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And now for something a little bit different: The Samsung Galaxy Tab 7″ Review

October 20, 2011

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The Hardware The Galaxy Tab 7″ ( herearfter referred to as just the Galaxy Tab) is a touchscreen slab dominated at the front by a 7″ Super AMOLED screen. To give you an idea of dimensions the Galaxy Tab is just smaller than a standard issue paperback and the same thickness as said book if […]

SymPaper Revisited: The Best of the Best

October 7, 2011

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Created by Talv Bansal Version Reviewed: 2.8.0 Ovi Store Buy Link (ZAR25; €3) Final score: 95% _________________________________ A few months back, I reviewed SymPaper, one of the first but crucially by far the most usable Read It Later clients for Symbian. I rounded off that review with the following conclusion: All in all, SymPaper is a godsend […]

Gravity: A Cure For Social Network ‘Check-In’ Fatigue?

September 23, 2011

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Social networks these days seem to be a dime a dozen, at least to my not so social self. From the ubiquitous Facebook, to potentially disruptive upstarts like the big Gs Google+, and everything in between like Twitter, Foursquare, Gowalla, GetGlue and Linkedin. Even Google Reader, a reinvention of the aging RSS feed, has a […]

The Tech Bishop’s Guide to Getting the most out of your Symbian Device

August 26, 2011

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Earlier this week, I received an E7 loan unit from the good guys over at Nokia South Africa, which I get to keep for a month (full review to follow). While setting up the device for my needs, it struck me how dogmatic the whole process has become for me. I attribute this primarily to […]

Opera Mini 6 and Opera Mobile 11 – a stellar duet

March 23, 2011

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Opera software has launched the next generation of its mobile browser solutions, Opera Mini 6 and Opera Mobile 11. As you might already know, I am a big fan of Opera’s browsers. I use Opera Mini for my day-to-day browsing, Opera Mobile is set as the default browser for those moments when I’m no constrained […]