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Interview with Riki Baker, from mendmyi.

Interview with Riki Baker, from mendmyi.

mendmyi’s Managing Director, Riki Baker, talks to TeckComesFirst about the inspiration behind starting the company, how ColourLab smartphones are coloured, outsourcing reapirs to individuals and more.       1)    Can you introduce yourself and say what you exactly do at mendmyi every day? I am the Managing Director here at mendmyi. Day to day I oversee the repair queue which includes all repairs and Colour...

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Project Cars Dev Shafts the Wii U: Delayed until 2015

Project Cars Dev Shafts the Wii U: Delayed until 2015

It seems some things are too good to be true. Slightly Mad Studios , the developers of the crowd funded Project Cars , has always touted the power of the Wii U. Slightly Mad Studios was one of the only 3rd parties that defended Nintendo. As a result , the Wii U version of Project Cars became the most anticipated version. This version was going to have special features and be optimized for it. The Wii U version has been in development for a...

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Sunrider First Arrival:A Tactical Visual Novel

Sunrider First Arrival:A Tactical Visual Novel

  Most of you probably don’t know what a visual novel is. A visual novel is a book except a video game. There is little to no interaction from the player except for choosing between different things to say or do at a specific time. The majority of visual novels are Japanese and are typically in the romance genre. Sunrider is far from the typical visual novel. It contains a pretty in depth tactical system for combat and focuses on...

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45 Minutes with Google Glass

45 Minutes with Google Glass

Google’s head mounted display technology called Google Glass was made available to purchase in the UK earlier this week. To celebrate this, they had the device available for demo at I/O Extended London as well as a public demo near Kings Cross, both of which I attended.       It’s like Magic The first time you put on Google Glass, you get a weird “trippy” kind of feeling. To actually see a virtual...

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Inateck USB 3.0 Hard Drive Docking Station Review

Inateck USB 3.0 Hard Drive Docking Station Review

Before starting this review, a huge shout out goes to Inateck for providing the USB 3.0 hard drive docking station for review.         Functionality The Inateck hard drive enclosure allows you to connect a 2.5 / 3.5 inch SATA hard drive to your computer much more easily. The docking station has been designed so that you can easily dock your hard drive into the product and then access the files off disk. The docking...

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TodayLock Cydia tweak review

TodayLock Cydia tweak review

Nowadays there are lots and lots of iOS jailbreak tweaks to customize your lock-screen, yet most of them are not very easy to use or are not so well designed. The tweak I will be reviewing today is called TodayLock, a newly released jailbreak tweak that, yes, allows to customize your lock-screen, but it’s not like the other ones out there! Simplicity  What I personally want from my lock-screen is it to be clear, yes I want some...

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‘This is PC Only , Who Cares’

‘This is PC Only , Who Cares’

  Ubisoft has been in a rough patch of grass lately. It has managed to anger both the Wii U fanbase as well as proclaimed that putting females in its games would take longer than males. Ubisoft , it seems , is becoming the next EA.  Couple this along with Watch Dogs under delivering on gamers expectations from the fantastic 2 year old E3 Trailer and Ubisoft is in one of the worst states I have ever seen it in. Well , it got worse. Way...

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Nintendo is doomed: Thoughts on Nintendo’s E3

Nintendo is doomed: Thoughts on Nintendo’s E3

  Arriving on the heels of the latest Mario Kart rehash that preformed incredibly poorly , Nintendo failed to connect in even the slightest way with its audience. We instead got Mario 5.0 HD and Satoru Iwata said “Please understand” and announced a new system coming in 2015 to replace the Wii U. Nintendo also announced that they would be cutting half of all of their new games and putting it as DLC in order to keep up with the...

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[TechView] – Samsung announces Galaxy Tab S 8.4 and 10.5

[TechView] – Samsung announces Galaxy Tab S 8.4 and 10.5

                  Samsung took centre stage at Madison Square garden yesterday to unveil their latest tablet, the GALAXY Tab S which comes in 8.4 and 10.5 inch size variants. These are Samsung’s lightest and thinnest tablets to date coming in at 294 grams for the 8.4 inch, 465 grams for the 10.5 inch and both are only… Click here to read my full piece on the TechView site Stay tuned...

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