Posted in Electronics, Fun, Games by CreativeForces on April 27, 2009



iShoot is a gaming application available for download from the App Store for iPhone and iPod. It is a pretty simple game where you enter a nickname, choose a tank, set the difficulty, number of players and rounds. Once you’re in, you buy some weapons and start firing and taking hits. The winner is the tank with the most rounds won, and in case of a tie, the most kills. There is a free version for download called iShoot Lite where you play with 6 weapons and static tanks, yet if you decide to buy the full version, you will enjoy 25 weapons, photorealistic landscapes, drivable tanks, and more money with which to buy weapons. Version 2.0 is coming soon, and one of the major updates is challenging other players over the same wireless network.

I am pretty much addicted to the game, I take every chance I get to play a round or too. It comes in handy if you are looking to waste sometime and enjoy a simple fun game.


Sony Ericsson Idou

Posted in Electronics, Info by CreativeForces on April 19, 2009


Sony ericsson mobile phones have always been really good, from technology to performance to liability.

The new Idou, coming next october or november, has a 12.1 mp camera, which will be one of the unique selling points of the phone. It is a touch phone, a very hi resolution camera, and an amazing internet device.

For more info on the phone, visit gsmarena

iPhone the third

Posted in Electronics, Info by CreativeForces on March 18, 2009


With the upcoming release of OS 3.0, the iPhone suddenly gains its normal phone status. The previous releases were missing very basic components, such as MMS and SMS forwarding, which were features taken for granted in other phones. With 3.0, users will enjoy MMS, SMS forwarding, bluetooth, cut copy & paste (the most important feature I feel was missing on the current OS) among many others. Well in details, Apple claims there are 100 new features. Visit

The tiniest iPod shuffle is here

Posted in Electronics, Music by CreativeForces on March 12, 2009


Really really really small. Comes with interesting new features, such as VoiceOver, or VO. Since it’s still missing the screen, the new iPod can tell you the name of the song (in 14 different languages) you’re listening to via voice with a press of a button. Another interesting feature is the multiple playlist. Black and white colors available.

Mac OS X Leopard

Posted in Electronics, Info by CreativeForces on February 19, 2009


If you’re operating Leopard on a mac, you will find this list of tips extremely useful.

Siftables by David Merrill

Posted in Electronics, Inspirational by CreativeForces on February 17, 2009


Siftables are cookie-sized computers with motion sensing, neighbor detection, graphical display, and wireless communication.

Siftables are toy blocks. Interactive toy blocks. Toy blocks with a brain actually.

When the video started I just couldn’t believe my eyes. The only reason I believed what I was seeing is that with the present computer technology, motion sensitive mobile phones and other electronics breakthroughs happening during the last couple of years, I thought I had pretty much seen it all. But this is different on so many levels, the way these blocks are interacting together just blew my mind… Link Here

Sony launches new cyber-shots

Posted in Electronics by CreativeForces on February 17, 2009


The new model line will be able to “think” for you, making it easier for you to focus on what your are shooting rather than how! Link Here