers all of the advantages of a 35mm full frame image sensor and lens interchangeability in a truly compact body.
True portability doesn’t have to mean compromising the image quality, creative features and handling you’d expect from a bigger, bulkier camera system.
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