ASUS eeePad Transformer – Superb Device / Terrible Service


While the lawsuits over IP infringements and slanging matches over IOS versus Android platforms continue, my recent experience illustrates that despite the arguably superior Android-based ASUS tablet product offering (now superceded by the updated Transformer Prime), with its incredible battery life of up to 16 hours with the attached keyboard dock, onboard USB host ports … Continue reading ASUS eeePad Transformer – Superb Device / Terrible Service

Espresso Reader makes feed reading sexy


As a predominantly mobile user, I use a variety of internet-connected devices to work, research, blog, interact and entertain myself. My mobile, device-swapping, online-lifestyle has necessitated the use of various technologies which utilise cloud services, granting me some degree of data storage device-independence. DropBox, with its multi-platform clients and open application programming interface (API), provides … Continue reading Espresso Reader makes feed reading sexy

Managing iPhone/iPod Touch music on the run


Although I have an iPhone with 32Gb of storage, once apps, podcasts, photos and other data claim their share, I'm left with only about 20Gb of storage for music. Whilst this sounds plenty, it represents less then 10% of my household digital music library, and I'm forever forced to make difficult decisions about which artists, … Continue reading Managing iPhone/iPod Touch music on the run