Software and services today are increasingly being powered by the cloud. Services like Dropbox (aff.) or Google Drive allow you to save your files in the cloud and synchronise across devices.
Ever since the early days of Quake, Unreal Tournament and Counter Strike, I’ve loved online gaming, especially FPS. I’m currently trying my hand at Max Payne 3’s multiplayer (though I must confess I get fragged a lot more than I frag!).
iPhone and iPad users have enjoyed Siri for a long time. It’s a good alternative to typing out those boring phrases and also be good fun if you’re bored and just want to chat to your phone. Android and Windows users haven’t enjoyed a feature as good as this.
In 2012, an EC study revealed that only 39% of people in the UK can speak another language. The story isn’t different in many other countries either. But, there is great enthusiasm to learn a foreign language.
I love racing games. I blogged about Real Racing 3 a few weeks back and yet another really good drag racing game is CSR Racing. Race your dream car in the ultimate test: a drag race along deserted city streets.
In today’s technology driven world you’ll most likely be on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram. Throw in Whatsapp, Google Talk and other messaging services and you’ll most likely be busy shifting apps to keep in touch. If you have an iPhone, then you can get hold of SociaLink App.
Ever since the introduction of Google Keep, the tech world has been abuzz, as it usually is when Google introduces a new feature that is expected to compete with a highly popular company, program or app- in this case, it is Evernote. When I first heard of Evernote, I must admit, I wasn’t impressed. There were already several great note-creating services around.
I played Paper Toss on my old iPod a few years back and loved it. And, when I saw that Backflip Studios had released Paper Toss 2, I just had to try it out! Paper Toss 2.
Just yesterday my wife told me that for some weird reason her Kindle wasn’t responding. We had it fully charged, but all that we could see was a blank screen… almost blank cause I could make out some light shade of the e-Ink.