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SimCity Closed Beta Impressions

This past weekend, I was one of the lucky ones and I was able to play the closed beta for SimCity. Although i wasn’t given much time to play with the game because they limited to 1 hour playing time at a time but this could be done multiple times, however you would have to start from scratch each of those times.

I’ve played past SimCity game before, I truly remember building a city and then destroying it with “natural” disasters (like Tornados, Earthquakes, Alien abductions, Meteors). This new version of SimCity is one of the best yet. Not only has it looks beautiful but it also is a lot of fun.

In this beta, you as the “Mayor of (Insert City Name Here) ” get to choose what your city will be like, whether it will be a casino city, an industrial city, a small town, a huge metropolis, you name it then you can surely build it but in the full version not the beta, because it was kind of limited. First off you can’t put a landmark like the Eiffel Tower in because it isn’t available in the beta or the base game, it is only available in the Digital Deluxe Version through EA Origin.

I had an enjoyable experience with this SimCity Closed Beta, it is one of the best game betas i’ve played in a while.

Some of the downsides to SimCity is that sometimes it can be difficult to make some money when you urgently need it to buy more classrooms or firetrucks or more factories. Another thing is that SimCity requires a constant online connection via EA Origin which can be annoying if you just want to play the game by yourself, which you certainly can do, and you have the option of playing online with multiplayer with your friends.

How the multiplayer works in SimCity, is that you and your friend(s) can create neighbouring cities within the same region and for example you could create a giant megatropolis similair to New York or Toronto. Then your friend could create a industrial city that also can provide power to your city. I am way too excited to get SimCity when it comes out.

SimCity comes out on March 5th 2013 in North America on PC, with MAC version coming at a later date.


Take a look at this article on the same subject on Technobuffalo: 

http://www.technobuffalo.com/2013/01/29/simcity-beta-preview/
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Blackberry 10 Event on January 30th 2013

Today Research In Motion (Now rebranded as Blackberry) took to the stage in New York City to launch their new Operating System.

The first device they announced was the Q10, it looks like a normal Blackberry Device but now with a larger screen to support the touch friendly OS. It has a Standard QWERTY keyboard and a screen with a resolution of 720×720. Blackberry did not announce any pricing or availability yet. In all honesty this device looks like a Blackberry Bold 9900 but with a taller touch screen.

The other device the Blackberry announced was the Z10. It looks exactly like the Dev Alpha units that  developers got at the last Blackberry event, in the past few months. Not much is known about this device either except for the it has a 4.2 inch screen with 356 PPI and the device will ship in Black or White. Pricing or availability was not given yet but there have been reports that it will ship within tih coming weeks.
Thorsten Heins, Blackberry’s President and CEO, took to the stage to tell how they aren’t going to be know as Research In Motion any more an that they are going to be rebranded as Blackberry, just Blackberry along with their new slogan “One Brand, One Promise“.

UPDATE: Blackberry also announced that Blackberry 10 Devices will be available in the U.K tomorrow and in Canada on February 3rd and in the US, sometime in March.

SOURCES USED:

http://www.theverge.com/2013/1/30/3932568/blackberry-10-event-rim-rebrands-the-q10-z10-and-everything-you-need

http://www.technobuffalo.com/2013/01/30/blackberry-10-availability/
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Nexus 7 (Wi-Fi & Mobile Data) Review

After using the Nexus 7 (32GB Wi-Fi & Mobile Data) for a few weeks now, I have come to the conclusion that it is one of the Best Tablets that have come out so far. In this review I will be talking about a few main points:
  •          Hardware
  •          Internals and Performance
  •          Software

Hardware

For a 7-Inch Tablet, the Build Quality is superb, there is a textured backing for extra grip which almost feels like leather but at the same time it isn’t. On the bottom of the device there is a MicroUSB Port for charging. On the left hand side there isn’t much except for a MicroSIM card slot and some pogo plugs so it can be connected to a dock (just like the Galaxy Nexus can). On the Right-Hand Side, there is the Lock/Power Button and the Volume Buttons. On the front of the device, there is a 1.2 Megapixel Camera and there is no rear-facing camera.
I have to say that Asus and Google did an excellent job making sure that this product is a well-designed and engineered product.

