For Music & Smartphones, There Are No Oranges, Just Apples


The iPhone when paired with iTunes is the only reason I like that phone. I like the easy-to-use interface, and the non-duplicate-songs enabled feature. It’s not really a feature, but a part of the software. Most home stereos support iPods or iPhones for music playback, most people that want an iPod get the iPhone because [...]

When Winter Hits, What You Can Do To Instead Of Mountain Biking

So there comes a time when we all put our bikes away in the shed (despite this bike being left out of the shed), that winter is either on it’s way or it’s already there and we must find something to do that is sporty, where you can pick up speed and take jumps.  Skiing. [...]

Consumer Electronics Show For 2012: Hub From LaCie Connects eSATA Drives To Mac’s With Thunderbolt

It has been reported by CNET about a newer eSATA Hub coming directly from LaCie which gives you the option to connect an external eSATA drive to your Mac that comes with Thunderbolt. This brand new hub includes two Thunderbolt ports too with also two eSATA ports too. Any users can connect their own eSATA [...]

Consumer Electronics Show For 2012: OCZ Thunderbolt SSD & AR Drone 2.0

Some more products have leaked their way out of CES for 2012 already. AR Drone 2.0 A press release has been published by Engadget for a new AR Drone 2.0 by Parrot, which comes with a 720p HD Video Camera. The first ever AR Drone was showcased at the 2010 CES. This is an iPhone-controlled [...]

Apple In Process Of Buying Israeli Flash Storage Company “Anobit” Costing $400 Million

TechCrunch and Calcalist (Hebrew) has noted in reports of Apple taking it into consideration of a acquiring Israel-based company named Anobit for just around $400-$500 million. The company is known to be a fabless semiconductor that specifically specializes in flash storage. And according to the website it says: Anobit provides flash storage solutions for the [...]

OS X 10.7.3 Seeded By Apple (Build 11D24) To Developers

Just over two weeks ago the developer seed of OS X 10.7.3 was seeded by Apple in the new 11D24 build of the upcoming update for OS X Lion which is a maintainance update for developers. For this brand new build, Spotlight has been added by Apple and Safari aswell, to the list of the [...]

Nokia Reveals “Lumia” Phones Based On Windows 7.5

Nokia's Lumia 800 (left) and Lumia 710 (right) smartphones

It was October 26th, 2011 that the announcement by Nokia of their first two smartphones that were based on Microsoft’s Phone platform, which marked a milestone in the partnering between the two companies which will make Nokia shift away from their Symbian OS and the migration over to the MeeGo platform. This move comes as [...]

Carousel App And Photo Service Launched By Adobe for Mac and iOS


Released by Adobe recently as of October 26th, 2011, is a firstly a Universal iOS application and a Mac application for Carousel. Carousel is Adobe’s cloud storage service which gives you access to your entire photo collection on all of your iOS devices, and Mac OSX desktops. Adobe® Carousel is the only photography solution that [...]

Bluetooth 4.0 Becoming Smarter as iPhone 4S Creates Newer Opportunities


Directly after the release of the iPhone 4S being the first phone to support Bluetooth 4.0 as a standard, the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) has started promoting the newest technology under the newest “Bluetooth Smart” term in marketing. In a issued press release on October 24th, 2011, the Bluethooth SIG outlined different types of [...]

iPod Just Turned 10 Years Old On October 23rd, 2011


Ten years ago from last October 23rd, 2011, it was announced by Steve Jobs of the first ever made iPod, a mass storage MP3 player that no one I ever knew at my age at that time could afford. All MP3 players at that time were only lower-capacity storage capable because it was just the [...]