Archive for July, 2011

James Dyson Award – Just over one week left to enter!

Monday, July 25th, 2011

The James Dyson Award is having one last call for entries, if you’re a university level students of product design, industrial design or engineering and have a cracking good idea then you have precious little time to get your submission together and shoot for that £10,000 top prize. Collate video, images, sketches, stories and details […]

iPhone 4 Eye Scope Zoom Lens Review

Monday, July 18th, 2011

The iPhone 4 isnt exactly known for its camera which, whilst not altogether terrible, is not a patch on the 8mp beasts you might find in a Nokia handset. But none-the-less there’s never been a shortage of accessories that endeavour to help you make the most of that camera. The Eye Scope Zoom Lens is […]

Solwise 183n Battery Powered 3G Router Review

Saturday, July 16th, 2011

A while back I took a look at the MiFi 2352. Since then, the idea of a mobile 3G WiFi hotspot has become widespread, with carriers offering various solutions. However, none of these solutions really represent a proper 3G “router” and are, for the most part, fairly dumb access points with very limited enterprise functionality. […]

ABC PocketPhonics for iPad Review

Tuesday, July 12th, 2011

It’s no secret that the iPad is a brilliant educational tool. But it’s only as good as the software you run on it. It should come as no surprise, then, that the educational software market for the iPad is growing, and is already diverse and competitive. I’m constantly keeping an eye out for educational software […]

iLuv iMM747 Audio Cube for iPad/iPhone

Saturday, July 9th, 2011

Not in the least bit cubic, but providing a 10watt dock connector for juicing up your iPad, the iLuv iMM747 is a compact little speaker dock for your kitchen audio needs. Its punchy enough to take on other roles, too, but if you’re anything like me, you need some music to motivate you during the […]

iControlPad Review

Saturday, July 9th, 2011

I’ve had the iControlPad, a Bluetooth game controller for the iPhone, Android phones and other devices, for some time now and have thoroughly enjoyed catching up on my classic gaming favourites. Read on for an exhaustive review of its ins and outs. After waiting years for the Pandora, and continuing to wait with unwavering patience, […]

Nokia X7 Launched On Three

Monday, July 4th, 2011

The 4″, 640×360 pixel AMOLED display and 8MP camera boating a dual LED flash alone make the new Nokia X7 a drool-worthy Symbian phone. Add to that the ability to record 720p HD video, and a 16GB storage card ( it will take up to 32GB ) in the box that you can record to […]