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Headphones not working on your Sony Xperia S?

Posted by daRedRabbit
I am 23 year old Masters Student at Stellenbosch University focusing on inter-co
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on Tuesday, 26 June 2012
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So, you bought you beautiful Sony Xperia S, plug in your custom headphone and it doesn’t work.  Do not fear, it’s not you headset, it’s the phone.  Fortunatly, or unfortunately, this only applies to 4pin headphones with inline microphones.


Nintendo 3DS: riding on its own legacy

Posted by Ryc0v
New LCD. New Speakers. Repaired PC. Now time to start working for money for Oper
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on Wednesday, 20 June 2012
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(Nintendo - company, or cultural icon?)

If you’re a fan of multi-dimensional entertainment, with a penchant for handheld gaming, the Nintendo 3DS might be for you. Despite somewhat clunky visuals – the Nintendo brand offers something unique to gaming.

For those who first interacted with Nintendo in their 90’s childhood, the Gameboy likely occupies a warm place in their hearts. I remember playing Pokémon Red, and constantly being eradicated in Star Wars: A New Hope on my trusty ‘grey brick’. In fact, the Pokémon Red theme song still gives me chills.

It’s this legacy that keeps it competing with tablets, smartphones and high definition. Reliable, fun and generally not too expensive, Nintendo products are the old faithful handheld gaming option.

Im a Samsung Fan with an ANdroid brain!

Posted by Shiraz
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on Monday, 11 June 2012
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IT has been a while since i last blogged. No fault of mine, Between my Nokia Smartphone, Sony Digital camera, Samsung Tab and abviously all the free Apps in Play Store, there is no longer time for much else. A coupla apps i find cool is Talking Tom 2, if you havent checked it out , do so! I love it.


Online Primetime: Smart TV makes viewing social

Posted by Simone Redelinghuys
Simone Redelinghuys
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on Monday, 07 May 2012
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From interactive advertising to digital migration and internet-connected television sets, the world of broadcast has changed from a passive experience to social interaction. We’ve gone from simple 2D viewing to Full HD screens, PVR recording and 3D display. 2012 is set to see another TV transformation as more consumers opt to buy Smart TVs.