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Microsoft Increasing Availability for Their Apps
Thursday, 11 December 2014
It has always been Microsoft’s strategy to lock their apps to their own platforms only – but surely, it seems that mobile technology has changed that particular approach, rendering it pretty obsolete. Well, it looks like Microsoft has adopted a new strategy for their popular software like Office, in which the company has recently released it to other platforms as well, like the iOS and Android.

On the other hand, Microsoft has begun increasing the number of applications that they will port to the Android and iOS, which includes MSN suite of apps (News, Sports, Health & Fitness, Food & Drink and Money). Generally, the release coincides with the revamp of MSN website too. Also, Microsoft wants to acquire HockeyApp, which would be part of their strategy for their mobile division.

Microsoft Increasing Availability for Their Apps

DBR 10
Thursday, 11 December 2014
Quite frankly speaking, I always pay a premium price to get premium sounds from a good loudspeaker, as the money invested is extremely worthwhile for me. And over the past decade or so, I have invested a lot of my time into audio and visual equipments, which literally cost me thousands of dollars. Lately, I have been given the task to install several PA speakers for the community hall in my community, and based on my audio experience, I have nominated the Yamaha DBR 10 as my premium choice, as these PA speakers are able to produce decent sounds, and the speakers are priced at the mid-range level, which is perfect for the budget too. I am just too excited to begin the installation process.
Weird Mercedes Prototype
Thursday, 16 October 2014
I always like the sight of prototype cars, as these vehicles carry a rather futuristic outlook, which is simply mind-boggling. And quite frankly speaking, not all prototype cars would make it into mass production, as the concept might be simply too advance, too costly to manufacture, or perhaps not practical for this time of age itself.

Nevertheless, if looks like Mercedes is in fact working on yet another prototype car that looks like have been beamed back from the future – exactly 20 years ahead of our time. The photo suggests that the car might be a full electric vehicle, and the rather strange and odd-looking shape might suggest that it has extremely good aerodynamics, giving it extreme mileage. Apparently, Mercedes’ CEO, Dr. Dieter Zetsch, will deliver his CES 2015 keynote, and high chances are, he might also unveil the respective vehicle to the public.

Weird Mercedes Prototype

Lakland Bass
Thursday, 16 October 2014
The bass guitar is one of the easiest musical instruments that I have ever played in my lifetime, whereby the bass would require you to strum on individual notes, rather than chords like the ordinary guitar counterpart. Nevertheless, I’m actually shopping for a bass guitar as my Christmas present, and after browsing the internet for a couple of hours, it looks like I have fixed my choice to the Lakland Bass. The respective bass guitar offers superior playability, and according to reviewers, the respective guitar has a sturdy built too. Although the Lakland Bass might be priced in the mid-range section, I’m pretty sure the money is well spent due to the superior playability of the guitar.
Garmin Vivosmart
Thursday, 04 September 2014
It looks like the smartband and smartwatch arena is getting pretty crowded recently, with Samsung and Apple announcing their smart-products to the world. And it seems Garmin would like a shot at the respective market too, whereby the company has just recently unveiled their latest smartband-cum-smartwatch, dubbed as the Garmin Vivosmart.

At first glance, the Garmin Vivosmart isn’t really much of a device, as it has a rather small and slim screen, which looks quite impossible to read anything, much less, do anything useful on the device. According to Garmin, the Vivosmart acts as your regular smartband, whereby you can use it as your regular fitness tracker. The Vivosmart can also be used to show texts, calls, emails, game notifications, calendar appointments, and it even has music playback controls. And how much for the Garmin Vivosmart? You just need to pay a measly $170 for the smartband-smartwatch.

Garmin Vivosmart

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