It’s been a big week of video cutting, with no signs of slowing down just yet, as 30 Seconds Of Tech takes a look at the Sony NEX-C3, HTC ChaCha and Salsa and Sony VAIO E, L and Z Series.
I frequently get asked if I’ll make the 30 Seconds Of Tech videos longer. The answer (so far) is no, but where there’s more than a few products to look at, I will shoot multiple videos, as I did today at Huawei’s event, showing off modems, tablets and smartphones.
Over at CNET, I’ve been doing a lot of laptop work of late.
The end to my Hydrapinion Android series lies within, as does a inexpensive (but not cheap-n-cheerful in the pejorative sense) Sony Blu-Ray player.
A laptop that’s almost too shiny to look at, and a Mobile Broadband test resurfaces online.
A Tablet… called Tablet. Somebody’s being paid to come up with these names, you know. That’s money I could be all-too-easily earning!
Ever felt like you were being watched? I sometimes do.. and in this case, I was right. There’s an Owl living in one of my trees. Actually, as i’ve been told, a Tawny Frogmouth, which isn’t an Owl, technically speaking.
My odyssey into Android vs iOS continues, and I look at the pros and cons of different home networking options.
In which (in case you didn’t know already) I make my position on purposefully pink tech products rather forcefully known. Also: Angry Birds! Strange NFC functions! And yet another guest hand model — this time, David McVay of geekactually.com.
I’ve made this observation before, but where does a marketing type go after they’ve used the word “Ultimate”? Or do they not really understand what that word actually means?