Nobody really has to interface with real people anymore. Children ask for money from their parents, workers “call in sick” to their bosses, and people even break up or even divorce; all without having to deal with the confrontation or questioning of the other party.
Post Tagged with: "cell phones"
The Sony Playstation Vita is a new handheld console that blends the classic gameplay of traditional consoles with new technologies offered by tablets and mobile phones and has more features than any single console today.
Decades ago, there was a man who had a dream of powering the entire world wirelessly. His vision was to use giant towers that would transmit electricity through the air, which would be harvested by receivers that would use them to power homes and electronics. Not that there were that many electronics back in [...]
Cell phones are practically ubiquotous in today’s modern society. A natural response to new technology are laws to make that technology safer. Most people use their cell phone as an extension of their physical being, and as such talk and text in the car, which have caused many unnecessary accidents. It is not advisable to [...]
Nearly every hardware critic agrees that Apple’s iPhone is an evolutionary leap in cell phone gadgetry. Those same reviewers unamimously condemn the company for its battery policy. The iPhone’s battery life is woefully inadequate and the battery cannot be easily replaced. Normally a company puts limitations on a product in order to upsell an additional [...]
Electrical power spikes can be devastating to any electronic device, but the damage to a laptop computer can be even more significant to its owner because of the potential for lost information and reduced productivity. Safeguarding laptop computers with a surge protector (also called surge suppressors) is one simple and inexpensive way to lessen the [...]
Title Arkanoid DS Publisher Taito Developer Taito Release Date June 17th, 2008 Genre Arcade Platform Nintendo DS Rating Everyone Arkanoid DS had some promise for arcade game lovers when it was released in Japan earlier this year. For the United States version, Arkanoid DS has lost all of its appeal as a decent arcade title [...]
Have you ever been roughing it either outdoors or just to your job and thought to yourself, “Damn, I wish I had a box that was waterproof, crushproof, watertight, and would only fit some of the smallest crap I own?” If so, the OtterBox 1000 Series Case will make you jump for joy. Admittedly, OtterBox makes these [...]
Any consumer of computer gear, gadgets, or home theater equipment knows that their stuff starts to look a little worn after a while. It doesn’t take long at all before your shiny new iPod gets a few unsightly scratches, diminishing its value and distracting from the gadget’s coolness. PC enthusiasts can carve deep gouges in [...]
WordJong has been a favorite PC title for casual gamers for a while, and can be played for free at various web sites. It uniquely combines two games that provoke different parts of your brain: Scrabble and Mahjong. You have to spell out words using the tiles on the screen, but Mahjong rules determine which [...]
Many PC enthusiasts are already familiar with Kingston, primarially as a source of name-brand “value” memory that doesn’t suck. Their ValueRAM is only one of their product lines, and Kingston is bringing new RAM and Flash products to the table to compete with the likes of OCZ, Corsair, and Crucial. Kingston was showing off their [...]
I know, strange we would get an item like this to review at a PC equipment and gaming site, but sometimes we make friends with vendors and they have such cool gadgets we here at OCMODSHOP can’t help but get excited about cool gizmos and gadgets. Take this nifty little number for instance, the VR3 [...]
Late at night on Monday, November 21st 2005, many people stood in line at the Best Buy in Lynnwood, Washington. Some had staked out their mark on the sidewalk days before, camping out for the long haul. Others arrived earlier that day… Other parties were going on around Seattle, and Bill Gates himself was at [...]