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Archive for April, 2010


A bite-sized smartphone – the Blackberry Pearl 3G

It seems everyone’s in the iPhone camp or the Blackberry camp in these halcyon days of smartphone wizardry, and anyone that resides out of the two camps can expect to…


Latest Gadgets hands on with the joojoo internet tablet

Latest Gadgets were invited to have a hands on with joojoo, an Internet tablet, which is available in the UK from yesterday. Is it an iPad-killer? Well no, but it…


The House of the Future at Grand Designs Live

Back in the eighties we were often treated to visions of what the house of the future might look like. Opinions varied but normally seemed to revolve around skin tight…


Little Tikes Young Explorer PC Workstation – cubicle culture in the classroom?

Opinion seems divided so far on the just-released Young Explorer PC Workstation from Little Tikes, with some American Moms and Dads suggesting it is preparing their wee ones for a…


In bloom – Bang & Olufsen’s BeoLab 11 subwoofer

Danish manufacturer of high end home entertainment systems have released what is possibly the most interesting looking subwoofer so far. Winning a race that no one else was running, the…


Hands on with the Jaybird Endorphins – a wire free workout?

What with it being the London Marathon today we thought we’d road test the Jaybrid Endorphin sports earphones – which they have recently started distributing in the UK via Amazon.co.uk….


Latest Gadgets visit Panasonic – Intelligent Living

Panasonic invited Latest Gadgets to have a look at some of its household gadgets. Despite being renown for household goods in Japan and the rest of Asia, they lack a…


Who’d Leica snap-nav?

Pro photographers and affluent amateurs on a quest to find the ultimate compact will be keen to roadtest the latest challenge from Leica, the V-LUX 20. While packing an impressive…


Arrive in style: Garmin’s sleek Nüvi 3700

With so many Satellite Navigation systems on the market it is difficult to know which one to go for. They generally share the same functionality, so choosing your next sat…


Spyro and Zylo join Sony Ericsson’s Walkman family

Using your mobile as an MP3 player is not a new idea, but one that Sony Ericsson have been successfully peddling for many years now. Their Walkman mobiles may not…


First look at the Fuji HS10 DSLR

Over the past few years, the gap between DSLR and point-and-shoot digital cameras has gotten smaller and smaller. So much so that I suspect I’m not the only person who…


Sony reveals a trio of latest-generation music players -A845, NWZ-B150 and W250

Thirty-odd years ago, the Sony Walkman was the byword for portable music players, just as the iPod is today. Now, Sony is fighting for the top spot once again with…


Solar-powered Puma Phone pouncing into shops

Gadgets are generally not known for their eco credentials, with many coming across as beautiful but evil pieces of technology designed to seduce the human race into eliminating the earth’s…


Blink and you won’t miss it – TV anywhere, anytime with Blinkbox

As broadband speeds increase, more and more consumers are using the internet as a way to digitally replace physical goods. It happened with CDs, when Apple’s iTunes and Spotify started…


Sanyo widens Xacti Dual Camera range

This week sees the UK launch of Sanyo’s latest pocket-sized dual camera, the Xacti VPC-SH1. Following in the footsteps of last month’s tiny VPC-CS1, the SH1 is promising another industry…

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