Panasonic Toughbook and Apple iPad Air

A couple of months ago, several friends of mine introduced me to Panasonic Toughbook – mobile computers engineered to withstand drops, spills, dust and grime, and to perform in the harshest environments. The price swayed me a bit from buying the product but I was always interested to write something about it but could not find the right angle to do it. In fact, I almost forgot completely about the Toughbook until an interesting news that I read at Mashable today brought my memory back to it. Well, the news is about iPad Air but you can always relate to Panasonic Toughbook when you drop something from 5 feet high, right? Ok, here’s the news: Continue reading…

 

Rafael Nadal Is Numero Uno

Rafael Nadal will end 2013 as the World No. 1 tennis player after his 7-6, 7-6 defeat of Stanislas Wawrinka in the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London last night. The win over the Swiss puts the Spaniard through to the semi-final in the season-ending showdown between the World Top 8 players and ensured that he will end the season in his rightful place as the world’s No 1. Continue reading…

 

RVP-Rooney-Kagawa-Hernandez

Against Real Sociedad last night (early morning, Malaysia time), David Moyes decided to break-up the Rooney -Robin Van Persie combination to accommodate Javier Hernandez in the starting line-up. The move however is just temporary as the Manchester United’s manager is looking to protect his dynamic duo ahead of Premier League clash against Arsenal this weekend. Moyes also is determined to give the Mexican more chances after Hernandez fueled speculation about his future by re-tweeting Carlos Vela’s tweet urging him to move from Old Trafford to seek more playing time as the World Cup draws closer. Continue reading…