Some people like to think that after they die they live on through their work. But now it’s possible to live on through your play with Elgato’s Game Capture HD – designed to immortalise you. If you’ve even seen the Frogger episode of Seinfeld (where George realises his high score on an arcade game might … Continue reading Elgato Game Capture HD: For gamers who don’t play around
Man, those wizards at Sony know a thing or two about audio and visual heaven. Not content with just creating achingly glorious works of what could be termed as electronic modern art (their sleek black lines and slim bodies transforming our living rooms into cutting edge galleries) but they deliver the goods each time too. … Continue reading Blu-ray gets the blue sky treatment from Sony
Plenty of firms make evolutionary products – they take something and make it slightly better. Most of the time, it’s dull. Revolutionary products, however, merge humans and technology in new, perturbing, and sometimes ridiculous ways. One need only look at the Tweetle – the twittering kettle. We see a lot of gadgets, and below is … Continue reading The most adventurous gadgets (2010 edition)
The Week in Gadgets If you see one of these dudes in the streets, sidle up to them, they’ll probably have something you’ll find useful – wifi. The ‘Human Hotspots’ will use Three’s MiFi®, which uses Three’s 3G network to create a mobile Wi-Fi hotspot. I own a MiFi (I went out and bought one … Continue reading TWIG: Three’s Human Hotspots, Chilli WatchCam and LG’s NetCast
The latest Twin Video camera from Ion could change the face of You’ve Been Framed for ever! The latest take on the handheld video camera, the Twin Video has a front and rear lens, so, so you can record your reaction when your toddler falls asleep into his dinner, or when that stray football comes … Continue reading Ion Twin Video camera: Perfect for double-takes
With the digital switch-over in full swing, now has never been a better time for manufacturers to unveil the latest in set-top box technology. In August we had a look at some of the market’s best options for those who hadn’t made the step-up to digital television yet, with the Boxee Box – a hub … Continue reading Digital Stream DPS-1000: Catch-Up TV player … plays catch up
The Week in Gadgets It’s becoming easier and easier to produce and share content online – good quality cameras cost a fraction of what they used to, decent editing packages can be had at low-to-no cost and you can distribute your masterpieces online for free. If you want to take your creative photos and videos … Continue reading TWIG: Green Screen Kit, Edifier iPod Dock, VHS MAGIX and the James Dyson Award
The really arrogant guy that slipped over. The heated argument on the train. The cat that just mistimed his jump, face-planted into the side of the chair and released a muted “meeoo” noise. All priceless moments, perfect for racking up thousands of YouTube hits. The Looxcie wants to help you record these, even after they’ve … Continue reading Looxcie always on camcorder: Overshare wear?