Guess Who’s Got An iPad?!

4 Apr 2010  4 Comments


I just received the newly released iPad in my hands. stay tuned for more pics.


The iPad is Released Today….Who’s Getting One?

3 Apr 2010  2 Comments

The long awaited Apple tablet device AKA the iPad will be on store shelves today. will you be among the first to order one (even though Apple are cancelling all order heading to forwarding companies) or will you be waiting for a proper review, a hands-on or even looking for an alternative – HP Slate for example.

iPad Compatible Apps

24 Mar 2010  3 Comments

It starts, the first iPhone app on my iPhone to get a compatibility update is Ocarina. I’m sure during the next few weeks iPhone owner will be getting a ton of updates.

Then vs. Now: Storage

20 Mar 2010  2 Comments

Then vs Now - Storage

The image on the left consists of 8 cabinets, 2.5GB each for a total of 20GB and a total weight of 2000KG (2 Tons). and to the right a micro SD card which is a size of a fingernail approximately that has a higher capacity (32GB) and weight a cost a fraction of the IBM installation.

Of course IBM came up with a breakthrough when they introduced the 1GB HDD in 1981. as you can see in the image below vs. a 1GB SD card.

1GB IBM 1981

TVU – Watch TV Anywhere

14 Mar 2010  1 Comment

GOLTV

TVU is a good way to watch a number of TV channels via internet either using your PC,Mac or iPhone. On all platforms you will need to install an application that will act as your player.

TVU - Movies

In the desktop version its much easier to search for a channel as there are categories you can go through. But once you get to know the good channels, it shouldn’t be hard to hunt them down on the iPhone too. And I also recommend once you find a channel you like, add it to you favorites.

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I’ve tried TVU on my iPhone a few months back. it was pretty stable and did what is said it did. And today, I gave the desktop version a try.

Both desktop and iPhone apps are free.

Link

Adobe Showoff HP’s Slate

8 Mar 2010  No Comments

 HP Slate

I really looking forward to HP’s Slate ever since Steve Ballmer announced it back at CES (before Apple announced the iPad) but it went dark after that with only the word “to be released later this year”. Well, the words still haven’t changed but Adobe (not HP) released a video showing the devices capabilities, i.e RUNNING FLASH – take that iPad.

It shows the devise running a number of flash-based stuff (websites, videos and games) and it looks like its running very smoothly. The device itself isn’t bad looking either.

Come on HP, stop touting us and give us a damn release date will ya?

Future Apple Products

2 Mar 2010  13 Comments

Future Apple Products - iPhone

It seams that Steve Job’s idea of moving forward with technology is making products bigger, as we have seen with the iPad.

Future Apple Products - iPad

So what does Apple future product look like? hit the read link below.

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Ninite: Your Post Format Website

22 Feb 2010  2 Comments

ninite

I  just formatted my PC and did a clean install of Windows 7 Ultimate, after formatting there are a ton of important programs and applications that need to downloaded and are all over the internet. Thanks to Ninite you don’t have to go hunting them down.

Ninite homepage gives you a list of the most important application that the mainstream user might need with a verity of selections. After ticking your selections the website gives you a single file to run that will automatically download all the apps with no fuss.

Ninite is a great program that will make my upcoming formatting sessions much easier :)

Ninite installs software fast with default settings and
says "no" to browser toolbars and other junk.

Ninite checks your PC’s language and 64-bit support
to install the latest, best version of each program.

Ninite runs on Windows XP/Vista/7 and works in the
background unattended and 100% hands-free.

All Ninite does is automatically download and install
the apps you select. Not even Ninite is installed.

Ninite

Windows Phone 7 Series

16 Feb 2010  1 Comment

 

Microsoft showed the world their new Mobile OS yesterday in Barcelona’s Mobile World Congress. Dubbed “Windows Phone 7 Series” the OS looks awesome from the hands-on and the demo videos that we have seen so far. They show off everything yet as it is still in development (will be released by the end of the year) but from what I’ve seen so far I’m definitely onboard.

With Windows Phone 7 Series Microsoft started from scratch that’s why every thing looks new, amazing and fresh. Windows Mobile 6.5 elements are nowhere to be seen, which is a blessing. The new OS blends The ZUNE HD’s UI with the Android OS’s functionality and integration.

 

Not to forget also that the ZUNE Service integration is there and works perfectly. and that was the only reason I didn’t buy a ZUNE HD, I wanted the service implemented in a phone and didn’t want to carry a dedicated MP3 player with me, even though the ZUNE HD is an amazing device. It is also integrated with XBOX LIVE, that should be fun.

They really are reminding us that they are still a major player in the smartphone business.

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