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10 best travel apps

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So you’re going travelling, and you need to make sure everything is prepared before you go and that you have enough to make sure you can survive while you’re away from home. In the past you’d have to go around doing some serious research, printing out maps, or perhaps even just winging it when you arrive at your destination. Fortunately, …

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The ten Xbox games you should have on your Christmas List

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We’re roughly halfway through November at the moment, which means that everything is starting to gear up towards Christmas. Christmas is, of course, a time for giving and receiving gifts and what better gift to receive than a game for that shiny black box sitting under your TV? If you’re an Xbox gamer you will no doubt be wanting the …

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Mastercard is offering free contactless travel in London later this month

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It’s been nearly two months since Transport for London began allowing payment for public transport using contactless card payments as well as the Oyster Card, and now Mastercard is offering free transport around the city if you have a contactless NFC-ready Mastercard. It’s called ‘Fare Free Fridays’ and the trial is happening on the 14th and 28th of November. On these …

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Steve Wozniak thinks Apple should’ve made a larger smartphone years ago

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The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are the first time that Apple has really entered the business of large smartphones. Some people love that, and some people hate it. One surprising opinion came from Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, who thinks that Apple should’ve moved to larger screens three years ago. Speaking with CNNMoney, Wozniak said that he believes Apple would …

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The new Firefox brings you web privacy at the click of a button

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In the era of mass surveillance people are more and more concious about their privacy online, but the web browsers haven’t real caught up with the trend. Sure we’ve got things like Do Not Track and private browsing, but Mozilla isn’t happy and so the latest version of Firefox puts privacy at the forefront. The main point to note is …

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Transport for London will introduce driverless Tube trains from 2020

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The tube is always a nightmare in certain places, especially if you’re travelling at rush hour. To try and combat the congestion, and to deal with the problem of London’s growing population, TfL has revealed the new driverless tube trains that will start going into service from 2020. 250 of the new trains will go into service on the Bakerloo, Central, Piccadilly …

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The Nexus 6 could be the most powerful Android phone yet

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We’ve been hearing a lot about what the Nexus 6 might be including, and benchmark tests are proving to be a valuable source of information. One that’s been spotted recently, however, shows off that the Nexus 6 might end up being seriously powerful. More powerful than the likes of the LG G3 and the Galaxy S5 even. The benchmark site …

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The Desire 820 is HTC’s 64-bit Android handset

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Not everyone wants to splash out £500+ when they buy a new smartphones, and it’s hardly surprising that budget and mid-tier smartphones have become a lot more popular and commonplace. The Desire 820, on the other hand, is the first phone to bring some serious power to a phone that has a mid-range price. The phone comes with Qualcomm’s new …

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