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HP Trick or Treat

Two young children pretending to be scared by an app on a laptop.

I’ve never really been fussed about Halloween but, as Dylan and Xander are getting older and have been told all about it at school and pre school respectively, I’ve taken more of an interest this year. Especially as HP have given me a brand spanking new Pavilion x360 laptop and ENVY 5640 wireless printer to …

Review: RavPower portable charger

If there’s one gripe I have with smartphones, it’s their short battery life. Well that coupled with their infuriating propensity to run out just as you’ve thought of something downright hilarious to say on Twitter. Mine seems to take forever to charge via a socket these days too. I spent most of BritMums Live stood …

Review: Stopmotion Studio 4.0

I’ve always been interested in making films and have been lucky enough to have made a few reasonably successful ones in my career to date. All of these have been live action but, being a massive fan of Terry Gilliam and the surreal links he created for Monty Python’s Flying Circus, I’ve always wanted to give …

Review: Snugg Nexus 7 case

There must be some psychic PR folk out there. I’ve been meaning to get a case for my Google Nexus for a little while without ever getting round to it. With great timing, an email arrived from The Snugg asking whether I’d like one to review. Brilliant! A few days later, the Snugg Nexus 7 Case arrived. It …

Appy days are here again

I got a new tablet from my parents for Christmas and it is, without doubt, my new favourite thing. I realise how materialistic that makes me sound, but it really is the epitome of awesomoeness and will make my life better. So there. Of course, a tablet is nothing without the apps that make your …