Christmas gifts for the budding cyclist

When it comes to presents, people can usually be defined by one key interest. If that interest is cycling, then you’ve come to the right page. We’ve toured the web and picked some of the greatest gifts any keen velo-driver might ever want. For loved ones:  Wikku Mirror Indicators Nothing says “I love you” more … Continue reading Christmas gifts for the budding cyclist

Virus Strike: Interview with indie developer Neil Ferguson

With over 100,000 apps, the App Store is officially massive. So when you put together a game like Virus Strike, a competition-winning Bejewelled/Flight Control/Tetris/Dr. Mario mashup, how do you go about getting it noticed? In fact, how do you go about getting it made? We spoke to Virus Strike’s indie developer Neil Ferguson. The Game … Continue reading Virus Strike: Interview with indie developer Neil Ferguson

Proporta TurboCharger 5000: Get fired up on the move

Between mobile phones, tablet PCs, cameras and whatever other gadgets so many of us cart about all day, it’s sometimes hard to keep up with what’s been charged and what hasn’t. And if you’ve got a gadget that’s juice-hungry, it can be really easy to run out of power even if you’ve gone out with … Continue reading Proporta TurboCharger 5000: Get fired up on the move

The Adventures of Simon Pegg: A digital comic for Android, iPhone and the iPad

You’re scared of mice and spiders, but oh-so-much greater is your fear that one day the two species will cross-breed to form an all-powerful race of mice-spiders, who will immobilize human beings in giant webs in order to steal cheese. Lines like that made a generations of young adults fall in love with writer, actor, … Continue reading The Adventures of Simon Pegg: A digital comic for Android, iPhone and the iPad

Rage HD review: iPhone 4 and iPad edition

As countless developers, competitors and The Steve himself keep telling us, iOS is a serious gaming platform. With thousands of titles available and large sums of money trading hands, it’s up to developers to step up and harness the power held in literally millions of pockets. Enter idSoftware with Rage HD – a rail shooter … Continue reading Rage HD review: iPhone 4 and iPad edition

HTC Wildfire review: Slow and unsteady loses the smartphone race

I entered my HTC Wildfire experience with an open mind. Android is a noble warrior. It’s battled against the iPhone monopoly, offering perhaps the only other fully-featured smartphone operating system. On a high-end phone, like the HTC Desire, the powerful internal specifications make Android fly. Unfortunately, that’s not true of the Wildfire. It’s sluggish, everywhere. … Continue reading HTC Wildfire review: Slow and unsteady loses the smartphone race

TWIG: RailEasy app, Bookbox eReader, Totes Smartouch

Have a smartphone? Take the train? Get the RailEasy app. I’m very tempted to leave it there making this the shortest review in these pages, but I suppose I should go into a little more detail. RailEasy is a train times and (crucially) booking app from independent online train ticket retailer RailEasy. The in-app purchasing … Continue reading TWIG: RailEasy app, Bookbox eReader, Totes Smartouch

New iPhone and iPad accessories roundup

LatestGadgets were invited to see some of the best gadgets for the iPhone and iPad. Here are some of the most innovative products out now. Cygnett have released the Zooom for the iPhone 4 and 3GS. It is shaped like a PS3 controller and holds the iPhone for secure gaming. It enhances gaming on the … Continue reading New iPhone and iPad accessories roundup