Archive for the 'Technology' Category

Review – Motorola Defy (MB525)

Wednesday, October 19th, 2011

Motorola Defy (MB525) – Telstra 3G Network. Android 2.2.2 with MotoBlur. Score: 1/5 – Buy an iPhone instead. This review is not going to be flattering to either Motorola or Android, as I find it difficult to know where the root cause of a problem lies (Android, or the specific implementation as delivered by Motorola) […]

Kindle 3 – WiFi

Monday, August 9th, 2010

Amazon have announced the kindle available in 6″ with WiFi and WiFi+3G models. Some of the key features of the Kindle 3 that may interest you is the higher contrast screen for that even more paper like visuals, even lighter and smaller than before, a new colour (graphite) which I personally find significantly more appealing. […]

Blu-Ray : Why is it going no where

Thursday, June 12th, 2008

Blu-Ray why is it not gaining consumer traction, quite franky I believe the answer is really quite simple and the studios are somewhat retard for not waking up and making this format the DVD killer that it could be – PRICE. Currently those studios that are bringing their back catalogue to market are tying to […]

Australia to get 1,000 megawatt wind farm

Wednesday, October 10th, 2007

Australia to get 1,000 megawatt wind farm | The Register Excellent, I love it. While I am no “Global Warming” or “Climate Change” fanaticist (I tend to lean the other way) I am very pleased to see such an brilliant use of power being installed in Australia. My opinion is that the climate is a […]

Homemade burning laser can cut metal – Make your own

Monday, April 10th, 2006

Class 4 LASERS are the most powerful and dangerous class of lasers, and they are certainly not toys; the beam will burn flesh and retinas faster than you can realize it, and even diffuse reflections can be very dangerous. (with videos) — This is just too geek cool. A home made laser that can hack […]