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All Articles by Richard Devine

What you can use with Apple HomeKit in the UK

Based in the UK and wondering what you can get that works with Apple HomeKit? We're here to help. Here's a guide to the great products you need to consider!

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How to switch from Windows Phone to iPhone

If the latest crop of iPhones has you ditching your old Windows Phone, here's how you bring all your data with you.

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How to set up Outlook calendars on the iPhone

If you plan to use an iPhone with your Microsoft services, you'll want to set up your Outlook calendars. Here's how to get up and running.

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Best legal add-ons for Kodi

Kodi gets a bad rap for piracy, but there's a ton of legal stuff you can add to it for your enjoyment. Here's some of the best to get you up and running.

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OSMC brings Wi-Fi back to life on the original Apple TV

The best Kodi build for the original Apple TV just got even better thanks to a fix for the internal wireless card.

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What is Kodi and how do you use it?

Have you heard folks talking about this "Kodi" thing, and you're wondering what it's all about? Here's everything you need to know about the platform and how to get started with it.

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The Sennheiser Ambeo Smart Headset will change your iPhone video forever

This looks like a normal pair of in-ear headphones. But it's going to change the way you record video on your iPhone forever.

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Logitech's Universal Folio is a new affordable keyboard for your iPad

iPad keyboard cases are fairly common, but that hasn't stopped Logitech producing another one. If you're looking for something a little more affordable than the Apple Smart Keyboard for your baby iPad Pro, the Universal Folio might be just the job.

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Best UK Travel Apps for iPhone and iPad

Need to get around in the UK? You've got some really great iPhone and iPad apps at your disposal. These are the ones you absolutely must get.

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Razer's latest headphones are perfect for the iPhone 7

Razer, famed for all things gaming, has some new headphones coming our way soon that are perfect for iPhone 7 owners everywhere. The latest version of the Hammerhead comes in two flavors; Bluetooth and Lightning.

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How to install Kodi on the first generation Apple TV

Don't let that old Apple TV sit in a closet — or worse, go to the great electronics scrapheap in the sky. With Kodi, an open-source media center, you can bring it back to life again!

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How to use the Apple Music app on Android

Apple Music has been on Android for a while now, and it's now on par with its iOS counterpart. There's nothing to choose between them, and that's exactly how it should be.

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How to set up and use iCloud Drive on Windows 10

Apple makes some of its core services available also to Windows users, to help them keep everything in sync with their iPhones and iPads. Here we take a look at getting going with iCloud Drive.

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Geekbench 4 for iOS goes free until April 10, now with added Metal

Benchmarkers rejoice! Geekbench 4 has added support for Metal which means a proper compute benchmark on your iPhone or iPad.

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Cheap Cloud Storage — which one saves you the most?

Choosing a cloud storage provider is like choosing a car: There's something out there for everyone's different needs. We break down what it'll cost you on the major providers, how much you get, and what they'll offer you for free.

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Where to pre-order Nintendo Switch in the UK

Want to get in on the Nintendo Switch pre-orders in the UK? Here's where to go.

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Grab the first new Stone Roses track in 21 years right now from iTunes

Iconic British Band, The Stone Roses, pushed out their first new music in 21 years. And you can get hold of it right now from the iTunes Store.

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The Panono 360 degree camera isn't for everyone, but it's super impressive

360 degree photography is a growing market and Panono is pushing for the high-end of that with its own camera. It only shoots still photos, but they're probably the best you'll find in this category right now.

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Best over-ear headphones: As chosen by Mobile Nations editors

In-ear headphones aren't for all people and situations, with over-ear cans offering much in the way of comfort, richer sound and top drawer noise cancellation. Here we round up Mobile Nations' finest headphone wearers to share what they're using and why.

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The best in-ear headphones

There are thousands of pairs of in-ear headphones out there, so if you're looking to try something new and better, where on earth to begin? Right here! We've rounded up some of the Mobile Nations editors to share their favorites.

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