Internals

The Nexus 7 features a 1.3 GHz Quad-Core Tegra 3 Processor that is capable of playing the most graphically enhanced games on the Google Play Store, such as Dead Trigger, GTA: Vice City .It has either 16GB or 32GB of storage for the Wi-Fi Only Versions and just 32GB of storage for the Wi-Fi & Mobile Data version. It also packs Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n, and has a GPS chip, NFC, gyroscope, compass, and accelerometer. One point to mention is that the device is HSPA+ Unlocked which means it will work on any GSM carrier just like the Galaxy Nexus did before it and the Nexus 4.
The display has a resolution of 1280 by 800 and that is of the LCD display type. Text and images look crisp and clear on the screen. The viewing angles are also very good.
The Nexus 7 has solid battery life, you can get about 6 to 7 hours of the device. However I did encounter some problem with my Nexus 7, and that is when the Nexus 7 isn’t in use the battery still seems to drain even though there is nothing running in the background and sometimes I use my Nexus 7 for an hour or two and then I put it aside for a couple of hours and when I want to use it again the battery is dead. I mean I have an iPad 2 as well and when I do the same thing the battery does not drain completely it usually only drains about 10-15%.

Software
The Nexus 7 ships with the latest version of Android and that is of course Android 4.2. Now I’m not going to go into detail because I have already done an Android 4.2 Review. I will talk about some of the tablet only features such as Multiple User accounts. With Multiple user accounts, you can do exactly that, have multiple users on one device.
 Each user has their own Apps, wallpapers, home screen, folders and it is all completely separate from the other user accounts on the device. This works well if you would like to just have your account and then a guest account, but if you have everyone in your family with their own user account then you won’t have much storage left.

Android 4.2 REVIEW
Wrap-Up
Google’s Nexus 7 isn’t just a awesome tablet for your money’s worth. It is an Awesome tablet, period. If you are deciding to get an Android tablet, then I strongly recommend getting a Nexus 7 no matter which version (but get one with lots of storage).


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My Galaxy Nexus Homescreen

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My Favourite Apps of 2012

Here is just some of the Android Apps and Games that I used most often in 2012. It ranges from News Apps to some of the Best Games.


Falcon Pro for Android: This is hands-down one of the best paid Twitter Clients that has come out in the past year. It has a nice and clean UI and beats all the other Twitter Clients out there including most of the Free Clients.  

Download: Falcon Pro 

Falcon Pro New Tweet


Ski Safari: Is a highly addictive and simple game. The Game’s graphics and sounds are fantastic. Your objective in the game is to ski down a hill with the help of some Penguins, Falcons and a Yeti, all while trying not to be attacked by a avalanche. And there are a lot f achievements and unlockables that will keep playing again and again. 


Download: Ski Safari

Ski Safari in Action


Pocket (Formerly Read It Later): It is a simple application that allows you to take URLs with News Articles, Videos or any web page you can save it so you can view it later on. Pocket syncs to your phone, computer, tablet so you can view what you’ve saved at any time.

Download: Pocket

Pocket Mobile App



BeyondPod: It is a simple Podcast Manager, that has a nice, clean UI and you can Watch, Listen to your Favourite Podcasts.

Download: BeyondPod

BeyondPod App Interface


Pulse News: It is a news app with a beautiful interface, and can show an article in a clean and elegant view. Plus you can save your stories for later with Pocket and Instapaper integration. Or share a interesting story on Facebook, Twitter or Google+.


Download: Pulse News 

Inside the Pulse News App 


Flipboard: It is also another clean, nice-looking news reading app but in the different design. The Style is similair to it’s iPhone counterpart. And there are a variety of sources to add to your Flipboard. There is support for you to add your Facebook and Twitter to read both of those in the same design and layout.


Download: Flipboard



Flipboard in-app

Instagram: The popular photo-sharing social network made it’s way to Android in 2012, with over 100 Million Users, “It is a Free, Fun and simple way to make and share gorgeous photos” (without going overboard with all the filters). It has Facebook Intergration and some Twitter Intergration (actually when you select to share your photo on Twitter within Instagram, it does not show a card anymore but just a link to that photo on your Instagram page). 

Download: Instagram


Instagram Welcome Screen when first loading the app


Snapseed: It is a app that allows user to add different filters and effects (like Photoshop Express or Pixlr Express). This app was recently bought out by Google a couple of months ago, and Google updated the app to feature Google+ Integration and the app is now FREE, before it was owned by Google, it would have cost $4.99.


