01/18/2011, Mophie Juice Pack Review - the iPhone 4 might not have a removable battery, but it's got options. Among them, the Mophie Juice Pack case that comes with an integrated battery.
01/05/2011, We’ve uploaded some real-world pic of the Motorola Atrix, and we’re going back to fish some more, but this looks very interesting. At first glance, the phone design is good, but we’ll get back to you in a few moment… Update: More photos have been uploaded to the gallery. First impression: the phone does seem very fast, and that’s not surprising, given that it runs on a Dual-Core Tegra 2 […]
11/04/2010, Jawbone is launching an interesting new gadget for this Holiday season:the JAMBOX is a small loudspeaker designed to be the perfect companion for Bluetooth enabled mobile devices that lets people stream and share music, movies, games, phone and conference calls. The powerful sound delivered by a so small loudspeaker is very impressive, part of the technology behind it has been developed for over 10 years by a NASA scientist.
10/21/2010, HP has just made its Slate 500 slate available. It is a product designed for business and its main objective is to bring the Slate (call it a tablet if you want) form factor to the Windows market. Businesses do run Windows software and often, employees in the field carry laptops that could be replaced by lighter slates/tablets. HP Believes that the Slate 500 will improve the productivity and working […]
10/12/2010, By Stewart Wolpin — It’s only taken 30 years for the promise of PC/TV convergence to finally be realized. Sony has combined with Google to create a true Internet TV, officially Sony Internet TV powered by Google TV. For the purposes of saving key strokes, let’s just call it SIT for the time being. The big difference between current connected HDTVs and SIT is simultaneous Web surfing and TV watching, […]
10/12/2010, Many if not all recent Mac or Macbook computers have the ability to drive a 30″ display to its maximum 2560×1600 resolution. However, the plain vanilla DisplayPort to DVI adapter won’t let you do that. Instead you have to buy Apple’s $99 adapter that uses USB to bring extra juice and a Dual-DVI port to handle the extra bandwidth. I’ve never tried Apple’s version, but if you’re looking for an […]
10/12/2010, While wireless charging came embedded into phones like the Palm Pre, most phones including the iPhone 4 still rely on an old good wired connection for charging. Maybe most people aren’t willing to pay an extra for the convenience, but let’s face it, sometime we’re all a little lazy and taking those extra 3 seconds to connect our phone might be just a little too much to deal with. That’s […]
10/06/2010, [CEATEC 2010] Toshiba has caught CEATEC by storm, creating a continuous 2-hr wait line around its booth with attendees lining-up to see one thing: the GL1 series of glasses-less 3D televisions. Three models were on display: 12″, 20″ (products) and 56″ (prototype). Toshiba has dropped the bomb on competitors like Sony, LG or Samsung by announcing that 3D without glasses was “here”, or at least around the corner, and my […]
09/30/2010, Sony is launching the XNV-770BT and XNV-660BT A/V navigation systems, featuring technology powered by TomTom. Both models sport a WVGA (800×4800) display, the XNV-770BT is a 7-inch, fully capacitive touch motorized panel display and the XNV-660BT is a 6.1-inch capacitive touch with several hard keys such as volume and key menu buttons (in the pictures). For both A/V systems, features include: rear USB-1 wire connectivity for simple hookup to iPod, […]
06/21/2010, To celebrate its “25 years of laptop innovation”, Toshiba is releasing a limited series of Libretto W100. The dual-display mini-computer will be used by Toshiba to test the waters and see how users react. This is important because Toshiba is not only going for an extraordinary computer design, they have also upgraded the Windows user interface to really fit the device. I played with it shortly and I can say […]
06/14/2010, We got our hands on the Xbox 360 and here are the real-world images of the beast. First surprise: it looks better than it did during the press event. It has a piano black finish that is exquisite – just like your HDTV (we hope for you). The new design is very cool – literally. The cooling design has been much improved with tons of ways to let air enter […]
05/28/2010, Droid Incredible Review - In this review, I'll tell you how I have used it and why I think that it is better than the Nexus One. Ready?
05/20/2010, Logitech is going to be the only “box” provider for Google TV at launch time, and that’s a huge deal for the company. If you want another Google TV experience, Sony will embed Google TV in its new TVs this Fall, but chances are, most Google TV users will try it on the Logitech Google TV Companion instead. As you can see in the photos, the box itself is fairly […]
05/11/2010, Despite having at their disposal one of the longest battery life in the laptop world (under Mac OS), Macbook Pro owners don’t have the option of changing battery as they go. We’ve tried HyperMac, an external battery that acts as an external power source. When connected, your Macbook thinks that it is connected to a power adapter. If the Macbook is turned off, you can charge it with HyperMac. There’s […]