Recently my husband has been doing a lot of travelling. In fact he has been away for 42 out of 44 days. To help my toddler cope with his daddy being away we have been using technology to communicate. We have used a combination of Skype and Facebook Messenger to communicate during the 44 days… Continue reading Top Tips for Skyping & Facebook Messaging your Toddler
A friend asked me the other day for some tips as they are travelling with a toddler and it got me thinking. I did a lot of travel with our first child and now that he's a toddler and our youngest is still a baby we've done both the toddler and baby travelling. Here are… Continue reading Top Tips for Travelling with Babies and Toddlers
Just before Christmas Are the Androids Dreaming Yet? landed on my doorstep. This book was one of very few that I requested to review as it comes from a former Manchester University Alumni student. As a former student there myself I thought it would be fascinating to read and I am glad I did. The… Continue reading Book Review: Are the Androids Dreaming Yet?
As a parent of two youngsters I am both shocked and disappointed that this week two of the major toy manufacturers, Mattel and VTech have been pulled up with security breaches in their products. There is a worrying trend with internet enabled children's toys and security concerns that makes me think we should stop and… Continue reading Toy Companies Need to Tighten Up Security
The rise of the Enterprise Architect The world wide web and the advancement of technology over the last decade has forced enterprises to become more complex and integrated across multiple platforms to compete in an increasingly global marketplace. Due to this highly malleable environment, the way a company approaches their internal operational management and longitudinal… Continue reading What is the best certification for an Enterprise Architect to possess?
I have had the Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Pro for almost a month and rather than doing yet another first look style article, I thought a more in depth review would be more appropriate. When this device first arrived I thought I would mainly use it like a second screen for around the house and… Continue reading Review: Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Pro
I have been waiting a long time for a smartwatch that looks and feels like a ladies watch rather than the clunky masculine devices that have been out there in the past. My hope that the Moto 360 Gen 2 was that device were not in vain. As soon as I saw the press pictures I… Continue reading Initial thoughts on the Moto 360 Gen 2 Ladies Edition Smartwatch
GirlyGeekdom is back with a new look, some new subject areas and two new mini geek reviewers! Find out what gadgets we are reviewing in the coming months and put forward your suggestions!
The Ted Baker Rockall On-Ear headphones have been out for a while now and I was lucky enough to give them a go from early on. This review covers these headphones being tested over the period of 3 months. And I have to say I have not been disappointed. Style These headphones are by far… Continue reading Ted Baker Rockall On-Ear Headphones Review
This week I have been fortunate enough to attend Mobile World Congress (MWC) with Lenovo. It has been a week of shiny gadgets, beautiful phones and much more. I have had access to executives and staff across a variety of different areas of both the Lenovo and Motorola business areas. Pretty much every question I… Continue reading Behind the Scenes with Lenovo at #MWC