Well, I think everyone’s been waiting for this episode for the past 6 months. It is finally out. DigressCast will be resuming its regular podcasting season. Now for the episode itself. We had a somewhat long discussion about our favourite Tech65 crew Farinelli, how and why he got his nickname. You might want to brace yourself for a ride of your life, because this episode is just so funny, your nuts will drop… literally.
Now you know the story.Posted by Justin Lee | 5 Comments
Belkin launched a new series of wireless routers today, including the feature filled Play Max. We unbox the Play Max while showing you what’s so special about these new series of routers, and why they’re worth unboxing in the first place.2 Comments
There’s been a recent trend in the digital photography market, a new category of cameras that we recently discovered, while talking to our friends, are known as Mirrorless Cameras, or more precisely Electronic Viewfiender + Interchangeable Lens (i.e. EVIL) cameras.
So what’s the deal with these cameras? Why is Olympus, Panasonic, Samsung, and more recently Sony, rushing to push such cameras out? Why not just get a DSLR? Speaking of which, what’s the deal with a DSLR in the first place? What’s a crop factor? We invited those friends of ours to answer our questions.
All this and more, on this week’s knowledge filled episode that’s Simply Geek.No comments
This week we take a look at Samsung’s highest-end Android device, the Samsung Galaxy, with its very sleek yet at the same time very familiar device. So how does this phone perform? You got to pay attention to this episode where we play around with the menu, home screen and applications to know if the 1Ghz processor is doing its job!
Link: Samsung Galaxy SPosted by Daniel | 7 Comments
We were at The PC Show 2010 today.
Look at the crowd; they were here much earlier before the opening of The PC Show 2010. If you need some gadget or computer stuff, don’t wait for the last day, the item might run out judging from the number of people queuing before the opening.2 Comments
Since the demise of the UIQ smartphone platform, Sony Ericsson has been trying different smartphone platforms for their higher end smartphones, first with Windows Mobile in their original Xperia X1, a now into Android. The X10 is in fact their first attempt with Android. Will they be able to do a better job than what they did with the X1? It’s up to you to decide for yourself, this week on Gear65!
Link: Sony Ericsson Xperia X1Posted by Daniel | 2 Comments
Motorola just launched the Motorola Milestone XT, an Android 2.1 device similar to their original Milestone, just without a keyboard, has a better camera and xenon flash, FM radio. It will be selling at up to S$198 exclusively with Starhub with a 2 year contract from tomorrow (10th June 2010) onwards.Posted by Daniel | 8 Comments
Sony recently launched their own mirror-less cameras, the NEX 5 and NEX-3, and we were there to check them out. It looks like this could be the most easily accessible “pro” camera on the market, combining user-friendly UI with interchangeable lenses.Posted by Daniel | 2 Comments
Some would argue that Starcraft 2 is probably the biggest game in 2010. Well, we managed to find a group of people who actually BELIEVE with all their heart that Starcraft 2 IS the biggest game this year. So how big is Starcraft 2 really? And is Starcraft really South Korea’s national sport? Let’s ask these guys!No comments