Archive for the 'technology' Category

The Solution to Vertical Video

Friday, July 17th, 2015

The introduction of video on the iPhone 3GS introduced an issue into society: vertical video. If you’re reading this online, then you’ve likely seen a vertical video. The iPhone 3GS only recorded SD (640×480) video. Now, iPhones record HD (1080p). Thus, people are sharing around huge vertical videos via social media, SMS, etc. If you’re […]

DKTHINKS – Siri in AppleTV

Saturday, March 24th, 2012

I don’t pay close attention to technology rumour mills. Apple rumours that get a lot of hype eventually reach my radar, but I don’t enjoy following something that has the potential to be completely fabricated just to get a few views on a blog/site. I do like to make predictions. Almost any prediction anyone makes […]

Google’s Thin-Bordered iPad

Friday, November 19th, 2010

Today, I happened to stumble across a post on the Official Google Blog regarding the mobile version of Google Docs. (Read it here.) Basically, you can now edit documents stored in Google Docs from any mobile device — whether it be a Blackberry or a new-fangled iPad. Speaking of iPad, the photo below on the […]

Sirius Radio employees know my password

Thursday, September 2nd, 2010

This evening I was utterly shocked during a phone call with Sirius Satellite Radio. Let’s get you caught up to speed though. I’ve known about satellite radio for years. When I was young my family and I would travel to the USA and end up in a rental car or a friends’ car at some […]

Apple’s September 2010 iPod Announcement

Wednesday, September 1st, 2010

Today Apple announced updates to their iPod lineup along with an TV refreshment. La dee da; if you don’t already know everything about it, then you can read it on Engadget,, or listen/watch TWiT’s coverage of the keynote. I watched Apple’s live feed on my iPhone and it worked pretty well. Mitch was watching […]

Switching my iPhone from AT&T to T-Mobile

Thursday, August 19th, 2010

AT&T was great and everything, but it was just costing too much. As you can read here, I’ve used AT&T’s services for almost two years. T-Mobile is $10-$15 cheaper than I was paying on AT&T. AT&T offered me a similar (after tax) price to T-Mobile’s, but that only included 300 minutes, 200 texts, and 2GB […]

Using my Australian iPhone 3GS on AT&T

Thursday, August 19th, 2010

I assume a post like the one you’re about to read has been written before, but I just wanted to document my experience with using an Australian iPhone in the USA. The Quick and Dirty Answer Call your Australian carrier and get them to unlock your Australian iPhone from its network. You’ll then be able […]