Keeping your phone out of sight is a good way to protect it from thieves. But not every thief wants the phone, some of them want your private data and this can be stolen from you without them having to reach into your pocket or bag. Here are 5 ways to stay safe online with your beloved smartphone.
Clusterize is an app which finds you the best events to go to based on your interests. Follow your favourite clubs, performers, musicians or just keep up to date with where your friends are going out. Dependent on Gadgets gets in to going out.
A spot of heavy smartphone usage can see its battery dipping by lunchtime. You could carry a heavy powerbank around, remembering to keep that charged up, or you could 'borrow' a spot of phone juice from a friend, with this clever little invention currently seeking funding on Indiegogo from Waferlabs.
USB sticks were a great way to carry data around. Then we all bought iPhones and iPads that don't talk to them. With mobile devices limited on board memory, it would be great to be able to connect a USB stick and, if you have an Android gadget, you might be in luck.
Micro projectors are a great way of getting a big screen out of your mobile devices. A typical business device will set you back over £400, but on Ebay you can get them for as little as £35! Dependent on Gadgets set out to find if they really can match the big brands for so little money.
Virtual reality has been teasing us for years. Whilst we wait for Oculus Rift and other dedicated headsets to arrive, there is a cheap way any smartphone user can experience virtual rollercoasters right now, courtesy of Google. This reviewer eschews the seasickness tablets and jumps into Google Cardboard's other worlds.
This blogger is hoping for a gadget or two for Christmas, but December has already brought with it the coolest present! Votes from readers, friends and family have secured a place in the UK Blog Awards 2015 shortlist!
Bluetooth speakers are a stylish and convenient gadget for enjoying your music at home or away. Sadly, such a small device means the bass is generally lacking. Well, unless you've got a Jawbone Jambox.
You've got the smartphone and the tablet, so maybe the laptop doesn't need to be quite so small. In fact, maybe the laptop should now be BIG! If this sounds reasonable, take a look at the Dell Inspiron 17.
This blogger has sadly gained a few pounds despite an excellent FitBit pedometer record and mean badminton smash. An exercise bike can help conveniently shake a few pounds, but the wrong one could easily just end up drying clothes. Perhaps the UltraSport F-Bike folding Exercise Bike can help?