Unlimited Technology

Technology is a kind of broad term, it really applies to many things, from electric lights to cars that run on oil. All these different things can be called technology. I have a kind of love-hate relationship with it, as I expect most people to do. With a computer, I spend hours sitting in front of a computer.

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How to work out if you’ve been hacked and what to do about it

How to work out if you’ve been hacked and what to do about it

Getty Images / Kieran Walsh Everyone is vulnerable to the threat of cybercriminals or hackers getting access to your information, but the threats aren’t equal for everyone.The average person will likely face fewer sophisticated threats than, say, a senior politician,...

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Why I can’t stop thinking about The Last of Us Part 2

Why I can’t stop thinking about The Last of Us Part 2

You've probably heard many things about the The Last of Us Part 2. You may have heard it's a masterpiece – a landmark in interactive storytelling. You may have heard about its graphic violence and clumsy moralising. Killing is bad? We had no idea. You might even have...

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How to take better photos with your iPhone camera

How to take better photos with your iPhone camera

The iPhone's default camera app is a relatively simple affair. For most people that has long been a positive thing, but there's still plenty of hidden features and photography tricks to get the most from your iPhone photos, whether you have an older model or the more...

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Ditch the plastic in your life with some ingenious pill power

Ditch the plastic in your life with some ingenious pill power

Despite the country’s household eco-sensibilities improving markedly over the last decade, there is no getting away from the fact that the UK still uses 13 billion plastic bottles every year. Of these, only 7.5 billion are recycled. The remaining 5.5 billion are...

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Farewell terrible Apple EarPods, you won’t be missed

Farewell terrible Apple EarPods, you won’t be missed

We’re now halfway through 2020, and it’s fair to say it’s been a rough year so far; there’s a deadly pandemic sweeping the globe, the job market is broken, the economy is in the bin, and, somehow, Apple EarPods continue to exist. Things are looking up, though! Sure,...

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How to work out if you’ve been hacked and what to do about it

Getty Images / Kieran Walsh Everyone is vulnerable to the threat of cybercriminals or hackers getting access to your information, but the threats aren’t equal for everyone.The average person will likely face fewer sophisticated threats than, say, a senior politician,...

Why I can’t stop thinking about The Last of Us Part 2

You've probably heard many things about the The Last of Us Part 2. You may have heard it's a masterpiece – a landmark in interactive storytelling. You may have heard about its graphic violence and clumsy moralising. Killing is bad? We had no idea. You might even have...

How to take better photos with your iPhone camera

The iPhone's default camera app is a relatively simple affair. For most people that has long been a positive thing, but there's still plenty of hidden features and photography tricks to get the most from your iPhone photos, whether you have an older model or the more...

Garmin thinks solar charging is more than a sports watch gimmick

Camping is back on, unlimited outdoor exercise is permitted and Garmin has decided now is as good a time as any to launch three new solar charging sports watches: the Instinct Solar, Fenix 6 Pro Solar and Fenix 6S Pro Solar. Garmin doesn’t particularly want you to...

Ditch the plastic in your life with some ingenious pill power

Despite the country’s household eco-sensibilities improving markedly over the last decade, there is no getting away from the fact that the UK still uses 13 billion plastic bottles every year. Of these, only 7.5 billion are recycled. The remaining 5.5 billion are...