Just got my Spigen – Reventon Yellow Bumper after a lot of slip and falls which seem to be unavoidable for the iPhone 5 being thin and light. And there is no doubt that this makes the iPhone 5 actually look a bit better (as far as bumpers go), though I am a fan of [...]
It’s simple. Spend the time doing something else!
Although its not pure and analytical data but it’s thereabout. After switching from the Google Nexus S to iPhone 5 in November 2012, my usage of Social Apps has seen a definite increase overall. Use of Instagram has gone up by more than double and Facebook should be up by 6 times. Add to this [...]
I have to say, the credit largely goes to Instagram’s simple user experience.
Any Apple product makes for a great photo subject, the iPad is probably one of the best in that lot coming right in after the first iMac LCD with the dome shaped CPU.
YouTube – MSI Dualscreen Netbook with Multitouch Display. Now this is exactly what I was hoping would come up when there was a buzz around Apple’s iPad. Sadly the iPad did not go all the way and still has tremendous scope for improvement in terms or becoming a proper computing platform than a media display [...]
A view of the workspace Some items in the kitchen A 5 year old Onkyo Liverpool that I still use The 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G Lens The Camera is a Nikon D3000. It’s not exactly good and quite useless over the ISO 800 limit where it completely looses it. The 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G lens is cheap but great. [...]
This is the result of TAT’s Open Innovation experiment. It is an experience video showing the future of screen technology with stretchable screens, transparent screens and e-ink displays, to name a few. Well actually I would expect more. For instance the Keyboard and Mouse sure look redundant with a display and touch sensitive table surface. [...]
The new iPod touch is many shades better than the last one. It has 2 cameras and allows video chat over wifi. Something which the iChat always did. The rests is probably just upgrades of the old stuff and not as much interesting as the camera bit. Then there is the new iPod Nano. This [...]
Over the years we have used many types of keyboards. Early years they were the bulky ones with klunky keys that still made a “klapaty-klap” noise. In fact I still use a later version of that for my daily work, never needed a reason to upgrade. Over the years they got quieter and sleeker. The [...]
The ultrawide Philips LCD displays movies the way they were meant to be. In 2.40:1 ratio. The TV comes in 56″ size and has ambilight to ease contrast in dark rooms, much like how a silver screen diffuses and disperses the light around in a theater. The ambilight feature also changes color depending on the [...]
Toshiba libretto® W100 Dual-Screen Laptop PC. Sometime back when the iPad popped out from Apple’s stable, I kind of wished something like this was offered by Apple instead of the current iPad. I think the iPad is beautiful but it’s just not really a useful device. The Liberto “looks like” it has its basics correct. [...]
An amazing product, well actually a simple product but in a very sensible shape. In almost all cars the cup holder is right next to the power socket and what best place to have a USB and AC converter than the cup holder itself. Images from Amazon.com Amazon.com: Power Line 0900-66 200-Watt Coffee Cup Inverter [...]
Today, in the fast developing craze over iPad and earlier over iPhone, we have somehow forgotten Apple’s first try at building a hand held computing device that did not do so well in the market. It did have a host of features including a fully functional hand writing recognition which was fairly good by existing [...]
Step 1: Gather your required tools. You will need a good set of screwdrivers with the required sizes of Allen Keys. It’s probably the smallest available with any set. Check the back of the keyboard to confirm the size. You will need a household glass and equipment cleaner. A soft cotton cloth, preferably white. Colored [...]
Sony Walkman, the original “Personal Media Player” is probably outdated today and the brand re-targeted and populated with MP3 players and phones, but it was this machine, a small mechanical wonder that was one of the first to allow users to carry their music almost everywhere. And tapes had their advantages too over MP3 files. [...]