As every good Jedi in training knows, the key to building your powers is practice, practice, practice. Obviously you can’t spend every day down the academy, but thanks to the Force Trainer you can now put in the hours at home instead.
The game involves trying to move a ball using the power of your mind – literally. The three EEG sensors strapped to your head monitor and read brain activity a…Read more
Remember Motorola? It used to make some pretty snazzy handsets back in the day. Before Apple started devouring the mobile market and everyone else upped their game.
But it looks like Moto could be back in the stadium at least with its brand spanking new DEXT handset. Not only does it stand out as being non-ugly, but it sports Google’s Android mobile OS so it’s got that instant swank factor. ...Read more
It’s not had a bad run, but it seems Sony Ericsson is changing the locks and waving goodbye to Windows Mobile after the recently announced Xperia X2 is out the door.
With the mobile OS market considerably different than when Sony Ericsson first jumped aboard the WinMo wagon, what with Apple stealing the hearts with iPhone OS and Google the minds with Android. Microsoft, it would seem, has st…Read more
If you can’t bear to part with you aging vinyl collection but are worried that it’ll succumb to the passage of time then shifting it into the digital age couldn’t be simpler with Ion’s new deck.
The Profile LP to iPod Turntable features an iPod dock to the left of the traditional spinning wheel. To capture your cherished white labels and limited edition pressings, just sit your portable pal …Read more
The iPod nano may have received extra special treatment at Apple’s big unveiling last night, but there was something new for all the iPod family.
As expected, the faithful old classic received another stay of execution and was bumped up to 160GB capacity for the same price as the previous model.
The iPod touch got touched up as well, although it still remains camera-less. On the plus side…Read more
The runaway success of cheap, flash based camcorders like the Flip Mino hasn’t escaped Apple’s notice and it’s now tackling them head on with its latest iPod nano.
The new nano can now not only play music but also shoot video too. There’s a camera on the back and it’ll happily chew up 640×480 pixel resolution video and save it to its internal memory.
Once you’re back at your PC, just link…Read more
The trickling dripfeed of GPRS data might have cut it for email five years ago, but ever increasing attachments means you now need a big fat pipe to pull it all down. Which is where BlackBerry’s new Bold 9700 mobile workhorse comes in.
Not only does it pack Wi-Fi for when you’re office bound – or in your favourite coffee spot – but it builds in 3G as well so you can suck down emails faster t…Read more
The clock is ticking on Apple’s new product shindig which will kick off at 6pm UK time, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t time to speculate wildly, er, use informed opinion to decipher what the fruity phone maker will pull out of the hat later on.
The big clue is that the event is all about music – even a D-list celeb falling out of a nightclub at 3am in the morning couldn’t miss the lack of…Read more
While we’re still waiting to actually get our mitts on the Pre, Palm’s touch screen comeback kid that was unveiled in January, shoppers Stateside have got a shiny new handset to coo over.
The Pixi looks a lot like the Pre but there’s no slide out keyboard – it’s just your traditional candybar design – but there’s still a full Qwerty tapper to punch out your prose on.
The screen is a littl…Read more
Leyio has updated its swanky wireless Personal Sharing Device (PSD) so it can now interact directly with iPods, mobile phones, digital cameras and even the iPhone.
The PSD is like a super-charged USB stick – there’s 16GB of internal storage and you can zap files wirelessly between two devices using Ultra-wideband (UWB) in double quick time. There’s also a USB port for plugging in regular USB…Read more