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OnePlus 7 Pro Best Hidden Features – Tips And Tricks

Posted  May 20, 2019  by  Ryan Oneill

If you are looking to pick the OnePlus 7 Pro up then the video below will guide you through some awesome tips and tricks as well as show you some hidden features. If you have anymore to share leave a comment below.

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OnePlus 7 Pro Gaming Benchmarks

Posted  May 20, 2019  by  Ryan Oneill

There is no denying that the OnePlus 7 Pro is a beautiful looking handset. That 90 Hz fluid AMOLED panel is a mobile gamers dream. So let’s dive in and see how it performs. As you can tell from the video above the OnePlus 7 Pro is for me one of the best handsets for […]

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Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus Long Term Review

Posted  May 20, 2019  by  Ryan Oneill

It has now been around two months since I popped my SIM card in the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus so I feel it is now time to deliver my full review. Overall I have really enjoyed my time so far with the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus. It does have its downfalls like battery life but […]

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Google Pixel 3a Performance Test

Posted  May 11, 2019  by  Ryan Oneill

So by now I am sure you have seen that Google has just launched the Pixel 3a and 3a XL. These new mid range handsets are aimed at giving the consumer what they want an affordable price point. So we all know what I want right? Of course I want to know if the Pixel […]

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BT Complete Wi-Fi Review – Worth It?

Posted  April 18, 2019  by  Ryan Oneill

Can BT’s Complete Wi-Fi Fix My Dead Spots? So just before we get into the review as always I would like to give you guys a quick disclaimer. I have not been paid to make this review on BT Complete Wi-Fi but I have been provided with the kit and service in order to test […]

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Three UK Offer Alcatel Tablet and Mi-Fi Starter Kit

  The affordable Alcatel One Touch Tab 7 is now available from Three stores or online and comes bundled with a MiFi™ 1GB starter kit so you can use it wherever you go. The tablet uses the latest Android operating system ...
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Logitech unifying accessories now work with Chromebooks

When it comes to accessories working with a Chromebook, Chromebox or Chromebase then, you would have to look long and hard to find any that worked reasonably well, until now that is. Step forward Logitech, whose unifying comput...
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Acer has announced two new Chromebooks and a Chromebox

Acer’s Chrome OS range has grown with the arrival of its Chromebook 11, Chromebook 13 and Chromebox CXI. Chrome OS isn’t right for everyone, I’ve been using a Acer Chromebook C720 since January ‘14 and finding a...
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Microsoft helps you decide which version of Windows 10 is right for you with comparison chart

Microsoft will be releasing Windows 10 RTM to consumers on July 29th. Windows 10 Enterprise and Windows 10 Education is set to be released on August 1, however. As expected, all of the Windows 10 editions won’t include all th...
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BlackBerry 10 Introduces BBM Channels

During BlackBerry Live 2013 today, BlackBerry has announced a new service within BBM dubbed BBM Channels. Building on to the already feature-packed BBM, BBM Channels gives users a new way to communicate and stay in touch with p...
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TYLT BUMPR Case for Samsung Galaxy S3 Review (Video)

This is a review of the BUMPR case from TYLT for the Samsung Galaxy S3. This case features swappable bumpers that come in many awesome color options and you get two included with each case. It offers great protection for you...
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All Argos 735 Stores Now on O2 Wi-Fi

UK  network O2 continues to build on its own nationwide WiFi network, with  today’s announcement that the network provider has  partnered with catalog outlet Argos to light up O2 WiFi in 735 of the chain’s stores...
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Could Apple be about to kill the 3.5mm headphone socket

Right now I’m having difficulty in why Apple would remove the standard 3.5mm headphone jack. Yes it would mean more room for Apple to move components around or add extra ones within the phone but, it’s the immediate imp...
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UK TV Terrestrial channels say no plans to charge YouTube users

UK TV Terrestrial channels BBC and Channel 4 have said they will not be charging British YouTube users to view their content. The broadcasters spoke to UK newspaper the Telegraph, revealing that they will not be a part of YouT...
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