Reviews of Electronic Gadgets like iPod, Cameras, MP3 players, etc.

Mobile Devices and Etiquettes

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.

The World’s Largest iPod

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.

Inside the Nokia N97 Web Tablet

Nokia N97 is a new touch-screen web tablet that sports a full QWERTY keyboard, a 5-megapixel digital camera (that can also record video) and an FM Transmitter. And yes, you can use the device for phone calls as well.

The Design & Manufacturing Process of Apple Macbook

The Apple Macbook is a marvelous piece of engineering and design. This video gives a sneak preview of the Apple Macbook manufacturing facility plus you learn about innovations unique to Macbooks like the glass trackpad and the Aluminum unibody.

Nokia N97 Phone Review at CNET

The touch-screen Nokia N97 mobile phone has a sliding QWERTY keyboard, a 5 Megapixel camera and you can customize the 3.5" home screen of the phone with widgets just the way you arrange gadgets on a personalized Google homepage.

Amazon Kindle DX with a Native PDF Reader

The new Amazon Kindle DX includes a built-in PDF reader and you can read documents in both portrait and landscape mode without losing the formatting of the original file.

Replace Your TV with an LCD Computer Monitor

There are many reason why you may want to replace your Television with a computer monitor and watch TV programs, DVD movies, music videos, etc. on the computer itself via the Internet.

An Inexpensive Wearable Computer

Sixth Sense is a wearable computer from MIT that has Microsoft Surface table like features but can be used on any physical surface. The Sixth Sense computer costs only $350 to build and any application, now on your computer or mobile phone, can be used in Sixth Sense.