Western Digital EX2 Network Attached Storage – A Review

My plan was to pick up the 4 bay option of Western Digital's (WD) Network Attached Storage (NAS), the EX4. With this option, i would have a storage device that can accomodate 4 hard disk drives. However, budget considerations made me settle for the 2 bay option, the EX2. What Are Network Attached Storages (NAS)?…

Back To Life!

I picked up a number of WiFi routers on Amazon last December for a very good discount, hoping to make a good profit selling them in Nigeria. The Linksys E1200 brand of WiFi routers was retailing for $19.99 (about N3,200) apiece, and my plan was to sell them for N10,000 each. It was not until…

Apple Blocks iPad 2 Jailbreak

Ten hours after Apple released the update to the firmware of its IOS devices, "hacktivists" from The iPhone Dev Team, with its redsnow software, have been able to jailbreak it. The 4.3.4 minor update has effectively plugged the exploit used by jailbreak me.com to jailbreak Apple devices like iPhone,iPod touch, iPad and, especially, iPad 2.…

Who is George Hotz?

Hacking sensation George Hotz, who shot into fame by cracking iPhone, unleashed his wizardry by breaking open the Sony PlayStation 3, and then cut through Sony’s defenses yet again, forcing Sony to move to court to obtain restraining orders preventing him from releasing the latest jailbreak on PS3. The case has since been settled out…

You Can’t Upgrade the Hard Drive in the New iMacs [Apple]

The new iMacs have the super fast Thunderbolt port and Intel's latest Sandy Bridge Core processors which makes them, well, pretty awesome. What's not awesome? Apple has made upgrading the hard drive on the new iMacs damn near impossible. Other World Computing is reporting that "the Apple-branded main hard drive cannot be moved, removed or…

Review: Nook Color with Android 2.2, Nook Appstore, New Firmware (Video)

I’ve been testing out the new firmware for the Nook Color and thought I’d put together a video review showing the new features and Nook Appstore in action, along with some thoughts on the new firmware as a whole. There are some good things ...