Most of us have a digital camera and not just in our phones. They allow us to take high-resolution pictures more easily, offering us a wider range of functions, but DSLR's are for people who want to take their photography experience a step further, giving them better control, more freedom and creativity.
Apple’s iPod has revolutionised the way we listen to music, no one can deny that. With excellent User Interface and storage, combined with the integration of iTunes (even the most ardent Apple fans will admit to iTunes not being the best), they provided the consumer with a music library that was in our pockets and on-the-go - but what if you want something else?
Samsung and Apple have been engaged in a war for the top-selling phone for as long as we can remember. Not only have they been outdoing each other in terms of the features they offer (which, from a consumer’s point of view, can only be a good thing), but have had controversial legal battles that continue to plague the headlines. That being said, we’re not here to mull over petty corporate squabbles, but to make up our minds on which is the best option.
With summer fast approaching, it’s time to start thinking about your holidays and how you’re going to look in your shorts and t-shirt after a winter of excess and sloth. This means that wearable fitness tech - which has recently become a major focus of the largest technology manufacturers - could be right up your street.
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