Customising gadgets based on users’ preferences and habits really does seem to be the technological stonker finale of 2011. Pioneer’s innovative AppRadio was the first car stereo to develop a driver’s smartphone experience by bringing apps compatible to the iPhone 4/4S to their dashboard, a strength that led to the AppRadio being awarded a ‘European … Continue reading Pioneer AppRadio’s new apps: Now there’s no excuse to run out of petrol!
The forthcoming Griffin ‘Twenty’ amp, showcased last night at the CES Unveiled in Las Vegas, will enable you to stream, via an AirPort Express, to your existing speakers by providing a variety of different outputs. It features a 2.1 channel sound system with 20 watts output per channel and also supports a powered subwoofer with … Continue reading Griffin ‘Twenty’ Airport Express amp at CES 2012 Unveiled
The annual January Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is always a good litmus test for the industry. It’s a time when manufacturers showpiece their upcoming models and for me, there is every chance that 2011 is set to be another year when electronic imaging takes a further giant leap forward. Samsung has been quick … Continue reading Samsung gets to grips with the latest camcorder technology.
This year you weren’t anyone if you didn’t announce a new smart phone, the majority of which are now powered (or based upon) the Android operating system. Being “Latest Gadgets” rather than “Latest Phones” meant that we only focused on the phones that caught our eye, rather than trying to provide a complete list of … Continue reading New smartphones unveiled at CES 2011
For the past week the annual International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas has showcased the latest in consumer technology from the world’s leading manufacturers. The annual event is a mecca for geeks with a nice mix of hair-brained concepts and soon to be available tech, and despite the absence of the long-awaited Apple tablet, … Continue reading Top 10 highlights of CES 2010