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Men’s Fashion Basics – Part 100b – A Formal Round-Up

A Formal Round-Up So let’s dive straight back into it, shall we? Suits When it comes to the jacket, make sure that it hugs your shoulders, is slim in the body and that it covers your bottom. The trousers should be slim, not skinny, and have a break that suits…

How To Pull Off The Smart Casual Dress Code

Nothing screams elegance like formal attire, but often occasions don’t call for a full suit. With the smart casual dress code being admired by many, how does a man pull it off? Recent advice has often made things confusing but I’m here today to strip it right down for you, giving you…

Princess Diana is the muse for Off-White Spring 2018

Virgil Abloh showcases one of his biggest inspirations in his next collection, the Royal style icon In the 20th year since Princess Diana’s tragic death, there has been a slew of books, documentaries and tributes dedicated to the people’s princess. Now, Virgil Abloh is taking it a step further, as the first…

Samsung Galaxy S8: everything we think we know
There’s no doubt the Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 Edge have been big hits for Samsung and we certainly loved them – so what does the South Korean company do for a follow-up? Work will already have started on the Galaxy S8 phones and here’s what we know... Read more
What we want to see in next year’s iPhone 7S
The dust has settled on the launch of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus – so of course it’s time to turn our attention to the 2017 models, which we assume are going to be called the iPhone 7S and the iPhone 7S Plus, if Apple decides to... Read more
Location history: what does Google really track about where you go?
At the back of your mind you probably know that you’re not getting Google search, Gmail, Google Maps, Google Drive and everything else for free – Google sells advertising against all our accounts to keep its data centres whirring and its software engineers well paid. Here we’re going to... Read more
10 of the best laptops for students at school, college or university
The first computers were introduced at universities, though they were a little different from the svelte laptops we’re looking at today. Those machines were building-sized monstrosities that had punch card inputs and operated as giant glorified calculators. Today’s computers need to be able to do much more than the... Read more
Google Assistant paves the way for an ‘AI-first world’
Google Assistant is coming to Google Pixel and Google Home, the Amazon Echo-competitor. During a product demo of what was first demonstrated at Google I/O earlier this year, we were shown Google Assistant looking up movie listings as well as processing phrases like “is that any good?” to find... Read more
Google Home is here! And we can’t wait to see what it can do
Google Home was announced at the I/O conference back in May, but it’s been given a proper debut at today’s Made by Google Event. If you missed the news the first time around, it’s essentially the Google version of the Amazon Echo (Google even gave Amazon a shout out... Read more
1. SHARKK Lightning Believe it or not, there are already headphones that plug into Apple’s Lightning jack, and you can bet more are coming. If you’ve got an iPhone 7 and want to buy something right now, these will do. They’re relatively cheap, and sport a flat cable that’s... Read more
PEOPLE WITH THE DISEASE HAVE FOUND NEW WAYS TO MODIFY THEIR GEAR, AND THEIR OWN METABOLISMS Emma Black was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes in late 2014. Because diabetics’ bodies don’t produce insulin, they need to be constantly aware of a lot of different numbers: their carbohydrate intake, their... Read more