I love a bit of tech writing and reviewing so it was a pleasure to do some more review work for T3.com. In this piece I highlight the best NAS drives (Network Attached Storage) on the market. These beauties do a lot more than store files like a traditional hard drive – they are a personal cloud service and media server. Take a look here.
I have had great hair in the run up to my maternity leave (Baby Sharpe is due very soon) – partly thanks to all the good pregnancy hormones and partly thanks to all the technology reviews I’ve been doing for T3.com! If you’re in the market for a new hairdryer, curler, straightening brush or, on the opposite end of the spectrum, a shaver – please do read my reviews – links below.
Which backpack will enhance, rather than hamper, your travels?
In this group test for T3.com, I ask which backpack will see you travelling with a grin rather than grimace on your face? Each bag I selected for our top five is fit for purpose, be that purpose a cycle commute, a week canyonning, a hike up Mount Snowdon or just a trip to your mum’s for the weekend… Read my reviews here.
Editing photos on your iPad is extremely enjoyable thanks to its large glossy touchscreen. Armed with a great photo editing app you can be manipulating and fine tuning your photos wherever you are – you’re certainly free from the shackles of the PC when it comes to making the most of your images. It’s totally feasible to edit a batch of photos and share them via social media during your morning commute. But the selection of image editing apps on the market is vast and knowing which one will suit you best can be confusing, so we’ve tested all the iPad photo apps below. In this article for TechRadar I put the top 8 photo editing apps on test, so you can find your perfect partner and get creating.
Click here to read the article on TechRadar.
A sniff of sunshine and we’ve gone festival mad this month. Our Ultimate Festival Guide equips you with info about the festival best offerings in the region and beyond, but we haven’t stopped there, we’ve secured a pair of tickets for almost all of our featured festivals to give away. See the online competitions page at www.247magazine.co.uk for more details. Should you fail to win tickets, we tell you how you can still do festivals for free – by volunteering. We also advise on how to avoid the ‘festival freaks’ that seem to appear when you least expect them… All this and the usual listings, fashion and street art makes for a bumper 48-page mag for your reading pleasure.
Read the whole magazine online here.