Protect Your Bubble Blog

  • Protect Your Mobile Phone Data in these 6 Simple Steps

    by SiteAdmin1
    The smartphone is supplanting the home computer as the technological device most used by most people. Chat, work, bank, take pictures, Facebook, video, everything can be done on a smartphone. Lots of personal information is stored in a smartphone, outside of phone numbers and email addresses as well. Documents, login information, passwords and more are
  • We Hope to see you at the Gadget Show Live @Christmas

    by SiteAdmin1
    This year we will be at the Gadget Show Live @ Christmas between 1st and 3rd November at Earls Court. The Gadget Show live is the number 1 technology event over the Christmas period and will be jam packed with exhibitions, games and tech, giving visitors the chance to preview all of the latest and...
  • Motorists vs. Cyclists – An Issue of Safety

    by SiteAdmin1
    A Motor driver friend of mine was recently involved in a collision with a cyclist. While I would hate to pass judgement on who was at fault, the fact of the matter is that in car and bicycle collisions, the bicycle rider is usually the more vulnerable of the two...
  • 5 Great Reasons to Travel with your iPhone

    by SiteAdmin1
    Packing for holiday used to be a lot harder. You needed to remember your camera, travel guides, Travel Insurance documents and much more. Thanks to those clever people at Apple however, it’s a lot easier these days as much of what we used to have to pack can be contained in one nifty device; your
  • 10 Handy iPad Tricks, Tips & Shortcuts

    by SiteAdmin1
    Every device and most programs have hidden features, sometimes called Easter Eggs. Sometimes these just do something wackily. Sometime they are actually useful shortcuts that the maker didn’t see fit to include in the user manual (which you never read anyway). This includes the iPad. Apple includes an instruction manual, but the entire list of ...
  • Minimise the Risk of Bicycle Theft

    by SiteAdmin1
    Given time and determination, there’s just no way to protect a bike from thieves. Risk of bicycle theft can be minimised but does not guarantee that it will not be stolen. If they want it, they are going to find a way of getting it....
  • 10 Great reasons to buy the iPhone 5s

    by SiteAdmin1
    If you are an iPhone fan then you may need little persuasion to invest in the iPhone 5s. This year however the Smartphone competition is stronger than ever, and with many phones available on the market it goes without saying that for some there has to be a number of pretty good reasons to upgrade...
  • How to Protect and Look After your New iPhone 5s

    by SiteAdmin1
    It’s surprising the number of people that think the worst won’t happen to their iPhone. The unfortunate reality is, even if you are extra careful, you still can’t be sure you won’t lose your new gadget and you certainly can’t guarantee it won’t be stolen from you. According to this article 300 phones are stolen...
  • 5 iPhone Apps that will change your University experience for the better

    by SiteAdmin1
    If you are off to University this September, then there will be plenty of things to get organised, most importantly yourself. University is a great way to develop your skills and make friends for life, but it can be hard to stay focused and organised with so many distractions and social events calling. Help is...
  • Your New iPhone 5S: Apple Warranty, AppleCare+ and iPhone Insurance compared

    by SiteAdmin1
    f you are treating yourself to a brand new iPhone 5s, or an iPhone 5c, then you will want to make sure that you are taking the correct steps to protect it. You may be aware of the Apple standard warranties and the options available to extend this, as well as the iPhone Insurance options...
  • iPhone 5s and 5c Reviews, Pictures and Videos

    by SiteAdmin1
    Ok, so we’ve not actually done a review of either the iPhone 5S or the 5C ourselves. Both of the handsets aren’t currently available in the UK (although available to pre-order) so we’ve not managed to get our hands on one. We have however scanned the web, read many reviews and have compiled a list
  • 5 of the best Playstation Games of the 90s

    by SiteAdmin1
    Everyone is talking about Apple this month, but the new iPhone isn’t the only piece of tech due to launch this side of 2013. Games consoles just don’t seem to get the column inches they deserve anymore, perhaps because they are kept behind closed doors while everyone flaunts their Smartphones. Put the desire for portability ...
  • Will the Fingerprint Scanner make the iPhone 5S the Most Secure iPhone yet?

    by SiteAdmin1
    Many of us use our iPhone for almost everything. Social Media, emails, internet banking and perhaps online transactions. All of this means that at some point or other our personal information is being stored on our iPhone. If your iPhone gets lost or stolen it is a huge inconvenience but at least Gadget Insurance can ...
  • 2013 Release Date Rumours – iPhone 5S / 5C, Galaxy Note 3 and more

    by SiteAdmin1
    September 2013 is a much anticipated month for Apple fans everywhere as they eagerly await the launch of the new iPhone. Apple, however are not the only tech giants keeping fans on their toes and eagerly awaiting the launch of new devices. The last few months has seen the rumour mill run rife with news
  • We hope to see you at the Cycle show 2013 NEC Birmingham

    by SiteAdmin1
    If you are serious about cycling then there is only one place you’ll want to be at the end of this month, and that’s in Birmingham for the biggest show in cycling. The Cycle Show 2013 looks set to be bigger than ever this year...
  • 5 Questions That Could Potentially Slow The Future Of Google Glass

    by SiteAdmin1
    Google Glass has captured a lot of attention due to its unique design and functions. Wearable technology has been cited as the future of technology and Google have excited tech fans with the next generation of wearable tech, set to take the Gadget market by storm. There is little doubt that the concept is brilliant ...
  • The History of the Bicycle – From Birth to Today

    by SiteAdmin1
    The bicycle remains one of the most popular means of transportation nearly two centuries after it was first invented. This simple mechanical device has been enjoyed by children and used by adults to travel to work, for shopping and a myriad of other destinations...
  • Google Glass Could Be The Next Big Thing Gadget for Cyclists

    by SiteAdmin1
    The next big thing in cycling is… Google Glass. This tech eyewear from giant Google bring large parts of the Internet right to your face quite literally. Google Glass is a glasses like band with an interface on one arm and a view box on the upper right...
  • 5 Apps every Girl Should Try:

    by SiteAdmin1
    With so many apps available, not all of them are going to be invaluable to everyone and some in particular may be of more value to us girls, than to the men in our lives. If like me, you are a bit of an app snob then on the surface some of these available apps...
  • Four Questions to ask yourself before assuming your Gadgets are covered by your Home Insurance

    by SiteAdmin1
    Gadgets these days are more portable than ever. Your Smartphone is conveniently pocket sized and devices like laptops and iPads are designed to leave your home when required. These are the things we are likely to take with us when we go to work, out with friends or on holiday and for that reason there...

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