Download: Snapseed


The Snapseed Interface


Pixlr Express:  It is another photo editing app, that you can just add some filters, effects to add some details to your photos. It goes along with it’s Web-Based Conterpart and is owned by the same company that make Autodesk Sketchbook.


Download: Pixlr Express

Pixlr express Main Screen
Google+ :  A Social Network from Google. The New and improved Google+ app has be redesigned, with a new layout and design. The App has a magazine style layout on tablets. You still have access to your favourite features like Instant Upload, which automatically uploads your photos taken with your Android phone, Video Chatting with you and up to 9 Friends with Google+ Hangouts, see nearby streams to see what people near you are talking about and posting about on Google+.

Download: Google+ 

The Google+ layout

Google Drive: It is another Cloud Storage option with a Google Twist. It allows you to edit your Google Docs (like Word Documents, Spreadsheets, all from within the app). You can direclty upload files from your Android Device. Also Google Drive has some affordable monthly storage plans (5 GB FREE, 25GB for $2.49, 100GB for $4.99, 200GB GB for $9.99, 400GB for $19.99, 1TB for $49.99,  2TB for $99.99, 4TB for $199.99, 8TB for $399.99,16TB for $799.99)


Download: Google Drive

This is what the Google Drive app looks like


Songza: Songza is a music streaming service, that allows you to listen to music for FREE, with no audio advertisements and there is not listening limit. Songza’s “Music Concierge” can find the right music for your moments. You can share your favourite playlists via Facebook, Twitter or email. Songza was named Editor’s Choice by Google Play.


Download: Songza

This is what Songza’s Music Concierge looks like

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CES: Official Day 2

There was a lot of announcements today as well in addition to all of the hundreds of announcements to take place or have taken place at CES 2013.

Starting with the Polaroid’s new tablets the M10 and the M7. The M10 has a 10 inch HD screen (Resolution of 1280 by 800), a quad-core processor,16GB of Internal Storage, 5 Megapixel Rear-Facing Camera, 2 Megapixel Front-Facing Camera, Built-In Wi-Fi, MicroSD Card slot and what looks to be stock Android 4.1 Jellybean with some minor Polaroid additions like a Quick Settings Widget. It cost about $229 with a Spring 2013 Release Date.

The Polaroid M10 and M7



The Polaroid M7 has the same High Res Screen as the M10. It features a Dual Core Processor, a MicroSD Card Slot, 8GB of Storage, Android 4.1 and a 2 Megapixel Front-Facing Camera (Unfortunately there is no Rear-Facing Camera just like the Nexus 7).


A Few days ago Google & Asus announced the Asus Qube, a Google TV Set-Top Box. The Qube is what most Tech Reviewers are saying that this is what the Nexus Q should have been. Asus has just announced that the Qube will be sold for $150 and it will be released in Q1 2013.

This is what the Qube looks like


Razer showed off their new “Razer Edge”, a new Gaming Tablet that is capable of playing Full PC Games in a mobile space. It runs Windows 8, has either a Intel i5 Processor (i7 depending if you choose to get the Base or the Pro Model), Nvidia GT640 LE GPU, up to 8GB of RAM and also capable of 30 Frames Per Second for all curent titles and more.


Kingston also announced their HyperX Predator, a USB Drive that can have up to a 1 TB of storage. There also is a 512GB edition and that one costs about $2000 and no word on pricing for the 1TB model.

Chinese Phone Manufacturer, Huawai announced their Ascend Mate, which has a 1.4 GHz Quad-Core Processor, their Emoition UI running on Android 4.1 Jellybean, 8 Megapixel Rear-Facing Camera, and a huge 6.1 Inch 720p Display.


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CES 2013: Official Day 1

Sony has unveiled some new products today at their press conference including the Sony Xperia Z. The new Sony Xperia Z combines current superphone staples like a 5-inch, 1080p screen and quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro processor with high-end imagining and the ability to survive underwater without missing a beat.

Huawei has just announced the Ascend Mate with a Massive Screen at 6.1 inches, the Mate (coming to China in February and other markets thereafter) makes the iPhone 5 look like a Tic-Tac. It also has a much bigger 720p screen than the 5.5-inch Galaxy Note II, although Huawei says it has a more compact screen-to-chassis ratio than competing phones.

