South Africa 2010: How it should have been…
Unless you’ve been hiding away on a remote island off the west coast, chances are you know how Ireland exited the upcoming World Cup. Well, now’s the chance for some payback.
It’s Pacman’s 30th birthday – not a bad age, if I do say so myself.
But check out how Google has chosen to mark the occasion: a Pacman doodle. And not only a Pacman doodle, but a playable one too. Catch it before it’s gone.
Essential summer kit: sun cream, sandals and some sort of music. Or, in Ireland, unmbrella, sensible footwear and some sort of music. Either way, this solar powered iPod speaker could help you out.
If you’re an iPhone user, you’re probably more than a little addicted to the device. But that addiction comes at a price: dwindling battery life. And there’s nothing worse than being stuck somewhere (an airport) without access to a plug or laptop to charge your phone (and general entertainment device).
HTC’s latest handset is yet another challenger to the iPhone. The Android phone has a 3.7in LED display, which is bright, responsive and perfect for web browsing, viewing images and watching video. It has pinch to zoom and also supports Flash content. A decent video and still camera have been included.
Bump has been knocking about for a bit on the iPhone, but it was only recently I discovered you could use it to send contacts and photos between an iPhone and an Android handset.
I don’t pretend to know how it works, and I’m sure a detailed explanation is available somewhere, but it’s the handiest app on my mobile. No more faffing about with Bluetooth; simply activate Bump on both phones, ‘bump’ them together and it will transfer the files for you.