Microsoft Unveils Voice And Movement-Activated Xbox Kinect Games

Microsoft unveiled its new Xbox 360 motion controller which is a completely hands-free games console with voice commands called Kinect. The launch included a number of new games including a driving simulation in which passengers rock their bodies to toss the car into cartwheels, a track and field tournament, and a Star Wars game with… Continue Reading …

Facebook Like Button Now A Physical Rubber Stamp

The widely used Facebook Like button has left the digital world and into our physical lives with a Rubber Stamp device for you to bang on everything that you Like. I was thinking real photos, documents, furniture, people…. ok maybe I went too far, but the implications are huge! If you are interested in owning… Continue Reading …

iPad: Apple reveals multi-touch tablet device

We first told you about the Apple Tablet in July 2009 and the rumors are now over! Calling it “way better than a laptop and way better than a phone,” Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveiled his company’s long-awaited iPad tablet-style multi-touch device today (Wednesday 27th Jan 2010).

SpyPhone App Steals Personal Data from ALL iPhones – Jailbroken or Not!

A Swiss iPhone developer has unveiled a new application that is capable of harvesting huge amounts of personal data from iPhones, including geolocation data, passwords, address book entries and email accounts information, images, Safari Browsing history, youtube, keyboard logger, etc. all this using just the public API exposed by Apple’s SDK. In order for this… Continue Reading …

Twitter Only Device Called Twitterpeek – Fact or Fiction?

*UPDATE: Twitterpeek now available here* As a “connected gadget guy” I had heard a few rumors that Peek (the company blissfully unaware that people generally do like BlackBerries, and I don’t much care that it’s on Oprah’s list – the future is smartphones and it isn’t slowing down anytime soon) was coming out with a… Continue Reading …