This is a follow on to my previous post about Mada and why you should never try them, which explains how I had problem with their service from May, router got hacked and service was slow as hell in August, and when no one solved my problem, I asked to cancel my subscription and get […]
Mada is that new company that emerged and rose to fame during last year’s bandwidth cap, promising to be the only cap-free company. I never bought these promises, and knew they were just using the situation to their advantage. Nevertheless my parents weren’t so happy with VIVA, and their land lines are old and can’t […]
Open Signal Maps is a free service that relies on data sent from Android mobile apps installed on users welling to contribute a little data back, to help map all the world cell towers and signal strength, so that you no are no longer under vague promises or in need of answers by the telecom […]
[Unlimit-Tech] [Original Engadget article] Not only did he steal the article from one of the most famous tech news sites on the web, he took their photo, and didn’t even bother to do decent translation. Heck, Google translate knows better. Ministry of Knowledge? Do we have a Ministry of Magic as well? UPDATE: I posted […]
Kuwait Cinema Company, Cinescape (a.k.a KNCC), seems to be filing a patent for a new technology, that will revolutionize the world of censorship as we know it. Cinescape says the new technology cuts down the editing time of the movie, and allows for dynamic re-censoring on the fly without having to go back to the […]
Good news. The following just got sent out by Aramex: Hello Shop&Shippers! We understand it’s been a rough week for all of you, but finally, Kuwait Customs’ policy has cleared up, and we’re happy to say that online shopping is about to become more fun than ever! So here’s the bottom line: regardless of the […]
Shop&Ship Twitter Update: And this is the linked-to tweet from their product manager: WARNING: Visit his twitter page at your own risk. Extremely eye breaking colors. Best Wishes!