Lexus and its parent company Toyota are jumping into the self-driving car race. The company announced at CES 2013 that it’s working on what it calls its Advanced Active Safety Research Vehicle, which will serve as a launch pad for future autonomous vehicles.


Here is the Lexus Autonomous Vehicle Concept
Software Company Canonical made waves recently with the announcement that Ubuntu, the popular open-source operating system, was making the leap to smartphones. But does the world need another mobile operating system? The folks at Canonical seem to think so. And after going hands-on with the latest build of Ubuntu Mobile during Pepcom at CES 2013.

Ubuntu OS Running on a Galaxy Nexus


Samsung’s new television sets for 2013 are not only beautiful, but allow for more connectivity and interaction with the devices than ever before. Samsung Smart TV provides more interaction with content and partners than any other TVs. The new Samsung flagship F8000 television is a sight to behold, with its LED screen and incredibly beautiful picture. The OLED (Organic Light-Emitting Diode) TVs with built-in speaker systems look like a work of art. If Apple is going to make its own television, it has its work cut out.

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CES 2013: "UnOfficial" Day 1 (CES Unveiled 2013)

*Please Note that January 7th 2013 was Pre-CES 2013 and not an official Day at CES

There were so many things to choose to talk about in this post for the very first “unofficial” day of CES 2013 but sadly I’m not actually at the Show so I can tell you my hands on impressions but however I can explain to you some of the things that were announced today starting with.

Nvidia Tegra 4: It combines 4 A15 CPU Cores and about 72 GPU Cores and has a integrated 4G LTE Modem, which makes the Tegra 4, the Fastest Mobile Processor so far.Next we have the unexpected, Nvidia Project Shield, where on first glance you might thing that its a modified Xbox 360 Controller with a touch screen. However, it is actually a portable gaming device that combines a 5 inch touch screen, the new Tegra 4 Processor and running on Stock Android. This device, can stream games from your PC to your Device and then you could output to a HDTV via the device’s HDMI port. The device also has a MicroSD Card Slot and can all the regular games from the Google Play Store just like any latest Android Smartphone.

Lenovo 27 inch IdeaCentre Horizon, combines the best of a All-In-One, a Laptop and a Tablet to create a “Table Top Computer”. With this computer, it combines great Hardware and Software. And plenty of games could be played in the Table Top position like “Air Hockey”.

Lenovo ThinkPad Helix Hybrid: It is a new Laptop/Tablet Hybrid that can serve as a 11.6 inch Tablet and a Powerful Business Ultrabook with the detachable Keyboard dock.That about does cover just some of the stuff announced today at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. 

LG showed its new OLED TVs with WRGB techology, wide viewing angles, infinite contrast ratio, realistic colours etc.  LG also put forth a 100-inch Mega Smart TV, which isn’t just a prototype or for demo, but will be available for purchase. The company’s new line-up of 4K TVs will be Smarter with 2.2 channel sound and Cinema 3D; the company is working with industry partners like Activision, Google and Disney to produce more 4K content. The Search feature has been made intuitive for recommendations based on your history of viewing and search habits and the new LG magic remote has been designed to understand “natural” language so you can speak comfortably and not like a robot with the voice control on the remote and not TV. LG is also showcasing Google TVs and 3D TVs. Moreover, LG plans to go 100 percent LED and no more CCFL.


Vizio unveiled two Android tablets.  The first is a 10 inch tablet powered by Nvidia’s Tegra 4 processor, which means it’s faster than the latest version of Apple’s iPad and will be running Android 4.2 (a.k.a. Jelly Bean).  It also features 32GB of storage, Bluetooth 4.0 and Wi-Fi, front and rear cameras, and a standard set or ports connectivity.  The second is a 7-inch tablet that features a Tegra 3 processor, a 1280 x 800 IPS display, 16GB of storage, a 1.2 megapixel front-facing camera, and stock Android Jelly Bean.

