It looks like a nondescript battery, but this is actually the world's smallest GPS, GSM and RF tracking device.
We've seen other laptop stands with built in fans, but this one promises to only cool your computer's hot spots.
Sony has just trotted out the Vaio NW, their new line of Blu-ray equipped, mid-market notebooks, and at 1.2-inches, they are quite slim too.
Remember that iPhone app which let you control your Canon DSLR (while it was connected via USB to a laptop) and even display a Live View feed? Well a new version will also add support for those with a penchant for Nikon cameras. The update, which is due out mid-July, is also said to feature a new, more intuitive UI . […
The Koenigsegg Quant, an impressive Batmobile-styled solar sportscar, could soon be going into production.
It looks like the incredibly cool new Blackberry Messenger app will be making its way to all devices running OS 5.0.
Vodafone seems to have let slip that Nokia are planning a "Mini" or "Lite" version of the recently released N97 smartphone.
Billed as an "intelligent, multi-user Touchwall" the kit, made by Schematic, uses their previous multitouch panels to create a surface which can be used by multiple people.
The first samples of HD video shot with the Olympus E-P1 have made it online, and it certainly looks like this camera has some skills.
Palm has hit back at Apple's thinly veiled threats that the Pre's iTunes syncing ability could go the way of the Dodo with newer versions of the software.
You've ordered the iPhone 3GS, Apple has shipped it, and UPS has picked it up and even taken it to your local branch... but that doesn't mean you will be getting your hands on that 3GS goodness just yet.
Remember those heady days when USB drives used to cost hundreds of dollars? Well, thanks to Kingston's latest 128GB monster, they can again.
The iPhone Dev Team has got us excited (and Apple worried) by announcing they have a fully-working software carrier unlock ready for the 3.0 firmware ahead of its official release.
Well, it looks like the Dell Latitude Z, a svelte, mid-range ultrathin, has come out of hiding for its first photo shoot.
This may not be the most attractive USB hub, but it's only $20 and it uses the power of the sun to charge your mobile phone and USB gadgetry.
Palm have "politely" warned the Pre homebrewers behind the Pre Dev Wiki not to talk about hacking the handset for internet tethering on their site ... because Sprint might complain.