Sony have introduced Bluetooth watches for women that have control over mobile phones.
We all know that lots of women keep their mobile phones in the handbags rather than stuff them in the back pockets like men do and most of them don’t clutch them in their mits a-la Paris Hilton.
Continue reading MBW-200: Sony Bluetooth Watches For Women
This is the second part of the review. Yesterday we introduced the Motorola S9 review of the wireless headphones and covered the remote media controls.
Use as a phone headset
Pressing the call button when you’re listening to music automatically pauses the track and any voice-dialling commands that you utter are passed over to the handset, dialling the number, if configured.
Continue reading Motorola S9 Review: Stereo Bluetooth Headset pt 2 (Score 72%)
If you’re fed up battling with cables that tangle up quicker than a confused Cobra after a crateful of Carlsberg, Logitech’s Pure-Fi Mobile speaker system could be the perfect carry-around for you.
Continue reading Pure-Fi Mobile Speaker System Streams Sounds From Your Pocket
We can always rely on LG to knock out “what’s wrong with being sexy” images to promote their latest phones, and they certainly seem to have pushed out the boat with this one.
Continue reading LG Ice Cream Phone; Daft Name, Daft Pictures
Virgin Media are on track to become the first UK Internet company to start slapping down customers downloading music illegally, with the company announcing a pilot scheme with music industry body, the BPI.
Continue reading Virgin Media Targets Illegal Downloaders
Yesterday we looked at the layout of the keyboard and battled with the installation.
Behold! Let the light show begin!
Once we started using the keyboard, we quickly forgave its installation quirks, and marvelled at the space age glowing lightshow on our desktop.
Continue reading Logitech diNovo Edge Bluetooth Keyboard: Review (Part 2 – 85%)
We’re not quite sure it lives up to Logitech’s “World’s most advanced keyboard” claim, but if you’re looking to cut a stylish dash at your desktop, then you won’t find many keyboards as likely to impress as the Logitech diNovo Edge.
Continue reading Logitech diNovo Edge Bluetooth Keyboard: Review (Part 1)
Featuring more bells and whistles than a loved up gang of NuRave Morris dancers, Nokia have unveiled their new Nokia N96 high end handset at the Mobile World Congress 2008 in Barcelona.
Billed as being optimised for video and TV, the N96 sports a beefy 2.8″ 16m colour TFT, QVGA (240×320 pixel) resolution screen, 16GB of internal memory and support for high-quality videos in a wide range of formats, including MPEG-4, Windows Media Video and Flash Video.
Continue reading Nokia High End N96 Announced
Microsoft’s wad may have failed to woo Yahoo yesterday, but they’ve had more luck flashing the cash at the software firm Danger Inc, makers of the software that powers T-Mobile’s hugely successful SideKick web phone.
Continue reading Microsoft Buys Danger, Sidekick Makers
Samsung G810 have announced details of their top of the range Samsung G810 slider phone.
Packed with kitchen sink-including functionality including geo-tagging and Wi-Fi, the handset looks ready and willing to square up against the hugely popular Nokia N95 smartphone.
Continue reading Samsung G810 S60 Smartphone Packs Wi-Fi, GPS