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A safer place to manage your password security

Life used to be so simple didn't it? Back in the early days of the computer generation the only things we really had to worry about were 'spam' and viruses. We seem to have eradicated most of them these days but now we seem to have a much more insidious problem - people cyber hacking into our emails, our bank accounts and our social media networks and causing massive problems. Whether they are cloning our identities or attempting to steal our hard earned bitcoins - it's all bad. According to the American President it could be the Russians, the North Koreans, the Chinese or a 400 lb hacker ...  More

PassVult 21 hours ago

Spruik your business the 21st Century way

Many years ago there used to be characters called spruikers who stood outside of shops and restaurants extolling the virtues of the goods that were sold inside. You still occasionally see and hear them now but it's a bit of a dying art. They would orate like a town cryer and inform anyone walking by of the great things on offer inside and were an essential part of high street shopping. These days, with virtually every shopper holding a smartphone, there are more effective ways of grabbing the attention of potential customers.  More

NearNotify Mar 12th 2018

Everything every passionate music fan will ever need in a streaming app

I read with sadness this week that, after 66 years as one of the UK's most iconic music papers, the New Musical Express was to cease its weekly print publication. Over the years it has provided music fans all over the world with up to date information about everything that was happening music wide. Personally, it taught me so much about music and turned me on to countless new bands. It's no coincidence then that this week sees the emergence of a new music app that could well end up taking the place of many of the traditional music hubs.  More

WEYV Mar 12th 2018

The next generation of education games for our kids

We've all heard how video games are potentially bad for our kids development. They spend too much time on them. They socially isolate them and stop them from getting the right amount of exercise. They're bad for their eyes. Someone even suggested that they can cause brain damage!!! However, I was reading an article recently that detailed the opposite side of the argument. It highlighted the positive side of educational games for kids and discussed how they could be used to improve a child's focus, help them with their problem solving skills and boost their creativity as well as reducing ...  More

Learnia Feb 23rd 2018

An easy way for customers from all over the world to call you for free

Many small business owners think that most of the hard work is done the second they've got their business website up and running. They tend to think that they've done all they can to make life easy for their customers and all they have to do now is to sit back and wait for the calls and enquiries to come in. I've got some bad news for them. While that may have been the case early on in proceedings, it certainly isn't true anymore.   More Feb 8th 2018

Organize your bookmarks the same way you do on YouTube and Spotify

First up I have to say that I could hardly be exposed as an expert on bookmark organizers. However, one thing i do know is that I can recognise a useful app when I see one. Here we have what looks like a very handy app that can be great either for students or for professional and semi professional content presenters. Kobble is a new app for iOS that lets the user instantly create and organize great looking content whether it be for the simplest of note taking, blog or wiki creation, business presentations and slideshows, work or school projects, official papers or just your homework. ...  More

Kobble Jan 2nd 2018

How to avoid creating a pickup basketball game where no one turns up

Okay, here's the scenario. You have the day off work and you fancy a well organised game of basketball, a competitive soccer kick around or an afternoon of surfing. The only trouble is, your friends are mostly at work themselves and can't help you out. So, what do you do? Trawl the likes of Facebook and search for possible likeminded individuals who might want to play? Head for the local sports area and hope there's a few people hanging around? Or do you just head to the local pub and take your chances there'll be a few likely candidates who aren't too drunk yet? I think it's safe to ...  More

Flakex Dec 14th 2017

The best way to create an event and let your guests know all about it

What do you do when you are planning to invite a whole bunch of people to a wedding, a gala opening or a birthday party? Do you pick up the phone and start calling, whip round to the local stationers to get invites printed up or start messaging? We've all had to do it at some stage in our life but it's hardly an efficient way of going about things, is it? Especially in this digital age when other options are available. Apart from anything else, it's hard to keep track of everyone and involves a heck of a lot of paperwork...not to mention brain power. Naturally, there's an online answer to ...  More

Twingle Invites & RSVP Dec 12th 2017

Take a photo of your restaurant meal and share a review with fellow users

I read an article not so long back about how some New York restauranteurs were banning customers from taking arty photographs of their plates of food because it disrupts the ambience of the venue. Rather than surreptitiously taking a quick snap of the food they were about to devour, diners were going so far as to stand on their chair to get the perfect shot of their culinary delight. While we can only sympathise with restaurants who are having to put up with these excessive antics from customers, I feel that they are probably missing out on a great marketing tool that could make them even ...  More

EatOpine Nov 23rd 2017

An easy way to check the status of your phone

I bet most of you have absolutely no idea what an IMEI number is, have you? I certainly didn’t before I started researching for this review. It turns out that every hand held device – ie your smartphone – has its very own unique 15 digit IMEI (International Mobile Station Equipment Identity) identity number. You can find it by entering *#06# on your call screen, apparently. So, apart from being the phone’s identity number, what else does it do for you? Well, you might need it if you want to unlock your device to use with another network or you might be asked for it ...  More

IMEI Checker Pro Nov 1st 2017