Asus U36 Ultra-Portable Notebook: Setting new standards in tech chic style

I think we can safely say that today gadgets are as an important fashion accessory as handbags and shoes, and it is to the fashion-conscious amongst us that the new Asus U36 ultra-portable notebook is being marketed, and like most ‘fashion-conscious’ entities, being thin is of the essence. The “world’s thinnest notebook” – how many … Continue reading Asus U36 Ultra-Portable Notebook: Setting new standards in tech chic style

Script It!: Budget screenwriting software

Do you have unfulfilled dreams of creating the next Twilight or True Blood? If so leave this review now, throw away all your pens and pencils and let us never speak of this again. If however, you are hoping to write something sensible for the stage, screen (big or small) then read on. “Script It!” … Continue reading Script It!: Budget screenwriting software

ASUS tablet goes 3D; smartphone and tablet come together with PadPhone

ASUS revealed a whole bunch of products at Computex 2011, including a new Padfone (which isn’t, apparently, a mobile phone for dogs), a 3D tablet, an all-in-one desktop and some Eee PC. So, where to start? Well, let’s go with the technology of the moment – 3D and tablet all combined into one product, it’s … Continue reading ASUS tablet goes 3D; smartphone and tablet come together with PadPhone

Palo Alto musik USB speakers review

Whilst many audiophiles are punching the air right now, enraged at the very mention of USB-powered speakers, for a normal person they are a necessary compromise. Inferior quality audio at a reasonable price and high-levels of convenience. Still it would be nice to not have to skimp on audio fidelity wouldn’t it? Enter palo alto’s … Continue reading Palo Alto musik USB speakers review

London on a plate iOS app

As any London-based gourmand knows, the capital offers an amazing range of eating options, which can at times be over-whelming or even obscured by numerous steak houses and burger bars. Apps like Urban Spoon and Yelp are great for listing nearby eateries but have a tendency to swamp you with choices when you hit Zone … Continue reading London on a plate iOS app

Blurb iOS app: Share your stories in an instant

One of the great things about all this technology we have at our fingertips is that we can share instantly with friends and family – maybe post up some pictures from a party, or share a video of a family event with relatives who couldn’t make it. But sometimes all that uploading and fiddling about … Continue reading Blurb iOS app: Share your stories in an instant

TP-LINK Wireless Pan/Tilt Surveillance Camera review

More and more our houses are filled with shiny gadgets, some of which have even featured on these very pages. Why not keep them safe with another shiny gadget – the feature packed TP-LINK Wireless Pan/Tilt Surveillance Camera? With the funky new droid-esque TP-LINK Wireless Pan/Tilt Surveillance Camera, you can keep a close watch on … Continue reading TP-LINK Wireless Pan/Tilt Surveillance Camera review

AirTies CTO answers all your WiFi questions

If you didn’t know, you can create a home network using your home’s power cables. If you knew that, you may not know that this technology could potentially interfere with radio-based devices. And even worse, your neighbours’ systems could affect you, too. Power Line Transmitters came about in the early 21st century, allowing you to … Continue reading AirTies CTO answers all your WiFi questions