The society we live in is a fascinating beast. Everything evolves, everything changes, from the work we do to what we do to entertain ourselves. Take books and fiction, for example. When I was growing up, before the age of the Internet (gasp, there was
In one way or another, humanity has a tendency to want to escape reality in one way or another. Whether it be something as simple and traditional as a book or a movie, a theater play or a computer game, we like entertainment and we
Since I received my TF101 three years ago or so, I have gone from sticking with official firmware updates to rooting and loading the latest ROM’s available for the now aging tablet by ASUS. Currently, I believe it is loaded with some version of Android
The Moto 360 has been on the market for a week. Since its release, a variety of reviews have been written. Much has been said about the battery life of the Moto 360, both good and bad. The comments have ranged from not that
When Samsung put out their first smart watch last year, I had no desire to get one. It was square and seemed stuck in the smartphone form factor (like the new Apple Watch). I couldn’t think of a need for a smart watch at the
About six months ago, my TF101 gave up its last breath. It was a sad day. I had spent a lot of time on upgrading it and using it faithfully every day. I thought it was all over for my TF101. I even went as far
On a daily basis, many of those of you reading this will get up early in the morning to prepare for a new day. You will take a shower, make up breakfast, perhaps catch the latest news before getting dressed and brushing your teeth. Right
Having just received my Nexus 7 a few weeks ago, I knew that KitKat would be just down the road. In the last day or so, Google announced that it’s finally available for the Nexus 7 WiFi model, which is the one that I have.
With the recent demise of my trusty ASUS Transformer, the natural thing was to start looking for something to replace it, or to find a way to fix it. Fixing it was my first reaction. After all, I had invested too much time into software,
I suppose it had to happen eventually. Almost 25 months since I first laid my hands on the TF101, it appears that the battery of my tablet has given out. How do I know? Well, I really can’t say for sure, except some interesting coincidences.