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A £339 anti-5G USB stick

A device costing more than £300 promises to protect your family from the supposed dangers of 5G, using ground-breaking quantum technology – but does it work? Of course not. The rollout of the new 5G mobile networks began in the… Read More ›

Apple whistleblower goes public

In a letter announcing his decision, sent to all European data protection regulators, Thomas le Bonniec said: “It is worrying that Apple (and undoubtedly not just Apple) keeps ignoring and violating fundamental rights and continues their massive collection of data…. Read More ›

HybridDrive: too good to be true?

As more laptop devices are converting to USB Type-C, many gadgets and devices have not. HybridDrive acts as a bridge to connect, providing a smooth connection to gadgets that are incompatible otherwise. Besides, up to 2TB SSD storage is included… Read More ›

Apple and Google vs Covid-19

Across the world, governments and health authorities are working together to find solutions to the COVID-19 pandemic, to protect people and get society back up and running. Software developers are contributing by crafting technical tools to help combat the virus… Read More ›

A potential alternative to Zoom

Generate your free unique link with one click, share it with participants and enjoy unlimited meetings with Skype. Full set of features at your disposal. Your meeting link does not expire and can be used anytime… More here. A potentially… Read More ›

5G conspiracies

Click on the above, it is insane (or rather the woman with the camera is insane) Police and fire crews were scrambled to one inferno in Birmingham last night when a 70ft mast erupted in flames. The cause of the… Read More ›

How to buy a computer (in 1983)

The situation is similar to the video recorder market. VHS tapes will not run on a Betamax machine, or vice versa. The old Philips 1500 and new 2000 ranges are similarly incompatible. With home computers, unfortunately, the problem is far… Read More ›