Tesla Model S First Look and Impressions


I’ve been following the Tesla Motors story for a long time, and after recently staying at the W Hotel in Hong Kong, I was able to experience one of their brand new cars first hand thanks to the W’s purchase of 5 Tesla Model S Signature models for their hotel guest transport. The W Hotel […]

HTC Releases Duo Camera Sharing Feature

Now even iPad users can see the dynamic changes available within your shots if you're a HTC One M8 owner.

  I’ve said before that I really like the large aperture, depth of field shots that the HTC One M8 can deliver using its Duo camera setup. One thing about this feature has always been that the toggling and playing around with the Duo Camera setup has been limited to you on your smallish smartphone […]

A (Mock) Response to the Daily Show’s Glass Segment

Daily Show

Hi Mr Stewart, I’m Ritchie, and I’m appalled at the conduct of your reporter, Jason Jones, in his duplicitous interrogation of those young men and women fighting for their rights to be given access to the bars and entertainment venues of their choice regardless of their borg transforming, openly mockable, slightly creepy headwear. For these […]

Blur Effect On Smartphone Comparison

Blur Comparison

I’m a big fan of creating good quality photos, especially portrait type where you can focus in on a subject and make them stand out. Of course to do that properly you need a DSLR with a good lens. But the latest batch of smartphones have been coming out with features to help you recreate […]

Netgear PR2000 Trek Travel Router

Netgear Travel Router

Netgear were kind enough to lend me one of their new “travel routers” while I happened to be travelling. What exactly is a travel router, I wondered after receiving the package, and after using it a few times, I can tell this – it’s not just one thing. The Netgear travel router has many tricks […]

The Monument Valley Game Is Amazing

Monument Valley

The other night, as I fired up my iPad and visited the App Store I noticed an intriguing game called Monument Valley. Now I had heard of this a little while back but, not being a huge gamer, it completely left my mind. But, I’m a fan of puzzle games and I really like optical […]

How Google Nest Will Change The World

Google Nest

Today’s big news was Google’s purchase of Nest for a massive 3.2 billion dollars. I met with the Nest crew back at the 2012 CES, and back then they had just the one product, a thermostat that enabled you to control and also learnt to efficiently manage your home’s environment. Recently Nest also launched a […]

Gmail and Google Plus More Tightly Integrated

Gmail and Google Plus

If you’re commenting on Youtube, then you’ve probably got a Google Plus account. If you have a Google Plus profile, you probably have a Gmail account. Just like the merging of YouTube and Google Plus, Gmail and Google plus are about to get a lot more cosy, and I’m sure there will be a lot […]

Michael Bay’s CES Meltdown Could Have Been Worse

Michael Bay

When I heard that the legendary Michael Bay would be presenting at the Samsung event at this year’s CES in Las Vegas, I was pretty pumped. I couldn’t care less what the critics say, I’m a big Transformers fan from my childhood and this dude has brought my little imaginary robot fight scenes to life […]

John Legend’s All of Me, The Gadget Addict Version

John Legend's All Of Me

Okay, so after the “confession” video a couple of months ago, I really wanted to extend that “performance art” into something even more… serious (if that’s the right word). So I wandered around, looking for inspiration from any place or person. After all, obsession with tech products is kinda my thing, and it was fun, […]