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Charwego The Last Charger You’ll Need … possibly

Charwego The Last Charger You’ll Need … possibly

Technology
So you’ve just spent over £1,000 on a nice new shiny flagship smartphone to find there’s no charger in the box, meaning you have to fork out for a separate charger.And what if you want to travel…Oh remember travel it’s something we used to do, that means purchasing an adaptor to plug into the charger that used to get to free but now you have to pay for.Well it looks like Hong Kong company Masterspace, might just have you covered, with its new Kickstarter campaign for Charwego, a new 45W international travel adaptor.The Charwego can charge up to 6 devices, by featuring a revolutionary invention: the multi-charge fuse, meaning it is capable of charging 6 devices including MacBooks at once with a single USB C, and 4 USB A ports and one multi-region AC outlet which works in over 200 cou...
Latest What’sApp’s Update – Forcing Users To Share More With FaceBook.

Latest What’sApp’s Update – Forcing Users To Share More With FaceBook.

Breaking News, Technology
With around 2.5 billion users worldwide, WhatsApp is by far the most popular messaging app in the world, but it appears that the platform will force users to agree to its new privacy policy within the next month, or else lose access to the app.Coming in the form of a in app notification, all users must agree to the new terms by 8 February 2021, or else lose access to their chats and contacts. Agreeing to the terms will mean that a user’s private data, including their phone number, will be shared with Facebook, which owns WhatsApp. The notification states. After this date, you’ll need to accept the new terms to continue using WhatsApp. You can also visit the Help Center if you would prefer to delete your account.” The update is designed to “offer integrations across the Facebook Company...
Best Antivirus Protection for Your Business

Best Antivirus Protection for Your Business

Business, Technology
Antivirus protection or malware protection is essential for any business with a digital presence. As hackers get more sophisticated, protecting your endpoints with the best available solution in the market is a must and a worthwhile investment.Because without this protection, the entirety of your digital assets can be compromised. From stealing your sensitive data and that of your customers to paralyzing your operations, nothing is off the table when it comes to hackers. For this reason, you have to deploy the best security tools to protect your investment.The most effective way you can thwart these attempts is to use the best antivirus/malware protection, have a strong security protocol, strong governance on these protocols, and staying ever vigilant. The antivirus solutions on this l...
Best Rolling TV Stand for Your Office

Best Rolling TV Stand for Your Office

Technology
Rolling TV stands are a great video and graphic solution for businesses. They help boost your presentations in conference rooms, trade shows, hotels, meetings, and other settings.Because they are mobile you can take them in different places without having to worry about dislodging the displays from walls. And since most TV rolling stands are height adjustable and can be tilted, you can adjust them to your viewing preference.Some TV stands come with shelves for storing items such as laptops, sound systems and speakers, allowing you to have your presentation on wheels. There is a wide range of rolling TV stands in the market. To help you narrow down the list, here are some of our picks for the best rolling TV stands. Best Smart Security CamerasTop Pick: VIVO Mobile TV Cart  Ru...
ZEISS and Vivo to work together on upcoming smartphone camera tech

ZEISS and Vivo to work together on upcoming smartphone camera tech

Technology
Coming complete with a Gimbal Camera System and a customised sensor to reduce exposure time, the Vivo X51 5G really impressed us with the impressive speed and precision of snaps and the crazy zoom capabilities.Now Vivo have announced that they’ll be pushing the camera tech even further by working with ZEISS. The company last worked with Nokia handsets running the Windows Phone OS, and those ZEISS lenses were incredibly impressive.The new 2021 partnership will start off with the Vivo X60 series, and they’ll establish a joint R&D programme too. The collaboration will see Vivo and ZEISS co-engineer an imaging system for Vivo’s premium smartphones, with a new campaign promoting the “Vivo ZEISS Master Photography” capabilities.Joerg Schmitz, Head of ZEISS Consumer Products, told u...
New from Huawei. A toothbrush!

New from Huawei. A toothbrush!

