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Andrew Edney

I am the owner and editor of this site. I have been interested in gadgets and tech since I was a little kid. I have also written a number of books on various tech subjects. I also blog for The Huffington Post and for FHM. And I am honoured to be a Microsoft MVP since January 2008 - again this year as an Xbox MVP.

Beyond Entertainment: The Unexpected Educational Benefits of Netflix Originals

Image source: Netflix has become a staple in many households worldwide. Yet, many may not realize that Netflix Originals offers more than entertainment. These shows...

How Chatbot could help your business?

At some point, every e-commerce service has to ask itself the question: how can you use your own chatbot, on which platform is it...

Getting Your Cable Management In Order

Cables are a part of most people's lives. They power all of the appliances in the home as well as workplace items. They are...

Online Safety on Dating Platforms

Online dating has not only diversified life of single people, but it has also changed the very concept of finding love. In today’s world,...

Review: Nanoleaf Lines Squared Starter Kit

Here is our review of the Naonleaf Lines Squared Starter Kit.

Top Three Toughest Zombies in Video Game History

Source: Unsplash Gaming has been filled with hosts of zombies since the first console was released. In the last few years, as the horror genre has...

Tomb Raider: IP Bidding Wars Result in a lot of Confirmed and Potential Content

In 2018, Shadow of the Tomb Raider finished off the excellent prequel trilogy – known as the ‘Survivor Trilogy’ – to reignite the legendary...

The Most Terrifying Horror Movies Based on Video Games

Horror movies based on video games have become increasingly popular in recent years, perhaps even more than canadian slot machines. The idea of taking...

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