A chap from Facebook assured me the other day that there are now more smartphones (the ones with the screens) in the world than toothbrushes. He may be right, but if they are so popular, why is it so difficult to get through to someone on them? And if you do manage it, why is the connection so poor?
President Trump’s enthusiastic use of Twitter is not as surprising as you might think; it’s an example of the way the internet is gradually altering how governments and politicians communicate with each other, their electorate and the rest of the world, by encouraging them to eschew traditional diplomatic channels.
And I don't even like Honda cars.
Although the Wifi in my office was registering nearly at full strength, I’d been finding that it was regularly cutting out, or drastically dropping in download speed. My router is two rooms and three walls away. The solution is to use what are known as Homeplugs; I’ve written about these before, but devolo, one of the bigger brands, has just sent me their latest model to try.
Provided that you are buying everyone a box of tissues, of course.