With the launch of the iPhone 7, the traditional 3.5mm headphone jack was removed, and likely won’t be available on any new iPhone’s going forward.
Apple included some new headphones that connected via the lightning adapter port, and a lightning to 3.5mm adapter, however since this is also used for charging, many people have turned to Bluetooth to connect their headphones.
But those with an investment in expensive 3.5mm headphones don’t want to go out and buy a new set, and so bluetooth Read more [...]
BeeLine, a compact handlebar-mounted device that strips back navigation to the bare basics in order to reawaken natural instincts and encourage exploration, launches today following a successful Kickstarter campaign by the British start-up last year.
Passionate cyclists and the brains behind the company, Tom Putnam and Mark Jenner, are launching BeeLine to the world with a mission to put cyclists back in control of their journeys, rather than following prescribed, over-engineered directions given Read more [...]
Wrike is a project management software that is privately owned. As an online tool, it mainly offers a project management service as well as work collaboration. Its users can easily keep track of their projects, with easy access to deadlines and schedules that normally get lost in email. Project management tools are especially handy as it enables users in specified groups to work together efficiently. There are so many features that Wrike has that one would find intuitive and easy to work with.
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A new app-based insurance product has been launched by Ageas, designed to revolutionise the way Millennials protect their possessions and travel experiences.
Back Me Up, powered by insurance giant Ageas, offers all-in-one place cover, managed and customised via an app. Users can upload photos and categorise items they wish to protect, then switch them in and out via the app as often as they want.
With no annual contract, users can turn cover on and off without any penalty fees or charges to pay. Designed Read more [...]
A London-based startup has partnered up with a number of service providers, to offer the UK’s first national Pokémon Go Professional Playing service. The service is especially for time-strapped gamers that want to level up and amass Pokémon while they work.
A bit like booking a dog walker, players across the UK can book a ‘trainer’ by visiting the search page of local professional marketplace Bidvine’s newest service: www.bidvine.com/pok-mon-go-walking.
After putting in a postcode – Read more [...]