Well the iPhone honeymoon at AT&T may be over, what with Android handsets coming to the network. The first one is here, the Motorola Backflip and like its name, it has a hinged design that lets the keyboard float below the screen or even to rotate all the way around. Here are the big points:… Continue reading Motorola Backflip, Android phone comes to AT&T
UK company, TenBu, has a solution for alerting you if your prized possessions go ‘wandering’ off – the nio Bluetooth security system. nio is a small fob (or tag) that you tie via Bluetooth to your phone. So if your phone and nio end up being apart at some predetermined distance, a loud audible alarm… Continue reading nio Bluetooth security system prevents your phone from ‘walking away’
Drop your cell phone in a pool, got water splashed on it, or worse yet, did it fall in the toilet?! Well here is some inexpensive help without having to buy a new phone – the Bheestie electronic dry out bag. Bheestie, which means ‘servant who draws and carries water’ is simple bag that contains… Continue reading Bheestie bag dries out your wet electronics
Google decided to have some fun with the Nexus One release, and create this fun video of some ninjas ‘unwrapping’ a Nexus One box. Only a minute and a half long and pretty entertaining. Head over to YouTube if you’d like to see the video in HD.
In what is probably a growing field (example: take a look at nio), ZOMM, just announced their forthcoming Bluetooth leash with alarm for your mobile/cell phone. This personal security device that you keep in your pocket or attach to your keychain that will sound an alarm if you walk away from your phone. ZOMM also… Continue reading CES 2010: ZOMM Announces Bluetooth Leash/Alarm for Your Cell Phone
If you follow any sort of news, you’ll know that Google announced their Nexus One phone running their Android-supported mobile OS. What’s really unique and new here is that Google is selling the handset directly, and not the carrier. Here’s what you need to know about the phone:
Michael Arrington of TechCrunch is reporting that a Google Phone is imminent, possibly in early 2010. However, it may be a data-only VoIP ‘phone’ but what would be cool is if Google issues Google Voice phone numbers to those phones. About the only bad piece of news here is that it may end up initially… Continue reading There may be a Google data-only phone in early 2010
First there were the rumors, but now Dell has confirmed that they are getting into the cell phone handset market and yes, the Mini 3 as it will be called, will run Android. They’re starting off in China and Brazil, but hopefully will release a handset stateside soon.
It has been proven repeatedly that using a cell phone to talk or text is just as bad as having had a few drinks. With that in mind, not to mention that many states have either outlawed the practice or are about to, new handsfree technology is needed to help drivers to respond without taking… Continue reading DriveSafe.ly’s app for your phone reads your text message out aloud
The Super Universal Car Mount is a neat idea for those of you who like to have pretty much all your gadgets rigged up in the car – mobile phone, Sat Nav and your MP3 player. The candle-style arrangement allows you to hold up to three of your favorite gadgets and comes with leads to… Continue reading Super Universal Car Mount