Monday, 07 October 2013 19:40

Wormhole Station - warping your ports together

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The small, thin and light mobile devices have one major downside. They fall short in terms of connectivity with cables. You are lucky if you get more than two USB-ports and a full-sized display port on your to days laptop or tablet. A company called j5create has a created a solution to solve problems of missing ports and connections you never thought of.

Wednesday, 20 February 2013 18:53

Save Time on YouTube with HTML5

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4,000,000,000! That is the amount of hours people spend watching videos on YouTube every month. That is so much, that it is already easier to write as 4×109 (a 4 with 9 zeros). In many cases watching some of the videos is a waste of time. Either because it's a video of someone opening the wrapper of a new iPhone or the 60-minute-documentary is on a level a 2nd-grader could understand. There is a way to make better use of our spare time: a (not so new) feature in the HTML5-player of YouTube. It allows you to see videos at higher speeds than normal (also lower). This article will show you how it's done.
Tuesday, 19 February 2013 21:25

My first typography poem: "Comic sans writer's block"

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I know it's not exactly the kind of thing you'd expect on this website, but surfing the internet will, at some point, make you squirm: Comic Sans. Here is a poem I wrote about it.

Thursday, 07 February 2013 19:01

Windows 8 Tablets - The rating system needs to be changed

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Microsoft tried to combine a casual operating system for tablets with a normal windows interface. The idea of merging different product types into one powerful device is great. You can use everything from both sides.  Combining the pros and leaving the cons out? No way!
Friday, 11 January 2013 12:42

Daschmi - Real World Scenario Benchmark

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The DaSchmi test is a real world benchmark of smartphones and tablets. Any phone with basic multitasking-capabilities, internet, camera and calculator can run the test-procedure. We don’t compare numbers and tech specifications. The only thing that does matter is the overall performance of the operating system that is visible to the human eye.
Monday, 19 November 2012 14:05

Videos Taken with the Lumia 820

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The Lumia 820 does quite a good job when recording videos. If you are lucky you can get sharp 1080p shots. Just look at our sample footage recorded with the Lumia 820. We provide some pros and cons about recording a video clip. You will also find a short how-to.
Friday, 16 November 2012 18:06

The Lumia 820 Review

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The Lumia 820 is one of the new Windows Phone 8 devices. Nokia is not new to the Windows Phone business and tries again to create a powerful device combining function, design and competetive price. Not an easy task for Nokia especially when using an operating system that comes with compromises itself. Read how it performs in the full length and detailed review.
uberOptions a little, yet powerful tool. It seamlessly integrates into Logitech's SetPoint software. It allows you to expand the possible functions each button has. Especially if you have a Logitech mouse with lots of additional buttons, tremendous increase in work/play efficiency becomes possible. Though officially, uberOptions only supports SetPoint 4.x. The current version is 6 and in this tutorial I will show you how to get it working with the current Version 6. Step-by-step including a guide on how to assign new functions/keystrokes to existing buttons. [German version available]
Tuesday, 13 November 2012 15:15

Pictures made by the Lumia 820

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The Lumia 820 is the smaller sister of the Lumia 920. The first difference you will notice is the size and color. But did you know the 820 has no pureView camera? How do the pictures of the 820 perform in good and easy or dark and difficult condition? Check our gallery of pictures made by the Lumia 820 and judge by yourself if the missing pureview label is a miss for you. 
Thursday, 18 October 2012 13:30

The new Windows - Don't mix things up

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The new Windows comes in different versions. They might look the same but they are different. Look at our small and easy table.
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