Saturday, 30 November 2013

Test My Broadband Speed

Tuesday, 13 August 2013

Wednesday, 7 August 2013

Good builders, do you know the right one?

I have recently joined forces with one of the best Web development team to date and we have something very special lined up for our clients. The project is going to be massive and the services available will be outstanding.

Good builders is what we are going to be focusing on in this particular site and we will be able to offer an extensive range of products an excellent opportunity for business to promote their own services.

From builders to plumbers,  electricians near you and more.

The site will be available as from today!

Why not give it a go! 

Wednesday, 13 March 2013

Samsung Galaxy S4 Live Streaming Event World Times

We are getting very close to the Samsung Unpacked event being held tomorrow, March 14. There’s a massive amount of eagerness building as it’s expected that we shall all see the official unveiling of the Samsung Galaxy S4 and this of course will be one of the leading smartphones for 2013. I have details of how you can follow the event with live streaming and also world times.

Friday, 1 March 2013

Review - Razer Sabertooth

The Razer Sabertooth is an awesome gaming pad. It's built on the shoulders of the Onza, Razer's previous programmable Xbox 360 controller, but this time it's got the balance pretty much perfect. Taking on board feedback from gaming fans, the experts at Razer have concentrated on getting the ergonomics right to ensure the Sabertooth is as usable and comfortable as it is customisable.

Friday, 15 February 2013

Sapphire HD 7870 XT - Review

MD is looking to bolster its already impressive sub-£200 range with a half-and-half card. Created using the best of both the first and second tiers of its latest Southern Islands range, the HD 7870 XT is using the top-end Tahiti GPU, albeit a cut-down version. The fact that it can fit all that in a card for less than two ton seems impressive, but we've seen what damage can be down when you start slicing up your top-GPU with Nvidia's convoluted lineup, so is it a cut too far?

These are tough times for AMD, the computing industry's favourite plucky little underdog. Reports are that, with share prices at a low ebb and a dwindling pot of ready cash, the company may not be around in its current form for very much longer. That's a terrible thought for the industry, because lack of competition breeds complacency and a general lack of innovation.

Netgear WNDR4500 - Review

Netgear makes the excellent WNDR4500, one of the best wi-fi cable routers you can get. Building on that solid platform, it has now released the WNDR4700 'Centria', which aims to weld NAS box functionality to its router legacy. Opening the packaging for the first time, I was struck by exactly how big this device is. It looks like it might have eaten many smaller routers to get this big. 

 There's a reason why it's so large, because it can internally accept a 3.5" desktop SATA drive, which is then available as part of its network attached storage functionality. To test, I located an unused SATA disk, placed it inside the Centria as per the Netgear instructions, and powered it up. That's where the fun started, because attaching it to my internet network didn't actually allow me to administer the machine.

Friday, 8 February 2013

Watch The Pirate Bay Movie - Away From Keyboard

The Full Documentary

At the turn of this century, the Swedish file sharing platform The Pirate Bay was growing at a phenomenal rate, enabling internet users to share films and music free of charge. But Hollywood in particular does not pull any punches when it comes to such breaches of copyright and, in 2008, the founders of the platform were put on trial. Gottfrid Svartholm Warg, Fredrik Neij and Peter Sunde live in their own digital world. They can hardly believe it when the court confuses megabit and megabyte. Seeing themselves as technicians whose aim is to run the world's largest web platform, they claim indignantly that their actions are about freedom, not money. The closer the film gets to them, the more pronounced their lofty perspective on reality becomes. 

Saturday, 2 February 2013

Sony PlayStation 4 Destined for Christmas 2013 Release

Tech giant Sony has summoned the press to a New York City event on 20 February 2013. The company publicised the event on Thursday 31 January, tempting us to "see the future," giving a link to the website with few details.

For fans the important questions will be; when will the PS4 be on our shelves? What sort of hardware will it have?  Will it even be called the PlayStation 4?

There have been reports suggesting that Sony is calling the new PS4, 'Orbis'. This comes from a source speaking to Kotaku "who is not authorised to talk publicly about next-gen hardware but has shared correct information" with them before.

Supposing the Orbis name is in some way accurate, it's still uncertain whether the name is a codename like Durango or if the console will literally be called the Sony PlayStation.

Saturday, 19 January 2013

Who’s Watching You?

Technology Were Still Waiting To See

Visible Light Communications is the WLAN of the future. It works by having LED lights sending data to the light sensors in notebooks and smartphones. Today, however, the receiver is still cumbersome and the transfer is possible only in a restricted manner. Hence, we can only expect a proper, marketable product by 2015.

Saturday, 12 January 2013


Official Movie Poster
THE PIRATE BAY - That's A Rap !

UPDATE: RELEASE DATE 8th february 2013

It has been announced that the upcoming documentary film based on The Pirate Bay website has ended filming and will be released on 8/2/2013.

The film directed by Simon Klose is based on the lives of the three founders of The Pirate Bay BitTorrent tracker - Peter SundeFredrik Neij, and Gottfrid Svartholm.

It’s the day before the trial starts. Fredrik packs a computer into a rusty old Volvo. 
Along with his Pirate Bay co-founders, he faces $13 million in damage claims to 
Hollywood in a copyright infringement case. Fredrik is on his way to install a new 
computer in the secret server hall. This is where the world’s largest file sharing site is 

Wednesday, 9 January 2013

Tuesday, 4 December 2012

DisplayPort 1.2

Meet HDMI’s smarter brother

DisplayPort has made a few timid steps forward since its 2006 introduction; but based on what we saw at CES in January, 2012 might be the year it finally breaks through to mainstream usage.

VESA [the Video Electronics Standards Association) designed DisplayPort to be a royalty-free means of delivering digital audio and video signals from a source de­vice to a display. As such, it was intended to allow the retirement of both DVI (the Digital Visual Interface) and VGA (Video Graphics Array), which outlived its use­fulness shortly after DVI appeared on the scene. DisplayPort can be used to connect computers to desktop monitors and televi­sions, as well as internally (in a laptop or all-in-one computer, for instance).