The “Wedding of the Century” has spawned dozens of apps from the tacky to the sublime. I will try to stick to the middle of the road with my selection. Let’s start with Royal Wedding 2011 by Toronto based publisher 2 for couples. I mentioned it in March and it is still one of the best [...]
Archive | April, 2011
I guess this means Apple needed something new to sell since it looks like iPhone 5 will not arrive until the fall at the earliest.
I have owned my Logitech Hamony One Universal Remote for four years now and it is hard to believe that in that time nothing has come along to beat it. Developed in Canada Logitech’s line of universal remotes owe their success to a simple premise. That is, allow users to select what they want to do…watch [...]
I don’t know about you, but I have always had difficulty managing tasks to keep a project on track. I have tried a lot of task management software but always found the applications either overkill or under powered for the small projects I normally need to follow. Then I found Wunderlist. Available as a web [...]
My test car was a white Nissan Juke..the cute little crossover with quirky styling and a perky 1.8l turbocharged engine. If this is entry level Car Tech, Nissan has provided a lot of bang for your buck..Let’s start with a little panel Nissan calls i-Con..it lets you take command of the drive system and much [...]