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Three Silly Gadgets People Should Be Paid to Use

November 22, 2019
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Mark Twain said that “there’s no such thing as a new idea.” In 1907, he was probably right. Fast-forward to 2019 and the ‘father of American literature’ might just have to eat his words. Everything manual has been automated, everything analog’s now digital, and anything that was ‘stupid’ is now ‘smart’. This usually works out […]

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How to Make Correct Usage of Your USB Cable? What You Must Know!

December 19, 2017

There are multiple uses of a USB drive than merely carrying data. Data can mean here to be anything like music, movies, and photos. However, a USB drive has other functions as well. In this article, you will learn about some essential tasks which your USB drive can do and how you can make the […]

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How to recover data from USB Flash drive

April 24, 2017

Losing important data that you copied into your USB flash drive due to corruption or any other similar issue can be such an experience. USB flash drive offer a lot of convenience, sometimes they get corrupted due to certain reasons. If you are relying upon these devices for your sensitive data, there is a good […]

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Groovy 4-in-1 cable for iOS and Android devices

July 30, 2013

There’s a new cable in town, and it’s pretty awesome. It’s a 4-in-1 charging and data cable, with a normal USB connector at one end (to insert in your computer or USB wall charger), and 3 different cables in the other end, allowing connection to: Apple 8-pin “Lightning” (iPhone 5, new iPad’s) Apple 30-pin dock […]

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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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Three Ultrabooks which you should look out for

August 14, 2012

If you are a consumer and have been shopping around for a laptop as of late, then you will have come across a range of next-generation Ultra-thin laptops called ‘Ultrabooks’. An Ultrabook is a name given to a laptop which meets certain Intel specified hardware requirements. These include that machines with the Ultrabook bearing brand […]

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5 popular places to get malware infection

June 27, 2012

Getting infected by malware is not difficult today. There are tons of places where malware are hosted and easily infect a machine if you are not careful. Sometimes, your computer’s life can still be save with a little help of antivirus and firewall but not always you are so lucky because not all antivirus block […]

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How Can You Share a Single Printer among Many Computers Using Print Server?

June 23, 2012

A print server is mainly used so that a single printer can be shared among numerous computers. Suppose, you have 3 computers at your home, thanks to print server, now it’s not required to buy a printer for each of the system or buy one and connect manually it to the system you want to […]

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Best Blu-ray Players

June 15, 2011

When Blu-ray players first came on the market, they were exclusive, expensive pieces of technology. Now that a few years have gone by and the prices have fallen, there are more than a few models to choose from. But which players offer the best of performance, features and price? Here are the top Blu-ray players […]

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3 Android competitors for the iPad

April 10, 2011

Apple is dominating the tablet market with iPad 1 and iPad 2 since ever. Actually there was no real tablet market before the release of iPad 1. The sudden success of the iPad “forced” many other companies to get into the process of developing their own tablet and try to challenge Apple. Among the strongest […]

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6 Ways to Turbo Boost Your Wireless Internet

December 21, 2010

Internet usage has evolved from slow dial-up to fast, efficient speeds. Wireless Internet service is one of the quickest ways to access and navigate through the web. However, this application can be slow due to problems within your home or office. No matter what the problem, there are some quick fixes that will put you […]

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Top 10 Gadgets I Want For Christmas – And Maybe You Would Too? [2010]

November 12, 2010

Christmas is closing in on us, but according to the stores and malls it kinda looks like it’s Christmas already. It’s amazing how they manage to make everything look Christmassy sooner and sooner almost every year. Anywho, what’s a tech blog without a top 10 list of some of the greatest gadgets that most of […]

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10 Cool Office Desk Gadgets

October 12, 2010

Spruce up your desk and let people know that you appreciate cool stuff. You can show off your technological appreciation while keeping plenty of things around that will entertain you, your coworkers, and your visitors during the times of day when a little “pick me up” is in order. Here, 10 cool office desk gadgets […]

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HP SimpleSave 2TB USB – A Fine Choice, But With Few Downsides

June 14, 2010

I recently purchased the HP SimpleSave 2TB USB drive as I was in need for a bigger backup and media storage drive. The HP SimpleSave 2TB is a 5400rpm drive so it’s not blazing fast but it’s plenty for backup and storage, at least for my needs. The case itself is glossy, piano black I […]

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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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iPhone Free Week: Warm-up To My “iPhone Replaced By Tattoo”-Experiment

November 22, 2009

In my last post I introduced you to my little experiment of replacing my beloved iPhone 3GS with a HTC Tattoo running the Android operating system. Now I’d just like to touch some of the things that “switchers”, with a Mac, might come accross, especially when switching from an iPhone to an Android based phone. […]

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Palm Users Waving Goodbye To iTunes Sync?

October 1, 2009

The battle between Apple and Palm for the Palm Pre phone to be allowed iTunes synchronization has been going on for a while now, but it might finally have come to an end. The last attack out of the Palm camp was to identify the Palm Pre as an iPhone by using Apple’s “USB ID”, […]

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