Category: Shopping Product Reviews

Sony BDP-S580 Review: One of the Best 3D Blu-Ray Players of 2011

July 8, 2021

Sony will launch five new Blu-ray players in 2011; including a first portable player. But the standout product in the range seems to be the BDP-S580. This mid-range player is packed with all the latest extras you want in a player and at a very reasonable price ($ 200). In line just below the BDP-S780…

Do you want a rewarding job? Take a look at a Stay at Home career

July 7, 2021

If you are looking for a rewarding home career, you may be making the best decision of your life. Being a stay at home mom definitely counts as a career. It may not be a paid profession, but there are things you can also do to earn income while at home for your children. A…

Pinterest tools you need to use

July 6, 2021

For a social media site that is only three years old, Pinterest has made great strides. It now has 70 million users as of July 2013 and women make up 80 percent of users. Business accounts on the site now number half a million and monthly page views are 2.5 billion. If you’ve been using…

The BioCel wastewater treatment plant

July 5, 2021

I have never heard of the Tricel BioCel sewage treatment plant before, that’s because it is a brand new product made right here in the UK, the BioCel is a retro fit septic tank conversion unit, perfect for applications where the septic system is not treating the water well enough not to pollute a watercourse,…

Disney just awakened the potential of Hulu

July 3, 2021

Did you see the Golden Globes this year? Honestly, I didn’t, but my wife was looking up at it. I know this because I helped make sure the NBC live stream worked well on our Roku. The Golden Globes are historically a celebration of traditional media: television broadcasts, cable shows, movies, etc. This year marked…

Will all next-gen Google pixels fit with Dragon 835?

July 2, 2021

Google created the biggest problem in 2016. Google has started to actively participate in the hardware industry. At the center of the problem was the Google Pixel. Of course, Google didn’t produce directly from the hardware production line, but it was a smartphone that Google made throughout the process. Despite being the first smartphone, the…

What qualifies as retrogaming?

July 1, 2021

Whether or not a game or system qualifies as retrogaming is something difficult to quantify and something that different people will often think of very differently. The ‘retro’ in the word ‘retrogaming’ is itself a bit misleading. Retro, by definition, is a style that intentionally evokes memories of an old style that has since gone…

To help! A Pokémon is invading my lawn

June 30, 2021

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock since July 6, 2016, at least you know that millions of people around the world now spend every spare moment hunting Pokémon. (For the uninitiated who are about to correct my grammar, I am sure that Pokémon is both singular and plural, there are no ‘Pokemons’). It’s an…

Tips on how to choose the right game console for you

June 29, 2021

Today’s games have become a way of life for many people. They start and end the day by playing their favorite video and online games. Many people actually find games addictive – they just won’t feel good or complete without firing their virtual gun or building a digital house or fortress in one day. But…

State lines and PI: to cross or not to cross

June 28, 2021

State limits and PI: to cross or not to cross that is the question. A Shakespearean riddle. Your driver’s license is accepted in all 50 states. So is your marriage license. What about your IP license? NASIR stated, several years ago, that it hoped that one day the IP license would also be accepted in…