Tagged By kids


Make Halloween even more fun with great spooky-wooky gadgets

By Gabrielle Pickard,

Yes another Halloween has almost arrived and alongside the terrifying costumes, tins of Celebrations for trick n treaters and candle-lit pumpkins to show that we’re getting in the Halloween spirit, there is a growing emphasis on blood-curdling gadgets circulating each… Read article


New term – new iPad ideas

By Naomi Mackay,

I had a bit of a laugh to myself when I saw a press release about going back to school and iPads. How many kids have iPads, I thought? After all, I’m a consumer technology writer and I don’t have… Read article


Three ‘must have’ back to school gadgets

By Gabrielle Pickard,

Dare we say it? The summer is drawing to an end and no sooner are we worrying about how to keep the kids entertained for six weeks, we are rushing around buying everything our little darlings may need to prepare… Read article


Hands on with the Nerf Vortex blaster range

By Shem Pennant,

Nerf invited Latest Gadgets down to a small bar in Soho for a shoot out against some of the journalists on the London tech scene. Delighted at a chance to settle some old scores we turned up and did our… Read article


Honestech Claymation Studio 3.0 review

By Naomi Mackay,

  I have long harboured secret desires to make my own animated movies – I think several visits to the Disney parks in Florida, where you can see behind the scenes helped. And of course I grew up in a… Read article


backSTAGE iPad Headrest Mount

By Gabrielle Pickard,

With the summer holidays just round the corner, families everywhere are getting excited about their summer vacation. Although if your well-deserved break involves travelling with the kids in tow for a unnerving duration, you may want to kit out the… Read article


Review: The HEXBUG Nano toy

By Gabrielle Pickard,

Every so often a new craze hits the playgrounds of schools across the UK that guarantees every kid owns the latest fad. In the mid-80s in was a transformer ‘robots in disguise’ craze, in the 1990s POGS, small cardboard discs… Read article


iTrack protect: Mobile tracking technology

By Chris Cope,

It has crossed everyone’s mind at some point – where is your child, your relative, your partner? In the interest of safety and wellbeing – and cunning, curious Sherlock Holmes ingenuity – tracking the location of people has always been… Read article