PayPal’s New All-In-One Super App Announced

Entrepreneurs that need inspiration often look to the pioneers in their field, such as Steve Jobs. Arguably, though, PayPal founders Peter Thiel, Max Levchin, and Luke Nosek deserve a nod, too, as they epitomised the saying, “If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.” In 1998, the three founders launched PayPal and presented it as … Read more

ADO A20 Ebike Review: Ditch the electric scooter and get this affordable folding electric bike

I have previously reviewed the Volt Connect Electric Bike about four years ago. At the time, I was quite sceptical of the benefits of eBikes, but I did like the idea of using it for commuting. Since then, electric scooters have become the rage, some people love them, some people hate them. I loved using … Read more

EarFun Air Pro 2 Review – Cheaper than Nothing Ear (1) earbuds with comparable performance

I have reviewed quite a few EarFun earbuds over the past two years, and they have consistently been good for the price you pay. I was impressed with the original Earfun Air Pro, which I reviewed almost a year ago. Now they are back with a second-generation model that claims to offer a superior level … Read more

Curve Metal vs Nationwide FlexPlus Compared – Does Curve compete with the best traditional packaged bank account?

Curve has become a popular service in recent years, allowing you to aggregates multiple payment cards into one debit card. While it is not quite the same as the challenger banks such as Monzo, Starling and Revolut, it does offer a premium metal card service that is comparable to some of the other challenger and … Read more

Geekmem vs Grid Studio Frames – Which has the best disassembled iPhone frame?

I recently reviewed the Grid Studio framed Samsung Galaxy S1; shortly after a different brand called Geekmem asked if I would like to check out their framed iPhone 4S. If you look online, there are lots of copycats, I am not even sure who originally started this framed disassembled consumer tech art, but I assume … Read more

Wired2fire Predator Gaming PC Review – A prebuilt gaming PC with AMD Ryzen 5 5600X & RTX 3060 Ti for £1560

When it comes to PC gaming, most PC users would advise to self-build as it is often cheaper and also a more rewarding experience compared to prebuilds from big brand names such as Dell or Acer. However, smaller local/national companies have often produced high-quality prebuilt gaming PCs with a minimal markup compared to the price … Read more

Mimiq FinestraMiner Helium Crypto Miner Hotspot Launches – Uses direct windowpane mounting for user-friendly installation

The range of Helium hotspots is gradually increasing, thankfully. While many users are still waiting on backorders of their Nebra and Rak hotspots, new brands such as Bobcat and SyncroB.it have managed to fulfil orders much faster. Demand is still high, though, and all brands have a relatively long lead time for delivery. The latest … Read more

Nacon MG-X Review – Xbox Cloud Gaming Controller for Android Phones [Xbox Game Pass on Mobile]

Portable gaming is booming, the Nintendo Switch shows no sign of slowing sales, Steam is launching the Steam Deck, and mobile gaming has been massive for years. Cloud gaming has also gained significant traction, and thanks to our massive phones, 5G data and fibre Internet, it seems like a perfect time to convert your mobile … Read more

7 Essential Steps of Web Project QA Testing

Quality assurance is a costly process, and you should allocate only your leftover budget to it, right?  Wrong.  Developers who bug test their web applications after the deployment of the final product are in for an unpleasant surprise. The relative cost of fixing a software issue in a post-deployment stage is 15 times higher than … Read more

512 Audio Skylight Review – XLR fixed cardioid microphone perfect for streaming & upgrading your USB microphone

A new brand called 512 Audio launched two new XLR microphones last month, the Skylight and Limelight. The new microphones have been developed by the team from Warm Audio, an award-winning audio company what have developed classic-inspired microphones, preamps, guitar pedals and more Both microphones retail for £189.99. The Limelight has a has a hypercardioid  … Read more

Cleer Roam NC Review – TWS Earbuds with ANC, aptX, and IP rated for just £60

I have been impressed with all the headphones and earbuds I have reviewed from Cleer so far, they are big on features and performance while being low on price. The Cleer Ally Plus II are still one of my go-to pairs of earphones for both fitness and general walking around. The Cleer Roam NC is … Read more

Google Pixel 6 in use 50MP Samsung GN1 camera vs 12MP sensor used on Pixel 5, 4, 3 & 2

Google has been using the same 12.2 MP camera sensor on the Pixel phones since the Pixel 2. However, year after year, it has been regarded one of the best Android phones for its camera performance, which goes to show the importance of software processing. However, sooner or later, they had to upgrade the sensor. … Read more

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