Jabbakam community IP camera review

Much as I loved the rich feature set of the TP-Link Wireless Surveillance Camera I recently reviewed here, setting it up was far from simple. Whilst a war-weary Linux veteran such as myself is happy configuring files or mucking about with settings it feel down on my timeless, “If I gave this to my Mum … Continue reading Jabbakam community IP camera review

Palo Alto cubik: High-end USB speaker system review

Remember Palo Alto? We had a look at their musik USB powered system a few days ago and were quite impressed. For a mere £50 they delivered surprisingly impressive audio over a USB connection. Well obviously on a £50 system some compromises have to be made so what would a Palo Alto system with a … Continue reading Palo Alto cubik: High-end USB speaker system review

tizi: Wireless mobile TV hotspot for iPad and iPhone

Want to watch TV on the go? Whether you’re addicted to America’s Next Top Pirate, Are You Stronger Than A Dog or MILF Island, TV plays a big part in some people’s lives and there are times when you’d love to be able to catch up on a show, watch live coverage or a major … Continue reading tizi: Wireless mobile TV hotspot for iPad and iPhone

Xperia ray, Xperia active and Sony Ericsson txt

Sony Ericsson has unveiled yet three more new handsets, the Xperia Ray, the Xperia Active and the Sony Ericsson txt. Does the mobile giant’s latest line offer anything new or simply mirror the features and design of their predecessors? Like most new gadgets hitting the market, the Xperia Ray, with its sleek aluminium frame, is … Continue reading Xperia ray, Xperia active and Sony Ericsson txt

Nuance OmniPage 18 document converter review

For an academically inclined nerd I have a surprising amount of upper body strength, a fact I attribute solely to lugging weighty tomes regarding 18th century agrarian poetry around campus for three years. But if you already have a sensible exercise regime in place, you might be looking to cut down on the amount of … Continue reading Nuance OmniPage 18 document converter review

Epson TW450 projector review

In case you’ve forgotten, projectors are cool. They were cool ten years ago, when they cost an arm, weren’t very bright, had poor resolutions and the bulb ran out after 16 seconds, requiring an expensive replacement. Now that the Epson TW450 has fixed four out of five of these issues, however, projectors are very cool … Continue reading Epson TW450 projector review

Ocean Leisure press day: Underwater and sailing gadgets

Ocean Leisure is one of the UK’s premier marine and water sports superstore and they recently held a press day to show off their latest and greatest pieces of equipment. Promising the Latest Gadgets team wet and wonderful gadgets, the likes of which I had never seen before I headed down to their 8000 sq … Continue reading Ocean Leisure press day: Underwater and sailing gadgets

Native Union’s Gold POP Handset: Blending retro and tradition with modernism and bling

Blending traditionalism with the convenience and comfort of modern technical innovation, Native Union’s new Gold POP handset, that is based on an interpretation of the classic 1950s Bakelite telephone but encased in shiny and gleaming gold, may prove to be a winner. Native Union was formed by a group of exceptionally talented designers passionate about … Continue reading Native Union’s Gold POP Handset: Blending retro and tradition with modernism and bling