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REBLOG! Things I wish I knew about setting up my iPhone 6s …before I lost half a day setting up my iPhone 6s

Posted: October 21st, 2015 | Author: | Filed under: REBLOG, Standout | Tags: , , | Comments Off on REBLOG! Things I wish I knew about setting up my iPhone 6s …before I lost half a day setting up my iPhone 6s

Things I wish I knew about setting up my iPhone 6s

When it comes to technology, there are early adopters (ie those mad people who will stand in the rain outside a store for days to get their fix) and what I like to call normal people.

I am usually one of the last people in my peer group to get the latest It Phone. To illustrate, I was still using a Blackberry Bold long after the first iPhone was already growing barnacles. But a serendipitous turn of events – aka the end of my iPhone 5s contract – meant I got my hands on an iPhone 6s Plus reasonably close to the release date :: Read the full SMH article »»»»

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REBLOG! Tips and Tricks every iOS 8 user should know

Posted: October 7th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Advertorial, REBLOG | Tags: | Comments Off on REBLOG! Tips and Tricks every iOS 8 user should know

Tips and Tricks every iOS 8 user should know

Late last month Apple released the latest version of its mobile operating system, iOS 8 and while most of the changes were subtle, there are some interesting hidden features might just come in handy. Here’s a look at some tips, tricks, and features that will help you out :: Read the full article »»»»


‘The Future of Internet Freedom’ According to Google

Posted: March 14th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: UPDATED! | Tags: , | Comments Off on ‘The Future of Internet Freedom’ According to Google

'The Future of Internet Freedom' According to GoogleTwo Google executives have penned an article for the New York Times “The Future of Interent Freedom”

In the op-ed, the duo – Eric Schmidt and Jared Cohen – detail the the means to overcome internet censorship in repressive communities.

Schmidt, the executive chairman of Google, Cohen, Director of Google Ideas, assert that the coming decade will see the internet increase by five-billion users from around the globe.

The Googlers surmise that the population growth will come primarily from places like Russia, Vietnam, Pakistan and Iran where www. access is heavily censored, another dystopian divination? :: Read the full article »»»»


Australian Stoner Honoured as Legend

Posted: October 13th, 2013 | Author: | Filed under: REBLOG | Tags: , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Australian Stoner Honoured as Legend

Casey Stoner

Two-time world MotoGP champion, Casey Stoner is set to be inducted into the top motorcycling competition’s hall of fame as a “MotoGP Legend”, an official said Friday.

The Australian – who turns 28 next week – retired last year, Stoner won two world titles in 2007 and 2011 and joins fellow Australians Mick Doohan and Wayne Gardner in the sports Hall of Fame :: Read the full article »»»»


REBLOG! Jake Zien Saved My Electrified LIFE

Posted: September 10th, 2013 | Author: | Filed under: Technoid Gadget News, Übergadget | Tags: | Comments Off on REBLOG! Jake Zien Saved My Electrified LIFE

Pivot Power by Jake Zien
It’s a fact – I’m a freak – a powerboard freak! Clearly my home was designed and built by a Neanderthal, a caveman who had no need of powerpoints, electric plugs or switches.

Fast forward to now, and I’m surrounded by powered objects, and until recently – thanks to Jake Zien – I was surrounded by a mess of powerboards.

Jake Zien’s superclever Pivot Power has almost literally saved my electrified life, however, as the TV man says “…but wait there’s more!” Jake has now got a supercute Power Pivot Mini :: Read the full article »»»»


Run Skidmark Run! Google Steps-up Internet Paedophile Hunt

Posted: June 18th, 2013 | Author: | Filed under: CRIME! | Tags: | Comments Off on Run Skidmark Run! Google Steps-up Internet Paedophile Hunt

GOOGLEIt’s en ease to bag out the behemoth that is Google, outwardly the company looks like a money making machine – without a huge social conscience – Scratch the surface a little however, and your glimmered by small signs of hope. There’s a bunch of cool stuff coming out of Google’s X-Labs, Project Loony’s superneat wifi via balloon power. Google Culture  dictates that the company has a social conscience, exercising that conscience is – it seems – a little harder?

In it’s latest effort to set-things-right, Google is doing what it does best, it’s creating an image database to help law enforcement control the traffic of offensive images and remove child pornography from the web. Indeed, it’s a no-brainer, Google’s mission statement outlines the company’s intention to ‘organize the worlds information’ and mapping a world of depravity in order to be rid of it,  something the company is exemplary at.

While we’d love to sing Google’s praises, we are left wondering why that hadn’t happened sooner, search, categorize and list is after all what Google does best?

Now that Google has announced plans to setup an online database of offensive images, you can expect that the war will escalate quickly. The ethos of the plan is to enable law enforcement agencies, not-for-profits and private companies to detect and remove offensive content more easily :: Read the full article »»»»


Cool or Fool?

Posted: May 23rd, 2013 | Author: | Filed under: REBLOG | Tags: | Comments Off on Cool or Fool?

NEC Medias X N-06EThe phrase “the phones are running hot” has the potential for a double meaning in the smartphone age, with increasingly processor-intensive apps being used on mobile devices. Desktop computers make use of water cooling to keep their CPUs from overheating, so why can’t smartphones? Why not, indeed. NEC has done just that with the Medias X N-06E, the world’s first water-cooled smartphone.

At the heart of the Medias X N-06E is a quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro running at 1.7 GHz that has its heat drawn away to the sides of the phone by a water-filled heatpipe. Of course, this chip can be found in a range of devices, including the LG Optimus G Pro and HTC One, neither of which seem to be experiencing overheating issues.

While the chip supports clocking up to 1.9 GHz, NEC is sticking to 1.7 GHz for the water-cooled phone, so it’s unlikely users will see any real performance boost. The only real benefits we can see would be the potential to possibly extend the life of the chip or keep the phone cooler in your hot little hand :: Read the full GIZMAG article »»»»

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