Tag Archive: games

Feb 04 2016

Review: iRulu 10.1 inch WalknBook PC tablet [w1007]

PC tablets that are able to run Windows 10 are starting to become more popular. Recently, I got the opportunity to take a closer look at iRulu’s new WalknBook. It has a 10.1 inch screen [IPS], runs Windows 10 home edition and it comes with a detachable keyboard. The specifications for the tablet are not …

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Jan 09 2015

Review: IRulu 7″ Quad Core Tablet [X1s 1749]

From time to time, I get the opportunity to review tablets from iRulu. I purchased my first iRulu tablet off of eBay and I have to admit, in almost the past two years, iRulu has made a lot of improvements to their android tablets. IRulu has started focusing on not just android tablets but now …

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Apr 29 2012

Facebook Pushes Virus Protection A Little More

Back in early January, Facebook must’ve been listening to me. I published a blog post about the insecurity of Facebook. In that post, I talked about how Facebook takes advantage of their members by exposing them to games and applications that could be potentially stealing their personal and private information and using it for other …

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Nov 25 2011

Crushing IPad- That’s what the Android operating system is doing.

This holiday season advertisers are pushing everything and nothing seems to be more popular than tech and gadget items. And what’s absent from a lot of advertisements [from what I’ve observed] is the iPad. The iPad has been the staple standard for tablet PC’s for an over extended period of time, everything is compared to …

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Mar 17 2011

AT&T Drops Bandwidth Caps – What Does It Mean For Their Customers?

So, AT&T has decided to cap their bandwidth to 150Gb and 250Gb. Overages coming in at $10 for each additional 50Gb customers use and according to AT&T customer would be warned numerous times prior to that charge going in to affect. This isn’t a new thing, Comcast already has theirs in place. But it took …

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Mar 07 2011

Techie Review: Nook Color

I recently ventured in make an attempt out the Nook Color. The overall presentation of the Nook Color was nice and it had some good points to it. The overall goal was to purchase an ebook reader for my wife, but she had just about as much hands on as I did. While she was …

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Nov 05 2010

Microsoft Kinect Continues To Grab Attention

Microsoft just started selling the Xbox Kinect; it went on sale November 4th and already there’s fear of kids getting in shape, technological racism, and property damage— it’s amazing! This is genius marketing for Microsoft. You can’t market getting healthy with games, or try to push/market racism as a plus to an ancillary device, or …

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Sep 21 2009

If it’s not one, it’s the other… ISP’s Stifling Innovation

  It’s so hard to start with this post. I really don’t know where to go with this and yet it so bluntly apparent what the ISP’s are doing. And when I see these news articles and events it just starts crushing my dreams of a Star Trek world. When I talk to friends and …

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Feb 07 2009

ISO Backups = Happiness…

The process of getting new devices and toys to play with on your computer are always so fun. You get a neat little device with a driver disc; you load the driver disc, install the drivers and then plug in your new toy and wha-la! But alas, what’s to become of your driver disc? I …

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Dec 01 2008

Shareware Models are Sexy

I was recently talking to a friend of mine and we were discussing the shareware and commercial software structures. And the more we talked the better I felt about shareware. Shareware is the concept in which someone is able to take the software, install it and try it out for x amount of time, if …

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