There are a plethora of options for saying goodbye to your old mobile phones these days. No, we’re not necessarily talking about your practically new iPhone 5 from last year or your shiny tablet that you never pick up – those you could probably sell or give on to a new owner. We’re talking about first generation, chunky and pixelated mobiles from five years ago that you could never figure out a use for so you stuck in your top drawer and forgot about them. Or you can go ahead and send your “old but new devices” into a recycler, and trade-off the ease of the process with the lower offer they will make as opposed to a private buyer, who may be more difficult to deal with. Luckily, mobile company O2 still makes fairly decent bids on new-ish technology, like their current offer of £215.50 on an Apple iPad 3. Read more
According to recent statistics, every 19 seconds 1 person in the world is diagnosed with breast cancer and every 74 seconds 1 person dies from it. Every year, more and more companies announce special products to honor the fight against breast cancer and to support research and awareness by donating a percentage of the sales to various support or research foundations. What you can do to help is donate to one of these organizations, buy a product participating in a breast cancer awareness campaign, or wear a pink accessory throughout October.
Here is a nice list of new gadgets launched for the Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Denon Fitness Kit with Wireless Exercise Freak Headphones
Denon provides innovative audio-video solutions and their latest product dedicated to the fight against breast cancer is the Exercise Freak Fight Kit. The kit includes several pink accessories for fitness: a water bottle, an absorbent gym towel, a wrist sweat band, an armband smartphone holder with Velcro closure, and the Susan G. Komen Wireless Exercise Freak Headphones, all coming in the pink Denon Fight Bag. Read more
Every time I saw offers regarding gadget insurance I asked myself if I could really benefit from it or it’s just another marketing strategy that makes you pay a small amount per month without ever needing this insurance. I did a short research in this matter and I can say it’s an interesting subject, especially because it makes you think that all your important and expensive gadgets can be covered for almost any problem. Read more
Often tech gadgets can provide the perfect excuse for sitting down with feet up and simply doing nothing for an hour or two or even more. Same with video games. In fact a new report by the Entertainment Software Association (ESA) claims almost three out of four American moms play them. Of those, 75 percent play video games on a weekly basis, and more than one-third play them daily. Moms play on a variety of platforms, too, but smart phones and other mobile devices are the most popular, with 65 percent using them for playing games. Read more
One of the biggest events of the year for technology geeks and gadget gurus is the IFA convention in Berlin, which is taking place between the 6th and 11th September. The event will showcase many as of yet unannounced electronic gadgets and gizmos, but the devices that will be the stars of the show are almost certainly to be the latest smartphones announced by companies such as Samsung, Sony and HTC. Read more
The first things that need to be packed for a vacation are obvious – clothes, toiletries, money, travel documents, for example. But once they are safely stowed, there are a number of other items that can help to make a dream vacation even better. Be sure to find some luggage space for these small but useful items – they’ll enhance any trip, be it close to home or somewhere exotic.
Catch every magical moment of that dream vacation with a digital camera with video capabilities. Stunning high-resolution images and movies can be taken, stored and shared on a palm-sized camera, so every moment can be relived again and again. Read more
Business executives need to be contactable virtually 24/7 these days, fortunately there are a number of useful gadgets on the market that help to achieve fast and reliable communications, and make organizing work and home life a whole lot easier. A slim, elegant laptop, tablet or notebook is more or less taken for granted as the key essential for organizing documents, sending and receiving emails, presentations, calendars, databases and much more, and there a number of ancillary devices that can enhance the power of a computer and make life a whole lot easier.
Smartphones have been around for a while now and are established as an essential tool in any businesswoman’s armory. The newest kid on the block, the Apple iPhone 5, is in great demand right now and Mac fans will be queuing up to add its functionality to their existing setup. The slimmer, lighter and finer dimensions create a feminine impression and this phone has an improved, powerful chip so it can do more, more quickly than its predecessors. For example, the camera on the iPhone 5 is much quicker to operate than the camera on the iPhone 4s. The screen is much clearer, making map-reading easier, and the iPhone 5 comes complete with the satnav TomTom app – a real boon for the busy woman who travels a lot. Read more
How about getting the latest iPhone version by spending a fraction of the cost? Today I want to tell you about a popular online service designed for anyone looking to buy new device models or make some money by selling old gadgets. Glyde has a simple interface so you can browse to find smartphones, cell phones, tablet computers, e-book readers, iPods, video games and gaming accessories, DVDs, Blu-ray discs, cases, chargers and headphones, all available at affordable prices set by other Glyde users. Read more
Sometimes moving can leave you feeling a little empty inside. You’re in a new and unfamiliar place, who knows where the local shops are, so how can you make yourself feel a little more comfortable? Some awesome gadgets should help!!
The ultimate breakfast making contraption, this little beauty really gives you something to wake up for in the morning! This little appliance is no bigger than a toaster yet it is capable of making coffee, toasting bread, and cooking eggs or bacon all at once. We want one NOW! Read more
Striiv is one of the small new gadgets prepared for CES 2012 and it’s a portable personal trainer that you can use on the go to do many things. This includes taking motivational challenges for personal development, play fun games, and make important donations to charities. Read more