How to Make Your iPhone Battery Last

December 2, 2014

One of the most persistent problems of iPhones is poor battery performance. The battery is not capable of sustaining power for long hours even when the phone is not multitasking. The following smart tips are meant to guide you on how to get more of your iPhone’s battery life: 1. Minimise Screen Brightness The default […]

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Top tips for how to improve your phone’s battery life

July 16, 2013

With smartphones getting more and more technologically advanced, a growing problem that users are facing is making their devices battery lives live longer. Gone have the days when we use our classic Nokia 9210s for weeks on end without having to introduce it to its charger; instead, we’re lucky if our phones can survive the […]

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Top 12 Gadgets I Want For Christmas – And Maybe You Would Too? [2012]

December 2, 2012

Ho ho ho, Merry Christmas, folks! Welcome to another edition of the “Top 10 12 gadgets I want for Christmas – and maybe you would too?”. Now that we’re in 2012 I would like to start this article out by highlighting some of the gadgets that were on the Christmas gadgets list for 2011. First up […]

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8 Good Reasons to Buy an Android Tablet Over an iPad

August 31, 2012

Tablets are extremely appealing due to their portability and their user-friendly nature. However, in spite of the popularity of the iPad, Android tablets are superior to this famous and stylish Apple product. Here are eight significant reasons why an Android tablet is much more likely to meet your needs. 1) There is no need to […]

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Mobile Reception Woes: How to Troubleshoot for Additional Bars

August 8, 2012

Cell phones have become so ubiquitous that teenagers have no clue what a pay phone is. They feel they have an unalienable right to actually own a cell phone as part of being a teen. It is even suggested that 80% of the world’s population has some sort of cell phone coverage.  With this in […]

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How to Get the Most Out of Your iPhone Battery

May 3, 2011

Apple’s iPhone revolutionized the smartphone market when it debuted in 2007, and since then it’s continued to set the standard for how the devices look, feel, and perform. Although Apple’s lost its market-share dominance because of competition from other phones like the Android, the iPhone remains a great choice for smartphone users interested in power […]

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Open Planet Ideas – Innovation by the people for the planet

November 12, 2010

Technology is deemed a very good thing for us.  It makes our lives easier and better. That is why Open Planet Ideas, in conjunction with Sony and WWF, is inviting you to help create a clean and green environment for the present and future generations with the use of existing technologies. If you have a […]

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Tips For Digital Photography

August 12, 2010

Photography will ultimately become a hobby if you own a digital camera. Any one who is new to the camera is sure to turn himself to a professional soon, because every feature in the camera is user-friendly. An advanced model digital camera is built with features that make the photos appear vibrant and natural. The […]

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Review: Exspect Pop-up Travel Speaker, USB & Rechargeable

February 27, 2010

I don’t usually do a lot of hardware reviews on this site, as much as I would like to, at least, so here’s one of my latest acquisitions. It was sitting there in the store window as I went to purchase my Apple Magic Mouse (which I sold again the day after for half the […]

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Internet Explorer 8 Extends Laptop Battery Life

November 21, 2009

Who would have thought, there’s actually something that Internet Explorer 8 does better than the other browsers 🙂 When it comes to battery life on your laptop, surfing with Internet Explorer 8 is likely to provide you with 8% more minutes for surfing than if using Firefox 3.5.2. Safari 4 in Windows is the worst […]

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Coin-Sized “Eternity” Batteries With Radioactive Contents

October 17, 2009

This is some pretty cool stuff. A team of scientists from the University of Missouri reports a break-through in battery technology. The scientists have created a battery with the size of a small coin, able to contain a million times as much capacity than a regular battery and last for hundreds of years. It contain […]

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FIFA 10 – iPhone Game Review (vs Real Football 09)

October 13, 2009

FIFA 10 for iPhone was released on the App Store earlier this month for $9.90 or DKK 59 if you’re buying through the danish iTunes Store like I did (that’s $11.50). I tried it out just so you don’t have to – in case it sucked 🙂 Here’s what I think about FIFA 10 for […]

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How’s Your iPhone Battery With iPhone OS 3.1 Doing?

September 25, 2009

The recent iPhone OS 3.1 release just a few weeks ago seems to have made things worse for a bunch of iPhone 3G/3GS users: Their battery drains really fast (warning: almost 1000 posts in that thread, might take you some time to read through all of them…). The problem is apparently so huge that Apple […]

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Why Does Laptop Batteries Degrade And Lose Capacity Over Time?

August 25, 2009

The battery in your shiny new MacBook, or whatever laptop you might be running, is most likely the lithium-ion type battery. Compared to other batteries, lithium-ion batteries carries a lot of energy in a very small space, a one kilogram battery can supply 150 watt for an hour. Lithium-ion batteries degrades over time. No matter […]

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