A roundup of what has been going on. Hands on with the iZettle chip and pin reader, SBH80 and Foscam IP cameras.
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The sea of smartphones found at concerts is quite unbelievable.
Do we sometimes get carried away in the moment and forget what we are actually there for?
Perhaps we can wait to get a better quality video and buy the DVD?!
In this vlog I give my predictions for mobile technology in 2014.
Technology is always changing and developing and it is always exciting to see what will happen. What will 2014 bring?
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In our 66th vlog, I ask how often do you upgrade your phone.
With contracts lasting generally 24 months now, how often do you upgrade now. Is it less regularly than before or do you tend to keep the contract but change the phone?
Even working within the smartphone industry, I am afraid to say that I and the vast majority of those I meet still use good old fashioned pen and paper.
That is not to say things are not improving, but as yet even the Galaxy Note series does not seem to outdo the simple paper based solution for quick note taking.
Much of this comes down to speed and ease of use; the electronic solutions just don’t have it yet.
Am I wrong though and are many people are using them in ways that I am not?
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In our 64th vlog, I discuss the fact that the solutions to problems are often simple, when you know the solution.
Unless someone shows us or we see something being done, we may not actually know that it is possible to do something in the first place.
In our 63rd vlog, I discuss the idea of having mains chargers for phones in public.
We could all do with the occasional top up of our battery, so why not have mains chargers more readily available in public places, especially as many phones use microUSB connections.