StoAmigo – Cloud Storage, now includes QR sharing

StoAmigo the cloud storage app for Android OS, Windows PC. Engaged in the beta testing of any app is get fun as it allows us here at BeginnersTech to help the developers iron out bugs and just as importantly offer features we t...
by Dave Thornton
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TYLT Energi+ Backpack Review

  Picking a backpack used to be easy, just find one that looked ok and had enough space to through all your books in. Well now that’s all changed, backpacks aren’t just for throwing your books and lunch in they can now...
by Ryan Oneill
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Connected Essentials Dual USB Wall Socket Adaptor Review

Charging smartphones and tablets is a daily task most of us will do now and if like me you own more than one device this can sometimes be a pain due to lack of socket space by the bedside. Due to charging devices constantly my ...
by Ryan Oneill
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App – Review Sherpa personal assistant for Android launches in the UK

Sherpa, the personal assistant app for Android that rivals Apple’s Siri, is now available in the UK, first launching in beta. When talking to your smartphone, Sherpa will interpret what you’re actually saying and re...
by Dave Thornton
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Mobile Solar Chargers Wireless Qi PowerBank Review

Recently we have been using quite a few products from MobileSolarChargers and today we are looking at one of my favourite products so far. MSC’s Wireless Qi 5000mAh Power-bank is an awesome product that anyone who owns a...
by Ryan Oneill
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Zenus Masstige Case for iPhone 5 Review (Video)

The Zunus Masstige case for iPhone 5 is a top end case and after watching our review on it im sure you will feel the same.
by Ryan Oneill
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iGO 90 Watt Automatic Charger for Laptop – Hardware Review

Are you like me and plug your charger into your laptop only to forget to take it out again, possibly leaving it plugged in all night! If your charger doesn’t switch off automatically when charge is completed then you cou...
by Dave Thornton
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Nokia Lumia 1520 Review

One thing that we are guilty of here at BeginnersTech is not looking at and reviewing Windows products. The main reason for that is there aren’t any of us fully interested in them enough to go out and spend the money on a...
by Ryan Oneill
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