Simon Hackett’s Death Ray could be yours for no money at all. How you use it is up to you.
How many smartphone accessories do you really need? Is Apple the only company that can make a good white laptop? And why should you pay more for Broadband based on where you live?
It’s been a very busy week… and it shows no sign of slowing down any time soon. Over at CNET, I’ve reviewed a mouse. As I explain in my review, it’s just a mouse… Microsoft Express Mouse: “Back in the late 1980s, Madonna insisted that it was important that you “Express Yourself”. A year earlier,
Let’s see how far I can take this alliteration thing, shall we? A bewildering and beautiful bevy (a barrage, one could say) of brilliantly scribed features await your consideration today. Broadband to begin, at PC & Tech Authority: Internode cuts plans down to keep things “Easy” “Sixty different Internode plans bite the dust while add-on
Things were so much easier when I picked subject lines based on what I was listening to at the time. Still, the above subject line does make sense. Of a sort. Firstly, the T-Shirts, over at PC Authority, where I’ve looked over Internode’s new “T-Shirt” 1TB broadband plans: Internode enters the 1TB race with “T-Shirt”
You know that whole idea of a work/life balance? Right at the moment, mine’s so tilted it’s essentially a work/work balance with the life hanging onto an edge somewhere by the very tips of its fingers. In fact, I think I just heard it scream as it inevitably let go. Inbetween running a household and
Today, it’s all about data, data, data and waves. First up at Hydrapinion, I opined about the odd nature of Optus’ latest data promotion: Hydrapinion: Half price data pricing makes half as much sense: “I mean, really, which sounds better to you — the ‘fake’ 4 to 8c per MB, or the actual 0.5-1c per
The sweat is just down to Sydney’s always appalling humidity today. The other stuff? Two reviews, live today at CNET.com.au: Internode MiFi: “Internode’s MiFi 3G modem/router works quite well, but carrier issues and high pricing are a big downside.” Samsung Q320: “Samsung’s Q320 impresses us on most levels, except for the critical issue of battery
I’m doing an Alison-Moyet-Listening day today, as you might be able to tell. But hey, on the on the subject of words, I have plenty published today. First of all, at APCMag.com: Mobile Firefox coming to Nokia: “Ambitious plans will see Firefox mobile ported to Symbian Smartphones, possibly by as early as April next year.”
Yeah, I know. The subject lines — they’re not making a whole lot of sense. Blame my overall lack of sleep, which is even more wretched than usual. It does have its strange upside; as my brain struggles to stay awake, it also writes at a furious pace, as witnessed by these couple of stories