News: Sony Vaio P
Feb27

News: Sony Vaio P

Launched at CES 2009 and weighing just 600 grams the Sony Vaio P is Sony’s first attempt at a netbook, although Sony call it a “lifestyle PC” and have very nice pictures of men retrieving their “lifestyle PC” from their jacket pocket – Like anyone would wander around with a computer in his jacket pocket, what a cock you would look.

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Review: Microsoft’s Mass Effect
Feb20

Review: Microsoft’s Mass Effect

The story of a human soldier gaining the honour of spectre in an alien run galactic society and having that chance of saving every race has a vast potential of being extraordinary. However, the game’s far and few between storytelling or playing leads to the story lacking much relevance to the entirety of the game.

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Review: Nokia 8800 Arte
Feb19

Review: Nokia 8800 Arte

R15 000! This is a lot of money to spend on a cell phone, but it got me thinking. Nokia did not create the Arte to fill the pockets of the nuvo riche. After much thought on the matter, I think I have come up with an answer, Nokia created the Arte as a showcase for their cutting edge mobile technology, to show that they are way ahead of the game.

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Review: Samsung F480
Feb17

Review: Samsung F480

Touch screen phones for a while have been dominated by Apple and to some extent HTC. There was a good reason for their domination the competition was rubbish. Anything from the likes of Samsung, HP or even the semi-touch Sony Ericsson’ did not even come close to the sensitivity and user friendliness of the Apple or even the HTC’s.

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Review: Parrot Party
Feb17

Review: Parrot Party

Have you ever longed for a set of portable speakers that operate on batteries and that you can stream music to off your cell phone? No? Well Parrot has made one anyway…

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