Accessories & Peripherals

Am I the Only One Who’d Buy a Huge Honkin’ Tablet?

When Steve Jobs unveiled the iPad back in January, there was very little to compare it against–and so it wasn’t clear whether its 9.7″ screen made it an unusually large tablet, a rather little one, or just about right. At the moment, it’s looking like a big boy: The two most intriguing iPad alternatives of the moment, Samsung’s …

Recon Instruments’ Goggles: A GPS-based Dashboard For Your Eyeball

When Contour launched their GPS model the other week, I thought it was one of the coolest things to happen to action sports. The ability to see video of what you just did is one thing but to see it on an interactive map that displays speed and elevation is something that hasn’t been done before. I was blown away. But our friends to the …

Razer Vespula: The Case for A Good Mouse Pad

Whether you’re rocking a wired ball-mouse or the latest in ergonomic laser gaming mice, one fact remains: your mouse is only as good as the surface it glides on. Most surfaces are not uniform, thus affecting both the physical motion of a mouse glide and the tracking that relays information from mouse to computer. When a millisecond in …

Resolved: Tablets are Hardware, Not Software

Hello out there in Techland–my name is Harry McCracken, and I’m new in these parts. I blog about the Web, mobile gear, consumer electronics, and PCs and Macs at a site called Technologizer, which I started in 2008. And starting today, I’m writing a weekly TIME.com column–also named Technologizer–and contributing to Techland. It’s …

LOL of the Day: App Store Review Guidelines

With all the back and forth between Apple and developers over what is and what isn’t appropriate for the App Store, I think it’s safe to say that we’ve all wondered what the guidelines are to get into the pearly gates of the App Store. Apple has posted the review guidelines and we can’t help but laugh out loud. I didn’t think …

What is the Microsoft Hardware Team Teasing on Twitter?

The team at Microsoft who’s in charge of mice, keyboards and other peripherals has turned to Twitter to tease out an upcoming product.

We caught a glimpse of said new product on July 27 with a spliced image revealing the corner of a matte black finish peripheral. Yesterday they offered the following hint: “Don’t be so …

Netflix Comes To Canada, Eh?

The Netflix instant streaming service is coming to Canada, the company announced Monday.

This fall, Netflix is expected to make its first international expansion as it offers its Watch Instantly package to Canadians. Though initially, the service will be available in English only, the company has made its intent to open up the service …

Want: ThinkGeek’s BeerBot T-shirt With Built-In Bottle Opener

I’m neither manly enough to open up a bottle with my teeth or smart enough to open one up with a lighter, so the BeerBot Bottle Opening Shirt from ThinkGeek would make the perfect belated birthday gift for me, people. But something tells me too many beers in one night with that shirt will leave my chest bruised. How else am I going to …

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