Accessories & Peripherals

What We’re Looking Forward To In 2010: Gadgets

In a little over a week I’ll be in Las Vegas for CES. It’s my hope – along with every other tech journo – that the annual trade show will serve as center stage for some groundbreaking announcement by a major (or minor) CE company. It’s doubtful, but I’m keeping my fingers crossed. I don’t expect Palm to make as big a splash as they did …

The Top 10 Gadgets of 2009

Lev and I picked our top 10 gadgets of the year for Time a couple weeks back and then we picked our top 10 gadgets of the year for Techland shortly thereafter. It turns out that both lists are identical. Weird, right? Or maybe you’ve already read about this

I was told that I had to make a video for this list and, well, I had no …

Apple Tablet To Be Announced In February, Says Analyst

Oppenheimer analyst Yair Reiner is citing “checks” into Apple’s supply chain that indicate production of the purported tablet will begin to ramp up in February with a March or April launch. He goes on to say that Apple will churn out 1 million tablets per month. Despite previous rumors that the tablet would have an OLED screen, …

Pingo: A Robotic Penguin Connected To Your Facebook

Back in June I saw this little robotic penguin making the rounds on various blogs. I’m a sucker for tiny animals turned robot, but this one was somehow connected to my Facebook page! I could take the time to try and explain to you what Pingo does – not that it’s very difficult to explain – but the video from Arimaz sums it up …

Best of the Decade: Gadgets

It’s hard to quantify an entire decade’s worth of innovation into a list of so few gadgets. We’ve seen a multitude of “world’s firsts” but few have had a lasting impact felt beyond the initial buzz that surrounds any new gadget launch. We looked for gadgets that either sparked a revolution or did something innovative enough …

Demo of Time Inc.’s Manhattan Project

It’s no secret that Time Inc. is actively pursuing and reimagining what each of the magazines under the Time Inc. umbrella might look like on a tablet. What the company has come up with so far in conjunction with the Wonderfactory is the Manhattan Project, which essentially is an interactive magazine. The demo above shows what Sports …

Based On a True Story: I Suck At Sleeping

I wouldn’t say that I’m sleep deprived. I just have a difficult time falling asleep. I’ve never consulted with a specialist because I honestly don’t think it’s a problem. Once I’m asleep, I’m out like a rock for the rest of the night. Doesn’t everyone have a difficult time falling asleep? Should I consult a sleep expert? …

The Five Greatest Gadgets of All Time

For reasons unknown to me I’ve been asked to declare what I presume to be the five greatest gadgets of all time. No simple task considering the vast number of gizmos and doodads that have been feverishly churned out over the last millennia. But we’re not talking about things that have had some revolutionary impact on society, you …

FLO TV Personal TV: Being a Couch Potato Has Never Been Easier

There’s never been a compelling reason to have a portable TV on your person. Do we really need another way to rot our brains? FLO TV certainly thinks so. The Qualcomm-developed technology began appearing on a handful of mobile phones last year and offers live streaming and previously aired content from a variety of networks. The FLO TV …

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