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Neato Robot Vacuum
Wednesday, 27 May 2015
If you don’t have time to clean your house, or if you despise cleaning your home by sacrificing your weekend, then perhaps you should invest some of your money on a good robotic vacuum cleaner that can definitely take the load off your house cleaning sprees. Of course, if you are searching for one of the hottest robotic cleaners of the 21st century, then perhaps you should take a closer look at the Neato robotic vacuum cleaner.

The Neato robotic vacuum cleaner operates on a laser-guided system when cleaning your floors, in which it would scan the entire area in order to map out the floor space of your home, and it would start cleaning afterwards. The latest Botvac D75, D80 and D85 series use a spiral blade brush which allows the vacuum cleaner to operate quietly and the cleaning abilities have been enhanced too.

Neato Robot Vacuum
 
Les Paul Nut
Wednesday, 27 May 2015
I’m a huge fan of the electric guitar, and I own several high-end electric guitars at home, in which I would take out and jam with my band over the weekend. Surely, the electric guitar is a complex musical instrument, whereby the electric guitar has many integrated parts, such as the guitar pedal, preamps, equalizers, saddles, nuts, bridges, tailpieces, and many more. Just recently, my beloved Les Paul electric guitar has a nut which fell off, and I couldn’t find it anywhere. Well, the only choice that I have right now is to find a brand new replacement les paul nut that I can screw it back on. And since this is a high-end electric guitar, the respective nut isn’t cheap, whereby a quick search over the internet has suggested that I might be spending $25 for the respective replacement nut.
 
Nova Google Phone Service
Wednesday, 21 January 2015
With the big G plotting to roll out their internet services in stages all over the United States, it looks like Google is set to up another ante in the data services. Rumors surrounding the internet point to the fact that the big G might be plotting to setup and start their very own phone service, which would be based on their current internet infrastructure that they have laid out.

Apparently, Google is experimenting on such networks, and they aim to push down prices of such services, and also improve customer’s experiences on the wireless network. And the name of their services might be called Nova. And with Google’s dominance in the Android smartphone market, Google isn’t worried about upsetting the local telcos, as clearly, everyone runs on the Android nowadays, which makes Google the king.

Nova Google Phone Service
 
Snoring
Wednesday, 21 January 2015
I am a light-sleeper and any noise would wake me up in the middle of the night. I prefer sleeping with my ear muffs on, however, I try my best not to wear them because that would be dangerous as I wouldn’t be able to hear anything, and respond to emergency situations if any. And to make it worst, my partner sometimes snores, and I find that very annoying indeed. According to a good friend of mine who works as a doctor, it seems snoring can be stopped. In fact, there are many innovative products out there that are specifically designed to stop snoring, and such products consist of nasal breathe aid, snoring prescriptions, nasal sprays, pillows and more. If you are a heavy snorer, perhaps you ought to take a closer look at some of these products too, as it might help you get better quality sleep at night.
 
Microsoft Wants To Make It Easier To Create Windows Phone App
Thursday, 16 October 2014
We all know that converting apps from the iOS and Android is an uphill task and many developers have complained in the past that it might not be financial feasible to port apps from iOS and Android or vice versa, as clearly, the initiative that is involved is simply too time taxing and complex.

Well, it looks like Microsoft recognizes this, and they are in fact very desperate for developers to port their apps to the Windows Phone OS – simply by making it easier for them. To date, developers have added almost 50,000 new apps into the Windows Phone store in just 14 months, and Microsoft wants more. The company is taking the initiative to make it easier to developers to port their apps to their OS, with hopes of attracting more people into running their mobile OS.

Microsoft Wants To Make It Easier To Create Windows Phone App
 
Acoustic Foam
Thursday, 16 October 2014
If you have been following my previous post which talks about my DJ friend’s personal recording studio, I’d definitely like to add that his recording studio is very well sound-proofed too. In fact, if you are outside in the dinning hall, you can’t hear a squeak of sound coming from the recording studio, as he has insulated it with several layers of high quality acoustic foam. Most interestingly, I requested my friend to shout at the top of his lungs inside his recording studio while I waited outside to catch his shouting – and the result is I heard nothing! Investing in high quality acoustic foam definitely pays off if you run a high end recording studio, as it would help improve the sound quality through minimizing ‘echo’ inside the studio.
 
HP Will Shut Down webOS Support On January 15th 2015
Thursday, 16 October 2014
Quite frankly speaking, HP has made loads of blunders in the past decade, and one of their costliest mistakes is the acquisition of the Palm company. In fact, they practically threw away good money after the acquisition, which did not give the company any advantages in the smartphone market, and countless of staffs were laid off in the process.

Well, it looks like HP’s losses won’t be stopping anytime soon, as the company has just announced that they will be axing webOS support starting January 15th 2015, which is a clear indication that they are pulling out from their developed smartphone OS next year. Although the company did have several initiatives in the smartphone market, but surely, nothing they came up with has enough ‘wow’ factor to pull the crowd in, hence the total failure for the company.

HP Will Shut Down webOS Support On January 15th 2015
 
Pro Studio Speakers
Thursday, 16 October 2014
A good friend of mine works as a professional DJ, and he has been disc jockeying for the past decade now. In fact, if you head out to the hottest nightclubs in town, I’m pretty sure you’ll bump into him somehow, as he’ll be spinning his tunes to the crowd. Just the other day, he invited me over to his personal recording studio, and I was totally amazed with his recording equipments, as it is definitely top of the line. Generally, he has several pro studio speakers outfitted in front of his turntable, and he uses these speakers to listen to his tunes. The speakers produce very crisp and clear sounds, and it did costs him a fortune to purchase too.
 
Archos VR Headset
Thursday, 16 October 2014
It looks like everybody is gearing up for virtual reality – take the Google Glass for instance, as I’m pretty confident that it might turn out to be one of the largest projects in the 21st century. Nevertheless, Samsung is not far behind, and they too have been tinkering with the virtual reality concept through their GearVR initiative.

However, it looks the virtual reality market might get a little more crowded soon, as Archos is set to enter into the respective market through their Archos VR Headset. Generally, the device looks pretty much like the Oculus Rift, however, it would be priced much lower than the current offerings. In fact, you might be able to purchase the Archos VR Headset for £25 in the UK, roughly converting to $40, while Samsung’s would cost you $200 for the same thing.

Archos VR Headset
 
Jim Shore
Thursday, 16 October 2014
I just love Christmas, as that is the time I celebrate that auspicious day with my family members. Another thing I love about Christmas is that I can decorate my house with various Christmas decorative, and this year, I’m hoping to place Christmas figurines on the yard. Just the other day while browsing for Christmas figurines, I stumbled on Jim Shore Christmas figurines, and I immediately fell in love with these beautiful collectibles. Jim Shore figurines aren’t expensive, and I can get a beautiful one for $12.99. I hope that the respective supplier can process my order as soon as possible, as I would like to start decorating my home immediately.
 
A Heat Map Of The Entire Internet
Saturday, 30 August 2014
Wouldn’t it be cool if there was a picture that showed a heat map of the entire internet community globally? Well, if you are searching for such a thing, then you are in luck, as I have published a photo below by John Matherly, which shows a detailed heat map of internet users around the globe!

John Matherly is the founder of Shodan, a new search engine which focuses on helping companies locate internet-connected devices around the world, and his current findings are astounding, as it clearly shows a global map with precise heat signatures generated by internet users in the region. And with a quick glance at the photo, you’ll gain a really good idea on where internet traffic is generated across the world. Personally, I find the map rather beautiful.

A Heat Map Of The Entire Internet
 
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