For the last three weeks I have swapped my beloved iPhone for a very shiny Nokia Lumia 925, which I’ve had on loan from Nokia to try out. It’s been an interesting test, starting with incredible frustration over not being able to find anything or type simple words using the keyboard, to actually feeling a
Docks are designed to allow you to sync and charge your phone while it is sat upright on your desk or bedside table. This one (showing off my very dusty iPhone!) is from Mobile Fun. The dock is good for charging and syncing your phone with your computer, as well as plugging into the mains
One of the problems with upgrading to the iPhone 5 or the new iPad is that because Apple changed to their new lightning connection, using old accessories requires new cables or adapters (or new accessories entirely). Whether you believe lightning is genuinely better (faster, smaller, etc) or that it’s just an exercise to make our old accessories defunct, the
I’ve had a number of generations of the iPhone over the past few years (I know, I’m very lucky), and each time I buy a new one my main concern is keeping it in perfect condition so that I can enjoy the screen and that retina display for as long as possible. I know many
Technology – A man driving a really old tractor whilst on his mobile phone at the Lincolnshire Show today. Use the tag SnapHappyBritMums here on Splodz Blogz to find all the photos from this challenge.
The Vodafone 858 Smart is a Vodafone branded smart phone running Android 2.2. When you think smart phone you may well think iPhone – and if you were to compare those to this you would be very disappointed. But of course this phone is not designed to be anything like the market leaders. This is
The other day I posted a police information video that has been made to discourage texting whilst driving. I hope you watched it (and took heed). I was tweeted with a link to this… perfect for a Friday, it’s a more lighthearted way of sharing the same message. You’ll be singing along! Thanks @maddie273 –
A powerful video showing the possible consequences of texting and driving. Don’t do it. It can wait. And while we’re at it… please always wear your seatbelt.