Archive for Dan Sung

  • O2 Priority Moments high street deals service hits the shelf

    O2 Priority Moments high street deals service hits the shelf

    By 14 July 2011

    O2 has launched itself and its customers right into the ever-popular voucher market with the arrival of O2 Priority Moments. Born from the already successful gig tickets system, this entirely separate mobile service brings location-based, exclusive offers...

  • Kodak Playfull review
    3.5 out of 5

    Kodak Playfull review

    By 12 July 2011

    With Flip now out of business, Kodak has found itself in a rather rare situation as far as the company in the current age goes. For pocket camcorders, it's going to be market leader. So, is becoming top dog by default enough reason to start buying these...

  • iPhone 5 - true or false?

    iPhone 5 - true or false?

    By 8 July 2011

    It’s been more than a year since the last iPhone was announced and the rumour mill is exhausted. Not used to over 12 months operation, its cogs have become clogged with nonsense, its wheels chipped in the confusion between hard fact and hot air and...

  • APP OF THE DAY: Ubuntu One Files review (Android)

    APP OF THE DAY: Ubuntu One Files review (Android)

    By 29 June 2011

    A few weeks back on Pocket-lint we lined up some of the biggest players in the cloud storage field against one another to see which service was the best. (It was a nice piece and well worth a read when you've got an afternoon to kill). Nonetheless, there...

  • APP OF THE DAY: PlayDoom review (BlackBerry)

    APP OF THE DAY: PlayDoom review (BlackBerry)

    By 27 June 2011

    So you've just bought yourself a BlackBerry Playbook. You've about cracked the whole frames part the OS and how it works, and you've probably discovered that it's quite an amusing tablet to own. Your next move? Apps. Now, you're a BlackBerry user, so...

  • Best Buy offer affordable wireless audio with Rocketfish

    Best Buy offer affordable wireless audio with Rocketfish

    By 27 June 2011

    The giant blue and yellow tech retailer that is Best Buy has a range of own brand products in the States under the name of Rocketfish doing a roaring trade. In fact, it's been going so well that the company has brought them over to its burgeoning fleet...

  • 78 Android tips for beginners

    78 Android tips for beginners

    By 27 June 2011

    With over 500,000 new Android devices activated each day, there are a lot of people out there who've got plenty to learn about their phones. If you're one of them, then you're in the right place. Now, it might be that you've joined the Android revolution...

  • Philips Fidelio DS9010 & DS9 docks hands-on

    Philips Fidelio DS9010 & DS9 docks hands-on

    By 22 June 2011

    Back in 2010, Philips took on the market leader in high end iPod docks, that is the B&W Zeppelin, and did so darn well with the Philips Fidelio DS9000 that the Dutch company has decided to do it again. 2011 sees the introduction of the brushed, anodised...

  • Philips Fidelio SoundSphere DS9800 with AirPlay hands-on

    Philips Fidelio SoundSphere DS9800 with AirPlay hands-on

    By 22 June 2011

    We first heard about the Philips Fidelio SoundSphere DS9800 with its Apple AirPlay music streaming fun back in March but, despite the promised May release date, this home music system is now just about ready for sale. And, in case you were looking to...

  • APP OF THE DAY: Radiant review (Android & iOS)

    APP OF THE DAY: Radiant review (Android & iOS)

    By 20 June 2011

    Throwing birds at buildings, cutting ropes, slicing fruit? Pansy gaming! What is all this 21st century nonsense all about? If you find yourself getting irritated with all the tripe and want some good, old fashioned fun, then today's App of the Day is...

  • APP OF THE DAY: Paraslinger review (iOS)

    APP OF THE DAY: Paraslinger review (iOS)

    By 10 June 2011

    Whether you're a believer in young enterprise or children's charity, today's app is one to download, and at just 59p, we'd like you to do so by the end of this article. We've already featured the story behind this piece of 3rd party iOS software but if...

  • Paraslinger: the iPhone app made by schoolboys and given to charity

    Paraslinger: the iPhone app made by schoolboys and given to charity

    By 10 June 2011

    Ever since Pocket-lint’s appearance on The Apprentice, we’ve rarely been short of material for our 6pm App of the Day slot. Each day our inbox bulges with another deluge of requests from developers to have their work featured ranging from the small...

