Fusion Garage Grid 10: Exciting times in the non-iPad market

Most tablet users will never have heard of Fusion Garage, the company behind the new Grid-10 tablet. The Singaporean manufacturer originally teamed up with the blog Tech Crunch to create a user-friendly tablet before the iPad revolution rewrote slate history. Unfortunately, their partnership with Tech Crunch ended in the courts, and their first computer – … Continue reading Fusion Garage Grid 10: Exciting times in the non-iPad market

Pierre Cardin tablet review

In the technology industry, true beauty has always lay beneath the surface. There’s just no point in having something that looks nice if it doesn’t do anything – that’s an ornament, not a gadget. Enter the Pierre Cardin Tablet. Does fashion-consciousness cost the tablet usability? Read on. Firstly – it looks nice. Well, it looks … Continue reading Pierre Cardin tablet review

Pantone app: Designers get a world of colours on their mobiles

Pantone colours are a vital tool for the designer – quote a Pantone colour to a repro house or printer and you can be assured that what comes out in your finished product will be the colour you were expecting. So, it’s no surprise that Pantone colours have already been brought into the mobile arena … Continue reading Pantone app: Designers get a world of colours on their mobiles

Become a ‘Waze hero’ with the “Facebook for Drivers!”

Now this new app actually roused my attention although I am not sure why it is being marketed as “The new Facebook for drivers”. When you are cruising along at 80 mph down the motorway, happily calculating what time you will arrive at your destination, the one thing that puts a dampener on your plans … Continue reading Become a ‘Waze hero’ with the “Facebook for Drivers!”

LG Optimus 3D hands on review

LG invited us down to their Play Hub – a massive movable experience centre they had laid out in the middle of Central London where they attempted to lure members of the general public in to experience the magic of glasses free 3D for photography, gaming and movies, all on a handheld device – the … Continue reading LG Optimus 3D hands on review

Archos G9 tablet hands on: Cheaper, faster alternative to iPad 2

A £200 tablet more that’s powerful than the iPad 2? Madness, you say? Lies? A cunning French deception? No, the Archos G9 is none of those things. It’s real, it’s quick, it’s got a 1.5GHz processor and it’s coming with a 250GB harddrive (with a nine-hour battery-life). Excited? Read on. Alright – we stretched the … Continue reading Archos G9 tablet hands on: Cheaper, faster alternative to iPad 2

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

BeBook Live Review

The BeBook Live is a tablet computer not concerned about the iPad. It’s a little smaller, a little less powerful and it’s got its own agenda – aiming at entry-level consumers. That’s why it’s much more affordable – £229. The BeBook Live comes with the usual tablet staples – a multi-touch screen, a front-facing camera, … Continue reading BeBook Live Review