Audi presented the new R8, featuring the fully digital Nvidia Tegra 3-Powered Virtual Cockpit instrument cluster introduced in the new Audi TT. Now with shift light, special gauges for the all-electric R8 e-tron and other sporty new features.
You can find the press release here.
Ok, It happened again. I registered at some website and they’ve sent me the password in plain text. Yes, this post was really written in 2015. Continue reading Plain text passwords…
The new Audi Q7 features an advanced Infotainment system powered by two nvidia Tegra 3 Processors. One of them running the Head unit, the other the new “Virtual Cockpit” instrument cluster, together providing sophisticated, yet distraction-optimized and smooth, driver focused infotainment experience. Continue reading The new Audi Q7
Often, reviewers writing for tech sites only get access to a product for a couple of days . In this short time, it’s impossible to find out about all the little quirks tech products like this keyboard have. I’ve been using the Easy-Switch for almost a year now and here’s a review that covers all the pros and cons about the Logitech EasySwitch in (almost) everyday usage and reveals very hacky implementation of just about any OS-Specific functionality that, at a first glance, works, but at the second glance, is simply awkward.
Continue reading Logitech K811 “Easy-Switch” Review
This is the university of Havana. Yes, I cheated with the cloud color to make it more dramatic. I love this picture, the lighting was perfect that day.
The new Audi TT, introduced at the 2014 Geneva Auto show features an all-digital instrument cluster. Continue reading The new Audi TT Virtual Cockpit
Here’s a short review of the logitech UE900 bluetooth headphones.
Given my history with every set of bluetooth headphones i could get, I thought, i’d finally found some geat headphones, but as you’ll see, unfortunately, they’re just another disappointment. Continue reading Logitech UE9000 review
Let me, even as a justification to my inner geek, explain to you why I print things from the internet for myself. Especially things I have to learn (right now, I’m studying for an exam).
Continue reading Why I print stuff
Today, I released my latest game: LineFight!
In this Mac game, up to 8 players (on the same Mac!) battle each other by drawing lines! Try to encircle your opponents and avoid crashing into their walls since the feature of a built-in break fell victim to the idea of simplifying controls to maximize accessibility and fun!
You can even customize the game play in many ways, tweaking almost any variable that contributes to the addictive game play. Oh, and the game looks awesome! 😀
Get it now from the AppStore!