Everyone is a "journalist"nowadays, or so they say. Nowadays, anyone can blog, anyone can post anything that the public can see, anyone can record a video and upload it to YouTube. It can be good for information, but it can be bad if it's used to defame someone.
Periscope, an app released by … [Read More...]
MEElectronics M6 PRO Review – Our praise & worship team at church have been using the original M6 earphones from MEElectronics as our in-ear stage monitors for quite some time now. They are popular, has a subtle design, and offer great value for money (we've bought like 20 of them, if not more). … [Read More...]
As of today, Netflix (on-demand internet streaming video service) officially launches in Australia. Sure, most Australians have already been enjoying Netflix through a VPN (Virtual Private Network) service like myself, but some can't be bothered having to pay extra for a VPN (and also to find out … [Read More...]
Developing and deploying apps can be daunting and it comes with many decision options that you have to make eventually, such as where you are going to deploy your apps and how to manage them after.
IBM PureApplication System is a platform (that is part of the whole PureSystems platform) to … [Read More...]
You can find lots of cats' photos and videos circulating around the net. Tons, even. Maybe you even watch hundreds of cats videos every week. With no shortage of cats' photos and videos, things may get... you know, a little boring.
How about when cats take photos from their point of view? Now … [Read More...]
Sure, we've heard and read a lot about these new types of battery research. The promise has always been "soon" and there is always a disclaimer of "not ready for being mass manufactured yet", among other "excuses".
But when Dyson throws in an investment of $19 million, you know that it's no … [Read More...]
HTC One M9 was officially launched in Australia last night (was invited to the launch event at Sydney but couldn't attend). The successor to HTC One M8 and the original HTC One M7 that I reviewed a few years back, HTC One M9 comes with similar design that consumers have loved, plus some … [Read More...]
Vodafone Australia customers on the $30, $40 or $50 Cap can go wild every weekend until April 26, 2015. Unlimited data will be offered, so you can browse and stream as often as you want, plus free unlimited calls to USA, India, UK, NZ, and China (excludes Hong Kong).
There is obviously a fair use … [Read More...]
Leef iBRIDGE Mobile Storage Drive for iOS Devices Review - With every new iOS devices (iPhones, iPads, and iPods) to buy, comes the same dilemma: "Which one should I get? 16GB? 64GB? 128GB? Will it be enough?".
Unlike a few Android smartphones out there, the iPhone doesn't come with a microSD … [Read More...]
Sound Blaster JAM Review - I am used to have the "judge a book by its cover" syndrome. If a gadget looks cool and pretty, I'd nod my head instantly when I was offered to review it. Sound Blaster JAM is kind of different. At a quick glance, this Bluetooth wireless headset looks like an ordinary … [Read More...]