Aug 25

Chilla Frilla – iPhone 4 Unboxing and Review

My Complete High Definition Unboxing and Review video of the new Apple iPhone 4! The iPhone 4 features a new 960 x 640 display, custom A4 processor, front facing camera, video conferencing, 5 Mega Pixel Camera, 720p HD Video Recording and more. Will these new features be worth the price? Watch to find out, and be sure to Subscribe! Follow me on Twitter for live updates and news at: iPhone 4 Unboxing and Review iPhone 4 Unboxing and Review iPhone 4 Unboxing and Review iPhone 4 Unboxing and Review iPhone 4 Unboxing and Review
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Aug 25

Reveal Case for iPhone 4 from Griffin Technology (Review)

The Reveal for the iPhone 4 is from Griffin Technology. It is a light-weight case consisting essentially of a rubber frame and polycarbonate back shell. The case provides protection of the power and volume buttons, in addition to the back of the case. The case is similar to Apple’s Bumper case, but somewhat improved with an all rubber design and back protection. One flaw in the case is the LED flash cutout, however, I offer a DIY fix. Available in back or white for .99. Looking for more iPhone 4 videos? Check out my iPhone 4 playlist:

Aug 25

16GB Apple iPhone : Review & Features

16GB Apple iPhone : Review & Features

Apple iPhone is not just a cell phone. Why? Because it is a phone, music player, video player, internet device, a camera and all this on 16GB memory.

The iPhone is slim and sleek at just 11.6mm thick, 2.4-inches wide, and 4.5-inches tall with a 2 megapixel camera. It allows you to make a call by simply tapping a name or number in your address book, a favorites list, or a call log. All your contacts from a Windows PC, Mac, or Internet service are automatically synced.

An iPod : With a 3.5 inch display widescreen iPod with touch controls where you can enjoy your music, audiobooks, videos, TV shows, and movies. Plus sync the content from the iTunes library on your PC or Mac all with the touch of a finger.

For Internet: It features rich HTML email and Safari browser, the most advanced web browser ever on a portable device. It has built in Yahoo and Goggle for convenient searching. You can multitask by making a phone call while emailing a photo or surfing the web over a Wi-Fi connection.

A YouTube player is available on the home screen, so that you can access and browse YouTube videos wherever you go. And when you find a video you want to send to your friends, you can even create an email with the link in it for you.

The Maps application on the iPhone approximates your location using cell tower information and enabled local Wi-Fi networks. Drop a pin on a map, then move it to a specific location to find nearby points of interest. Even check real-time traffic information.

The Multi-Touch touch screen display lets you control everything using only your fingers. You can type using the predictive keyboard. A full QWERTY keyboard allows you to send and receive SMS messages, email, etc.

The iPhone uses OS X, the worlds most advanced operating system. This software completely redefines what you can do with a mobile phone. It uses quad-band GSM, the global standard for wireless communication. iPhone supports AT&Ts EDGE network, 802.11b/g Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 2.0 with EDR, which links to the compact Bluetooth headset. The iPhone automatically switches between EDGE and Wi-Fi to provide the fastest data connection possible.

Apple iPhone has a Built-in rechargeable lithium ion battery with Talk time: Up to 8 hours, Standby time up to 250 hours, Internet use: Up to 6 hours, Video playback: Up to 7 hours and Audio playback: Up to 24 hours.

These are some of the reasons why Apple iPhone has an upper hand over other cell phones.

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Aug 25

Bejeweled 2 for iPhone Review

Bejeweled 2 for iPhone Review


Bejeweled 2 is a classic puzzler, and the sequel to the original Bejeweled, which has also seen release on the iPhone, from developer Popcap games. The popularity of Bejeweled 2 has made it a cornerstone of many gaming sites, including many skill-based gaming/gambling sites such as, where it’s one of the most fiercely contested games.

Bejeweled 2 will set you back , making it one of the more pricey games available for the iPhone, especially as the game can be played (at least partially) for free at many different online sites. Is it worth the cost to have the ability to play it on the go? What if anything is new to this version of Bejeweled 2? Read on for the answers.

