Review of Wrike Project Management App for Android


Work, work, work, that’s all we do. Not fun, but it’s something we have to do for sure. There are things out there that make work easier and even quite possibly a bit more fun in the process. Wrike has what they call a project management app for Android that you can use with your tablet or phone to make it easier for everyone on your team to collaborate on projects that you might be working on. I didn’t know who Wrike was so I visited their site and found out that many big companies rely on their services like Paypal, MTV, Adobe and HTC, just to name a few, so they’re not just a little company.

The app lets you be more mobile and it lets you keep track of the status of projects, and even your team, no matter where you are. It isn’t just for big companies, small companies can use it as well to make life easier and to help get things done to make their business thrive. I’m in process of creating and developing an ecommerce website and, including me, there are only four of us involved in the process, and I’m finding it’s hard to get people to respond to emails. I need things to get it done on my end, but when I don’t get responses in a timely manner I can’t get the work done. There’s a time zone difference, but there also seems to be other issues, like when emails just get lost in the shuffle of everything else. I’m finding that doing this via email might not be the best way to go about it and something like the Wrike project management software might be a better way as it helps keep everything in one place and I think it would help keep people more focused and on task.

So what follows is a quick review or overview really of the Wrike Android app. I should note I haven’t actually used it for a project but I think I’m going to try it out as I do think the app has some great potential…


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Arctic Intros Accelero S3 Video Card Cooler

It’s been a long time since I’ve swapped a cooler on my video card, my 7870 is fine at keeping the noise low but I know there are loud cards out there, I’ve had them. Arctic has just announced their latest product to keep those video cards quiet, the Accelero S3 which can be truly silent as it  can be used 100% passive without a fan. You can add fans though if you want or need the extra cooling performance or you might want to overclock your card. The Accellero S3 will work with most cards out there and has a price tag of about $40 on Amazon. Details below for you..

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News and Reviews for Friday October 31st 2014


Hey it’s Halloween here, and of course it’s going to be cold tonight for the kids to go out, not that it matters much, trick or treating is going away slowly as I see less and less houses handing out candy each year. I think last year is was about one in every twenty houses giving out candy, which is amazing, you can go whole blocks now without someone giving anything out. I remember when I was a kid it was almost every house giving out candy, times have changed I guess.

Yes I haven’t updated here in a long time, I’ve been really busy, my other site at TestFreaks blog has closed and I needed to create a new site to host all of the six years of content. It’s done for the most part, just a few minor tweak here and there but you can visit at to see the new site.

Anyway, it’s time for the news from around the world…


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E Fun Launching $179 Windows Tablet


Ever since the first Windows tablet came out I’ve wanted one, but sadly just couldn’t see spending that much on one as I have bills and kids but E Fun has just announced a new one for $179 coming to Walmart in mid-November and it has decent specs. I may have to save my pennies…

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Biostar Intros iDEQ-T1 series mini PC


I like mini computers, I think they’re great for most people really. I think the majority of people out there use their computers for browsing the internet, checking social stuff and emails and banking and shopping and that’s about it.  You don’t need a fast super quad core super computer for that, a little mini PC is just right really. Biostar has just announced the iDEQ-T1 series mini PCs and they’ve got a lot of great features.

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