Zara hails from the cold city that is London Town, but finds the horrible weather a great excuse to stay in and play on her XBOX. She has been involved in the technology world for many years now, and finds that her day can be easily brightened by a (tastefully) diamante encrusted USB stick or a new Android device. Sheâ€™s an expert on all types of gadgetry, with a particular penchant for eReaders, compact cameras and PMPâ€™s. She believes the future of technology will be application based, and that social media is going to change the way that businesses behave. You can find her musing about non gadget related goodness on her blog AlmostZara.com or updating you on her dinner plans via her Twitter feed.
With Christmas looming and postal services variable, we at Chip Chick have decided to look at four major geek gift providers to see what kind of service they ...On December 18, 2012 / By Zara Stone
Kickstarter was meant to herald the age of a new generation of innovators. Forget about lengthy business plans and battling the banks for high interest loans, Kickstarter could ...On November 15, 2012 / By Zara Stone
There are certain things one comes to expect from technology; that Apple will always create ultra desirable expensive products, that there is always a new addictive Angry Birds ...On August 1, 2012 / By Zara Stone
South Korea has a bad rap nowadays, and it’s mostly down to the countries aggressive attitude to the rest of the world, and love of nuclear power. Yes, ...On June 21, 2012 / By Zara Stone
Computer science used to be looked down on by the cool kids as something nerdy- but with Facebook floating on the stock exchange and Instagram being bought for ...On May 31, 2012 / By Zara Stone
Facebook has risen in popularity over the last few years and many people wouldn’t be able to function without it, as checking their news feed has become a ...On April 20, 2012 / By Zara Stone
It’s hard to know where to start assigning blame for the popularization of women in gun culture. Do we say it’s when Tomb Raider was first launched in ...On March 5, 2012 / By Zara Stone
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