Tuesday , 19 August 2014

Count Your Calories Before You Consume Them

calorie counter

Trying to watch what you eat? There’s help around the corner. If you have so far been relying on self-tracking devices like Fitbit to give you a count of the calories you burn, it may just about be the right time to think about taking the next step – measuring the calories on your plate before you consume them. Sure, there are apps that let you enter calorie estimates and manual diet charts you can consult to keep track of your calorie consumption. But let’s face it, they aren’t nearly as accurate as you would like them to be. GE researchers believe they might have a great solution: a device capable of directly measuring the calories in your food. Read More »

Microsoft Surface Pro 3 Tablet: Merging Work and Play

surface pro 3

For those of you who want to leave your laptops behind and just carry a tablet when on the move, Microsoft offers a solution: the new Surface Pro 3, released last month. Marketed as slimmer, bigger, and more powerful than its predecessor, this tablet is designed to serve as all-purpose computer worthy of replacing your laptop. Read More »

Product Review- Xerox WorkCentre 6015B Laser Color All-in-One


When it comes to high volume prints for company paperwork or for small printing businesses, a heavy-duty and reliable laser printer is all you need. Xerox WorkCentre 6015B Laser Color All in One is among the newest products designed with a lot of new features that can meet your daily printing needs. We got a review request from Misco.co.uk for this product and we gladly accepted to try our hands on this MFP and test it hard for our visitors. Read More »

Can Cryptocurrencies Like Bitcoin Strengthen Global Economy?


Patrick Byrne, CEO of Overstock proudly wears the label "The most hated man on Wall Street." His position as one of the most important supporter of Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin was cemented when Overstock became the first major retailer to accept Bitcoin. Recently Byrne was the keynote speaker at the 2014 Bitcoin conference. There he shared his thoughts on how Bitcoin fits into the development of liberal philosophy. Read More »

A Buyers Guide on Choosing the Right Laptop


With the growing increase in laptop brands and the developments in technology, choosing the right laptop to purchase has never been more complicated. There are a number of factors to be considered when making this important decision. Lets discuss a few. Read More »

Should I Upgrade To Unlimited Broadband?

unlimited net

Having unlimited broadband means there is no restriction on internet use. It also results in faster access speeds than conventional internet use. Upgrading to unlimited broadband may seem an appealing idea although some underlying factors may render it a less suitable option. Read More »

Economic Warfare – America’s Best Kept Secret

Economic Warfare

As something of an American History buff there are certain topics I like to keep a close eye on- one of those is the American Mafia and/or organized crime in general. As such I had to have a look at a certain presentation by Patrick Byrne, PhD. & CEO of Overstock.com: Naked Shorts, Bust-Outs, and the Once and Future Cataclysm: Economic Warfare. It's a fairly long title, but the presentation itself is pretty well mind blowing in nature. Read More »

Free Cloud Storage For All From Firedrive


Firedrive.com has come up with the unique cloud storage service for free. The company offers 50GB free space for storing all your data, files, pictures securely, and enables you to access them from anywhere, from any device, at any time. Read More »

3 Reasons Why Your Retail Business Requires Smart POS Software

pos software

Wondering what exactly separates entrepreneurs who make millions of dollars on the retail market from the ones who barely manage to survive in the same sector? The answer is quite simple: the first category of merchants uses hardware and software tools designed to ensure trouble-free product and order management, improved relationships with clients and the ability to make smart decisions in the long run. Read More »