  • What is Apple iCloud?

    What is Apple iCloud?

    By 6 June 2011

    It’s a wonderful thing when Steve Jobs stands in front of a captive audience in his black polo neck and blue jean combo to announce a whole set of products that are better than anything ever made before. It truly is. The tech savy and the super geek...

  • APP OF THE DAY: Homerun Battle 3D (Android & iOS)

    APP OF THE DAY: Homerun Battle 3D (Android & iOS)

    By 3 June 2011

    There are some app games which are good for filling in a little time here, and there and there are some app games which will take over your life. This is one of the latter. Prepare to never leave the house again, because here's... Homerun Battle 3D Format...

  • What is Google Wallet?

    What is Google Wallet?

    By 27 May 2011

    With the arrival of another in the long line of services from the Big G, today’s tech-savvy man on the street is left with the burning question, what is Google Wallet? Naturally, we at Pocket-lint wouldn’t want our readers to spend their time sifting...

  • YouTube to support Nvidia 3D vision

    YouTube to support Nvidia 3D vision

    By 26 May 2011

    YouTube’s support of 3D content continues to grow, with Nvidia’s stereoscopic 3D vision tech the latest hardware to be compatible with the service. Until recently, viewers have been restricted to the red/green of anaglyph playback or, for those who...

  • Apple Store 2.0 hands-on

    Apple Store 2.0 hands-on

    By 24 May 2011

    The Apple Store's gone 2.0 taking the humble shopping experience all "gadgety", but does it work will it make a difference when it comes to buying the latest Apple product? We took a trip to London's most expensive high street, Regent Street, to see...

  • APP OF THE DAY: iZettle review (iPhone)

    APP OF THE DAY: iZettle review (iPhone)

    By 20 May 2011

    There’s been an iPhone credit card payment system available in the US for a while now, known as Square. As usual, those interested in Europe have had no choice but to look on from afar for around a year now, but it seems that help is at hand from a...

  • Ubuntu 11.04: an OS for your mum

    Ubuntu 11.04: an OS for your mum

    By 20 May 2011

    The world is a big place, and it seems of no coincidence that Canonical’s offices sit 27 floors up in the Millbank Tower with a 360-degree view of it right in the middle of London. Canonical is the parent company of the most popular distribution free,...

  • Logitech tablet love with Android and iPad accessories just for you

    Logitech tablet love with Android and iPad accessories just for you

    By 19 May 2011

    There a few companies with an eye for an Apple accessory and you'd be hard pressed to say that Logitech wasn't one of them. However, this time the Swiss brand is showing a little love for Android too. First on the list of a latest three is a keyboard...

  • APP OF THE DAY - ForeverMap (Android)

    APP OF THE DAY - ForeverMap (Android)

    By 16 May 2011

    On the spot mapping is what smartphones are all about. Since the arrival of a decent screen, GPS and mobile broadband, finding your way around on the streets is only as perilous as the likelihood of someone snatching your phone from your hand. As it goes,...

  • Chrome OS & Chromebook - explained and detailed

    Chrome OS & Chromebook - explained and detailed

    By 12 May 2011

    You may have read about the first Google Chromebooks and their arrival. You may also have wondered why all the fuss over some fairly low spec looking laptops. Chances are that’s because you’re not really sure what Chrome OS is all about and, luckily,...

  • The Apprentice apps - what the expert really thought

    The Apprentice apps - what the expert really thought

    By 11 May 2011

    While we at Pocket-lint are busy basking in the limelight of our appearance on The Apprentice, in fairness, the real star of episode 2 season 7 was a London- (and now New York) based app development and delivery company known as Grapple. Stuart, Chris...

  • 7 days living with... a tablet

    7 days living with... a tablet

    By 10 May 2011

    There has been a question buzzing round the Internet ever since the launch of the iPad which we, today, and the last 7 days, as a matter of fact, have attempted to answer. That question is this - does anyone actually need a tablet? While a few of the...

  • BBC Domesday Project Reloaded for the Internet age

    BBC Domesday Project Reloaded for the Internet age

    By 6 May 2011

    It was 925 years ago that William the Conqueror carried out a complete census of England. It was 900 years later that the BBC decided to do something similar when they asked hundreds of thousands of people around the country to supply photos, videos,...