Posts Tagged ‘Gadgets’

Monday, October 18th, 2010
mouse2house x-ray

Image Source: Engadget

We have seen some cool designer phone concepts here but this see through phone called the ‘X-RAY’ from Japanese company ‘KDDI’ looks gorgeous. It’s one of the two new products in the company’s iida designer brand. (more…)

Thursday, October 14th, 2010
Opera Mobile Heading for Android Market Soon

Image Source: Opera

Opera might have lost some market share in the PC browser market but it is by far the most popular browser for Mobile Phones. The Opera Mini became an instant hit when Apple approved it for the iPhone. It has been available for Android too but I personally love Opera Mobile on my Nokia. Good news for the Android fans too as the Norwegian company is bringing its full-flavoured mobile browser, Opera Mobile, to Android some time very soon. (more…)

Tuesday, October 12th, 2010
Mobile Phone Earcushions for the Chatterbox 01

Image Source: Yankodesign

If you’re one of those who like to speak to their friends or family members for hours and hours, you might be left feeling that your ears get heat up and tired. Well, these Earcushions from designer Robert Potter can comfort your ears if used in combination with your iPhone or another mobile phone.

Mobile Phone Earcushions for the Chatterbox 02

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Tuesday, October 12th, 2010
A 24 Port USB Hub

Image Source: Thinkgeek

If you’re one of those people who have a heap of gadgets that feature USBs and can recharge via USB ports, you might be interested in this mammoth 24 port USB hub.

With the 24 Port USB Monster Hub from ThinkGeek, you can connect up to 24 USB devices with 480Mbps transfer speeds. (more…)

Tuesday, October 12th, 2010
Microsoft Back in the Smartphone Race 01

Image Source: Arstechnica

Microsoft has finally come out of the PIT lane to join the smartphone race with Windows Phone 7 in an attempt to gain a major chunk of the smartphone market (currently dominated by the iPhone, Android-based devices, Nokia and Research In Motion). (more…)

Monday, October 11th, 2010
Smartphone

Image Source: The Independent

We have seen some luxury gadgets and phones here but this new phone from the Swiss luxury phone manufacturer Gresso would be better classified as a fancy timepiece than a feature-packed smartphone.

The luxury phone features six independent Swiss clockwork mechanisms. The clocks are integrated into the back panel of the World Time collection phone and display the times in Tokyo, Moscow, Paris, London and New York. The extra clock-face can be adjusted to show the time in a user’s selected location. (more…)

Friday, October 1st, 2010
Next 10 Tablet

Image Source: Next

As we told you before, a flood of tablets was imminent after the “revolutionary” iPad’s success. The latest in the series of tablets is an Android-based 10.1-inch tablet from high street retailer Next. (more…)

Thursday, September 30th, 2010
icub

Image Source: Wired

We are already aware of Japan’s obsession of humanoid robots, but it seems researchers from other countries are also catching the fever. Meet the robot archer iCub. Scientists at the Italian Institute of Technology have created a cute, childlike robot that can actually learn to shoot a bow and arrow by itself, by using a kind of trial and error algorithm. (more…)

Monday, September 6th, 2010

1. iPod Touch

8GB for £189

Five Cool Gadgets

Image Source: Engadget

Apple’s new iPod Touch boasts almost the same features as in the iPhone 4 – to keep it an “iPhone without the phone” (no phone, no antenna issues ;-) !). (more…)

Friday, July 2nd, 2010

Image Source: Engadget

You always have to check the polarities of batteries and be very careful when inserting them in a digital camera or other digital devices. But if you’re like me and always forget this, you might like this innovation from Microsoft. Microsoft has announced ‘InstaLoad’ battery installation; the technology that allows you to insert a battery without having to worry about positive and negative polarity. (more…)