Following the success of the T-Mobile Vairy Touch series, ZTE have announced the launch of the T-Mobile Vibe. Part of the Vairy Touch series popularity was because they provided a pay-as-you-go mobile with mobile broadband and email at an extremely reasonable price. Being available for just £39.99, the T-Mobile Vibe is obviously continuing ZTE’s promise … Continue reading T-Mobile Vibe Mobile – Simple, cheap and social media friendly
The Windows 7 Phone platform has just been released, and reviews across the internet have been published as publications try to give their two penny worth. The replacement for the much maligned and now defunct Windows Mobile, it will be available in the UK with the HTC HDZ and HTC 7 Mozart, Samsung Omnia, and … Continue reading Windows 7 phone review roundup
The week in gadgets. Ever been caught short without a boombox? I know you have. What you need is AudioVibe, a portable widget that allows you to produce sound, utilising vibrations and nearby objects. Hollow box-like objects are obviously best but there is a certain amount of fun that can be had from experimenting with … Continue reading TWIG: Wiki AudioVibe, Plextor PX0B120U 3D USB drive and Skype/Facebook love-in
The Week In Gadgets This week saw a number of interesting announcements centring about the Internet. And a Head camera. Wired editor Chris Anderson did a Nas and proclaimed that the Web was dead, before a number of companies and columnists rose to dispute his claim. At the same time StumbleUpon released a mobile app … Continue reading TWIG: StumbleUpon, FaceBook Places, Action Cam
The Internet is alive with the sound of rumours – rumours that Google might very well be throwing their weight behind a social networking behemoth to rival Facebook. Hopefully it will be more useful than their Twitter competitor Google Buzz or the recently deceased Google Wave. The mumurs and leaks suggest ‘Google Me’ is soon … Continue reading The social networking landscape in 2010: Facebook, Twitter … and Google Me?
Every now and then someone advertises a use of social networking that makes you cringe. Usually, it’s politicians trying to “reach the youth”. And usually, you’d expect better from technology firms. Enter Packard Bell, with its new Packard Bell Social Networks key. The Packard Bell Social Networks key is an extra button beside the keyboard … Continue reading Push the button – Packard Bell’s social networking M-series laptops
Just completed that awfully tedious and awkward mission in Grand Theft Auto? Well, you can now tweet about it straight from your Xbox 360, let your Facebook friends know and listen to some celebratory tunes on last.fm! It’s the next step in Microsoft’s quest to twist the Xbox 360 into a social media hub, bringing … Continue reading Tweetbox? Twitter, Facebook, Zune & Last.fm on Xbox