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Every day more of the country gets better, faster wi-fi coverage. But that doesn’t stop your signal at home dropping off or grinding to a halt every now and then. Here are the latest tips from our top experts on how to get the most from your home service.
Are you a gadget freak? A bit of a tech head? If you’re the sort of person who just can’t help feeding your nerdiness even while on holidays, here’s our lowdown on some of the best getaway spots for tech-heads.
An inkling of sunshine on any given afternoon and the UK population takes to the streets, doesn’t really matter whether it’s cold or not, anything more than an hour of sustained sun and the barbecues are blazing like the beacons of Gondor. Here’s five apps that should help in your struggle to organise that most fabled of events… a successful picnic.
Of the 7.4 Billion people that inhabit this planet, data compiled by Statista indicates that close to 2 Billion of us indulge in video games; there are now more gamers than the collective population of China and the U.S.
Gambling is not a new phenomenon, in fact archaeological evidence indicates that it existed in rudimentary forms as far back as 40,000 BC when our ancestors threw dice made of bone; around 30,000 years later the Chinese developed a wagering game involving tiles, then came the Persian game of As-Nas in the 17th century, the advent of saloons in 19th century America, and the introduction of the modern casino as we know it, of which there are now some 3500 in existence.
Whether you’re in the market for a new laptop because you dropped yours on the floor or you fancy an upgrade of your specs for college or work, buying a new computer comes with a whole heap of jargon and plenty of sales speak. Do you really need a dedicated graphics card? And what do all those letters and numbers even mean?
If you've babysat a young child recently, you've probably noticed a habit most of them have picked up.
The phrase ‘there’s an app for that’ is so popular that Apple made the move to trademark it.
But seriously, with so many weird and wonderful apps available in the app store, it’s very easy to see how a bunch of brilliant ones could get lost in cyberspace—which is why we’ve picked out 13 apps that we think will revolutionise how you use your phone.
Most kids love playing online games. No surprise there – they’re fun, entertaining, encourage creativity and are often educational. They’re great to play with existing friends, and offer the opportunity to make new ones too. Online games allow kids to chat to and play with or against an enormous number of other players anywhere in the world, across all borders of time, language, geography, age and culture.
Unfortunately, gaming is also enormously appealing to hackers and others of ill repute, and holds privacy and security risks that need to be faced. It’s therefore important for you and your children to identify and understand these risks, and learn how to handle them. Following the practical tips below will help you and your kids to have some age-appropriate and safe fun while gaming online.
Video and computer games are a waste of time, right?
Er, wrong. Sorry parents, but it looks like there’s actually a whole lot of good stuff going on when gaming. Not all the time, of course – there are plenty of games that teach us little or nothing. But the right games used in the right way can inspire learning, boost visual skills, improve co-ordination and lift our mood. Oh, and they can make us nicer too.
Not convinced? Read on to find out how and why your little gamers might not be wasting so much time after all.
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