With Eye-Fi Wireless Cards, you can upload photos and videos straight from your Digital Camera to Flickr, Facebook, YouTube or Picasa over any Wi-Fi network.
Reviews of Electronic Gadgets like iPod, Cameras, MP3 players, etc.
Using the internet on your mobile phone is more eco-friendly than surfing with a desktop computer.
Make your cooling pad with cardboard to prevent your computer from overheating.
Wondering how laptop computers of the future may look like? Well, you could just roll and wear them like a shoulder handbag. See video.
Nokia Diagnostics is a free utility that can help you fix internet connection and other problems with your Nokia phone.
Picasa lets you search for photos taken by any particular brand of cameras or a specific camera model. Works with digital cameras and camera phones.
Wondering what is the average batter life of an Apple iPad. Steve Jobs offers a clue.
Here’s a visual timeline of the 25 most successful products in the consumer electronics space beginning with the Pong, the first commercially successful arcade video game, to the rumored Apple Tablet that is expected later this month.
A university in Florida is loaning out 13′ Macbook Pro computers to all their student athletes so that they can “keep-up with studies” and download lectures (podcasts) from iTunes while on the move.
Eye-Fi is just like a regular memory card but with a built-in Wi-Fi chip to help you wirelessly transfer photographs and videos from a digital camera to any computer over wireless home network without requiring USB cables.
Matt Mullenweg, founder of WordPress, shares his list of favorite gadgets.
You can download the Google Mobile app for your Nokia mobile phone and search Google using simple voice commands. The app is location aware.
HP India is giving away three HP Photosmart Wireless printers to Digital Inspiration readers. There are no lengthy surveys to fill or taglines to complete and anyone can participate in this HP printer giveaway as long as your shipping address is somewhere in India
A survey found that most people percent agree that mobile devices, such as laptops, netbooks and cell phones, are part of our daily lives and society needs to adapt to the fact that people use them at all times.
If you have an Apple gadget like a Macbook, an iPhone or an iPod that requires repair but there’s no Apple Service center in town, here’s a site that offers visual guides and repair manuals to help you fix that gadget at home.
Should you go for an iPod Touch or buy the new Zune HD?
Ever wondered how your notebook computer might appear when it goes through the X-Ray machine at the airport? These pictures will give you a hint.
Jonathan Ive, the man behind the design of Apple iPhone and iPod, has created a giant iPod model that he sent a gift to British fashion designer Sir Paul Smith on his birthday.