Daily Archives: August 8, 2012
This bloody thing has grown on us believe it or not. Surely it’s meant for minors that want to blast the wiggles and not for an office of 30
something’s that want some upbeat 90′s techno to work away to. But surprisingly this angry bird with its built in sub puts out a decent
AND best of all the sound is directional meaning
you can radiate the sound away from management or most cases the
Some other feathers of this little guy include remote control and a
charger that in fact charges faster than my iPod dock at home. When testing out the charging capibilitieswith my new iPad that I bought in Sydney it made sense that the
extra juice is to cater for the more hungry iPad.
- 30w Speaker with bass control
- works with any music player / smart phone / tablet with a 3.5mm headphone jack
- SUB – WOOFER for BIG BASS
- Includes docking stand that charges iPhone, iPad and iPod
Anyway, if you want to win this bad boy tell us what you love most about your iPhone. Most creative answer wins.
For those that don’t win or just want to go out and buy one they are available from all major retailers throughout New Zealand and you can choose from three of Rovio’s popular game characters – Red Bird, Black Bird and the Helmet pig. The black bird is up for grabs in the comp.
Angry Birds has become the cultural phenomenon of the decade, accounting for more than 200 million minutes of gaming every day. Angry Birds has topped 700 million downloads with its appeal reaching avid followers including our Labour Party leader Phil Goff.
With Mac computers, iPhones, iPads and iPods being very highly sought after, there is a handful of people that would do anything to get their hands on one. In light of this I have found a very cool product to help you get your stolen Apple property back.
Orbicule has a product called Undercover 5 which gives you everything possible to get your stolen device back.
Once installed on your Mac, every time the application is opened the exact location of the device is stored. You can log into your on-line account and open the application remotely to do this. You can view all of its previous locations as well as its current location.
Once activated for a Mac you can see screen shots, photos taken and everything that the thief has typed on your computer. Undercover makes it easy for you to lodge a police report with your local office by compiling all of the locations, screen shots and key log files together.
“Apple’s Find My device feature pales compared to Orbicule’s Undercover 5″
If all of that does not work, Undercover 5 has a very clever plan B. This causes the computer to ‘fail’ and hopefully forces the theif to take it in to get fixed. Then you can display a message on the screen informing the repairer that ‘this computer is stolen’.