Vodafone has scrapped EU roaming charges for UK customers. As of right now if you join Vodafone you can benefit from ‘Vodafone Global Roaming’ which lets you use your UK data, minutes and texts in 40 Roam-free destinations. The EU is expected to ditch roaming charges across its 28 member states in June of this year […]

Facebook Messenger was launched as a standalone app back in 2011 and users were encouraged to download it to keep in touch with their loved ones. The functionality was then removed from the main Facebook app in April 2014. Although some users (myself included) were reluctant to install a second app just for messages – […]

Apple has launched a new Special Edition (PRODUCT) RED iPhone 7 as well as a new iPad. On the iPhone 7 front you get pretty much the same as any other iPhone 7 in terms of specs, however, It’ll obviously be red and available in either a 128GB or 256GB variants. The new colour will be […]

Budget mobile phone network FreedomPop have launched their own smartphone along with a free monthly tariff. The FreedomPop V7 is a low-end android smartphone that will set you back just £59. In addition, you’ll also get a SIM card that’ll hook you up with 200 Minutes, 200 texts and 200MB data at no monthly cost. […]

If you’re an owner of a Fossil smartwatch then you’ll be pleased to know you can expect to receive the latest version of Android Wear to hit your device very soon. The update will be available for the brands ‘Q’ range of wearables, the Q Founder, Q Marshal and Q Wander. With the latest update […]

A common belief in computer science is that software can automatically trust hardware sensors, well now it seems that isn’t the case. A team of researchers from the University of Michigan have demonstrated how acoustic pulses from a speaker can be used to hack smartphones and fitness trackers. The audio tones were designed to trick the accelerometer sensor […]