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Male Suicide: The Feminization of Mental Health
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

In this article I want to talk about the high rate of male suicide in the West. I’ve already made a video called “Why men are killing themselves”, in that video I talk about structural societal biases against men such as … Read More

What Google Gave the World
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

Google was founded by Larry Page and Sergey Brin in September of 1998. It’s primary business was and continues to be its search engine product. Its ubiquity as the most popular search engine on the web has introduced the transitive … Read More

Tech News: iPhone Bricking Bug, Ad-Block Wars
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

It’s Monday 15th of February 2016, let’s do the latest tech stories, first up VR headsets have up until now required the support of either a smartphone or a PC. They either allow you to slot in your phone into … Read More

Why I Won’t be Switching Back to Windows 10
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

Microsoft and Apple’s rivalry has forced them to raise the standards of their software significantly. But I’ll still be remaining on OS X. Continue reading

Top 10 Best Free-to-play Steam Games 2016
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

PC gaming can be an expensive hobby if you’re primarily concerned with the big budget triple A titles out there. Thankfully services like Steam provide a plethora of affordable and even free games that offer excellent high quality gameplay. Here’s … Read More

Second Screening: Internet of Things is a Trojan Horse
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

Second Screening, that new phenomenon that smartphones and tablets have brought us. You sit yourself down in front of the television to watch your favourite movie or TV show but you can’t seem to remain focused on it for very … Read More

Apple’s New iPhone 6 & iPhone 6s Smart Battery Case Provides Extra Juice
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

Apple’s New iPhone 6 & iPhone 6s Smart Battery Case Provides Extra Juice Is your iPhone 6 or iPhone 6s not quite lasting you as long as you’d like on a single charge? Do you need a little extra runtime … Read More

The Netbook is Back & Better Than Ever
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

Cast your mind back to 2007 with the Asus Eee PC, the first defacto netbook that ran Linux and featured a 7-inch display with 2GB of storage and an Intel celeron processor. This low-powered super cheap little laptop birthed what … Read More

Facebook will inform users when government is spying on them
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Facebook will now begin informing its users as to when it believes their accounts have been spied on by US Government agencies like the NSA. Alex Stamos is Facebook’s Chief Security Officer and he took to the social network to explain this: “While … Read More

Infuriating & Condescending Mobile Game Tutorials
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

Infuriating & Condescending Mobile Game Tutorials Mobile gaming on smartphones and tablets has a big problem and it’s one that is driving me nuts. I don’t mind so much the freemium model of in-app purchases and advertisements, after all, developers … Read More

GoPro’s new Hero+ sports Wi-Fi for $199
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

GoPro has announced another portable camera designed for adventurous types, which will aimed at those on a budget.  The new GoPro Hero+. It’s priced at $199 and sports Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity. There’ no touchscreen this time however, something had to … Read More

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Why in-flight Wi-Fi on Airplanes is a bad idea
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

European airlines to offer in-flight Wi-Fi in 2017 When I first heard that Wi-Fi would be introduced on passenger aircraft I shuddered and I still shudder to this day. US carriers have offered hi-speed web access on board their aircraft … Read More

Google OnHub is a new unique take on the Wi-Fi router
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Google has released its latest home tech appliance in the form of a unique cylindrical Wi-Fi router called the OnHub. Google developed the OnHub in conjunction with TP-Link in an effort to build an aesthetically pleasing product that the owner will … Read More

Microsoft adding Keyboard & Mouse Functionality to Xbox One
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Phil Spencer, Microsoft’s head of Xbox has revealed that the Xbox One will soon be receiving keyboard and mouse support. This move will certainly separate Microsoft’s console from the Sony Playstation 3 and will provide gamers with enhanced, precision control. … Read More

New Zealand Abandons Freedom of Speech
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This week, New Zealand has basically decided to hand in its notice when it comes to sanity and public discourse. The government there has passed the Harmful Digital Communications Bill that aims to take a stand against online trolls and … Read More

Lenovo considering Retro ThinkPad Laptop
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Are you sick and tired of laptops becoming more streamlined and sophisticated looking? Well turns out so are Lenovo. VP of design David Hill wants to create a new ThinkPad that’s a throwback to the classic era IBM era from … Read More

WWDC 2015: Did Apple do enough?
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

Apple’s WWDC 2015, World Wide Developers Conference took place yesterday. Although there was plenty of new software refinements and enhancements, very little could be considered truly innovative. Perhaps we’ve come to expect too much from these events. iOS 9 gave … Read More

Microsoft Surface 3 Review: The iPad Air 2 Killer
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

The Microsoft Surface tablet line has truly become a refined and complete tablet / laptop device, delivering the best of both worlds to users. Where Apple’s iPad and indeed many Android tablets fall short is their simplified and appliance-like nature. … Read More

Why you should & shouldn’t build your own PC
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Why you should & shouldn’t build your own PC Store bought OEM PCs or Custom Built PCs? Should you build or buy your next computer? In this article, I’m going to give you 4 reasons why you shouldn’t and 4 reasons … Read More

How Social Justice is Killing Freedom of Speech
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How Social Justice is killing Freedom of Speech Believe it or not, the Internet may be doing more to stifle free speech than promote it. Certainly we can agree that the Internet is a place where people are genuinely free … Read More