Rumour: Sony to launch motion controller wand?

Sony’s inevitable contribution to the world of gesture control finally has some concrete details to go along with it. The ‘Motion Controller’ – a working title, Sony assure us – has only seen light of day at trade events thus far, but expect that to change now that the peripheral has a release date of … Continue reading Rumour: Sony to launch motion controller wand?

Who’s who in wireless power?

In recent years, we’ve managed to cut just about every cable from our gadgets –  bluetooth used the airwaves to liberate our keyboards and mice, WiFi brought us high-spreed data at home and 3G covered everywhere else. Even the information sent from a computer to its monitor can now be transferred wirelessly. So what prevents … Continue reading Who’s who in wireless power?

Gmail users crying out for a GBoard?

I didn’t realise that Gmail’s usability needed improving. But clearly it does because an American company has launched GBoard: an USB add-on keyboard providing shortcuts for the most used Gmail actions. This  4.88″ x 3.5″ x 0.38″ keyboard offers 19 functions, plugs straight into a USB port, works with Windows and Apple Macs and doesn’t require a … Continue reading Gmail users crying out for a GBoard?

The Sunnybag: fashionable and responsible?

We’ve all been in the situation haven’t we? One too many drinks on a Wednesday evening whilst trying desperately to impress the slightly common HR girl who always wears the skimpy skirts; failing miserably, watching her cop off with your boss who’s really very smug about it before arriving home far too late and dishevelled … Continue reading The Sunnybag: fashionable and responsible?

Look out Q, here comes the W Phonewatch

Miniscule, inconspicuous and with its real identity masked, even James Bond’s “Q” would be proud of Kempler & Strauss’s W Phonewatch. As the name suggests, the W Phonewatch is a cellphone, disguised as a wristwatch. Although unlike the torrent of wrist-watch phones that have saturated the market in recent years, which awkwardly lie on its … Continue reading Look out Q, here comes the W Phonewatch