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Marley Stir it up Wireless Turntable: a good introduction to the vinyl revival?

I have been trying a Marley Stir it Up Wireless turntable over the last couple of weeks.   This is the wireless version of an older model, also called Stir it up. The name references a Bob Marley song, and yes there is a family connection. Marley manufactures a range of relatively inexpensive audio products … Continue reading Marley Stir it up Wireless Turntable: a good introduction to the vinyl revival?

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Just ahead of the launch of Oppo Reno 2, here is a look at Oppo Reno 10x Zoom

Oppo will launch Reno 2 on 16th October, under the heading “Make the world your studio”. Oppo mobiles have been making a an impression as an example of high quality technology at a price a bit less than you would pay for a Samsung or a Sony – similar in that respect to Huawei, though … Continue reading Just ahead of the launch of Oppo Reno 2, here is a look at Oppo Reno 10x Zoom


Finding the multi-factor authentication and authenticator options in an Office 365 account

Microsoft has done some good work enabling and promoting multi-factor authentication in Office 365, including use of the Microsoft Authenticator app. Strangely though, it has made the user settings for this hard to find. Logically it should be in the My Account – Security and Privacy section, but it is not. Where is it then? … Continue reading Finding the multi-factor authentication and authenticator options in an Office 365 account


Yamaha’s vinyl revival on display at IFA in Berlin including GT-5000 turntable

At IFA in Berlin, Europe’s biggest consumer electronics show, there is no doubting that the vinyl revival is real. At times it did feel like going back in time. On the Teac stand there were posters for Led Zeppelin and The Who, records by Deep Purple and the Velvet Underground, and of course lots of … Continue reading Yamaha’s vinyl revival on display at IFA in Berlin including GT-5000 turntable


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