Here are the simple steps needed to set up screen recording, which will make it infinitely easier to help your parents with any phone issues.
Nab yourself a lekker iPod Nano 16G with a few clicks of your mouse. Then give it to your better half and earn brownie points for daaaays son.
When I think about the amount of iPod Classics I have lost, I want to cry, and yes, I now have an iPod touch now that is crammed full of music and photographs and not enough storage space…
The locally founded SurethingSA’s Richard Neville just nailed the insurance market. SurethingSA is the first of its kind and Fin24 had him for a few Q&A’s
Steve Jobs didn’t like Apple execs giving interviews. Up until recently Apple’s design chief, Jonathan Ive, has only appeared a handful of times in public for his works, much less give an in-depth interview. Please meet the designer that changed the world.
The headphone-cable-tangle. Possibly one of the most common tech afflictions, and also one of the most mysterious. It plagues us all relentlessly. Even if you put a pair in your pocket, and remain completely still for an hour, the cheeky buggers still tangle themselves up in the most intricate and complex way imaginable.
Sick of not being able to take your music wherever you go? With the Sony ZS-S3IP you can take the vibe wherever you go using a CD, iPod or iPhone. Groupies can blast their favourite tracks with a Sony ZS-S3IP CD Boombox for iPod and iPhone providing portable sound whenever the mood hits. The Boombox boasts […]
A year ago today, the world lost one of the greatest innovators that ever lived, Steve Jobs. In honour of his memory, Apple compiled a touching video montage looking at some of his career highlights.
While the Apple lovers are not committing the crimes themselves, popularity of the company’s devices in New York is being blamed for the increase of crime in the city. The NYPD commissioner has said that crime in New York City has significantly risen due to the theft of Apple products.
Sony hasn’t had the best of times over the last year. The company has been plagued by hacking and monetary woes that ran into the billions. So, it’s hardly surprising the marketing budget has been small for the new Walkman, which is an iPod, dressed like a futuristic hipster.
As the number of series and TV shows we watch grows, so do the ways in which we do so. The good old days of sitting down in front of your TV to enjoy an episode Friends are steadily on their way out as we make room for the next upgrade in mobile technology – streaming recorded footage straight to your iOS device.
I give credit when credit is due, and this you have to hear. You see just last weekend I was chilling with The Muse at the Mount Nelson pool (anyone can chill there, as long as you use the Labrisa Spa first – locals get a 25% discount) and we were enjoying some scones and […]
Because robots can’t get depressed over awful working conditions and commit suicide, you see. Also we don’t have a robot union yet, so Foxconn (the guys who manufacture the iPhone and iPad) won’t need to worry about the slowly increasing factory worker wages in Taiwan, which are driving overhead costs upwards throughout the fancy-technology-making-industry.
And they’d been doing so well with the ‘not evil’ thing. Apple’s new patent is for software that would sense when people are trying to film concerts or events with their iPhone, then automatically disable the camera. It’d be nice to see a concert without a thousand iPhones blocking the way, but Big Brother much?
This has been generating some online discussion – a video of a dude hijacking billboards in Times Square using an iPhone 4, a transmitter, a balloon and some tape, like a geeky MacGyver. The feeling at the moment is that this is a publicity stunt, but if so it’s an awesome-looking stunt.
At long last, Microsoft has taken their iPod-but-worse MP3 player, the Zune, out behind the shed with a shotgun. Microsoft announced that they would stop making new versions of the music/video player due to “tepid demand.”