MyTracks – View and share your paths on this app
Jun26

MyTracks – View and share your paths on this app

The MyTracks mobile application is designed for the Android platform. It is an open source GPS (Global Positioning System) app that provides tracking capabilities. This is the type of app which makes the mobile market so interesting and exciting in recent months as they are very useful and practical in many ways and can would just change the way we use computers like Google Glasses. The MyTracks app basically takes the GPS data from...

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Google Goggles makes travelling and visual search possible
Jun25

Google Goggles makes travelling and visual search possible

One of the latest craze which has been hitting the mobile apps industry in recent months is Google Goggles. Basically it is a whole new way of searching for information where instead of using keywords, which you have been so accustomed to for almost 2 decades now, it uses modern technology to ‘visually’ search for something. This is basically an image recognition application and is designed by who else but Google, the largest search...

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Snowden claims US Govt eavesdropping on phone calls and hacking SMS data, is this true?
Jun24

Snowden claims US Govt eavesdropping on phone calls and hacking SMS data, is this true?

News has been circulating recently about this mean Edward Snowden. Who is this guy? You might ask. After all, he is hitting all the headlines around the world and what is it about him which makes him such a big star? He is like what you have seen in movies where he is on-the-run from the authorities (United States, obviously) where he is jumping from one country to another, trying to avoid being captured and trialed. His full name is...

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Google Glass will change the way we live forever
Jun21

Google Glass will change the way we live forever

You would most likely have heard about the whole buzz about Google Glasses by now. So what is it that makes this technology breakthrough such a big deal? To understand what it is, you must first know what it can do. Changes the way you see things Basically, the Google Glass is a device that functions like a pair of spectacles. It is strapped to your face like one and allow you to be connected at all times. In simple terms, it is your...

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Ways to reduce radiation and other health risks with your smartphone
Jun19

Ways to reduce radiation and other health risks with your smartphone

Everyone knows the importance of having a mobile phone today. In fact, no one really use the word mobile or cell phones anymore. They are now called smartphones. And yes, we are talking about your iPhones, your Samsung Galaxy’s and your HTCs. Over the years, there has been countless link of brain cancer with the use of mobile phones and while there are still inconclusive findings about this, there could be other effects of over...

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Samsung’s First PCI-Express SSD for Ultra-slim Notebook PCs will change the industry forever
Jun17

Samsung’s First PCI-Express SSD for Ultra-slim Notebook PCs will change the industry forever

The use of SSDs (Solid State Drives) have become quite a craze in recent months and Korean tech giant Samsung has announced that they will be rolling out the first PCI-Express SSD drive which will be used for the next generation of laptops. Samsung has been highly involved with innovative products where it is one of the largest memory chip manufacturers in the world today. With this breakthrough, it will surely set the industry abuzz...

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Looking for affordable Antivirus and Windows License? We have the solution
May20

Looking for affordable Antivirus and Windows License? We have the solution

Importance of Antivirus Program Connecting to networks plays a crucial role in the market today. Whether you are a home user or a business, you will need to connect to a network somehow. This could be over the internet or those that go through a proxy of your company’s server and connecting you to the World Wide Web. However, being connected means that you will be opening up a certain portion of your network to the general public....

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How to Protect Your Personal Data
May20

How to Protect Your Personal Data

As much as we like to be connected to the internet whether for business or leisure, we cannot escape the fact that this actually opens up part of your computer to the public. Websites, email accounts and your social media accounts are frighteningly exposing a part of you to everyone to see. Why should you protect your data? Identify theft, hacking and digital snoopers are some of the problems that you have to be aware of when...

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Build a super-fast PC with SSD and Windows 8
May20

Build a super-fast PC with SSD and Windows 8

The recent launch of Microsoft Windows 8 has boosted the whole computing industry. In fact, it was quite an anticipate move as end user computing can now enjoy the best of both worlds, the mobile and the not-so-mobile operating system coming from the most well-known OS developer in the world. It can be said that Microsoft has learnt its lesson of not taking its customer ransom especially with their OS. This was seen in the Windows...

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WIreless Alarm and CCTV System for your home
Apr10

WIreless Alarm and CCTV System for your home

When it comes to security for your home, it cannot be compromised. As a matter of fact, security has become an extremely important factor for the home in light of rising crime rates and problems like snatch-thieves, burglars and break-ins. Communities are building security systems while homes are now equipped with all types of state-of-the-art security equipment in order to feel safe. Among the most common ways of securing your homes...

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How to buy a computer?
Apr10

How to buy a computer?

While most of us are technology savvy in today’s fast moving world, there are many who would like to buy a computer but does not know where to start. Buying a computer today is very different as compared to some 10 years ago. This is because a decade back, buying a computer (or Personal Computer @ PC) would require some basic knowledge. You would then need to know what is Intel Pentium, what is RAM and hard disk as you need to know...

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iPhones – Models and thereafter
Aug17

iPhones – Models and thereafter

The date was September 7, 2011 and it was rumoured to be when Apple will be launch the widely anticipated iPhone 5. Kodawarisan, a Japanese website was the one responsible in spreading the rumour which is the date of the annual fall event and since then Apple users and reviewers around the world have been talking about it and what one could expect from the then latest iPhone. The iconic iPhone and what happens next This is most likely...

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Windows updates including free WIndows 10
Aug17

Windows updates including free WIndows 10

Anyone who has used Windows before could attest that the since overcoming the problems in Windows Vista through Windows 7 and then 8 has changed the landscape tremendously. Just Update to get your free Windows 10 In a recent unprecedented move by Microsoft, they provided a free Windows 10 as long as you update your software and this was one which was very much welcomed by its users. Tips in Windows 10 Unlike many other versions before...

