Posted by Paul Groberts
on June 22nd, 2016, 3:30 pm GMT
Batteries have been around for hundreds of years, but not always as we know them today; they have been developed and improved over recent years to give us the selection we know today.
Developed over the last few decades in particular, rechargeable batteries have come a long way from their initial invention. Until 1859, all batteries were primary and could only be used once.
Posted by Admin
on June 22nd, 2016, 12:14 pm GMT
Personal health-based tech looks set to undergo some pretty big developments over the next few years. We’re already slowly bringing digital technology into our personal medical world, and are likely to do so more and more in the future. The potential for using apps and devices to monitor and even improve our health is enormous, and there’s a lot in the pipeline.
Depending on how well we can integrate health-based personal technology with our lifestyles, our bodies, and (perhaps most importantly) our mindsets, here are just a few of the tech-based personal health advances we could see in the next few years:
Posted by Mark Holland
on June 14th, 2016, 11:24 am GMT
Vodafone has marked a decade of devices with the Smart platinum 7, its new flagship 4G smartphone. Back in 2006, Vodafone began creating devices, its first being the Vodafone 710, to reduce the cost to its customers of owning the latest mobile technology, and therefore to enable more of them to access well built, slim and sleek handsets and its fast and reliable mobile networks.
The Smart platinum 7 is designed to meet customer requirements for a smartphone that contains the latest mobile technology, delivers top class performance and is tuned to the operator’s fast and reliable 4G+ networks. It’s that’s made from super slim aluminium, has a glass frame; 2k AMOLED display; 16MP rear camera with zero second shutterlag; up to two days’ battery lifetime.
Posted by Liam Watson
on June 5th, 2016, 12:31 pm GMT
In the entertainment industry, gambling is a venture that has grown incredibly over the past few years, to majority of gambling enthusiast this is quite unbelievable. Several years earlier gambling was regarded as a rogue venture conducted in smoky back rooms and landlines, always. Compare the current gambling scene and the gambling conducted several years earlier and I assure you that you will defiantly be awestruck.
In summary, betting in the 21st century is simply full of fun, easier and technically a paradise to we betting enthusiasts.
Posted by John Scudd
on March 24th, 2016, 12:08 pm GMT
Customers who pre-order the iPhone SE 16GB or 64GB on a Vodafone Red 2GB Bundle for £34 per month (£9 upfront cost) or £40 per month (£9 upfront cost) respectively, will enjoy unlimited texts, unlimited minutes and 2GB of data.
Alternatively, customers can pre-order either memory variant on a Vodafone Red Value 4GB Bundle, at £44 per month for the iPhone SE 16GB or £49 per month for the iPhone SE 64GB. Again, both have a £9 upfront cost and include unlimited texts, unlimited minutes and 4GB of data, as well as a choice of free access to Netflix (available until 31 March 2016), Sky Sports Mobile TV, Spotify Premium or a NOW TV Entertainment Pass for 6 months.