Technology is key to the lifestyle of a future human, as gadgets find their way into every aspect of our daily routines.
Naturally, this is a big topic on New Rising Media - with news, reviews, exclusive interviews, weekly podcasts and opinion pieces on the latest developments in tech.
What is the future of consumer tech? I went to IFA 2019 to find out…
I’ve always been an Apple fan, but after that underwhelming iPhone 11 announcement, this could be the year that I turn to Android.
What can you expect from Apple’s announcement of iPhone 11?
As online depression test websites leak answers and test results with third parties for advertising purposes, something has clearly gone wrong with European data protection.
What does my Dad - a car industry veteran - think to what was on show in the Future Lab at Goodwood Festival of Speed?
A social life? What’s one of those? All I see is Prime Day deals…
It may not be easy to see it right now, but the future will be better than you fear.
Looking for a budget phone that doesn’t compromise on specs? Here are the best contract deals under £20 per month.
Looking for a new vacuum cleaner? Here’s why the G-Tech Pro K9 is a serious contender.
The Huawei P30 Pro is up for pre-order, and there are plenty of cracking deals to grab.
The Huawei P30 is available for pre-order and there are some amazing deals to be had…
Fully-featured gaming headphones for a fraction of the price.
Smartphone cameras have dramatically impacted the way people take pictures. Not too long ago, if you wanted to document an experience in your life, you had to have a camera on you, have film loaded up, and snap your picture knowing you’ll be waiting several weeks before you can even see the results.
The Skullcandy Crusher 360 headphones are good, but are they $300 good? Find out in my review…
Would you be comfortable with having a robot companion? Unsurprisingly, studies show over 72% of Britons would be uncomfortable with a cyborg chum.
Looking for a strong case for your phone? Maybe Urban Armor Gear’s military-grade protection of the Monarch Series will do the trick…
Mobile World Congress is here! Let’s not forget about these 10 hilarious missteps in mobile phone design.
The future of smartphones won’t be boring glass slabs anymore… Look forward to flexible screens taking you back to the age of the flip phone.
What does the future of consumer tech look like? Read my exclusive interview with Steve Koenig, VP of market research at CTA, to find out…
Everybody loves weird gadgets and the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is full of them. Here are 10 of the strangest found at the show.
The Alcatel 5 is a fine smartphone, made more attractive by a price tag of under £200 that helps you overlook the flaws.
Studies have found that half of Brits will be celebrating Christmas virtually this year - sharing the big day over the likes of FaceTime or Skype.
Found yourself stuck with low phone battery and no charger? The future will fix that - thanks to clothing embedded with tiny solar cells the size of a flea!
While we worry cybercriminals may be able to hack the human brain at some point far in the future, turns out the basic tech to do so exists today… Yikes.
Are you a budding digital creative pro looking for a new monitor? The Eizo CS2420 is a really good option!
Wait… People In Britain Have A Problem With Smartphone Addiction? No Way!
It’s been three weeks since I picked up my iPhone XS. I feel this is enough time to answer the definitive question - is it worth your money? Or should you wait for the cheaper XR?
I’ve been on the hunt for a decent pair of Bluetooth headphones - pairing ultimate portability with stellar sound quality. Are Wicked Audio’s HUM 1000 Headphones what I’m looking for?
Another year, another CES defining the future of technology. What does the future human have to look forward to in 2019? Here are five key trends to look for at CES 2019.
Most consumers in the UK overspend on their mobile phone data. Saving how much data you use monthly is simple with a few tips and tricks. The most common data plan purchased in the UK is 16GB per month. The average amount of data used is only 4.1GB. This means UK consumers could easily slash their monthly phone bill.