Top Five Wireless Phone Chargers

Dusan Belik of Serbia writes about his passion for all things techno as if they were alive and natural. He thinks that by using a smart phone to organise your life, you demonstrate how much you care about the way that you use your precious time on Earth. Fair enough… whatever turns you on?  He … Continue reading Top Five Wireless Phone Chargers

Sugru: the “Best Invention Since Sellotape”

Few things are built to last. Whether it’s a damaged mobile charger, a broken handle or a hole in your shoe, when something breaks we just fling it on the waste pile. Well, Sugru aims to change all this and get us fixing things again with its space age Play-Dou. Like something concocted in the … Continue reading Sugru: the “Best Invention Since Sellotape”

Air Copy: Wireless Scanner for all tablets and smartphones

“iPad’s are just for consumption” is one of the more tiresome and persistent “trolling” remarks that was unleashed on Apple’s tablet when it was released in 2010. Well that and it’s lack of support for Flash but those remarks seem to have calmed down for some mysterious reason. But iPads – and tablets in general … Continue reading Air Copy: Wireless Scanner for all tablets and smartphones

Getting Things Done: Great productivity apps for the New Year

I always marvel at people who “get things done” and have lives that run like a well-oiled machine. Especially when my life seems to be a series of badly timed misadventures, barely held together with duct tape. The arbitrary change in calendar is as good a time as any to take a look at Productivity … Continue reading Getting Things Done: Great productivity apps for the New Year

Wacom Inkling: Analogue-to-digital sketching

Love to doodle? I’ve been doing art with digital devices for ages and very little (for me at least) matches the joy of scribbling with paper and pen. Although 53 digital’s Paper comes close. Wacom are something of the de facto standard when it comes to tablets and even they know the joys of old … Continue reading Wacom Inkling: Analogue-to-digital sketching

LiveScribe Sky WiFi smartpens: Joined up thinking

We took a look at the LiveScribe smartpen range over a year ago and I think it’s still one of the most impressive gadgets I’ve had the pleasure of playing with. It’s one thing to innovate with phones, tablets and computers but brining cutting edge technology to something as old and basic as paper was … Continue reading LiveScribe Sky WiFi smartpens: Joined up thinking

Office essentials: Dymo Touch Screen LabelManager 500TS

Whether you work in a busy office or have a booming eBay business at home, the Dymo touch screen label maker, otherwise known as the LabelManager 500TS, is sure to make your life easier. The time it will save you in editing, printing and cutting labels is worth its weight in gold, or at the … Continue reading Office essentials: Dymo Touch Screen LabelManager 500TS

Planon Scanstik: An office in your pocket

It may be the size of a pen, but the Planon Scanstik, is capable of scanning a full page in colour just as any regular full-sized flatbed scanner would. But this one you can fit it in your pocket. Yes that’s right, you can take your very own scanner with your wherever you wish to … Continue reading Planon Scanstik: An office in your pocket