Monthly Archives: August 2009


Logitech G27 Racing Wheel: Too Cool For The Xbox 360


At $300, the Logitech G27 Racing Wheel is an expensive but really nice looking gaming peripheral.  Full metal, full leather, and full control, the level of immersion discharged by the G27 should easily rival the competitors.  From what you can’t see in the picture is that the G27 also has...


Gadget Leak: Is This The Real Apple Tablet?


Will the real Macbook Tablet please stand up?  So we’ve heard rumors that Apple’s tablet computer will have a ‘Home’ button just like the iPhone.  But smack dab in the center’s edge, far from a set of gripping hands as depicted by this supposedly leaked picture, I don’t think so. ...


Gadget Leak: HTC Leo Looks Like The Lion’s Meow


It seems new photos of the elusive HTC Leo has turned up on the net. It’s a droolworthy phone going by the specs alone: 4.3 inch WVGA 480×800 capacitive touchscreen, Qualcomm 1GHz Snapdragon processor, Wi-Fi, GPS/a-GPS, accelerometer, 3.5mm headset jack, 5 megapixel camera with auto-focus/ dual-LED flash… To continue you...


Bluelounge’s Refresh Charging Station Is iPhone Friendly


Bluelounge released an all new all-in-one charging station for your iPod/iPhone and other popular rechargeable portable electronics today called the Refresh.  It includes 2 built-in iPod/iPhone compatible connectors, 2 USB ports, a mini USB and a micro USB.  While its a far reach from some of the wireless charging solutions...


GPS Shoe For Alheziemer’s Seems Flawed


There’s a company, they’re called GTX Corp.  They’ve got this wonderful idea to make shoes with GPS built-in to help keep track of people with dementia and alzheimer’s.  Cool, great idea, but it just seems a tad flawed.  Why?  How do you insure that the patient, or sick will even...