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The beautiful Intelligent Design Titanium Mouse, for those with long pockets!

Nov. 3rd 2012

Editors Note – This stunning mouse comes at a premium price, if you have a desk in the office where everyone  needs to see your impressive mouse then you need one of these.

Back in August, we showed you the 10 best wireless computer mice on the market. The majority of them were priced around or under $100, since we thought, Who wants to drop more than that on a mouse? If those were all to plebeian for your tastes, check out the Intelligent Design Titanium Mouse

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Guinness World Records 2013 Goes Augmented Reality

Oct. 29th 2012

Editors Note – augmented reality will be a big thing in the next few years, the guiness book of records are the first to really push the technology, with the help of your android phone or iphone you can enjoy the records in full 3D.

When I was a kid, comic books cost a quarter, Atari made video game consoles and personal computers — not just software — and the Guinness Book of World Records was a thick paperback book with a bunch of black and white photos of people with gross, three-foot long fingernails. A copy of the 2013 edition showed up earlier this week, proving that it’s not just technology that’s changed over those years. Even a large, hardcover book can be updated to make trivia more interesting and incorporate your iOS or Android device to make those paper pages seem a little less static. Don’t worry, not everything has changed — the fingernails are still there (pages 74-75).

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Microsoft Surface RT Review: This Is Technological Heartbreak

Oct. 27th 2012

Editors note – With the inpending release of the windows 8 tablet (microsoft surface) there are a world of reviews out there, this is the most acurate review we could find.

Surface was the single biggest genuine tech surprise of the year so far. Microsoft tantalized us with a tablet that made the iPad look stale. Its snap-on keyboard made all laptops look immediately old fashioned. And it promised The Future of Computers.

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Top Ten Ways To Get More Customer Feedback – Whiteboard Friday

Oct. 27th 2012

Editors note – Rand can be classed as an SEO guru in our book, but since he started his whiteboard fridays, everyone seems to want to get on to the bandwagon!

Customer feedback is arguably one of the best ways you can grow and expand your products and services. Being able to obtain that feedback and then apply it to your business effectively can mean the difference between a good year and a great year.

In today’s Whiteboard Friday, Joanna Lord shares some ideas for getting feedback good and bad, and explains how it may be important in ways you just might not know. There also may or may not be a little surprise at the end. 🙂

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Microsoft’s Ballmer hints at hardware future

Oct. 26th 2012

Editors Note – When apple made the ipad, microsoft stood up and took notice. Apple had changed the market and microsoft realised it had lost it’s mantle as the major player. They have learnt from their mistakes and now are following in apples footsteps, don’t be surprised if they have a few more tricks up their sleeve.

Microsoft’s Surface tablets are more than just an experiment. They’re the first sign of a radical pivot for Microsoft, away from software licensing and toward one big ecosystem of hardware and services.

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Google in pact with Samsung for 10-inch Nexus tablet, report says

Oct. 25th 2012

Google in pact with Samsung for 10-inch Nexus tablet, report says – latimes.com

By Salvador Rodriguez

12:13 PM PDT, October 9, 2012

Google could be readying a Nexus tablet in partnership with Samsung, according to a report.

NPD DisplaySearch analyst Richard Shim told CNET the two tech giants were working on a 10.1-inch tablet. Shim said the rumored device’s display resolution will be 2,560 by 1,600 pixels with a pixel-per-inch density of 299. That would be higher than Apple’s third generation iPad retina display of 264 ppi.

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Asus PadFone 2 reveals larger display and redesigned docking station

Oct. 25th 2012

Editors Note – With the release of the new iphone/ipod/itouch news about docking stations is a bit low on the ground; this will of course change in a few months when all the major brands announce their new docking stations….. until then we have this news story about the Asus PadFone 2 and its revolutionary way of docking.

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iPhone 5 dock connector compelled customers worries

Oct. 22nd 2012

Editors Note – The iphone 5 shook the accessory world, and now everyone is hurryingly getting their docks changed to fit the new iphone 5 ready for christmas! the adaptor is the first converter to hit the market, when will the rest be released?

Although the iPhone 5 has been a smash sales success already its launch hasn’t been without problems. Amid concerns about build quality, the Apple Maps app of iOS 6 and WiFi issues there’a a certain amount of dissatisfaction with some users and the situation isn’t helped by the fact that some customers are also worrying about the new iPhone 5 dock connector. Many of you will already know that Apple has replaced its traditional 30-pin connector with a smaller connector but this has brought new issues.

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Rhapsody finds its way to yet more devices, in the form of LG, Panasonic and Samsung Smart TVs

Oct. 20th 2012

Editors Note – As smart TV’s get more and more popular so will the on-demand services available, currently in the UK we have BBC, ITV, 4OD and netflix that work on our phones, tablets, PC’s and smart TV’s. We will see a lot of diversity in the coming years take for example Rhapsody, the music streaming service on LG, Samsung and Panasonic are the first to partner with this service.

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Tips for owning an iPhone 5 without breaking the bank

Oct. 20th 2012

Editors note – advice columns were the staple of the weekly magazine, people write in, the agony aunt answers, and everyone is happy. What would most agony aunts make of this letter? 

Adding new smartphones to the family’s wireless plan can be a scary endeavor, especially as most of us have already seen our wireless bills for just one smartphone surge above $100 a month.

Are there any tips for getting hot devices like the iPhone 5 at a discount? Is there a trick to avoiding taking out a second mortgage to pay for an additional smartphone on the family plan? In this edition of Ask Maggie, I offer some advice. I also offer my views on whether it’s really worth it to buy the iPhone 4S instead of the iPhone 5.

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