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High-Tech Trash Talk

08/28/2006, As much as we love gadgets, a lot of us don’t know nearly enough about how to dispose of them properly (in an environment-friendly manner). When we heard about Elizabeth Grossman’s “High Tech Trash” book, we did seek a meeting with...

Uber SunRocket VOIP Review

08/21/2006, One day, one of my co-workers, Bryan, came up to me and asked me what I think about VoIP. I told him that I had Lingo for about 10 months, from 2004 to 2005, but it didn’t work out for me. We talked about various issues with the VoIP service,...

Motorola Q Review by Ubergizmo

07/25/2006, With its design, the Motorla Q has earned it the “BlackBerry Killer” nickname. It has the three “S” of the perfect gadget: Slim, Sexy, and Smart. Text can be entered at full speed, thanks to the QWERTY keyboard, and displayed on a...

Mio C310 GPS Review by Ubergizmo

07/05/2006, Stand alone GPS units are much easier to use than a PDA/GPS combo, that’s a fact. The Mio C310 is a perfect example of a well designed in-car GPS that can also be transported in your (big) pocket or backpack. Even the novice user (my grand mother)...

A few months with the Nokia N70

06/01/2006, The N70 is one of many phones of the elite Nseries, a line of Nokia phones based on the S60 platform. The Nokia N70 has pretty much anything that a modern phone should possess: very good imaging capabilities (for a phone), 3G connectivity, smart phone...

Sprint Samsung A920 Review by Ubergizmo

05/30/2006, Sprint is trying hard to push new services using the third generation (3G) wireless networks like data access, music or video. Many are saying that 2006 will be the year of cellular TV just as 2005 was the year of MP3 phones. Feature-wise, it...

Pharos Traveler GPS 525 Review

04/24/2006, External GPS receivers have become common and cheap, but an increasing number of GPS navigation systems are based on a PDA and an integrated GPS receiver. There are obvious advantages, like reducing the size of the overall package, being able to use it...

Dell 3007WFP 30-inch LCD Monitor Review

02/14/2006, The Dell 3007WFP 30” wide screen LCD display is one of the most, if not the most awesome, computer monitor on the market. Its native resolution is 2560×1600 which is about 4 Million pixels (4 Megapixel). In monitor real estate, that’s the...

DualPhone: Cordless Skype and standard phone

02/08/2006, In the last 12 months the pace at which Skype compatible phones have been coming out has steadily increased. We’ve tested the Du@lphone, a cordless handset that is designed to work with both Skype and standard telephone lines. The handset looks like...

IPEVO Skype USB Phone Review

02/02/2006, We’ve received the stylish IPEVO Skype USB Phone that we’ve mentioned previously on Ubergizmo. The unit is juts as we thought it would be: very light (65g) and well designed. T is very easy to configure. Basically, just install the software,...

Rhino-Skin iPod video 60GB HardCase Review

02/02/2006, If you want to protect your iPod video without hiding it, this case Rhino-Skin might be what you’re looking for. This case made of aluminum (back) and clear plastic (front), a combination that keeps the overall look of the iPod, but makes it a bit...

Kenpo Jacket with iPod controls – Review

01/24/2006, It is known that snowboarders have been targeted by the consumer electronics industry. We’ve seen helmets with integrated speakers but Kenpo has something much more practical: a Jacket with iPod controls that will let one send commands to the MP3 player...

MSN TV 2 Review

01/24/2006, I’ve heard about MSN TV years ago and back then I did not really pay attention because I already had a PC. However, we’ve recently had the opportunity to test MSN TV 2, so we went for it. In a nutshell, MSN TV 2 is a paid online service that is...

Hands-on: Ceramic White PSP photo gallery

10/24/2005, Our Ceramic White PSP has arrived. By now, you’ve pretty much read all the Sony PSP reviews, so we won’t make another one, but we have included a photo gallery in the extended post. I think that the white version is much nicer and less prone...