The best gadgets you’ll actually buy (2010 edition)

We see a lot of electrics here at LG, and spend even more time reading about them. It makes us a bit shallow, really, going from gadget-to-gadget in a glut of unabated consumption. So when something stays in our mind – or even more impressive, stays in our house, we like to give it some … Continue reading The best gadgets you’ll actually buy (2010 edition)

Top five boy’s toys for Christmas

Christmas is coming, and the man in your life is getting fat, and whether you like it or not this man is going to spend too much time eating, drinking and using the Lords birthday as an excuse to meet up and make merry with every person he’s ever had a passing acquaintance with.  A … Continue reading Top five boy’s toys for Christmas

Your Shape: Changing the shape of gaming, and your waist-line

Your Shape is part of a new generation of gaming – the Xbox Kinect generation. The aim is to free you from the shackles of traditional control pads by using the movement of your entire body as the controller. But does it work? Is an updated version of the Sony EyeToy worth a £150 outlay? … Continue reading Your Shape: Changing the shape of gaming, and your waist-line

A bona fide experience! – Five of the best interactive gadgets

I am still recovering from a “Wii” party I went to this weekend, where a dozen or so tipsy women battled it out on the virtual ‘hula hoop’, becoming more and more determined to win after each glass of wine. It was one of the funniest things I have ever witnessed. Interactive gaming, whether it … Continue reading A bona fide experience! – Five of the best interactive gadgets

Movement wars: the future of gaming

With the dust settling on last months E3 we thought we would look into our magic ball, and answer the main underlying question. Who will win the “movement wars.” The big three are looking to the casual market and are staking their future on new-fangled movement controls. We’re going to wade through the PR rhetoric … Continue reading Movement wars: the future of gaming