Passport? Um.. I’ve got an iPad!

The iPad has truly changed the way we live. From being just a ‘fun’ gadget with which you can play games, browse the web and perform simple tasks, the iPad has grown on to become one handy tool, now being used in several big restaurants, hospitals, coming to the aide of pilots, small businesses, and … Continue reading “Passport? Um.. I’ve got an iPad!”

RIM launches BBM Music, for the love of the “BlackBerry Boys”

Blackberry-maker Research in Motion (RIM) has given some more love to the fruit-flavored phone owners in the form of BBM Music, just days after launching the BB Curve 9350/9360/9370 — the last of the 5 devices they launched recently. BBM Music is an addition to the highly popular BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) service offered by RIM … Continue reading “RIM launches BBM Music, for the love of the “BlackBerry Boys””

No need of Disc for Netflix on Wii Now

From today, Netflix users n the US and Canada can stream content directly via their Wii devices. All Netflix users who have a plan starting at $8.99 in US/7.99$ in Canada, A Wii console and a internet connection can now watch TV shows and Movies instantly on their Wii. Enjow Disk-Free Netflix on the Nintendo … Continue reading “No need of Disc for Netflix on Wii Now”

SaskTel CEO says New iPhone in June

There have been lots of rumours about the iPhone 4G and a lot of pictures of the iPhone 4G also have been rumoured but finally there’s a final word on the iphone4G Saskatchewan-based SaskTel isn’t the biggest carrier in Canada but this┬áCanadian carrier had its discussion in which it gave information about┬áSaskTel 3G network which … Continue reading “SaskTel CEO says New iPhone in June”

Hockey World Cup: Day 10 Review

On the last day of the league matches, Germany booked a semifinal berth against England while the Netherlands will meet Australia. Germany go past Kiwis into semis Defending champions Germany saw off a late challenge from New Zealand to score a thumping 5-2 victory and book a semifinal berth. Dutch to face Australia in semis … Continue reading “Hockey World Cup: Day 10 Review”

Hockey World Cup: Day 8 Review

The day proved to be lucky for Korea while New Zealand’s hopes suffered a big blow. The Netherlands played out a thrilling draw with Germany. Korea keep last-four hopes alive Drag-flicker Jong Hyun Jang struck thrice as nimble-footed Korea drubbed lowly Canada 9-2 in a high scoring match to keep their semifinal hopes alive. New … Continue reading “Hockey World Cup: Day 8 Review”

Hockey World Cup: Day 6 Review

The sixth day saw the Dutch, Germans and Kiwis get closer to the semis while Korea, Argentina and Canada’s hopes were dashed. A much-needed win for New Zealand New Zealand survived waves of South Korean attacks before pulling off a 2-1 upset victory to keep alive their semifinal hopes. Netherlands roll Canada over Title contenders … Continue reading “Hockey World Cup: Day 6 Review”

Hockey World Cup: Day 4 Review

The drama continued on the fourth day of the hockey World Cup as Korea beat Argentina in a thrilling encounter, while, Germany extended their unbeaten run in the World Cup. Holders Germany thrash Canada Defending champions Germany extended their unbeaten run in World Cup ties to 15 as they overcame minnows Canada 6-0. Korea come … Continue reading “Hockey World Cup: Day 4 Review”

Hockey World Cup 2010: Day 2 Review

The drama continued on the second day of the hockey World Cup as New Zealand clinched a tight win and Germany were held on to a draw. NZ score come-from-behind win Ryan Archibald scored a last-gasp Kiwi winner as Canada ran out of luck in their opening World Cup match in New Delhi. Germany survive … Continue reading “Hockey World Cup 2010: Day 2 Review”