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What UK Gaming Crisis? The Online Gaming Market Is Booming!

What UK Gaming Crisis? The Online Gaming Market Is Booming!

With the UK often being touted as having the second biggest market for games, and a nation of game enthusiasts, it’s a little puzzling to continuously hear that the UK game market is in so much trouble – even the most senior trade executives have been left scratching their heads, wondering where it all went so wrong. The answer is most likely down to a culmination of events; the recession last... »

ZTE Grand S: The 5″ Smartphone That’s Set To Impress

ZTE Grand S: The 5″ Smartphone That’s Set To Impress

Announced at CES 2013, the ZTE Grand S is the new high end smartphone that the Chinese company wanted to deliver to consumers, may be later this year and show that it can design and made beautiful looking mobile device. About the ZTE Grand S ZTE Grand S is one of the devices that is part of Grand Series,  a collection of high end smartphones made by the company. This one is the first of line that... »

New Linux Distributions Introduced In 2012

New Linux Distributions Introduced In 2012

The Linux family continues to grow. The “freedom” allows anyone to have his/her own custom Linux operating system. This is why there is a Linux for everyone. There are several popular Linux distros based on specific need/category. Hardcore Linux users prefer Arch Linux, Debian or Slackware while the beginners prefer Ubuntu or Linux Mint. Hackers prefer BackTrack or Black Ubuntu while... »

Samsung Galaxy SII Plus unveiled at CES ’13

Samsung Galaxy SII Plus unveiled at CES ’13

At CES 2013, Samsung have announced a brand new device, the Samsung Galaxy SII Plus.  Still incorporating the same design as the original Galaxy SII, the SII Plus comes with a 4.3 inch Super Amoled WVGA display (480 x 800 pixels). The device will also be sporting Android JellyBean 4.1.2, a 1.2GHz Dual Core processor and 1GB of RAM. The rear facing camera is 8 megapixels to shoot HD photos and a 2... »

Ferrari Enzo Smart Phone Controlled RC Car Review

Ferrari Enzo Smart Phone Controlled RC Car Review

Recently I was looking for some random accessories for my iPhone and I discovered that there are so many different accessories you can buy. I came across some plunger shaped stands to wireless speakers shaped like a duck. The best accessory I noticed was the Silverlit Smart Phone Remote Control Ferrari Enzo.  This 1:50 scale RC Car is fantastic and it stands out from your normal RC Toys, and here... »

Linux Mint 14: Why can’t Ubuntu do that? (Using Mint part 1)

Linux Mint 14: Why can’t Ubuntu do that? (Using Mint part 1)

First, I have to admit that I’m biased. I was curious about Linux Mint 14, but I didn’t really want to like it. I had flings with Julia, Katya, and a brief and tumultuous run with Maya (the Euro babe nicknames of Mints 10, 11 and 13) but my feeling about the popular distro was always a big healthy who cares? I never saw the point. At first, Mint was really little more than a skinned Ub... »

Get Flash in Jellybean with Firefox

Get Flash in Jellybean with Firefox

    Update Nov. 15  So after being down by a day, a helpful Google+er pointed me to an update this morning of Firefox Beta. Flash works again just as well as it did before the 4.2 upgrade. So be sure, if you follow the steps below, to use Firefox Beta.  Tuesday is the official release date of two new Nexus devices — the LG Nexus 4 and the Samsung Nexus 10. With a refreshed Nexus ... »

Going Android at work part 5: The long view

Going Android at work part 5: The long view

Let’s get to the big question: Is Android a suitable OS with which to get work done. The answer is mostly a yes, but with caveats. In the last month or so I’ve been using Android to get work done, I’ve been mostly surprised by what I could accomplish. I could email, write, move batches of files, edit photos and PDFs and more. In tests, I was even able to update a WordPress blog t... »

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