Here’s a natty little application for folks frustrated with the limited resolution of the cameras built into their Palm OS devices.
Photos HQ is a program that lets you snap photographs at a higher quality than the default camera settings, and offers a few tweaks in the bargain too.
Continue reading Review: Photos HQ For Palm (73%)
We get lots of stuff sent to us for review, and sometimes we can get a little blase about it.
When the Altec Lansing Orbit iM207 arrived, we were aware of they long background in providing speakers for computers, but were only moderately excited when it arrived.
Over the month plus that we’ve had it, this has changed quite a bit as it’s proved itself to be a compact, highly capable bundle of fun.
Continue reading Orbit Speaker Review: Altec Lansing Mini Marvel (80%)
You’ll know that we like Moo Cards and since that review we’re orders quite a few more, for various reasons.
Today we needed to get some more, so thought we’d just as well act, rather than let it drift into the New Year.
Continue reading Moo Cards Working Christmas?
Well worth a visit in Manhattan, New York is tech magazine’s Wired’s “pop-up retail store” at 160 Wooster Street, SoHo.
Opened for the holiday shopping season, the warehouse space stokes gadget lust to the max, letting punters test drive the latest consumer gadgets and gear.
Continue reading The Wired Store, NYC: Gadget Feast: Photo Essay
Given the disappointment of many broadband customers in the UK, we though it might be helpful to put together a list of suggestions when considering signing up for your next broadband contract.
If you’ve got more gems of knowledge, please add them.
Our painful experience has taught us …. Continue reading HowTo Select a Broadband Provider
The Ofcom Consumer Panel is officially asking Ofcom to look into broadband speeds in the UK
There’s been some noise in the last few weeks in the UK media about the speed – or lack of it – of broadband connections.
Continue reading Ofcom Consumer Panel: ISP’s, Please Deliver Advertised Broadband Speeds
In a cunning move aimed at saving the two companies £2 billion over the next 10 years, T-Mobile and 3 UK have slapped backs and agreed to team up and share a national, HSPA-enabled 3G network in the UK.
Continue reading 3 UK And T-Mobile Agree To Share 3G Network
The whole blinkin’ world is going SMS bonkers, with a leading technology research firm predicting that no less 2.3 trillion messages will be sent across major markets worldwide in 2008.
The eye-wateringly hefty figure represents a 19.6 percent increase from the 2007 total of 1.9 trillion messages, with research outfit Gartner expecting mobile messaging revenue to grow by 15.7 percent in 2008 to $60.2 billion, up from $52 billion in 2007.
Continue reading Two Trillion SMS Messages In 2008
US online retailers have had a bumper holiday season, with virtual cash tills rattling to a $22 billion spending bonanza, up a hefty 18% increase from the same period last year.
The figures come from stat-loving boffins comScore, who recently released updated figures for the holiday e-commerce season spending for the first 44 days of the November – December 2007 holiday season (1 November – 14 December).
Continue reading Online Holiday Retail Spending Sails Past $22 Billion In US
Skype seriously annoyed a lot of people when they gave less than a month to have their London SkypeIn phone numbers – many their main business number – changed by 20 December.
We were one of those unfortunates too, so were forced to take action.
Continue reading VoIPFone Review: Save Yourself From SkypeIn