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Email Clients: From Productivity-Hole to a Productivity-Hub

Note: This is a guest post written by Andrea Loubier, CEO of Mailbird. For more info about Mailbird, make sure to check out Craving Tech's impression on Mailbird. The Problem with Email Email was literally the greatest technological advancement made to human communication in the 20th … [Read More...]

WD-My-Passport-Ultra Metal Edition Review

Super fast, huge capacity, slim, and sleek external hard drive from Western Digital

WD My Passport Ultra Metal Edition Review – It’s probably hard to believe that this slim and light external hard drive from Western Digital can actually hold 1TB of data. Most external hard drives that offer such capacity are normally heavy and bulky. They also require an external power so you end … [Read More...]


Choosing the right smartphone for non-techies

  How to choose the right smartphone - Is it time for an upgrade to your old mobile phone with Christmas just around the corner? Or perhaps you just fancy a new phone but aren't sure what to get? The market has pretty much been so saturated these days with phones ranging from different … [Read More...]

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Huawei Ascend Mate7 Review

Huawei Ascend Mate7 Review - Not many Australians know about Huawei (or even how to pronounce it correctly), but all that will change soon enough. Huawei smartphones are becoming popular now in Australia and if you haven't seen one before, you definitely will. For just $99, you can grab yourself a … [Read More...]

Nokia HERE Android

Nokia’s HERE Maps available for Android, offering offline navigation. iOS in early 2015

Android phone users have Google Maps. iPhone users have Apple Maps (and technically, can download Google Maps). Windows phone users have Nokia HERE Maps. Though HERE Maps have been exclusive for some time on Windows phones, Nokia has just made it available to Android for free. Sure, most are … [Read More...]

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Dragon Age: Inquisition Review

Dragon Age: Inquisition Review - This RPG (Role Playing Game) from Bioware (published by Electronic Arts) is not all about dragons, though you'll end up fighting a few along the way. I played and enjoyed the previous Dragon Age: Origins (back in 2009) and its sequel, Dragon Age II (in 2011) so when … [Read More...]

Kingston-DataTraveler-mini Review

Mini in size, huge in practicality – Kingston DataTraveler Mini 3.0 Review

Kingston DataTraveler Mini 3.0 Review - "Mini" is definitely the right term for this USB flash drive - it's mini in dimension and mini in weight. Kingston DataTraveler Mini 3.0 is the perfect USB flash drive to carry around with you at all times and deserves a place on your keyring. Why? Simply … [Read More...]

Steam broadcasting

Watching friends play on Steam with the new Steam Broadcasting

Steam is an online gaming platform on the PC/Mac/Linux where many great games of all times are in, such as CounterStrike:Global Offensive and many others. The latest Steam client (on Beta at the moment) will now give you an option to watch your friends playing a game. That means your friends can … [Read More...]

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[Sponsored Video] Take photos & videos on an iPhone with gestures

You may not own a Samsung GALAXY phone with gesture and motion controls, but you can still do gesture controlled actions on an iPhone, thanks to a Swedish company called Crunchfish. The team makes it possible for you to use gestures to control your iPhone's camera through a free app called GoCam. … [Read More...]

D-Link VIPER review

Christmas 2014 Gift Guide

Looking for gadgets to gift this Christmas to your loved ones? Or perhaps a gift for  yourself? Don't worry, we've got you covered with lots of ideas. Based on the products that I've reviewed along the year of 2014, here is my Christmas gift guide. … [Read More...]