In this article I reviewed 3 bluetooth headsets for audio quality: the Motorola Roadster Pro, the Parrot Neo HD and the Jabra Freeway. I didn’t like any of them. They sounded fine to the driver of the car but the driver’s voice sounded bad to the person on the other end of the phone.
Since then I have been trying them on the road and it’s been a little different.
In real life there is a clear winner: the Motorola Roadster Pro.
I’ve made a little video so you can see how good it sounds!
[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LtHe-aCU5-k&w=400 ]
After much speculation the Apple Watch was released today and… it’s a watch! Continue reading 〉
I have written a review of Dragon Dictate version 4 here. For those of you who already have Dragon Dictate version 3, the big question is ‘Should I pay for the upgrade?’
I don’t think it’s worth the upgrade and here’s why.
STOP PRESS: Time to upgrade! Version 5 was released today (15 months later). Read more about it here.
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This is a strange ‘how to’ but these things are so cool I couldn’t help writing something about them – the ardrone – a helicopter controlled by your iPhone with a camera on the front that transmits the image to your iPhone screen! Continue reading 〉
[This article was written in 2010. For a more recent of Dragon click here.]
I’ve been waiting for almost 10 years for Dragon Naturally Speaking to arrive on the Macintosh! And finally it’s here – Dragon Dictate. Continue reading 〉
Like any other area of interest on the iPhone, when it comes to the Bible there are thousands of applications out there but the new kid on the block the ‘ESV Bible‘ is easily the best and here’s why… Continue reading 〉
You might have wondered how to get more RAM on your mac. You can replace it yourself, but you need to be careful where you buy it from.
In case you haven’t yet realised, Apple Memory is different to normal PC RAM, so if you go to a cheap PC shop or ebay and buy some memory it probably won’t work in your Apple computer. Here’s a reliable place I have found to buy RAM that works well in your Macintosh. Continue reading 〉