Lifestyle Gadget Blog - Part 21

Rumba Time Union Gem Watch

Published by on November 26, 2013 under Mobile

Rumba Time Union Gem Watch (1)

Rumba Time introduced a new elegant watch for women, designed to combine the watch functionality with the look of piece of jewelry. Union Gem comes in Black Diamond, Crystal, Rose Smoke, Sapphire, and Emerald colors, while the price is attractive, which makes it perfect for a Christmas gift. Read more

Why Every Piece of Data is Needed

Published by on November 25, 2013 under Office

Why Every Piece of Data is NeededAs a company, the chances are you often handle vast amounts of data. In a world dominated by leading concepts such as big data, it can be easy to assume that the vast whole matters much more than the individual parts, that everything is okay as long the general mass is still there.

Yet this couldn’t be further from the truth. Every piece of data or information is vital and so steps should be taken to ensure this. This should hopefully encourage you to make the right choice and invest in greater data recovery and protection. Read more

Marc Jacobs Melted Rose Gold Case for iPhone

Published by on November 23, 2013 under Mobile

Marc Jacobs Melted Rose Gold Case for iPhone (2)

I was browsing Google Images earlier, looking for rose gold jewelry, and I’ve found this amazing case for the iPhone 5/5S! The case is not made from rose gold though, but plastic, and wears the brand name of Marc Jacobs. Read more

Coin Holds Multiple Cards in Digital Format

Published by on November 21, 2013 under Mobile

Coin Holds up to 8 Cards in Digital Format (6)

Coin is the new generation of card holder because it’s a credit card-shaped device capable of holding up to 8 cards in digital format and they can be credit cards, debit cards, loyalty cards, gift cards, membership cards, and so on. This way, you can keep and use multiple cards in one. Read more

Fashion-forward Phones

Published by on November 21, 2013 under Mobile

Tech addicts usually fall in two different camps—ones who crave all things new and advanced, and others who have a niche love for newfangled goodies of a specific type, whether it’s automobiles, bicycles, music gear, hiking apparel, etc. All seem enamoured by the shine of something newer/better/faster, yet the reasons why are interesting and varied.

Who doesn’t know someone (or many someones) who are completely jazzed by having access to the “future” now? These are the people who will consume copious amounts of caffeine in order to be ready when the midnight launch of Extreme Tech 2500 goes on sale. They are innately curious (often highly intelligent) individuals who have subscriptions to all the best trade magazines and tech sites. They are the friends to call when your latest iOS upgrade drives you to drink. Read more

Karaoke Machine and Bluetooth Speaker

Published by on November 21, 2013 under Home

Karaoke Machine and Bluetooth Speaker

Named CES Innovation Awards Honoree, Home from Singing Machine is a unique karaoke system that can make your home parties perfect. The new karaoke system has an impressive minimalist and elegant design and is powered by the latest technologies to allow you to connect it to the TV via HDMI to get access to thousands of high definition karaoke videos available via the Singing Machine Play service powered by The Karaoke Channel. The hybrid remote control with built-in microphone allows you to scroll through popular songs, helping you quickly find your favorite hits. Read more

DVD replication with Duplication Centre

Published by on November 20, 2013 under Office

DVD replication with Duplication CentreWhen choosing a company to replicate your DVDs the foremost criteria for most people are cost, quality and customer service. Replication Centre pride themselves in having a resolute focus on all three of these factors.

Duplication Centre, the original sister company to Replication Centre, has built an excellent reputation by delivering low cost DVDs of excellent quality. As a result they have grown to become the UK’s market leader in CD and DVD duplication with 50% of their business coming from happy repeat customers. For those who want a run of DVDs that is longer than 1,000 copies, replication is a more economical answer than duplication. Read more

Turtle Shell 2.0 Wireless Rugged Speaker

Published by on November 19, 2013 under Outdoors

Turtle Shell 20 Wireless Rugged Speaker (1)

Outdoor Technology launched the Turtle Shell 2.0 wireless speaker. Based on the original speaker, the second version comes with several enhancements such as the advanced CSR Chip, the latest upgrades and audio codecs, as well as much longer battery life. Read more

Christmas Crafts – Things To Make And Do When The Nights Draw In

Published by on November 19, 2013 under Fun

Winter evening crafts are not only a fun hobby but also a great way of saving money if you’re thinking of getting your friends and family personalised Christmas presents this year.

Christmas Crafts Things To Make And Do When The Nights Draw In

When the clocks go back in October it really starts to feel as though winter is setting in. Many people find outdoor activities less appealing and look to take up something creative to fill the hours. A crafting hobby also has the advantage that they are often inexpensive and could save you a few pounds over the Christmas period if your work can double as a gift or decorative piece around the home. This article looks at some great Christmas crafting ideas. Read more

Crazy Facts About Solar Power

Published by on November 19, 2013 under Fun

Crazy Facts About Solar PowerThink solar power is boring? No way! Not only has it been around for a lot longer than you’d imagine, it could also be a key to exploring the universe. Read on for some strange and interesting facts about solar.

The idea of harnessing the sun’s energy has been around for a very, very long time. As far back as 700 B.C., people used glass lenses to magnify sunlight and start fires. In the 3rd century B.C., Greeks and Romans used mirrors to light religious torches. And according to legend, in around 212 B.C. Archimedes reflected sunlight off of bronze shields to set fire to the wooden ships of invading Romans. Read more