Kit Power Banks review – one fits your keyring and one reads SD cards

Kit Powerbanks review shot

Power banks are just like insurance policies. Perhaps not the sexiest way to spend money and, chances are, they’ll sit there unnoticed. But, when you need one – POW! – all of a sudden it’s money well spent. I’ve been sent a pair of these useful bits of tech by the lovely people at Kit. […]

iOS 8.4 and Apple Music lands tomorrow

ios 8.4

Apple Music is launching tomorrow and now Apple has confirmed that they will also be releasing iOS 8.4 tomorrow. As well as releasing iOS 8.4 for Apple Music, the company also confirmed that it will be releasing a new version of iOS 9 Beta for developers that will enable their new music streaming service. Apple […]

New HTC Hero phone to appear in October

htc hero

I am currently counting down the months to when I can swap my HTC One M7 for an M9 – my contract renews in September. Now, I hear that there may be an even more premium HTC phone coming out around then. As lovely as the M9 is, it sounds as though HTC have plans […]

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge gets Stark makeover

iron man galaxy s6 edge

The Galaxy S6 Edge is already a darned good looking bit of kit but Samsung have announced a limited edition Iron Man version – complete with arc reactor charging station. Samsung’s Iron Man-branded Galaxy S6 Edge comes complete with a custom paint job, 64GB of on-board storage and a limited edition wireless charger accessory with […]

YotaPhone 2 – the always on mobile phone

Yota Phone 2

Russian tech company Yota developed a dual screen smartphone which went on sale a couple of years ago. Now they have created the world’s first dual-screen always-on smartphone. Like the original YotaPhone, this mobile combines the features of a premium Android smartphone with the benefits of an Electronic Paper Display so you don’t have to […]

Android M to bring fingerprint scanning

fingerprint scanner

It looks as though Google is aiming to take on Apple’s Touch ID with their own kick-ass digit scanner. Google OS’s security credentials could be getting a hefty boost thanks to the introduction of a standardised fingerprint scanning system. According to rumours surrounding Android M it appears that a native fingerprint authentication system is likely […]