All popular puzzle games are those which are very easy to understand but very difficult to master. This was the norm as far as puzzle games were concerned in the past and is definitely the norm as far as Bejeweled 2 is concerned. There are two modes to play this game. However, there is not a lot of difference between the two modes.

At the start of a stage you’re presented with a collection of various colored gems filling the screen. Your goal is to connect these jewels together to create a chain of 3 or more of the same jewel. You do this by simple dragging any gem you wish to move over to an adjacent vertical or horizontal space. If your move doesn’t result in a match of three or more identical shapes being made, it will be reset. This prevents you from simply dragging a shape anywhere you want to.

Sounds simple enough, and it is, but the real trick to the game is in setting up combos and larger chains. Much like chess, you must think ahead and instantly be able to recognize how doing one thing will affect everything else that is going on. Simply plowing through the game by matching everything in sight may get you a decent score if you’re fast enough, and you may very well stumble upon combos and larger chains at times, but the game can only truly be mastered by those who can actively ‘create’ their own combos.

The trick to winning a large number of points in the shortest possible time is to create long chains to obtain greater bonuses. Creating a chain consisting of four jewels will result in a glowing gem on the board. Once this glowing gem too is matched in a chain, a bunch of gems surrounding the glowing gem will be destroyed and your points tally will see a big increase. A five gem chain is the biggest chain that you can create. This move results in a super gem being created which, if matched in a three jewel chain, will destroy all the gems on the board. Large chains apart, a combo will also help you increase your points. A combo is created when the creation of a single chain leads to realignment of the position of other gems into chains without any additional moves.

In a puzzle game, fancy graphics and effects often distract the players from the actual game. This game strikes the right balance and ensures that the good looking graphics and background images do not distract the players. The creation of a combo or a chain results in a colorful display on the screen. However, apart from this, there is said nothing in the graphics or effects that distract you from the game. This is a good thing because this leaves you free to focus on the gameplay.

The audio production is much like the graphics, very solid, but ultimately limited in scope. The various sound effects are particularly pleasing to the ears, while the music is very laid back and conducive to thoughtful gaming for the most part.

The lack of any type of score keeping in the form of a high scores list is certainly disappointing, as this is a staple of games of this type, and has been since the dawn of gaming. Bejeweled 2 also lacks any additional modes or variations of any kind to separate it from the many different versions already out there, also somewhat of a disappointment.

Overall, Bejeweled 2 is a good puzzle game. However, this game often seems very random instead of being challenging or strategic as good puzzle games ought to be.  It may take months for an individual to master this game which is a good thing. The price is on the high side and those playing this game for the first time may find it too expensive. However, for those have played this game, it certainly is a good choice to keep yourself occupied

Game Score: 6 out of 10



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Aug 25

Apple Iphone Review – Should You Buy The Apple Iphone Now, Or Wait?

Apple Iphone Review – Should You Buy The Apple Iphone Now, Or Wait?

There has been a ton of buzz lately about Apple’s iPhone and for good reason. The iPhone is an innovative take on the cellular phone handset and it incorporates a lot of really great features. Having said that, should you rush out to buy the 1st generation Apple iPhone or wait for future releases of the handset? In this article, I’m going to give you some food for thought that you should consider before making a decision one way or the other.

As with virtually any new technology-related product release, there will be iPhone bugs to deal with. The first generation Apple iPhone is already catching criticism for things such as earpiece volume, battery life, and battery replacement. If I know anything about Apple, I know that they listen to user feedback and you can bet the ranch that the biggest complaints voiced over their 1st generation version will be addressed in future iPhone models.

Another reason to wait is pricing. As you’ve already seen, Apple drastically lowered their iPhone pricing just months after the initial launch. To be honest, I expected to see a price drop, but not that soon and certainly not by that much. Anytime you purchase the newest technology riding on a wave of hype and excitement, you’re going to pay top dollar for it.

So the verdict? If you can control the urge to buy the latest and greatest toy from Apple for just a little while longer, you’ll most likely end up with a product that you’ll be more satisfied with, and at a price that won’t pull on the pursestrings quite as hard. Don’t get me wrong, I love the iPhone and think it’s a fantastic product worth buying, however, it would serve you best in my opinion to wait for the next release. No matter what you decide, enjoy it… it’s a great gadget!

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