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Past articles by Dan:

How to buy the right printer for you

Printers aren't the sexiest of gadgets. We know this. But the fact remains that more and more people are choosing to print out their digital photos as → Read More

How to use Skype: A beginner's guide for complete Skype novices

Skype is probably the world's best-known video calling app. It's free, but it can be a little challenging for novice users, so here's a starter guide. If → Read More

The noisiest jobs in the world: Is one of them yours?

Everyone knows that certain occupations require exposure to loud noises but just because you’re not told to wear ear protection where you work. → Read More

Fantastically geeky tattoos: Inspirational ink-work for your skin?

We've scoured the web to collect a gallery of some the most techno-nerdy-gadget-tastic tattoos in existence for you to enjoy. → Read More

Ecovacs Deebot 710 robot vacuum review

The 710 offers great cleaning skills. Its only downside is the battery life won't last for large houses. Otherwise it's a great robo-vac to consider. → Read More

Xplora 3S kids smartwatch review

Xplora is one of the few startups to have survived since kids’ smartwatches first appeared a few years ago. While the likes of Gator and Tinitell made the f... → Read More

A brief history of Microsoft Windows

We've rounded up all your favourite versions of Microsoft's operating system since its life began in 1985. Travel back through history with us. → Read More

The challenges of building a kids smartwatch

Are you a tech startup planning on making a wearable for children? If so, you might want to think again. It’s going to be expensive. It’s going to be diffic... → Read More

22 great geek tattoos

Hats off to anyone who has the cojones and high enough pain-threshold to ink themselves up for life, but a hearty round of applause for those who do so → Read More

Honeywell Lyric C1 review: No frills affordable home security

The Honeywell Lyric C1 is hard to ignore at just £85 paid and with no subscription plan to worry about. But you get what you pay for: limited → Read More

Netatmo Presence review: Right off the ugly tree and straight into our hearts

The Netatmo Presence is certainly no looker, but it deserves a space on your wall. The video quality is decent, the floodlght useful, there’s enough → Read More

How to lose weight with wearable tech

So, you've invested in a smartwatch or fitness tracker and you're looking to lose weight. But now what - how do you actually harness the power of the… → Read More

Inside Kokoon: Trials and tribulations of a Kickstarter success story

One year, ten months, three weeks and, at the time of writing, two days; that's how late the Kokoon EEG headphones are on delivering to the 8,489 Kickstarter… → Read More

The biggest wearable and smart home crowdfunding campaigns of all time

The Pebble Time smartwatch might not be the future of anything anymore but it is still pretty much untouchable as the highest grossing crowdfunding project… → Read More

Helo LX: The story of Multi-Level Marketing and one overpriced health band

Multi-level Marketing is a nasty, nasty thing, and it's just gone wearable. MLMs are a barely legal business practice where your customers become your salespeople – your distributors – in exchange for the promise of commissions for the sales that they make and the chance to earn the big bucks if they can convince some… → Read More

​Smart home visions through the ages: The history of home automation

For almost a century, the boffins of at least one big manufacturer per decade have bumped their egg-shaped heads together to figure out what the home of the future will look like. From automating domestic chores to tinkering with robot slaves, these smart homes of futures past are made up of surprisingly accurate predictions. On… → Read More

Wearable world: The hottest wearable tech hubs around the globe

From Fitbit to Oculus; pick a big hitting wearable company and you'll probably find them nestled in the bosom of California's Silicon Valley, just the same as most other sectors of the technology kingdom. But there are other hotspots for trackers, smartwatches, brain trainers and the like in more unexpected parts of the world. For… → Read More

Smart fingers: The best kit for your connected garden

You don't need to have a back yard if you want a smart garden now that the connected world has caught up with horticulture. In fact, there are handfuls of sensors at the ready which are adept at picking up those key variables like light, temperature, moisture and soil pH conditions. Sprinkle in a little… → Read More

​What is the Internet of Things? The tech revolution explained

The Internet of Things is one of the sillier phrases you'll hear, but behind this buzzword is an example of one of the most important revolutions in technology. It's an all-encompassing term that refers to the internet changing from a giant network of PCs to a mega-network that's connected to everything around you. From your… → Read More

​Best IFTTT Applets for your smart home

Alexa, Nest, Apple Homekit and Google Home are definitely upping the home automation game but IFTTT has been kicking ass and taking names in the space… → Read More