• Google seems to be Overbuilding

    Google seems to be Overbuilding

    The first high-speed citywide network built by Google brings the super-fast internet connection and a full-featured cable-style TV service to all residents of Kansas City. The neighborhoods will be the first ones to get hooked up with Google’s fiber-optic lines. The company is proud to say that … [Read More...]

    Mar
    29

    Scaling Up Your Tune with Ortofon Cartridge

    Ortofon cartridge

    The Ortofon was initially discovered in 1918 by two Danish engineers, Arnold Poulsen and Axel Petersen. The cartridge is the modern day invention of a device that has up scaled music listening from the regular and normal listening to listening in fun, style and sophistication. DJs worldwide value … [Read more...]

    Oct
    03

    Globe Uncovers Smartphones for LTE

    Globe Uncovers Smartphones for LTE

    Globe Telecom on Tuesday reported its exclusive and initial line-up of smartphones running on its LTE (Long Term Ecolution) network. This aims to give subscribers a better quality of voice experience and short messages, as well as enhanced mobile browsing speeds. Beginning this quarter, it is said … [Read more...]

    Oct
    03

    Latest Update on Nokia 808 Pureview Gets Detailed

    Latest Update on Nokia 808 Pureview Gets Detailed

    Starting October 3 this year, Nokia 808Pureview owners can install and download a new software on their gadgets, with pleasing new features filled inside. Nokia reported that the said software will carry along a sequence of improvements to the imaging experiences that smartphone owners get from the … [Read more...]

    Oct
    02

    Google Releases its Nexus 7

    Google Releases its Nexus 7

    Last September 25, Google was launching its tablet in Japan – Nexus 7, wanting to win on Apple’s iPad in one of the mainly profitable stores around the globe. The Nexus 7 is power-driven by the newest generation of Android Software. This 16 gigabyte model is on hand to order at Google Play from … [Read more...]

    Sep
    29

    Google seems to be Overbuilding

    Google seems to be Overbuilding

    The first high-speed citywide network built by Google brings the super-fast internet connection and a full-featured cable-style TV service to all residents of Kansas City. The neighborhoods will be the first ones to get hooked up with Google’s fiber-optic lines. The company is proud to say that … [Read more...]

    Sep
    29

    2 Nook Tablets are out

    2 Nook Tablets are out

    Two new tablets have just been recently announced by Barnes & Noble—the 7-inch Nook HD at $199 and the 9-inch Nook HD which costs $269. The two tablets will be available in the US market on November. Retail stores that will be selling these two include Walmart and Target. But online pre-orders … [Read more...]

    Sep
    27

    Google Maps Underwater

    Google Maps Underwater

    Google is now making its shots underwater, after long years of mapping the globe’s streets with panoramic views. The giant internet unveiled on Wednesday the latest addition to its Google Maps service: 360 degree underwater photos of some of the ocean’s coral reefs. This  latest apps allow … [Read more...]

    Sep
    27

    Nintendo Likely to Announce More Titles for Wii U Launch

    Nintendo Likely to Announce More Titles for Wii U Launch

    The Nintendo Company President of America Regie Fils-Aime has exposed that the company might put in more games to the commence window of the forthcoming Wii U home console for them to draw more players. The executive says that there are some gamers who are complaining that the launching for Wii U is … [Read more...]

    Sep
    27

    Bad Piggies – a Spin-off of Angry Birds

    Bad Piggies – a Spin-off of Angry Birds

    The mobile developer of the massively popular Angry Birds game Rovio has launched its newest title, Bad Piggies – a spin-off of the Angry Birds. The company is hoping that its effort will prove that its Angry Bird hit last 2009, which has reached over a billion downloads, was not a never-to … [Read more...]

    Aug
    13

    Google to Remove Illegitimate Websites in their Search

    Google to Remove Illegitimate Websites in their Search

    Google will begin its step to go against online piracy. They will commence devaluing the rankings of websites that get high degree of rightful copyright violation notices.  The Google Company gets notices from different owners of contents with regards to website that they likely contain copyright … [Read more...]