Archive for March, 2012

Lenovo ThinkVision

LT1421 rear

Two is better than one. Things just seem to work better in pairs, right? Lenovo thinks so, and thus have created the Lenovo ThinkVision. We’ve been an avid supporter of the multi-monitor desktop environment for years. It justs helps you be more productive, especially on the go. But who wants to haul another bulky monitor […]

The REAL Coffee On The Go


The Handpresso Auto is the latest in Handpresso’s tiny portable espresso maker range, but it represents something of a departure from the rest of the line in that this one is doesn’t have a hand pump – it’s powered via your car’s cigarette lighter! So the next time you don’t have time to make yourself […]

iPad Mini – Maybe


There is talk in rumorville that Apple is again eyeing 5-inch panels for a new iPad to fit between the current iPad and the iPhone in size. CNET quoted a Chinese source who claims that Apple is working with LCD suppliers to get a five-inch screen. Supposedly, Apple wants a panel with a resolution high […]

Galileo Remote Control For Your iDevice

Galileo Remotecontrol

Galileo is a OS-controlled robotic iPhone platform that allows you to control the viewing position of an iPhone 4/4S or iPod Touch (4th generation) remotely from your iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch or Web browser. Created by designers Josh Guyot and JoeBen Bevirt. Just swipe your finger on the screen of your iPad or other iOS device and […]

Dog Wine Holder

Dog Wine Holder

Sculpter Guenter Scholz first demonstrated his aptitude for this craft as a mechanical engineering student. He combined his technical background with a love of art to create unique handcrafted sculptures. Taking inspiration from the world around him, his designs capture the unique (and often humorous) essence of his subjects and add warmth and individuality to their […]

Kindle Fire For $139


If you are looking for a low cost way to dip your toe in the tablet market, head to Amazon right now! For today only, the refurbished Kindle Fire is on sale for $139 (normally $169 for refurbs and $199 for new ones)! Concerned about buying a refurbished device? Amazon is backing each of these with a one year […]

Spotify extends Free Trial


Dont’ have a paid spotify account? Well we have good news: The music streaming service officially announced today that it will be extending the honeymoon period for unlimited free listening in the U.S. Meaning you can continue to listen to as many tracks as you want – though it wasn’t mentioned for how long this […]



Nokia might be lagging far behind in terms of smartphone market share at the moment, but that does not mean their precarious position is going to remain that way forever. Nokia might have an ace up their proverbial sleeve after submitting a patent application for the Nokia Morph. Nokia Morph is may be the 1st transparent, […]

Next Macbook Pros Air-like?


The new iPad just came out, but the name didn’t really change.  Will the same be said of the next gen Macbook Pros? They  might simply just be called that – the new MacBook Pro, especially when industry pundits agree Apple would do well to stick with the standard Macbook Pro moniker. Word on the […]

Open For Adoption – Animal Speakers


We love gadgets of all shapes and sizes. If you prefer your tech to be fun, silly and sometimes furry as apposed to anything too serious you’ll be happy to see we’ve thrown caution to the wind this afternoon, ditched the high-end, regular speakers and have collected together a list of our favourite animal speakers, including […]

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