7th September 2020 - Tech Help & Reviews on BBC Surrey & Sussex

Sep 11, 2020, 10:13 PM
Fevzi Turkalp, the Gadget Detective, joins James Cannon to review the latest tech and answer listener's questions. This week; can you access Facebook pages without having an account, how much data do they collect anyway and how can you stop them? What is a VPN and should you have one? Problems with an iPhone 7 camera, and why are there so many versions of Windows 10?

The Gadget of the Week is the Withings Body Cardio Scale, a set of smart scales with a digital screen that can show your weight, fat and muscle percentage, water percentage, bone mass, heart rate, and also pulse rate velocity, which can help the user to detect the signs of potential health issues, making it an ideal gadget for those looking after their health. Powered by a very long lasting rechargeable battery that recharges by USB, there's even an accompanying app for recording your details and features WiFi internet connectivity. Scoring an impressive 4.5 out of 5, listen in for more details.

You can hear Fevzi on BBC Radio Surrey & Sussex on the first Monday of the month around 2.30pm and can follow and contact him on Twitter @gadgetdetective

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