Reviews of Electronic Gadgets like iPod, Cameras, MP3 players, etc.
Not sure which HDTV to buy for your living room? Here are some of the best resources / websites to help you decide which kind of HDTV would be perfect for you.
Your cell-phone is running out of battery and you need to make an urgent call. Will it be safe to charge the mobile phone using a public charging station?
Your iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch has two buttons â€“ the home button at the front and the sleep / wake button near the top right-hand corner. How do you use these buttons and when?
The new HP wireless photosmart printers support cloud printing and have an email address so you can print from mobile phones or even your iPad. They can even scan files to Google Docs directly.
The Microsoft Arc Touch wireless mouse is almost the size of a cell phone and since it flat, you can easily slide it in your pocket. You bend the mouse to turn it on and when you are done working, simply flatten the mouse to turn it off.
Are you looking for simple low-cost tablet where you can capture handwritten notes, sketch drawings and more. Something to replace your pen and paper notebook.
Before you buy any electronic gadget or a toy with the CE mark, make sure the marking is original and not the fake China Export mark.
Apple Magic Trackpad looks like a good alternative to the computer mouse. It is wireless, looks beautiful and ergonomic and thus may offer relief from wrist pain.
The Smart Cover sticks like a magnet to your iPad display or you can fold it as a stand for typing or watching videos.
The Asus Padphone is an hybrid device that looks like any other touch tablet but with a smartphone inside and both run on Google Android. But why would anyone want a Padphone?
Learn to master the various manual modes of a digital camera with this online camera simulator â€“ you can adjust aperture, shutter and other settings and instantly the results.
Imagine if we could integrate some parts of the Sixth Sense technology - like the hologram and multi-touch gestures - into the next iPad or mobile phone?
Amit Agarwal is a web geek and founder of Digital Inspiration, a popular tech & how-to website since 2004 ..read more