Gadgets – those glorious pieces of hardware which we covet so much. From mobile phones to laptops, cameras to kitchen tools, we cover ‘em here on Giz UK. Check this hub-page for all manner of news about these bank account-rinsing objects of desire.
Worrying about choosing the right speakers to match the aesthetics of your room is certainly a first world problem, but that doesn't make People People's transparent speakers any less lustworthy. They need to get these into production ASAP.
They call themselves "carnivores" and "meat aficionados," but there are other names for the vegetable-phobes in your life: "children," "cave dwellers," "people who will probably contract gout or cancer," and possibly "young-diers." Eek!
The beauty of Ricoh's GXR modular camera system is that you're not stuck with the same sensor for the life of the camera. And starting next year, the company will introduce a new 16MP zoom option with an APS-C sensor.
Eco-friendliness isn't my biggest concern when it comes to buying headphones, but I guess even Greenpeace likes listening to music, so designer Michael Young has created these recyclable over-the-ear cans as a follow-up to his cornstarch earbuds.
Had I been subjected to the same nightmarish labyrinth featured in the Portal games, I would have preferred a more substantial reward than cake at the end anyway. Like these adorable light and sound keychains.
Engadget's got the scoop on a 5-inch Lenovo tablet. One of the words in that sentence makes me want to vomit bile, and I'll let you guess! OK. 5-inches. A 5-inch tablet is an asinine thing that should not exist.
It's fine for the occasional speakerphone call or voice memo, but if you want to record a concert that's worthy of sharing, you'll want to upgrade your iPhone's mic with Tascam's iM2 which adds a set of professional stereo mics.
Designer Sebastien Sauvage's Eclipse phone is certainly a sight to behold with its handset and base unit flowing into each other as a single elliptical sculpture. It's just too bad most of us don't have a use for it anymore.
Last weekend we reported that Apple was recalling some of their first generation iPod Nanos with concerns that the ageing battery could overheat. And those of you hoping for an easy upgrade to the latest gen model will be disappointed.
I'd imagine this is the sort of thing the Dark Night would use as a last resort. If the Batmobile, Batwing, and even Batpod, were all out of commission, he'd still be able to run down baddies at 20mph using this petrol-powered motorboard.
When it's finally available, Asus' Eee Pad Transformer Prime will be inevitably compared and reviewed against the iPad. And one feature that will certainly help its cause is this Smart Cover that takes a more intricate folding approach to Apple's original design.
Are you the type who likes to get sozzled and ride public transportation home late at night? Congratulations, you are a gadget thief's favorite target! The NYPost reports that New York's police department is training a new squadron of drunk-impersonators to bust them.
HP's new 13" Folio just leaked on the blog Ritchie's Room, adding to the cacophony of Ultrabooks zooming around right now. The design isn't as much of a departure from HP's current laptops, but it's just as slim and pretty as you'd expect an Ultrabook to be, and a little tougher, thanks to a rubberised base and sides.
Deciding that form is the better way to make a name for themselves in the crowded Bluetooth speaker market than function, Ecko UNLTD's new Spray speaker looks like a can of spraypaint, but that's where the novelty ends.
Bang & Olufsen's stylish AV gear usually gives the impression of wealth and affluence, but having just been revealed by the FCC, its new wireless AirPlay speaker comes across as looking just simple and quaint.
Ruggedising your personal electronics, especially waterproofing them, is a pain, typically requiring either you stuff it in a PVC bag or ensconce it in four pounds of silicone rubber. But, one day soon, our precious gadgets may come waterproofed on the molecular level.