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Review: PadPivot Stand

12 Jul

Balancing your iPad on your lap is a frequently done activity So just what everyone needs is, and here is a concept for you: a device to strap it to your leg! Let me introduce: PadPivot The PadPivot features a suction cup attached to webbing strap that goes around your thigh, it tightens using a […]

New One 4 All remote – easy one one, two, three

31 May

NEW SIMPLE REMOTE IS AS EASY AS ONE, TWO, THREE… – One For All launches new universal remote control that sets up in just three steps One For All launches its new Simple 4 universal remote control to tackle consumer demand for easier set-up and interactivity with digital TV, set top box and other media […]

Solving Slow iPhoto Problems and other iPhoto Troubleshooting | Mac Expert Guide

21 Feb

Solving Slow iPhoto Problems and other iPhoto Troubleshooting by macexpertguide November 14, 2012 Solving Slow iPhoto Problems and other iPhoto Troubleshooting If your iPhoto Library is large and complex, the database and files themselves may need repairing or rebuilding. Sometimes doing this can resolve issues such as the library appearing to be unreadable, missing photos, […]

Review: PressReader – The World’s Newspapers at your fingertips

14 Aug

PressReader:  The World’s Newspapers at your fingertips with over 2,200 newspapers from 97 countries and in 54 languages PressReader for the iPad presents a huge selection of the world’s daily and weekend newspaper in all their glory, a rich and full featured interface makes reading a newspaper on your iPad a pleasant reality. PressReader is […]

Roku Streaming Players Launch in the U.K. and Ireland

12 Feb

Roku Streaming Players Launch in the U.K. and Ireland Easy-­‐to-­‐use Roku Platform Enables Online Streaming of Video, Music and Gaming Content to Any TV without a PC Saratoga, Calif. and LONDON – Jan. 10, 2012 – Roku ®, the leading streaming platform in the U.S., today announced the company’s launch in Europe with the first […]

What Do Those Mysterious Lumps on Your Cables Do? | Gizmodo UK

14 Jan

What Do Those Mysterious Lumps on Your Cables Do? | Gizmodo UK

December 27, 2011 – 10:00pm What Do Those Mysterious Lumps on Your Cables Do? Rachel Swaby –     You have some sense of what the wires going to and from your computer do. Some bring power; others transmit information from one device to another. But some of these cables look a bit…off. Maybe you’ve […]

Ofcom revises 4G mobile coverage proposals

12 Jan

Ofcom revises 4G mobile coverage proposals Ofcom has announced new measures expected to extend 4G mobile coverage to at least 98% of the UK population and revised plans to promote competition. Between March and May 2011, Ofcom consulted on its assessment of how 4G spectrum is likely to affect future competition in mobile electronic communications […]

The Gadget Report #1 by Neal Campbell

9 Jan

Fujitsu ScanSnap S1300 Document Scanner

6 Jan

A dedicated scanner with impressive features and functionally, including autodocument feeder, fast, simple, and very easy to use.

3 Reasons to love Usenet

1 Dec

3 Reasons to love Usenet

3 Reasons To Love Usenet Guest author: Jared Scott What is Usenet? Usenet is a computer based discussion system that was created by two Duke University students in 1979. Started as a class project and released the following year to the public, Usenet was a ground-breaking technology. Users could post messages in various categories, called “newsgroups”, and […]