Here’s another emergency USB charger, this one powered by 2 AA batteries. Not a bad deal for under $10, and it includes a tiny built-in LED light for grins. However, I can’t say I love the idea of using batteries. I’d rather have it either use a rechargeable battery or even better, be solar rechargeable… Continue reading Emergency USB Charger – for phone, MP3 player, etc.
At long last after much discussion, the iPhone will be making its debut on Verizon’s CDMA cellular network in January 2011. So far this is unofficial, but was reported by Bloomberg who had 2 sources within Apple/Verizon. The timing is interesting given that the iPhone 4G was just released on AT&T’s network. Six (6) months… Continue reading The iPhone is coming to Verizon
By Andrew Eisner, Retrevo.com‘s Director of Community and Content Whether you have an iPhone or some other phone, now is a great time to move up to a new smartphone like the new Apple iPhone 4, new Android based smartphone like the HTC EVO 4G or HTC Incredible, or even a new BlackBerry, Samsung, LG,… Continue reading Read This Before You Buy an iPhone 4
Today, we’re reviewing Sennheiser’s Bluetooth headset, the EZX 60. The EZX 60 is a no-frills, lightweight, noise-cancelling Bluetooth 2.1 headset with long battery life. The EZX 60 is a BT 2.1 +EDR set with compatibility with BT 1.1, 1.2 and 2.0, and the talk time is rated at up to 7.5 hours. Introduction. Having been… Continue reading Review: Sennheiser EZX 60 Bluetooth Headset
The 1st WiMAX (802.16e 4G) Android device, the HTC Evo, goes on sale today on the Sprint Nextel network for $199 with a 2-yr contract. You can also purchase it from retailers Best Buy and Radio Shack. The Evo has had a very positive reception since its unveiling in late March of this year. While… Continue reading Sprint’s HTC Evo goes on sale today
Palm has been saved, purchased by HP for $1.2 billion, which was a premium on the stock price. This is a good deal for both companies. Palm was in serious trouble, with its new Pre and Pixi smartphones not selling very well, and its stock price tanking. HP on the other hand did not have… Continue reading Palm acquired by HP
Image courtesy of Gizmodo This has to be the story of the week so far – a new prototype Apple iPhone model (let’s say the 4G) was accidentally left in a pub, picked up by a random stranger, who tried to return it to Apple and then eventually sold it to Gizmodo for $5000. Gizmodo… Continue reading Apple employee loses next gen iPhone, Gizmodo gets it, dissects it
Have you ever stopped and counted how many gadgets you have? I bet it’s more than you think. Some of them are probably pretty pricey so I’m sure you’d like to protect them as much as possible. Now protecting your touchscreen device without affecting its touch ability can be tricky or at least can diminish… Continue reading Invisible SHIELD protects your gadget all around, not just the screen
Motorola is continuing its marketing push of the Droid with these fun videos of the Droid being used to perform unreal shortcuts. No, it’s not April 1st any more, but yes, these are ‘artistic creations’. Here’s one: You can see all 7 on YouTube.
We don’t feature a lot of cell phones on GfG because there are entirely too many models and there are other sites that are dedicated to just that. But of course we feature the ‘big name’ ones and the newsworthy and unique. The LG eXpo GW820 definitely fits the newsworthy category, as it’s the first… Continue reading LG eXpo GW820 smartphone can turn into a projector