Keeping fit is a never-ending pursuit, and tracking your fitness has become a national sport. Fitbit has lightened the Versa launched last year, and the new Versa Lite may be the smart device you are looking for. Steven Ambrose goes running gyming and swimming to test out the new Versa Lite
Smartphones have become the mobile professionals Swiss Army knife. There is almost nothing you can't do with one. One challenge is when you have a table full of people and need to conference call. Enter the Jabra Speak 510. The Jabra 510 speakerphone is light portable and allows Bluetooth connections or USB connections to mobiles and Laptops and transforms your call into a professional conference call.
Hisense has been making mobile phones for several years, and they have always represented excellent value and quality. Their latest flagship the H30 and its little brother the H30 Lite are aiming higher while still retaining good value and quality. Midrange phones are plentiful in the market, and the new Hisense H30 is targeted at fashion-conscious tech-savvy consumers.
Smartphones have many uses but the most common today, outside some calling, is that of a camera. Document your life or use it professionally; the roles are endless. All the smartphone manufacturers are outdoing themselves to make the best camera smartphone on the market, and the number of lenses is key to this race.
Tracking your activity has become a default for those that want to get fitter or healthier or both. Fitbit has been at the forefront of wearable trackers for many years and their latest the Fitbit Inspire HR combines all the best of Fitbit technology in a slim light and unobtrusive package.
Huawei has once again pulled out the stops to make a class-leading flagship with the P30 Pro. The latest Kirin 980 processor a total of four cameras on the rear and some innovative tech combine to make the P30 Pro a contender for the best mobile device of 2019. Steven Ambrose tests the P30 Pro and sees if Huawei has done it again.
In the hyper-connected internet age, it's easy to forget that the radio has kept us all enthralled informed and entertained for almost a century. The worlds first commercial radio station KDKA Pittsburg went live on Nov 2, 1920, and the rest is history