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Just How Realistic do We Want Our FPS Games?

Just How Realistic do We Want Our FPS Games?

This is a Guest Post by Tiffani Weston. This hilarious game play video from “Battlefield 3″ shows gamer “StoneMountain” giving commentary online as if the game was a real-life war. The whole act is a gimmick, and everyone involved is having a good time, but it does beg the question: In video games, what’s the perfect balance between fun and realism, and which games do... »

What factors stop me from getting ADSL in my area?

What factors stop me from getting ADSL in my area?

This is a Sponsored Post Whether you have just moved to a new area and want to get connected to ADSL, or you are new this whole ADSL thing and want to try it for the first time, the first thing you will need to do is check to see if your address is ADSL-compatible. To do this, you can contact your ISP (internet service provider) by phone, or check their website. The ISP will tell you whether you a... »

Specs Showdown: Galaxy Note 3 vs. iPhone 5S

Specs Showdown: Galaxy Note 3 vs. iPhone 5S

This is a Guest Post by Jared Jaureguy Having the newest, best phone is very important these days. We do a lot of work on our phones, communicate and stay in touch with current events. The next time you’re walking on a busy sidewalk, take a moment to look and see how many people are using their cell phone, and you’ll be very surprised. There are phones that better fit your needs, and others that w... »

iPhone 5 4200mAh Power Jacket Case Review

iPhone 5 4200mAh Power Jacket Case Review

This is a Guest Post Review by Ethan Hunter, follow him on twitter here. Special thanks to Mobile Zap for providing us with the product to review. It is suggested that when you buy a new iPhone, the battery life of the new one would outlast the older one – but still on an average day, moderate use gives you about 12 hours of battery life unless you have a charger nearby – which is a ne... »

Top Android Apps for Productivity On the Go

Top Android Apps for Productivity On the Go

This is a Sponsored Post Your mobile devices can be the best weapon in the fight against time and a great way to get more done on-the-go. Boost your productivity on the go with this list of the best android apps to do it. AccessToGo There are many RDP access solutions available. But when it comes to it the app market, but Ericom’s AccessToGo has won many plaudits. It provides fast and secure acces... »

How to Start a Website in a Day

How to Start a Website in a Day

  This is a Sponsored Post   Over the last few years the mystery surrounding building websites has gradually been broken down as more and more companies offer pre-built sites and people modify their blogs into websites. That’s not to say web designers are out of a job – there’s so much involved in creating, maintaining and updating a website that we’re guessing the average person d... »

3 Reasons Windows 8 Isn’t So Bad

3 Reasons Windows 8 Isn’t So Bad

This is a Guest Post Morgan Sims. You hate Windows 8 already, right? You haven’t necessarily tried it, but you’ve seen the commercials and you know someone who has it, hates it, and rabidly warns everyone against it. The bad news is that you’re being lied to, because Windows 8 isn’t really as awful as many are insisting— it’s actually pretty cool in several key areas.... »

Top android apps for productivity on the go

Top android apps for productivity on the go

This is a Guest post by Jessica Jaffe. Your mobile devices can be the best weapon in the fight against time and a great way to get more done on-the-go. Boost your productivity on the go with this list of the best android apps to do it. AccessToGo There are many RDP access solutions available. But when it comes to it the app market, but Ericom’s AccessToGo has won many plaudits. It provides fast an... »

Is The Galaxy Series Getting Bigger Than Android?

Is The Galaxy Series Getting Bigger Than Android?

This is a Guest post by Harish Jonnalagadda who is a market analyst at MySmartPrice.  An avid reader, he is usually found reading Sci-Fi novels in his free time. He is also a fanatic gamer and a huge fan of the Assassin’s Creed franchise. Samsung has been riding a high that has started ever since it has launched the original Galaxy S in 2010. Since then, it has enjoyed a tremendous amount of... »

The NBN Rollout: The Basics

The NBN Rollout: The Basics

This is a Sponsored Post The NBN (National Broadband Network) has begun its epic roll out across Australia beginning to replace our existing telecommunications network. As of December 2012, more than 190,000 people have had the NBN network installed in their home, business and we are also beginning to see the benefits in our education system. However, there are still some of us who simply want to ... »

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