Losing your phone has always been one of the biggest panics, and for those of us who can be forgetful, a rather frustrating one. For Android users, losing your phone no longer needs to be a concern following a new service which allows users to find their phone through Google.
It has been 2 years since Twitter officially launched Vine: the streaming service which contains compilations of random clips ranging on average between 5 and 10 seconds long. Vine is filled with many amazing clips, however is now becoming child friendly with its new app – VineKids.
Sizing in at 9.8mm high and weighing under 600 grams, the Lenovo Tablet 2 is the perfect tool for enterprise, education and government. With full Windows 8 pro and enterprise functionality and an Intel Atom dual-core processor, you can guarantee that the Tablet 2 will be the perfect office companion […]
Dstrux is the new file share app that allows users to share their files online whilst controlling their digital footprint. The app allows users to create a time limit for viewing files, deleting them forever once the limit specified is reached, inspired by the regular regret of many who post files […]
We all enjoy those few minutes we get away from the desk we get whilst collecting our print outs from the printer, however after the development of a new printer, the opportunity to waste time for a few moments is obliterated. Fuji Xerox has developed a robot printer that brings […]
In home tech for monitoring and supervising children has been popular for some time now, however there has never been sufficient child monitoring tech for vehicles… until now. Parents are often in a tough predicament between taking their concentration off the road and resolving any issues a child may be […]