The new Chromecast with (the new) Google TV was announced at the Google event on September 30. And for me it was the most exciting product announcement from that day (not the Pixel 5 or the new speaker).
I watch a lot of TV(/Movies/Music) and I did miss having a good streaming device from Google. The Android TV that existed was not a great experience and wasn’t very smart. So I was pretty excited when the Google TV was revealed. …
A short unboxing, review, thoughts and comparison to the previous generation Bose Frames Alto.
I ordered the new Frames Tempo along with its three accompanying lenses. The Tempo is one of three new frames introduced this year. The other two — Tenor and Soprano are for comfort wearing (upgrades to the previous gen Alto and Rondo). I got the Tempo since I already have the Alto and could use the Tempo for outdoor activities like cycling/hiking. And also, Tempo supposedly has better drivers than the other two, so you could hear the music better during cycling/running. …
Building something special to combat the year you-know-which.
But before that, a word about the blog. As I was looking back at my younger times I found myself in 2014 writing posts about The Future of Pen and Paper. Now usually I’d get sad and jealous of my younger self. But instead, I started reminiscing and decided to write something new. And this is the result. As I am going through this process, I may start using this outlet again more frequently to write articles relating to tech. This could include product reviews, setup walkthroughs like this or something different. So if you like what you read, follow this publication and/or follow me on Twitter/Instagram. …
Note: This list does not include app reviews for browsers, and office apps, they deserve a separate entry!
While the default calendar app for OS X Mavericks is very well built and full of features, one might like the taste of these third party apps that act as add ons.
Fantastical (Rating: 4.7/5)
This is a menubar app for accessing the calendar, and does it’s job pretty efficiently. The features include good design, fast access, natural language input. The app is available for 14 days as a free trial, but there is a high chance that you will not be able to resist yourself from buying it. It’s one of a kind! The app costs $19.99, …
E-Paper, not so new, not so surprising. But is it something bigger than it seems?
What you see above is a Productivity Future Vision produced by Microsoft Office in 2011. Not much to see in the video except of the fact that you can barely see any use of the paper-pen duo.
The Touch PC Trend
Touch input interface is the technology that has perhaps brought the most noticeable change in the past few years. But some folks out there have a not-so-satisfied attitude with the technology , and they are in some way correct. …
I received a mail some 10 days back about the announcement of Todoist Next . 10 days back, I had been using wunderlist for managing my to-do lists.
After 10 days of use, the app suits me the best as compared to other apps.
So here is the review: