I got my Nexus 4 the other day and I am totally fascinated with the idea of a wireless charging station which is why it irritated the hell out of me to see the pricing of such technology; $50 and up because of the demand. Well, I came across a beauty of a deal on Amazon.ca today! Just $33 with shipping included for a Qi-certified wireless power pad for the Nexus 4! It is available on Feb 15th but you can pre-order it now. I did!
Thanks to the ever-awesome XDA Developers I now have a working version of Netflix on my Sony Xperia Arc! This is going to make my little boy very happy on the next car trip!
You should know the Netflix for Android APK is available here and that, at least in my case, it was not available in the Android Marketplace so this is the only way I know of to get it as of Aug 2011. Those who have an Xperia Arc or have tried one will know that movies look unbelievably awesome on its Bravia screen so go and get this installed ASAP if you can. Continue reading
There are few things IÂ despiseÂ more than getting cheated out of my hard earned money just because I am in Canada instead. This is especially true when there appears to be no reason other than greed!
Is Microsoft Price Gouging Canadians? My Experience Says Yes!
I needed to get another copy of Office 2010 Home and Business for one of my staff. So, I went to Google and searched for the Office 2010 purchase & download site. I went there and found Office Home and Business 2010 for sale for a reasonable $279.99. When I clicked “Buy Now” I was taken to a page where… much to my surprise and annoyance the price increased to $349.99 !!Â What the hell??
For a while I just kept trying to find some reason why it increased in price and I didn’t figure it out until I looked at the two URLs of the websites:
- The address for page 1 (the MS Office order page):
- The address for page 2 (the shopping cart):
I am having some difficulties with my audio on my Dell m1330. As a result, I decided to look into my support options since I haven’t been able to resolve the issue. That is when I came across something so priceless I just had to share it; the service provider handling Dell’s rapid response hardware support is “SOL“.
This is a really enjoyable spoof of a movie on the virtues of Java (considered a sin in the movie) vs the all mighty Microsoft. It is in high def.