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Amazon Kindle Paperwhite

This seventh generation of Paperwhite is the first I’ve owned with a light, and it’s worth the upgrade for this alone. In daylight, the light is unnoticeable and the screen reads like any Kindle. However, in fading light or sitting up in bed, it’s bright but not distracting or tiring on the eyes.
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Security Starts With Passwords

Passwords could provide the strongest link in your chain of security, so it’s critical to use a strong password, the right length, the right combination of characters, and change it often. But what makes for a secure password?
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ACS Earphones

In the 1970s, Andy Shiach was an ambitious musician. However, an ear trauma incident, in a rehearsal studio, put paid to his musical ambition. Shiach’s ambition wasn’t thwarted though, and after study and research he would go on to found a company that’s been quietly making inroads in the competitive world of headphones.
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CyberCrime & The Internet of Things

Connected devices will bring efficiencies and automation to our lives, but as we connect more and more devices, we are creating the opportunity for data to leak out, and nefarious hackers, to creep in.
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Elyxr Audio True Wireless Earbuds

Wires and cables have been cluttering up our digital lives for far too long. Over the last few years though, we’ve seen gadgets like wireless speakers growing more common in living-rooms and Samsung and others are using wireless charging to help set us free from cluttered bedside tables. Now, headphones are getting the wire free treatment. The new Elyxr Air Earbuds are an attempt to get rid of the wires whilst adding some clever features that make it easier to stay powered up while you’re on the move.
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Finis Duo MP3 Player For Swimmers Review

Music, is motivational. We’ve all found an anthem or a favourite that helps us read, concentrate or even drive. As for exercising, I find music crucial. The rhythm seems to take over. Whether you’re walking or running the music can push you on, a little further, a little faster. If swimming how you get your exercise though, there’s been little to help you enjoy music as you plough through a dozen lengths of the pool. Companies have tried to adapt devices like the iPod for underwater use but there hasn’t so far, been a good, cost effective solution.
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The Cost of CyberCrime and Insuring Against It

The impact of a cyber-breach on a small business could be catastrophic and the cost mightn’t just be financial. Reputation and operations could all threatened if a business is the victim of CyberCrime, but insurers may provide some peace of mind with the more widespread availability of Cyber Insurance policies.