After countless hours of deliberation and eBay searches I finally found someone who was heading to the US of A to get me a Nike Fuelband. For those that have never heard of the device it’s basically an expensive pedometer. The less derisive explanation it that it’s a bracelet that […]
It‘s no secret that Samsung have been on a roll recently in the smartphone arena. Their devices are selling remarkably well and they are now not only the largest cell phone producer in the world, but also the largest smartphone producer. Last year, the Samsung Galaxy Note was a surprise […]
So here we have another latest and greatest Android “super phone”, the HTC One X. HTC’s latest smartphone is an absolute beauty, with a great looking white polycarbonate shell while also sporting a massive display. The specs are nothing to sneeze at either, but in the Android market specs will […]
I have to come clean about this ““ I review many phones, and normally when the review period is over I cannot wait to get my SIM card back into my iPhone. But when reviewing the Lumia 800 something very strange happened: I moved my SIM card back to my iPhone (currently […]
The new BlackBerry Curve 9360 replaces the older BlackBerry Curve 9300, and aims to still keep its cheap price. But can it convince users to not jump ship to other brands?
The iPhone 4S is not a massive jump from the iPhone 4, and you will be quite familiar with the 4S if you have ever used an iPhone 4.
OK, so another month, another best Android phone out there. This is partly to blame on the massively quick development with Android and the constant competition between the manufacturers. In recent months Samsung seems to be having the upper hand, with the great Galaxy S2, and the recently released Galaxy […]
In my previous post I described my hardware choices when building my new Home Server, something that I am handling as a weekend project. For the purposes of this article I am using a HP Proliant Microserver – a great compact little server with ample expandibility for home use. As a start I […]
With consumerâ€™s ever increasing storage needs and the switchover to laptops, the need for a centralised storage area on your home network is becoming more relevant than ever. Sure, we can shift some of that storage to the cloud, but SAâ€™s tragic state of broadband has made this more difficult than it should be.
Certain media just works better when stored locally. Here is what to get…
There is a number of Android tablets on the market, and certain manufacturers go out and flood it with devices of all shapes and sizes. The Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet is a comparative breath of fresh air due to first class build quality and stylus based handwriting recognition.