smartphones Archive

The 3 Best Phones for Mobile Gaming Addicts

Games have been played by humans since the beginning of time. Human beings have been obsessed with all sorts of games from sports to board games to puzzles. So it is no surprise that, back in 1940,

How to Shop Securely on Your Smartphone

Have you ever used your smartphone to shop? Well, this activity has never been easier. No matter what items we want to purchase, be it grocery stock or jewellery, the smartphone technology has simplified everything. We can

The 7 Apps You Need to Survive Christmas

Christmas is very nearly upon us, and as well as all those ingredients, presents, last minute decorations and the like, there’s something else you’ll want to ensure you have: a smartphone that’s loaded up with apps that’ll

Do I Really Need To Be A Heavy Broadband User?

When it comes to looks at ways to cut costs and save on the bills, broadband is usually quite far down the list of things that people can live without. Understandably in this day and age a

Tips for Running an Online Business in 2017

Approximately 543,000 new businesses begin each month, and 52 percent of them are home-based businesses. Many of these businesses won’t survive to 2019. Thirty percent will go out of business in fewer than two years, and half

6 Cyber Security Products That Are a Must Have

Cyber security is a major concern for businesses big and small. Many of the most famous corporations have been in the news for big data breaches. When you run a medium or large business, you create and

The Different Types of Games to Enjoy on Your Mobile Device

With more and more of us now using mobile devices such as tablets and smartphones, it is only natural that we now do more on these gadgets than ever before. This is also partly due to the

Will Smartphones Replace Enterprise Grade Devices as Barcode Scanners?

Companies are always looking for the most cost-effective solution when it comes technology- even for something as simple as scanning barcodes. One of the most recent trends is using smartphones instead of enterprise-grade devices as barcode scanners.