Didn’t catch Lifehacker on Tuesday? Learn how to make your home completely wireless and the most common uses for smart phones.
How To Go Completely Wireless In Your Home
Whether for aesthetic or practical reasons, most people don’t like running wires around their entire home to, say, get online or hook up a home theatre. These tips and tricks can help you go wireless in nearly any room in the house.
Your Smart Phone Is Not For Entertainment
Smart phones are proving increasingly popular — around 36% of Australians now own one. But while we’ve rapidly embraced them for on-the-go Internet searching and email checking, their use as an entertainment device is still somewhat restricted.
Powerhand Power Board Handles Bulky Chargers With Ease
We’ve long been advocates of taking a powerboard on the road, but the bulky size of many chargers means you can’t always utilise every slot. The Powerhand eliminates that issue by offering five linked outlets on individual short leads, meaning you can easily charge multiple devices no matter what size is involved.
Vodafone Simplify Offers Flat-Rate Prepaid Calling
Vodafone’s prepaid offerings have focused on cap-based calling. Its new Simplify plans reverse that trend, with basic flat-rate charges for calling.