before the Nexus 5 was announced, there was talk about the possibility of Sony being the maker of the next Nexus smartphone, well, it turns out that LG was still the company of choice for the Mountain View folks when it comes ‘affordable’ handset. fortunately, fans of pure Android experience and Sony will not be left out in the cold, now that Sony has its own ‘pure Android experience’ smartphone
part of our lives is about touch. we are obsessed with it, perhaps because it proves to be a much more convenient way of getting things done and so why should the “laptop for everyone” be left without this “must-have” feature? of course, not and that’s why there is the Acer C720P Chromebook with Multi-touch Display
we wouldn’t say there is an on-going home automation craze, but the number of gadgets and gizmos that allows us to work towards a serious home automation setup are overwhelming and prompts us to think, ‘what if we could weave all those individual devices up and turn them into a complete system where you can keep
bag is one of those things that you can pick up at virtually any shopping malls, but therein lies the problem. at some point, we find ourselves amassing a huge collection of bags, each serving different purpose and for different occasions, which needless to say, is a needless spending and also clutters our home.
Android purists who dig the untainted Android OS tablet experience will now have an alternative hardware to Nexus 7: the LG G Pad 8.3 Google Play Edition. yes. you read that right. the first Google Android Open Source Project (AOSP) tablet, which will be running on the latest Android 4.4 KitKat, which also means, you will be spared from the fancy LG-skinned Android OS
being a long time gadget users, i have used a myriad of screen protectors and to be honest, i don’t swear by them. i always think the best screen protector is without one – that’s until glass protector comes along. it may sound completely ridiculous to be purchasing a piece of glass to protect the device’s glass display, but let me reassure you
unlike the Sydney Opera House, the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore may not be old enough to be classified as an architecture icon (yet), but it is nevertheless an architectural feat that took three years to realize. else, why would it be featured in National Geographic’s Megastructures documentary?
Furniture is the key component of getting your home design endeavours in order and there are certain pieces which you simply cannot go wrong with. The fact that Charles Eames designed dozens of such pieces is testament to his considerable skill as a designer but few have been as well-received and heavily deployed
home automation. who doesn’t want it? but not everybody have the need to control everything. there are times, you just want to turn on or off a light, or fire up the standalone heater before you get home and that’s it. no frill, no complication, just simple flipping the switch from elsewhere.
there are a handful of companies out there that promised to let you access your home with your smartphone, but Danish company Poly-Control’s Danalock beats this small group of competition and became the first firm to take this concept out of the prototype stage and into the market, ready for your taking. and to our surprised, the