Way back in the day in the late 1990′s and early 2000′s, the goal of cell phones was to go as small as possible. Now, it’s about fitting the biggest screen possible into the palm of your hand. With so many new phones coming out every few months, sometimes it’s just nice to step back and remember the “good ol’ days”. The days when phones like the retro looking Nokia/Motorola handsets were popular. Or perhaps you happen to live in an area where it’s a bit rough and your fancy iPhone will draw too much unwanted attention.
This is where you can have the best of both worlds. This Retro Phone case for the iPhone 5 may look like an old, outdated phone that nobody wants yet your state-of-the-art phone is just beneath that 1990′s looking keypad. Pretty cool right?
This Retro Phone case can be yours for $34.95 at Amazon.
Virtualization offers businesses the freedom to deploy, reconfigure and scale their infrastructure at a moment’s notice and with minimal cost. The beauty of virtualization is that it can make the best of existing equipment and infrastructure. (Industry experts believe that Google also uses virtualization, not state of the art servers, to achieve its massive reach and processing resource.)
Over time, your storage demands will require investment in additional infrastructure, and that’s where Dell NAS server technology comes in. You’re your data needs to be available, shareable, secure and easy to manage, Dell Unified Storage is the ideal solution. Read More →
Here is a door lock, Kevo that eliminates the need for a key. You can open or close the lock by simply touching it if you have the right key fob or an iPhone4s/5. Not only this, but you can have your friends and family get access to the premises if they have the iPhone and right app that is paired with this. The traditional keyhole and key is also provided just in case the batteries die at a time when you need them the most.
The Kevo operates on 4 AA batteries, and will warn you both on the door and through your phone if batteries need replacement. The product will be available for shipping by the end of October. Right now it is available only through pre-order and it will cost you around $219.
In some ways it is hard to actually choose a single tablet released this year as the best one for gaming. So many of these devices are targeting people who play strategy, social, role playing and casino games like slots – and partly because Apple’s new iPad 5 has yet to appear in the stores. A lot of gamers automatically favor the iPad simply because using iOS gives them access to the App Store’s unbeatable quality and choice of games apps, undoubtedly one of the major bonuses of iOS tablets. However there has also been some fine Android gaming tablets released in 2013. Read More →
First there were jumper cables for Trains and then came jumper cables for our vehicles. Further evolution saw air-to-air refueling of jets. Not to be outdone the electronic industry has come up with a smartphone-to-smartphone charging cables where other smartphone users with full batteries can help you out if your battery dies down on you in middle of nowhere.
The microUSB-to-microUSB cable acts in the same way as jumper cables do for vehicles. While this will help you in case of an emergency, your friends will lose some power in the process. We recommend that this be used very wisely because this can put both of you in an unfavorable situation. You could also help others in dire situations if you have enough back up power. The cable will cost you $15.45.
Online gaming is a very popular pastime throughout the world. People of all ages, from all walks of life, and from all over the world, come together on a regular basis to compete in fun online games. Shooters and MMORPG’s (massively multiplayer online role playing games) are the most popular, but there are all types of games that offer online play. There are also online gambling games, such as poker. ALL of these games have something in common – the need for a high-speed broadband internet connection. Read More →
While speed and storage have dramatically increased, the size of computers has been shrinking to the effect that today; the sleeker the better is the norm. Laptops have taken over the bulky desktops, and small-space dwellers can seize on the popularity of mobile devices like smartphones and tablets. If you are looking for a laptop, check out the just released, super-compact Samsung Series 9. This 13-inch version is basically a shrunken version of the bigger model released earlier, but has one less USB 3.0 port. As Ultrabooks are flooding the market for the next school season, the Series 9 remains one of the most stunning options out there. It is lightweight and rigid with a unibody aluminum chassis. It is exceptionally light and weighs just 2.55 pounds (1.16kg), and measures just 0.5 inches (12.7mm) thick at its widest point, making it one of the skinniest Ultrabooks money can buy.
There is one USB 2.0 socket and one 3.0; micro-HDMI and mini VGA output; a 4-in-1 memory card reader; a standard 3.5mm headphone jack; and a miniature Ethernet port, which can be used with an included adapter. It boasts a 10-hour battery and fast boot time (just 9.8 seconds). The Series 9 starts at $1,299.99 (for the i5 version) at Best Buy or amazon.com.
Stream your purchased iTunes content directly to your TV. HD movies, TV shows and music can now all be enjoyed on your big screen TV. If you have an iPad, iPod Touch or an iPhone, you can wirelessly stream your content whether it’s standard definition or high definition, directly to your apple TV through Apple’s Air Play technology. Additionally, you can also use Apple TV to access Netflix, YouTube, Vimeo and live Major League Baseball games. The user interface is simple enough to navigate for young and old alike. Read More →