Author Archives: Ben

Windows 10

I recently took the plunge on my Surface Pro3 to upgrade the Windows 8.1 Pro to Windows 10. I am usually quite an early adopter with technology, but I wanted to wait a few weeks to hear a little about … Continue reading

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Microsoft Surface 3

We are in the middle of a mobile computing revolution. With manufacturers bringing smaller lighter and more powerful mobile computing to the masses and consumers realising the benefits of mobile computing. A significant step was made with Microsoft releasing their … Continue reading

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Powermat Wireless charging

I found myself in Starbucks today (a frequent occurrence for me) and there installed in the tables were PowerMac Wireless charging stations. For those devices that don’t inherently support wireless charging, you can pick up a connector for your phone … Continue reading

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Microsoft OneNote

Most people know of Microsoft for its windows operating system and its Office Productivity Suite. In addition, its consumer business developing and selling one of the world’s leading Games platforms – the Microsoft X-Box. In addition people might be aware … Continue reading

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An early adopter invitation from Google…

As an early adopter of Gmail (I’ve now been using Gmail for over 10 years!)  I was privileged to get an invitation to Googles new Inbox. Inbox is a new email client from Google that continues Googles efforts to rationalise … Continue reading

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Apple’s “Its Showtime” – oh no it isn’t!

Now I am not one to usually moan. I am a glass half full person. But my experience of trying to watch the Apple live streaming webcast was comical – bordering on embarrassing! To set the scene, here in the UK … Continue reading

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Printing from everything for next to nothing.

There’s nothing worse than buying a device and discovering it doesn’t work with what you already have. In todays home we have phones, tablets, Laptops, PC’s and Chromebooks. If if we don’t have some of these now, chances are we … Continue reading

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