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Google Buys Motorola for $12.5b
Aug17

Google Buys Motorola for $12.5b

The world’s fastest and largest search engine Google has acquired Motorola Mobile for a staggering US$12.5 billion. This is the largest investment made by Google and the move is seen by analysts as a major move in the mobile market which is dominated by Apple and the Android platforms. While Nokia is currently working with Microsoft to develop their new generation of mobile phones and Apple’s iPhone leading in most market, this would...

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‘Angry Birds’ targeting 1 billion Fans
Aug02

‘Angry Birds’ targeting 1 billion Fans

Rovio’s Angry Birds is one of the biggest phenomena to hit the technology industry in recent years. Never before had the world seen a mobile game that has caught the world’s attention and time the way Angry Birds has. The other annoying fact is that, it is just a simple catapulting game where birds are shot at structures that protect pigs. Peter Vesterbacka, Rovio’s chief to date, some 100billion shots have been made in all the...

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Mozilla to go into mobile OS for tablets
Aug02

Mozilla to go into mobile OS for tablets

Internet browser company Mozilla has announced that they are working towards developing their own mobile operating system. They recently unveiled their first round plans that will adopt their Gecko engine which is the technology behind the quick and efficient Firefox browser. From there, the technology will be used to develop the new OS which could be used for tablets and mobile devices. It seems that more and more companies are...

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Xbox or PS4 in Malaysia
Aug02

Xbox or PS4 in Malaysia

The Sony Playstation buzz changed the world of gaming since it was released. In 2012, Playstation 4 was released which pretty much allowed Sony to make a permanent mark in the gaming console market. Having said that, Microsoft’s Xbox has been making inroads too. So, how do they stack up? Is it the Xbos or the PS4 for you? Sony or Microsoft? The choice is never easy. While you might have been a PS player for years, the attraction of...

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B.O.B. Ironman Jogging Stroller – For the fitness crazy parent
Aug02

B.O.B. Ironman Jogging Stroller – For the fitness crazy parent

The B O B Ironman Jogging Stroller is one cool gadget for parents who have to juggle time taking care of your kids while working out. This remains as one of the most challenging tasks in recent times especially with the very taxing working life what more when you have a kid at home. So how do you go about with working, taking care of the kids and then work out? Chances are, something will have to give and it is usually your diet plan....

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Mango – Windows Phone 7 from Microsoft
Aug02

Mango – Windows Phone 7 from Microsoft

Microsoft has announced that the new Windows Phone 7 is called Mango. The software giant has already released the version for manufacturers for Operating System testing as well as for compatibility testing too. It is expected to be available in a few weeks’ time where Fujitsu is most likely the first and then Nokia, Samsung, LG and HTC will follow suit. The new operating system does not look that different from those currently in the...

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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX9V
Jul30

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX9V

For the 2011 line-up Sony has introduced the Cyber-shot HX9V which is also the most expensive amongst its siblings. Compared to the compact megazooms that Sony has to offer, the Cyber-shot HX9V is entirely new and it seems that Sony has decided to cramp in all of the company’s latest Cyber-shot technologies into this particular camera. What you will find in the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX9V is the 16-megapixel Exmor R sensor, a 16x...

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1
Jul30

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

While it wouldn’t be fair to compare the iPad 2 with Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 but unfortunately since the iPad is the trendsetter here, there’s bound to be some sort of comparison between the two tablets. Once thing that you will notice about the Galaxy Tab 10.1 is just how amazingly slim the tablet is and in terms of design, this is definitely the cleanest design to be found on a tablet so far. There is no customization for the...

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iPad to fit into 3 ring binder with ZooGlue BinderPad
Jul28

iPad to fit into 3 ring binder with ZooGlue BinderPad

This new gadget surely puts conveniences into a new perspective especially if you are an iPad owner. After all, the iPad is all about mobility and convenience and it is all about making life easier isn’t it? So comes the ZooGlue BinderPad case which you will find to be interesting and very useful in every way.  It is very common that iPad owners would want a nice looking sleeve to go with it but that usually means you have another...

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HTC Salsa
Jul13

HTC Salsa

This phone will certainly get the attention of the dedicated social butterflies, it is even safe to call it the “Facebook phone”. With a touch of a dedicated button you can quickly and easily upload your entries to your Facebook wall. But make no mistake, there’s more to this phone than what you may initially think. If you are a fan of HTC then you will definitely be familiar with the Sense skin that is layered over the top of Android...

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Zero5 Ski Helmet – No Sweat
Jul10

Zero5 Ski Helmet – No Sweat

This is a ski helmet which is high-tech where it combines what the future would be like with the likes of a retro persona. The Zero5 Ski Helmet is made to solve the current problems faced by the ski helmets currently. This include solving the inconveniences of using ski goggles as well as the minimizing heat and sweat control. It is designed with a very efficient air flow system with steam being flowed out of the helmet with leaving...

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Seahorse Buoys
Jul10

Seahorse Buoys

The Seahorse Buoys is the brainchild of Simon Spagnoletti, who is a product designer of high end products as well as some which are for the mass market. The experienced designer’s latest concept is typically a magnetic anchor that which will set the wave power buoy. It has internal coils which will then travel down to the anchor when the buoy moves up and down. This will then create  magnetic field which hovers around it and then...

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