With some many web browsers around, choosing the right one can be tough. And when it comes to privacy, getting the right browser is essential. If you’re looking to make your web surfing as private as possible, then we’ve got the low down on all the main browsers, so you can know exactly what you’re getting.
For a long time, storage was one of the most expensive parts of a new mobile phone. Sure, buying a small 4GB or 8 GB device was pretty cheap. More than that though, and you'd be paying a fair chunk of change. However, times are changing, and with more people using cloud storage, and even internal storage becoming cheaper, plus the advent of SD cards, mobile storage isn't quite the problem that it used to be. However, with the new Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system, there's a new storage choice on the market: adoptable storage. What is it? How does it work? Do you want to use it? That's what we're here to find out!
Having a smartphone is awesome, getting that bill at the end of the month though, that’s not quite so awesome. Fortunately, in the UK mobile operators are required to implement a spending cap if you want one. What’s a spending cap? How does it work? That’s what we’re here to tell you. And we’ve even got some great recommendations for capped contracts too!
You likely use it multiple times a day, but is it safe and secure? From apps to email to accessing your bank online, here are some of the best ways to secure your smartphone.
How many times have you rushed to pick up your mobile, only to find out that it was a telemarketer or maybe an ex-spouse or partner calling to harass you? It’s a serious annoyance isn’t it?
Well, you’re not alone. A record-breaking 180,188 complaints were made in the UK last year, most of which involved nuisance calls made by telemarketers. Despite the massive influx of new complaints, up over 11 per cent in 2014-15, only 5 companies were fined for their actions.