Tech Tips

Get Your Ride On: Switch E-Scooter

Every scooter can be connected to your smartphone via a Bluetooth Smart App, which allows you to control your scooter.

Tamara Clarke

Why Entrepreneurs Use No-Code To Launch MVPs

You've heard of the minimum viable product, but what about the minimum lovable product? In an increasingly competitive market, can you afford to start something that isn't perfect?

Harish Malhi

Why Are Entrepreneurs Still Ignoring This Easy Way to Boost Profits?

The average SaaS company spends just 6 hours determining its pricing strategy. This means entrepreneurs are missing out on a crucial part of their business.

Ariel Shapira

Power Up: Belkin 10W Wireless Charging Pad

This "stand up" charger is well designed with matte rubber for the flat charging surface, as well as "arms" that keep your phone from sliding off the surface.

Tamara Clarke

5 Questions to Ask When Hiring a Tech Team

Knowing when the right time is to bring your tech team in-house is tough. Here are five questions to help your decision.

Craig Ceccanti

Listen Up: Huawei FreeBuds Pro 2

Huawei FreeBuds Pro 2 boasts of long battery life- just ten minutes of charging allows the headset to have up to 2.5 hours of music playback.

Tamara Clarke

Let's Get Real: RealMe C35

C35 is the lightest and thinnest smartphone in the RealMe C series weighing in at 187g and a depth of just 8.1mm.

Tamara Clarke

Put A Ring On It: Ring Alarm

Simply install the contact sensor on a door or window, and place the motion detector wherever you want to detect movement.

Tamara Clarke

Show Up: Amazon Echo Show 10

The13-megapixel, wide-angle camera pans and zooms to keep you front and center.

Tamara Clarke

Listen Good: Jabra Elite 7

Elite 7 Active keeps you going with the design guaranteed to give you the best fit even when you're working out.

Tamara Clarke

Picture Perfect: Realme 9 Pro+

Fun fact: the device's Super AMOLED screen has an in-display fingerprint sensor that can detect your heart rate.

Tamara Clarke

Go Green: Virgin Mobile Biodegradable SIM

The new biodegradable SIM is made from an oxo-biodegradable plastic that breaks down into tiny pieces and slowly degrades in the presence of oxygen and ultraviolet light.

Tamara Clarke