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.
Apparently the iPad’s new screen really pushes the limits of what’s possible in something that small, and one of the unfortunate consequences seems to be excess heat. We know the iPad has twice the number of LEDs powering the screen’s backlight and apparently they’re the heat source that’s likely the most to blame for the smoking tablets.
You can now buy a £100 box that streams a large catalogue of available-to-anyone video that's nearly as high-fidelity as Blu-ray. The Apple TV is not the first blow to video on discs, but it definitely hit a vein.
The three main complaints about Devon Works' original Tread watch were that is was gigantic, it was noisy, and it was expensive. So the company addressed all three of those issues with their recently unveiled Tread 2 available later this year.
The iPad 2's camera was "really terrible," and you look like an idiot when using it. The latter factor is still firmly in place, but at least this time around Apple's tablet takes pretty decent photos. Still, don't do that.
Wouldn't it be great if your full-sized tablet could fit in your pocket? It would! You'd have that big-screened wonder with you everywhere. Cool, so to accomplish that, we're going to cut that tablet in half and leave a fat bezel in the middle. Wait, what?
For some outdoors types the thrill of hunting comes more from stalking and outsmarting their prey than the actual kill. So the KillShot camera lets them capture photographic trophies instead of carcasses.
Attach a silicon Grippy Pad to your car's dash, and your phone will stick to it as if by magic. Apparently taking its cue from the design of gecko's feet, Grippy Pad sticks to gadgets without messy adhesives, velcro, or magnets.