Orange Micro Robotic Tank

Let’s Play!


For so long I’ve wanted a toy like this one! And my 3 years old daughter was very excited when she first saw it, considering how playful is this amazing Robotic Tank.

This robotic tank not only go in all directions, but also makes extremely funny noises.

This toy is perfect to relax after a tiring day at work.

Playful robot can be guided with your smart phone and I gladly recommend to buy, because it is one of the best iPhone accessories. Continue reading “Orange Micro Robotic Tank”

The world’s smallest microSD memory card of 2GB

2GB transflash Micro SD memory card

This microSD memory card has a 2GB capacity although it is very small. You can store documents, photo files, video recordings, music and other type of files on it. The device is a must-have item if you are a paranoid, multi-tasking user like me who likes to keep an eye on everything.

A microSD memory card can be used standalone or even increase the capacity of your available memory for additional data. This is a necessary feature if you want to keep software applications or entertaining files that you do not normally have room for. This microSD of 2GB is the world’s smallest memory card of standard SD flash memory format which has been specially created to support ultra-small mobile phones.

Due to its small size, this microSD memory card can be placed virtually anywhere for safekeeping but be careful not to lose it. It’s usually recommended to hold it directly in the mobile phone. Continue reading “The world’s smallest microSD memory card of 2GB”

Microsoft cashing in from Android popularity

It seems that the current smartphone climate is win/win for Microsoft; not only are they currently deep into development of Windows Phones, but they are apparently making money from the immense popularity of Google’s Android operating system…

Microsoft cashing in from Android popularity

Due to a patent settlement between Microsoft and HTC (which was brought about after Microsoft sued the smartphone manufacturer during a case of intellectual property infringement), Microsoft are currently receiving $5 payment for each HTC Android smartphone that is sold. Resulting in Microsoft earning off the back of the other two companies, both of whom are currently performing exceptionally well in the smartphone market.

According to Asymco, Microsoft have already earned a cool $150 million from HTC Android smartphone sales, due to the fact there has already been 30 million Android handsets sold by HTC. Continue reading “Microsoft cashing in from Android popularity”