Sit back and enjoy another “storytime’ edition of the Knightwise.com podcast where we question our sanity in using Email and wonder wether the IT guy will go extinct. On a bed of some soothing music its time so close your eyes and listen.
This week we give you the lowdown on installing own cloud. Your own personal cloud storage server to access your files via Webdav or a dedicated client on any system. We have a good friend of the show Mr Gadgets who sends in an audio contribution and we give YOU a little bit of a challenge on finding the ultimate dropbox replacement. All of that and more in this weeks episode ” Building your own own cloud”.
We dive into the world of RSS readers and teach you cool cross-platform tips on managing your information feeds to share and consume your favorite content. We take a close look at Google Reader and the Instapaper service with its several API’s and teach you some cool tricks to turn those saved articles into podcasts. Spice it up with some cross platform goodness and you are ready for another Knightcast.
We take a good look at Samsungs proclaimed Iphone Killer in this episode of KWTV filmed in the murky moors of Rijkhoven. We go through the first impressions of Samsungs new flagship phone, take a look at the specs, the android software with touchwiz and see how it holds its own compared to the iphone 4, last years Desire HD and of course compare it to the Galaxy S1
This week we show you how to upgrade your mac from a “run of the mill’ system to a superpowerfull Macbook Pro with the addition of extra RAM an a Solid State drive. For under 300 Dollars you can mutate your mac into the next big thing.
With the holiday season coming our way its time to review Sony’s Tablet S, also known as “the wedge shaped take on Tablet’s” by good old Sony. We got the chance to play around with the tablet for a week and give it all of our undivided attention. What looks like a “plasticy” piece of kit, turned out to be a well built, fine shaped high quality tablet at a very nice pricepoint. Click on the link below to read through our full color PDF review of “The tablet Captain Picard would use” … the Sony Tablet S.
This week we deep dive into the art of streaming all of your media across your home network using multiple operating systems. We take a look at DLNA servers and clients, Amahi Linux configurations and Virtual Lion servers to stream and sync all of our content to all of our devices , no matter what OS they are on.
We review Acers newest Windows Phone, the Acer Allegro and discover if it hits the sweet spot between price and functionality. As we wander around the town of Keulen we take a deep dive into the Allegro’s technical specs, functionalities and the user experience of Windows’ latest mobile OS : Mango.
For many years it has been a tradition, that if you wanted to play with Mac OS, you needed to get a mac. If you wanted to play with Windows, you needed a PC. A couple of years ago, that changed dramatically when Apple computers switched to the Intel architecture. From then on it was possible to run Windows on a Mac. More and more the architecture and design of the OSX operating system changed towards this great architecture to the point that its latest version ONLY works on Intel Macs. Time to take a good look at Apple
This year we head back to the F.A.C.T.S. convention in Gent, to cover Belgiums biggest Cosplay, scifi and manga expo. We talk to the cosplayers, have insightful interviews with Astromech droid builders, ask parents why they train their child to be a jedy master and ask princes Leia where she got her outfit. As our producer gets arrested by imperial forces we get probed by an alien. All of that and more .. just to give you this years coverage of F.A.C.T.S. 2011