In South Africa this is generally a little known feature, which is a pity, since Google have once again gone out of their way to make our lives easier and it is really oh so simple to set up too. Google Cloud Print has been around for a few years now, but due to historically slow internet speeds in Southern Africa it hasn’t really taken off, but with improved internet speeds, Read More
TV's have gone through quite a bit of innovation over the past 20 years, from being known as the tube to now a flat screen, with built-in camera's, wifi, internet browsers to say the least and its been pretty cool. One of the innovations was the introduction of the 3D TV, which launched in 2010 and had big promise to change the way we view our TV's today or tomorrow.
There has been some heavy slagging off of the Apple's latest releases of their iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c and iOS7, saying bizarre things such as the latest iOS 7 is not manly enough as well as investors saying that they are not happy with the amount of innovation from Apple. Lots of people are trying to be clever, coming up with silly metaphors and similes, but my first look at the Read More
When I was on holiday in Holland recently my Brother in-law made a pre-order for a Leap Motion. Seeing that this was something I have never heard of, i was intrigued and had to ask what was he so excited about, cause he was well excited. As far as I can tell the device works basically like the computer that Chief John Anderton uses in the Minority Report, without the Read More
The BlackBerry Z10 has been on the market for a while now and having done a full testing with Cytrus's Top12Wines application, here are some of the great things I have discovered about the BB10 OS. When I think of BlackBerry I think of the BB5, BB6 and BB7 Os's with a built-in qwerty keyboard. I was never really sold on the idea of owning a BlackBerry device, even though Read More
Looks like the Nokia Lumia 920 has passed on its flagship bu-ton responsibilities to its smarter, slimmer sister the Nokia Lumia 1020. The launch of the Nokia Lumia 1020 has officially been made public yesterday on July 11th 2013. Boasting its 41 Mega pixel camera, professional image manipulating software, its additional accessories and it's slimmer specs compared to the previous flagship Nokia Phone the Lumia 920, who was the chubby one of Read More
The results from the quarters are in and looks like its not great news for BlackBerry coming in at the bottom ranks after Nokia. Nokia coming in 3rd place, scraping what market share has been left behind from the dominant Android and iOS. Even though there has been some bad and good news of Nokia's performance as of late, having a small operating loss on one side of the scale and Read More
To be honest, I thought I had an idea of what it would be like, but once it kicked off, all my expectations where changed. So I suppose the next question you would ask is, were your expectations changed for the better or worse? …. Well, I would have to say AppCampus exceeded expectations, from world-class offices, helpful and friendly AppCademy team, to the top draw lecturers brought in to Read More
If you have not heard of Whatsapp then you are most probably one of those fellers that enjoyed owning a Phillips Savvy (i.e possibly my mother). Anyway, Whatsapp is a fast growing, cross-platform messenger application that is quite possibly the first thing people download for their smart phones. Chances that you have heard of Whatsapp through a friend are almost indefinite. Word-of-mouth appears to be Whatsapp's main form of marketing, unlike Read More
Blackberry's Thorsten Heins has announced their biggest news in blackberry since it's release of the new Blackberry 10 OS. According to multiple sources such as engaged and the verge, it looks like the BBM service is going to be giving free hot-dogs outside of night clubs, for the BBM service will be free and available on multiple platforms such as iPhone and Android.
The BBM Service has been a real Joker in theRead More