Could the FitFlop be the world’s first smart shoe, without actually containing any technology? Fitflop use their own system of changing the amount of material at the front, middle and back of the shoe to help your body out. They claim that wearing their shoe increases your leg and bottom muscle activity by up to… Continue reading FitFlop Shoes Tone Your Muscles As You Walk
Author: William Appleyard
Automatic Guitar Tuner Tunes Guitar Perfectly Every Time
If you don’t mind having the ‘fun’ taken out of tuning up your guitar, then this little gizmo should save you a lot of time – a robotic guitar tuner. This isn’t just a simple device that tells you whether your current tuning is too flat or too sharp, it actually listens and then tunes… Continue reading Automatic Guitar Tuner Tunes Guitar Perfectly Every Time
HP Veer – Tiny 4G Smartphone
Is this the world’s smallest fully-equipped 4G smartphone? Possibly. The HP Veer 4G is a sliding form-factor phone providing you the benefits of a touch screen, while also giving you a fully-functional QWERTY keyboard when required. The HP Veer also runs WebOS, the same as the Palm Pre. Pricing starts at $99.99 – read on… Continue reading HP Veer – Tiny 4G Smartphone
Update – DriveSafe’s App Speaks Your SMS
A while ago we covered DriveSafe.ly’s app for reading out your texts while you’re driving. Their apps initially covered BlackBerry and Android, but they’ve now extended their service to the iPhone and added some new exciting features…
D-Link’s MediaBridge Turns Ethernet Devices Wireless
D-Link’s new wireless N dual band MediaBridge (product code DAP-1513) allows you to extend your wireless network by adding in up to 4 extra devices to its 4 Ethernet ports and taking them wireless. This means you can expand your current network without running large lengths of cable around your house for those Ethernet-only devices.
WineM Networks Your Wine Collection, Makes It Searchable
If you have a good-sized collection of wine, WineM is a must-have gadget to take your cellar into the next generation. WineM allows you to place an RFID tag on each bottle of wine, creating a searchable database with multiple query options. You can search through your wine collection on a screen and find wines… Continue reading WineM Networks Your Wine Collection, Makes It Searchable
See If You Were Hacked by LulzSec
Lulz Security (aka LulzSec) have been responsible for some notorious hacks in the past 6 weeks that have made headlines, including the attack on the Sony PSN (Playstation Network). Thousands upon thousands of Facebook, GMail and PayPal accounts have been hacked and worse made public. Gizmodo has set up a tool to allow you to… Continue reading See If You Were Hacked by LulzSec
The History of Tablet Computing – From 1987!
We’ve been talking about tablets in great detail since about 2008, and 2010 saw the release of the first iPad – the release that sparked off the tablet generation. Apart from that, it’s easy to forget exactly how long tablets have been around. We saw the Samsung Q1 in 2006 even, but was there anything… Continue reading The History of Tablet Computing – From 1987!
Pac-Man Gets Turned into an Oven Mitt
Building on our recent obsession with geeky kitchen products, we bring you a step closer in your quest to eventually have the ultimate geek’s kitchen – presenting the PacMan oven glove.
Razer Talon – World’s First Gaming Bio-Exoskeleton
Pro-gamers seem to get faster and faster on the games they’re playing with every day that goes by, leaving us mere mortals with no chance of being able to beat them. A standard gamer can hit around 100 actions per minute (APM), and a pro-gamer 300 APM. The Razer Talon exoskeleton for your hand allows… Continue reading Razer Talon – World’s First Gaming Bio-Exoskeleton