Review: A £60 Android Tablet – Onda V96 3G

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This is a sponsored post – from the good folk at GearBest. Introducing the Onda V96. A 3G tablet for around £60. Hardware It’s a pretty solid set of specs. The 9.6 inch IPS Screen runs at 1280*800. Colours are clear from all angles, skin tones are well reproduced. The screen is bright – if…

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Fire up your Raspberry Pi with Cayenne

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I’ve got three Raspberry Pis around my house. Well… at least… I think I do. I can certainly ping three of them. I know the physical location of two of them… It’s a testament to the success of the Raspberry Pi. Anyone with £30 to spare can pick one up and start hacking. Want to…

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YHDO Security Camera Review

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The good folk at THZY-UK have sent me a gadget to review – the YHDO Security Camera with Night Vision. I’m comparing this to other cameras I’ve reviewed in the past – including Y-Cam and Sercomm models. The first thing to note is that this is one of the cheaper cameras on the market. At…

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Security Risks of BYOD – Sponsored by Dell

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(This post kindly sponsored by Dell) One of the most common complaints in large companies is just how dreadful corporate supplied equipment is. Wheezing old laptops running out of date Windows, using ancient browsers, hamstrung by lousy anti-virus programs. The time between booting up and being able to work is often long enough to make…

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Review: Gearbest Orvibo Smart Remote

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In the glorious future, every device you own will have WiFi connectivity. With a tap on your app, you’ll be able to switch on your TV, dim your lights, and set the air-conditioner to “frosty”. We’re not quite there yet – we live in a world where even the newest fangled kit relies on technology…

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No One Must Know This Is A Sponsored Post

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Media Discovery (New Web Ltd) is encouraging blogs to run paid for advertorials, without disclosing to their readership that the content is an advert. This appears to be in breach of the advertising industry’s code of practice. Anyone who has ever run a blog is probably familiar with these sorts of email – I get…

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[Sponsored Post] Dell Inspiron Duo

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This is a sponsored post from ebuzzing I love my little Dell Laptop – it's served me well over the years. And it has become a magnet for stickers – some for companies who have long since gone bust! Recently, I've upgraded the hard disk to a pure solid state drive. The speed increase is…

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Sponsored Post – The Art of Technology

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SPONSORED POST I love me a Segway! I only wish they were street legal in the UK. Anyway, Bing have paid me to say… Brian’s technological adventures lead him to a store in Los Angeles where he experiences the greatest invention of all time – the Segway. Now watch the video. If you’re interested in…

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Sponsored Post – The Art of Technology

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SPONSORED POST Brian Badonde, Facejacker’s eccentric art critic at large, has launched his new web-based series entitled “The Art of Technology.” The series follows Brian Badonde in his quest to learn more about how technology can enrich his already extravagant life with the help of Bing. This week’s episodes feature Badonde furthering his quest to…

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HTC Wildfire (Sponsored Post)

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(eBuzzing have sponsored this post. Please let me know what you think about sponsored articles on this blog.) Android phones are now big business – even Woz seems to think they’ll take over the world. Into the crowded arena steps the HTC Wildfire. I’m a huge fan of the HTC hardware – but I often…

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