Archive for April, 2014


Since Thunderbolt ports can support up to six peripherals in a daisy chain, which is a wiring scheme where multiple devices are chained together in a certain order, Macworld decided to test how many devices they could daisy chain together with the new Mac Pro’s six Thunderbolt ports, four USB 3.0 ports, one HDMI port and two gigabit Ethernet ports. Continue reading

To date, FreedomPop’s no-cost phone service has been attached to older Android phones. That’s fine for many, but not exactly diverse. Your choices are a little better now that carrier has added iPhone support to its lineup, though. Continue reading

Last year, Samsung tried something a little kooky: it made a mash-up of a middling smartphone and a solid point-and-shoot camera (you know, the kind smartphones have nearly driven to extinction). Continue reading

Jailbreak 7.1.1 UnTethered semi GeekSn0w Tutorial

Today, amidst iOS 7.1.1 (Apple’s latest firmware firmware update, which was released on Tuesday) and the considerable amount of clamor it’s caused in the jailbreak community, popular iOS and jailbreak YouTuber iCrackUriDevice created a new video tutorial for how to jailbreak 7.1.1 on the iPhone 4 using the all-new GeekSn0w utility. Continue reading

Last week, Apple released iOS 7.1.1 to the general public, the first iOS 7.1.x update since the company issued the evasion UnTethered jailbreak patching 7.1 firmware last month. Continue reading

Early 2014 MacBook Air Specs

Apple on Tuesday quietly unveiled new MacBook Air models, as previously reported, but the new laptops will not offer any particularly interesting updates – a recent report claimed new Air models will be even thinner and lighter than their predecessors, but that’s not the case for Apple’s early 2014 Air models. Continue reading

Samsung has had a great start to 2014. First the Galaxy Note 3 Neo and now their flagship – the Galaxy S5. Continue reading

Researchers develop battery for wearable devices that could last 10 years

Researchers at ORNL have develop a new battery which they claim could last 10 years without a recharge. Continue reading

LG SoundPlate LAP340

The LG SoundPlate LAP340 is meant for those of you looking for a minimalistic sound solution for your HDTV and especially for those of you who have a super slim HDTV hanging from your wall and don’t want a mess of speaker wires messing up your groove. Continue reading

sharp aquos 304SH philippines

Sharp is reported to launch a new model under the Aquos line that might appeal to those who are picky when it comes to their viewing preferences. The Aquos Xx 304SH sports a 5.2-inch 1920 x 1080 display with bezels that are extremely thin. This smartphone isn’t all for show since it’s IPX5/IPX7 certification also makes it water-resistant and dust proof. Continue reading