Technology
Huawei are big. We’ve covered their size and capacity when we headed to their Chinese HQ.Inside of Huawei you’ll find other companies selling a lot more than just smartphone kit, and you’ll perhaps see some of the additional kit in Huawei stores too.LEBOOO is one of those companies, and now they’ve launched the Huawei LEBOOO Smart Sonic Toothbrush to the UK market (yes, we cover toothbrushes now). It works with the Huawei HiLink app to personalise your oral health and to provide intelligent guidance. The price? Right now it’s a mere £49.99, which is £10 off the normal price and a whole lot cheaper than the likes of the Oral-B kit.Oh, and you can also buy replacement heads – they’re £7.99 for a pack of two.The brush comes with up to 90 days of battery life and will recharge w...
5 Proactive Measures Companies Can Take Against Malware Attacks

5 Proactive Measures Companies Can Take Against Malware Attacks

Learning, Technology
Malware — shorthand for malicious software — is a code or program designed and deployed by cybercriminals to infect your computer systems in order to damage, disable, or exploit your company.Hackers create malware to attack your business and try to:Steal, encrypt, or delete sensitive information, such as passwords or customer data Hijack and modify core system functions Monitor your activity without permission Blackmail or extort money in the form of ransom Inject spam or forced advertisingOf all the data breaches, 28% involve malware according to Verizon.What’s more, stats suggest that 58% of malware attack victims are categorized as small businesses, the average cost of a malware attack on a company is $2.4 million, and 34% of businesses hit with malware took a week o...
Oppo Watch 46mm – Exclusive to Vodafone

Oppo Watch 46mm – Exclusive to Vodafone

Technology
The new Oppo smartwatch we covered in August is now available. The Oppo Watch 46mm is exclusive to Vodafone and you can bag it at £22 per month with no upfront charge.That £22 will share data with your phone data plan but don’t forget, the Oppo Watch has standalone 4G connectivity so no need to keep it near your phone.The watch will also keep an eye on your health and heart rate, check the weather and it’ll stay up to date with Wear OS by Google. There’s real-time fitness tracking from Google Fit and five-minute workout classes.There’s also online music, mobile payment features, schedule management, phone location, message notifications and a long 21 day battery life (and it’ll recharge in just 15 minutes. It’s powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 3100 and has a bright AMOLED 1.91″ sc...
RoWrite2 – A cool smart notepad you didn’t know you needed

RoWrite2 – A cool smart notepad you didn’t know you needed

Learning, Technology
This looks pretty cool and, coming from the people that brought use the Flexpai smartphone, it should be.This is basically a writing pad. Sheets of paper, a pen, a nicely presented folder. Everything you expect. However, whatever you jot down will instantly get digitally scanned and stored. This is the RoWrite 2 and you can go and buy one for £119.99.To the video!https://www.coolsmartphone.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/rowrite2-en.mp4 It captures, stores and shares whatever your write. Best of all, it’s regular paper – no weird sensation for your hands, just doodle as you normally would. The clever Royole sensors allow it all to bend just like a regular notepad and now it’s 50% lighter than its predecessor. Smaller too, and an improved 30-day battery life. Not bad.Looks-wise it’s...
The 5G Enabled eSIM is Technology of the Future

The 5G Enabled eSIM is Technology of the Future

Learning, Technology
Back in the day, circa 1979, when the Cellular Era began transforming the way we connected, nobody could have imagined we would one day think up something as innovative as a 5G eSIM.When the first SIM card emerged in 1991 the world was dazzled by the possibilities it promised and progress it would bring. But as it goes in the tech industry, there is seemingly no limit to what human ingenuity can achieve and there are always more glass ceilings to smash.It is because of this tenacity and desire to turn bold, sometimes outlandish, ideas into reality that gave birth to technologies such as embedded SIM (eSIM) and 5G.In this post, we explore the 5G eSIM in detail – from how it works and where it works to how you can get your hands on it and which phones it works on.So, what exactly is...