SOURCES USED:

http://siliconangle.com/blog/2013/01/07/top-mobile-launches-from-ces-2013-day-1/

http://www.maximumpc.com/article/news/techradar_roundup_ces_2013_day_1

http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/2013/jan/08/ces-2013-internet-fridge

http://ibnlive.in.com/news/ces-2013-day-1-roundup/314557-11.html

http://www.tested.com/tech/452735-ces-2013-day-1-press-conferences-1080p-phones-4k-tvs/

http://blog.laptopmag.com/ces-2013-day-1-wrap-up-hottest-new-tech

http://mashable.com/2013/01/06/ces-unveiled-2013/


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It’s (NOT) the End of the World as We Know It

If you are reading this right now, then you probably are on of the people that knew the world wasn’t going to end just yet. So today is 12.21.2012, otherwise know as Dooms Day 2012 but nothing has happened and nothing bad is going to happen to the world today. 

In other news, the music video for the K-Pop Star Psy’s “Gangnam Style” has become the very first YouTube video to hit 1 Billion (Yes, the one with nine zeros) It only took 160 days – give or take a few hours which that works out to 6.25 million views a day, 260,416 an hour, 4,340 a minute and 72 a second. Congratulations to Psy and let’s see if his video can make it to 2 Billion.



And for your listening pleasures, here is R.EM.’s “It’s the end of the World as we know it (and I Feel Fine) “


http://www.technobuffalo.com/2012/12/21/gangnam-style-becomes-first-youtube-video-to-break-1-billion-views/

http://www.engadget.com/2012/12/21/gangnam-style-one-billion-views/


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VIDEO GAMES – The Canadian Techie Holiday Gift Guide 2012


 Nothing can beat the feeling of tearing some gift wrapping paper to reveal the most must-have gadget around. From waiting in line on Boxing Day (Here in Canada) and scoring a awesome deal on a tablet or TV to trying to figure out what to get certain “Techie” in your life. You have come to the right place. In the next few posts, i will have a helpful graphic with some products to help ease your gift decisions.

Now onto the gamer in your life, below are just some of the awesome games that have come out this year that your recipient will surely appreciate. This list includes games ranging from first-person shooters to action adventure games. It also includes some “NEW” game consoles such as the all-new Nintendo Wii U.

GAMES

 
Dishonored (Xbox 360, PS3,  PC, Available Now)

 
NBA 2K1
3 (Xbox 360, PS3, Available Now)

 
Borderlands 2 (Xbox 360, PS3,  PC, Available Now)

 
NHL 13 (Xbox 360, PS3,Available Now)

 
Assassin’s Creed III (Xbox 360, PS3,  PC, Available Now)

 
Need For Speed: Most Wanted (Xbox 360, PS3,  PC, Available Now)

 
Far Cry 3 (Xbox 360, PS3,  PC,
Available Now )

 
Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 (Xbox 360, PS3,  PC, Available Now)

 
Halo 4 (Xbox 360, PS3,  Available Now)

 
Medal of Honor: Warfighter (Xbox 360, PS3,  PC, Available Now)

 
Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two (Xbox 360, PS3,  PC, Wii U, Available Now )

 
Hitman: Absolution (Xbox 360, PS3,  PC, Available Now)

 
New Super Mario Bros. U (Wii U, Available Now)

 
ZombiU (Wii U,Available Now)

 
Batman: Arkham City Armoured Edition (Wii U, Available Now)

 
Rabbids Land (Wii U, Available Now)

 
Scribblenauts: Unlimited (Wii U, Available Now)

 
Marvel Avengers: Battle For Earth (Wii U, Available Now)

GAMING GEAR 


Super Slim Playstation 3 $299 (Assassin’s Creed III 500GB Bundle)

Wii U Deluxe Version is Shown

 
Wii U $299/349 (8GB Basic Version/32GB Deluxe Version) 


Xbox 360 $249*/299 (*4GB Kinect Family Bundle/ 250GB Kinect Bundle/
250 GB Bundle with Forza 4 & Skyrim Download / 320GB Limited Edition Halo 4 Console)

 
Nintendo 3DS XL $199 


PS Vita Console $249 (Console Only with Wi-Fi/Assassin’s Creed III: Libration Bundle/COD:Black Ops 2 Declassified Bundle)

 
PS Vita Console $299 (Console with 3G & Wi-Fi with Gravity Rush & Unit 13 Download Vouchers)

 
Kinect $100 (Standard Kinect System with Kinect Adventures)

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