Bose QC15 vs Audio-Technica ATH-ANC7b

 Apr 12th, 2014 

We recently moved in a new building that has open offices. It get pretty loud sometimes with ~10 people in the same room. I wanted something that can isolate me from the noise and since I don’t like ear plugs, I decided on noise cancellation headphones. After reading some reviews I tried Bose QuietComfort 15 and Audio-Technica […]

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Part of my plan: Books (Update 1)

 Feb 16th, 2010 

In December I was writing about my plan of reading 16 books. Today I offer a status of the plan and my impression about two books. From that list I read “The Inmates are Running the Asylum” and “The Design of Everyday Things”. Actually from the last one I read just 3/4 because the the […]

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Handy Backup Review

 Oct 26th, 2009 

The worst thing can happen is to loose all you the pictures you made in the last 2 years or all the customer information you gathered in the last 5 days. These kind of scenarios can happen to anyone and unless you create a duplicate of your data (a backup) you cannot recover it. There […]

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Office 2010 Web Apps

 Oct 17th, 2009 

Most of you know Google Docs (GD) – the web-based word processor, spreadsheet, presentation, and form application offered by Google. Probably in the attempt to remove GD’s supremacy and to promote their new Office 2010, Microsoft is preparing a free online version of Office called Office Web Apps. For the Technical Preview four application are available: […]

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HTC HD Review

 Oct 2nd, 2009 

There’s been a week since I am the proud owner of a HTC HD mobile phone. The first WOW The HTC HD is one of the greatest phones I ever interacted with. It is impossible to keep your “WOW” when you first see it. It has an huge 3.8” resistive touch screen which is the […]

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Windows Mobile 6.5 on Toshiba G900

 Jun 3rd, 2009 

Before writing anything else I must warn all readers that changing the operating systems on your mobile will void the warranty. If the upgrade process fails the phone might be damaged and no service will fix that for free. Do it on your own risk and make sure the following list is satisfied: Ask people […]

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Panda Cloud Antivirus Beta Review

 May 14th, 2009 

As we emerge more and more is a Software + Services world, Panda took advantage of this new wave and released the World’s first cloud antivirus solution. The protection model based on a thin-client agent and server architecture which services malware protection as opposed to locally installed products. By combining local detection technologies with cloud-scanning […]

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Google Chrome Review

 Sep 3rd, 2008 

Google released their first browser: Google Chrome. Below is a quote from Chrome’s website about their motivation of building a browser – probablly is just a nice invented story, most sure it is marketing behind :-) At Google, we spend much of our time working inside a browser. We search, chat, email and collaborate in […]

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Toshiba Portege G900 Review

 Aug 9th, 2008 

Some people want small/fancy looking phones, others want powerful phones, while others want both. I belong to the second category – I want a powerful phone and I don’t really care about the aspect. If you want a fancy looking or small phone, Toshiba G900 is not for you! After almost two months of research […]

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Firefox 3 Review

 Jun 18th, 2008 

For those who don’t know, Firefox 3 Final was released today. As any new version of a software product it brings a lot of new, cool and improved features. The first change that almost any Firefox 2 user will notice is the new graphic interface. This remembers about Internet Explorer 7 GUI at some point […]

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