David Guetta iPhone app [Review]

We originally looked at David Guetta’s iPhone app a couple weeks ago. Though at that time I didn’t have a copy to officially review. That has obviously changed. After spending a good day playing with the app, I can honestly say that David Guetta has figured out how to make an iPhone app, engaging with his fans, and offering up a compelling product that could even lead to new fans. Creating a reason to spend money on music is something that many content owners…

Soft light and happy eyes: The LightScoop. [Review]

Taking low light and no light pictures with a flash often ruins pictures with a harsh flash, demon-esque red eyes, and other unfavorable effects because of the direct light. To remedy such a situation, you can cover the flash with some object or fiddle with your camera until the undesired effect is reduced. Such things however are a pain and take away from you spending time on what matters — taking a picture. The LightScoop by Professor Kobre is a neat little…

Tune-Up Utilities 2010 [Review]

Keeping your PC running, up to date, and performing optimally can at times be a challenging task. One that many seem to forget and shove to the back of their minds and bottom of their priority lists as the more mundane tasks of day to day life get in the way. It used to be that keeping your computer running smoothly took several programs and many hours slaving away making sure you dotted all your “i’s” and crossed all of your “t’s”…

iPhone case by Blink [Review]

Getting just the right iPhone case for your tastes is often a quest into the vast world of 3rd party accessories for Apple’s uber phone. I’ve lost count of how many cases have come and gone over the life of me and my iPhone’s relationship. Some were good and I just simply wanted change while others were bad and I had to return them almost as soon as I opened the packaging. The individual traits we all look for in the “perfect” case are…

WordPress 2.0 for iPhone released! [Review]

Within the last several years, blogging has gone from a simple geeky thing enjoyed by tech journalists and gadget nerds to something that many people from all walks of life can partake in. Even more recently, with the explosion of smartphone usage, mobile blogging has started a sort of “rebirth” for the whole blogging scene since you can now take yourself and your blog on the road, expanding possibilities. For iPhone users, there are several blogging apps…

KickAssTorrents: Getting what you want fast, without fuss, and without ads!

Torrent search engines are a dime a dozen in todays modern world. So much so it is often hard to find new startups as a few larger players dominate the industry. You may be asking yourself what exactly can be done to build upon the current structure that torrent search engines are built upon? As far as actually finding the material you seek, you’re going to get similar results just about anywhere you go. However, the journey to such content is another matter. …

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