The Vinci headphones were meant to be a revolutionary new type of headphone. They did not need a phone to work, as they had built-in storage, a SIM card tray that could support up to 3G and most interestingly, a screen on the side of the right earcup.Continue reading
Over the past few years, it has felt like the smartphone market has been totally oversaturated with devices. With phones from hundreds of different manufacturers releasing every month, it’s hard for companies to find a gap in the market. However, instead of trying to innovate to try and find and fill that gap, they are still continuing on the old screen-battery-processor cycle. o.5cm less bezel and half an hour’s more battery life for just £200 more!Continue reading
I’ve been using an ad blocker for a few years now, and it hasn’t really crossed my mind whether it was ethical or not- until now. Of course, I have seen all of the popups asking me to disable my ad blocker, but I have simply just disabled it without a second thought, but now that I think about it, ad blockers should only be used to block malicious or intrusive ads that are trying to harm your computer or just jump out at you, blasting audio when you forgot to mute your computer. It’s not right to deprive the website you are using’s revenue, after all, they have to pay for hosting, the domain and other things. Even with large corporations like YouTube, they rely on advertisements to pay the creators of the videos, so: do the content creators a favour and disable it for them so they can keep making the content you love.
As for the intrusive ads, you can block them by using Adblock Plus. Simply right-click on the bad ad you want to block and click on ‘Block element.’ If this doesn’t appear, try highlighting the object first.