Review: ioSafe Solo G3 is a data tank
Looking for a gift for dad this Father's Day? Here are a couple of options.
Edifier Luna 5 Encore iPod dock
This speaker system is easily one of the most stylish audio docks for dad.
With a dock that accepts iPhones and iPods, the device also comes with an aux in cable for playing tunes from non-Apple devices, and an FM radio with several slots for presets.
Santa Claus will be paying a little extra this year for parts used in his workshop due to devastating flooding in Thailand that is driving up the price for gadgets.
Over 300 people dead, millions of lives affected, more than $5bn in damage, and 14,000 factories shut down as industrial estates drown under three meters of water. The floods in Thailand have been called the worst ever, and their effects are being felt as far away as North America, in the supply chain.
If you're thinking of stealing a laptop, don't. But if you really must do it, here is a way to make yourself look like even more of a fool than just a ridiculous thief.
A video is going viral of a laptop thief who made a recording of himself doing a ridiculous dance in front of the stolen computer.
How did the video get posted if the laptop was nicked?
Should Flickr users be worried? Hundreds of thousands of people use the photo-sharing service to store and share their pictures, but some are worried that its future may be in jeopardy.
While Apple’s iTunes is one of the most popular music players on Windows and Mac computers, it has one problem – you can only synchronize its music library with iPods and other Apple devices.
DoubleTwist, however, is a free program that lets you sync your iTunes collection with non-Apple gadgets for free.
But after a while things start to bog down. Opening up that favourite birthday picture saved deep within My Documents takes three times as long and there’s that vcation video wich takes so much time to export you could squeeze in a nap.
If your computer is a few months or a few years old, it’s best to defragment it regularly. While you can use the tool built into Windows, there’s a free program that I think does the defrag job as efficiently as the German rail system. It’s called Disk Defrag from Auslogics.