• Blog posts by Alfred Bayle

Alfred Bayle / Senior Technical Writer

Amateur photographer, self-proclaimed storage junkie, PC gamer and human swiss-knife, Alfred joined the team back in 2007 straight out of college, lured by the smell of fresh new gadgets and mind-boggling computer wizardry. He juggles his time between graphics cards and mobos, photo shoots, Otaku conventions, PC games, collecting anime figures, and sorting files on his hard drives.

Salivating For Some Ice Cream Sandwich?

Alfred Bayle

Ice Cream Sandwich has started to appear in the latest tablets and smartphones. But what about older Android devices? Will your current smartphone and tablet be able to ride the Android 4.0 wave or, will it be left behind in the era of Gingerbread?

Handheld Overlords

Alfred Bayle

Smart devices are more or less electronic Swiss knives in our bags and pockets in their capacity to provide us with many of our modern electronic conveniences. But more than that, smartphones and tablets can even take control of other electronic gadgets!

Alternate Reality Or Augmented Reality?

Alfred Bayle

There's no escaping the tide of information that continues to knock at our doorsteps so we look to our handheld smart devices to help get us around and keep us entertained through the resurgent interest in the development of augmented reality and how it can benefit day to day life.

The Weird, The Wild, And The Potentially Useless

Alfred Bayle

CES is not just about the latest tablets, smartphones, and computers. It’s also about groundbreaking, innovative, and downright weird technologies that could either revolutionize the whole industry or add another piece of trash to the rapidly-growing IT garbage pile. Either way, you have to give credit for creativity.

Modern Smartphones: Pocket-sized Personal Computers?

Alfred Bayle

Ever noticed that when you look at a smartphone's specs, it looks very similar to the specs of personal computers that were around in the 90's? It's amazing, and amusing, to think that the big hunk of computing machinery that once sat on your desk now fits in your pocket.

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