Reviews of Electronic Gadgets like iPod, Cameras, MP3 players, etc.
If you looking to buy Apple Mac computer in India, walk into the Apple store with your old Windows Computer or TV and get a hefty discount on the suggested retail price.
If you hear strange clicking noises coming from the computer, it could be signs of a damaged hard disk drive.
Microsoft SecondLight detects where the surface is being touched on a screen and allows an image to be projected on to the material held just above.
iPhone 3G is now the largest selling mobile phone in the US surpassing Motorola Razr as well as the BlackBerry Curve. But the story is very different in Inida.
If you are looking to read Adobe PDF documents like ebooks, Microsoft Office files, PDF magazines, etc. on your Sony Book Reader, this FAQ from Sony would help.
A TV show demonstrated how to unlock the door of your car using a mobile phone and a spare set of car keys that are lying at your home
WebEx is giving away free Logitech Web Cameras to anyone who signs up for a free 14-day trial of their web meeting service. To register go here and enter the promo code XM. No credit card required.
If you own a BlackBerry mobile phone (or plan to buy one), here's a very useful shortcut (or can we say Easter Egg) that enables you to perform a complete health checkup of your BlackBerry hardware.
Dell launched Studio Desktop and Studio Slim Desktop serices that include support for Blu-ray Disc players and built-in HDMI for easy connections to HDTVs.
Forbes says that the iRex Digital Reader 1000 offers PDF reading capabilities that are not present in competing products like Amazon Kindle or Sony Reader. No other reader is currently capable of rendering PDFs at their appropriate scale.
iRex's latest e-reader is called the iRex Digital Reader 1000 - it features a 10' diagonal screen and can read PDF, HTML web pages and Microsoft Office Documents.
Like flash drives, which in small 512-megabyte or 1-gigabyte sizes have replaced pens as cheap corporate giveaways, solid-state drives should get less expensive and much more common relatively soon.
Amit Agarwal is a web geek and founder of Digital Inspiration, a popular tech & how-to website since 2004 ..read more