Get attached to the Kinneir Dufort Revive

The Kinneir Dufort Revive offers a new perspective over smartphones: it has been created to actually improve its appearance in time. So your phone will age as wine. Designed to allow existing hardware to be upgraded, you won’t have to buy a new phone later on just to keep up with the latest and improved trends. Through an intelligent membership scheme, you can place an order for new parts that will replace your current ones (hardware and software). Users can receive bonuses as time goes by. And the phone features…

Entertain Yourself with Nokia X7

Nokia has just announced the new smartphone for tech-freaks (game addicts, film fans, art lovers). The beautiful contemporary look of the Nokia X7 is packed with the latest technology in mobile industry. Made from seamless stainless steel and glass, Nokia X7 has a large 4-inch display and an 8-megapixel camera. It comes with free drive navigation with turn-by-turn voice guidance and has the Galaxy on Fire HD and Asphalt 5 HD games included. Being the first smartphone with complete update of the Symbian software user experience (including faster web browsing…

Design Concept: The Upgraded Collector USB Flash Drive

Most of us have several USB Flash Drives that we carry on us at any times. They are “several” because we don’t seem to ever have enough memory storage for our needs. If you are one of these people, then the Collector USB Flash Drive is the perfect solution for you. Designed by Fang-Chun Thai, the principle used here is pretty simple: by using the Collector USB Flash Drive you will be able to store a big amount of movies, music, games, software, photos etc. on more than one microSD…

Computers don't get older; software gets younger

Computers don’t get older; software gets younger No matter what you buy, it will be considered old in about 18 months, so stop worrying about it. Read more on Philly.com Expect differences with Canadian Target When it opens up to 150 Canadian stores in former Zellers locations starting in 2013, will Target be able to replicate the variety and the prices consumers have come to expect in the U.S.? Yes and no, say analysts Read more on National Post