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Do you remember? Fire up the Time Flux Capacitor…

on Monday, August 15th, 2011

Gadgeteers I need your help!!! After some discussions about PalmPilot handhelds in the comments section I thought why don’t we do a weekly series about technology we used to use ? This will allow us all to reminisce about technologies past , show the young’ uns what we had to put up with ( “Luxury,Read More…


Virgin Mobile Finally Getting Another Android Phone

By: Jeff Hollaway
on Saturday, January 29th, 2011
Posted in: Android related, News

Finally! Not that there’s a huge population of Virgin Mobile Android Users, but maybe there would be if more desirable phones were available. If you weren’t a big fan of the Samsung Intercept, soon you may get a chance to try out the LG Optimus V. Rumor has it, the price is only $150.00 ($100.00Read More…


Google making Changes to Android Market

By: Jeff Hollaway
on Thursday, January 27th, 2011
Posted in: Android related, News

Forbes is reporting that Google is unhappy with the Android Market. Apparently, people don’t like paying for Apps. (who knew?) Android’s Platform Manager said there will be changes in the future including Carrier billing and In-app payments. My guess is you are going to start to see a lot of cool little apps suddenly costRead More…


Back to the Mac Event Oct 20th

By: Adam Scinto
on Friday, October 15th, 2010
Posted in: News

Engadget’s been invited to an Apple Event on Oct 20th, at 10am PT. As you can see from the invite, there’s a Lion hiding behind that logo making folks think Apple will preview ‘Lion’: The next version of the Mac OS. Hopefully new Mac hardware will make the rounds too, like a redesigned Mac ProRead More…


DROID X: See You Tomorrow

By: Adam Scinto
on Thursday, July 15th, 2010
Posted in: Android related, News

In a surprisingly good sci-fi trailer, DROID X is coming… Tomorrow. Click through for the video.


Buzzvoice 3 is “Like Pandora for News & Blogs”

on Saturday, July 3rd, 2010

The BuzzVoice 3 app uses text-to-voice technology to convert top blogs and news sites into audio files that can be listened to on-the-go.  Keep current on your favorite topics and multi-task in the car, at home, at the gym or anywhere.  Express yourself by creating playlists, sharing stories and more.  Check out a demo videoRead More…

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Well La Dee Dah!

By: Elizabeth Daugherty
on Tuesday, March 9th, 2010
Posted in: Laptops and Gear, News

I’ve seen fashion designers get their fingers into every kind of pie imaginable: clothes,  handbags, shoes, fragrances, even automobiles (Coach, Eddie Bauer).  But now, designers are putting their stamp or rather their label on the tech world.  Pierre Cardin has partnered with China’s Shenzhen Vogue Industries to brand a touchscreen device.  On the outside, theRead More…


Want to file your taxes? There’s (kind of) an app for that…

By: Griffin Peyton
on Saturday, January 23rd, 2010
Posted in: iPhone, iPad, iPod

Stocks, streaming radio, social networking…taxes?  For many iPhone users, the world is at their fingertips.  And now, thanks to the folks over at Intuit (of TurboTax fame), filing your taxes is part of that world.  The setup is simple – snap a photo of your W-2, answer a few questions, review, and e-file!  The catch? Read More…


Echo Touch Gloves Let You Use Your iPhone or Touch in the Cold

on Thursday, December 3rd, 2009

If you live in a cold climate, you know that wearing gloves to keep your hands warm isn’t compatible with using an Apple  touch screen.  Julie had a post last week with a link to an article with a DIY fix for your gloves.  If you aren’t the do-it-yourself type, check out Echo Design for theRead More…


M-Edge e-Luminator2 Lights for Sony 300 and 600 Readers

on Monday, November 30th, 2009
Posted in: eBook Readers, News

M-Edge is now offering their e-Luminator2 lights for the Sony PRS-600 and PRS-300 reader cases, available to ship in 1-3 days.  The beauty of these lights is that they store inside (most) of the M-Edge cases, so you always have your reading light with you without having to carry an extra piece of equipment.  These lightsRead More…


The Radio Bookmark for NPR Stations

on Sunday, November 29th, 2009
Posted in: News

If you are a fan of NPR radio programming, you’ll probably want a Radio Bookmark.  Do you find yourself getting to your destination in the middle of a program you really want to hear or in the middle of a song that you want to know more about?   If you have the Radio Bookmark youRead More…


Sony Daily Edition eBook Reader Available for Pre-Order

on Friday, November 27th, 2009

Sony is taking pre-orders for their 7″ eInk Daily Edition Reader.  The Daily Edition retains the notetaking functions and the touch-screen of the PRS-600 Touch reader, and it adds free 3G connectivity.  You can buy books wirelessly from the Sony eBook Store, or you can still buy and load your books with usb connection.  JustRead More…


5min videos on The Gadgeteer

on Sunday, August 30th, 2009
Posted in: The Gadgeteer

I wanted to give everyone a heads-up that I’m testing out a new widget / revenue stream for The Gadgeteer. It’s from 5min, a how-to, instructional video site. You’ll be noticing a thumbnail bar at the bottom of all the articles and review pages. Each of thumbnails is a video relating to the content ofRead More…

Video in Print ad-CBS

Tiny Video Screen in Your Magazine

By: Anita Z
on Sunday, August 23rd, 2009
Posted in: Uncategorized

The September 18th issue of Entertainment Weekly magazine will include the first ever video in print advertisement. The video, made possible by technology from the Los Angeles based company Americhip, will include promotions for the upcoming CBS fall season.  The video in print ad will only be included in magazines to subscribers in the NewRead More…