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Hi guys, we were very slow on the uptake with our facebook and Twitter pages but they are now both up and flowing so there is no better time for our thousands of loyal readers to get their daily fix of gadgets and gizmos. We know thousands of you read our content every day and would find it very cool if we could bring you the latest gadgets and news every day. ...

First came the electric guitar, then guitar hero and now removing any need for a musical bone in your body we have Paper Jamz. A product that can turn any clumsy fingered oaf into an actual rock god (well from a distance at least). Paper Jamz have been bought to the market by WowWee, the same company that invented the Roboscooper, various robotic pets and of course the Robosapien. These new paper instruments come in various forms including the popular guitar, drums and there is even an amp to plug the instruments into (made of paper of...

I attended the 2010 Computers Unlimited expo yesterday, a tradeshow purely for third party manufacturers that design products for use with Apple Macs, iPods and the iPad. The show was a fantastic blend of hardware, software and peripherals. In all there were 45 brands at the show, all showcasing something new and exciting. Over the next few days I am going to write some in depth reviews, for now I thought I’d show you some of the more interesting and unusual products from the show. BookBook On the journey into London I actually...

There’s been a whole host of IFA news this week as you would imagine and Europe’s largest tech and gadget exhibition hasn’t failed to disappoint. As predicted and expected a lot of attention was paid to 3D TV and 3D gaming because that’s pretty much where we’re all at in terms of what we want next. LG was the busiest 3D bunny on show. In an exclusive announcement they said that they would be extending their 3D agreement with Sky 3D to provide more 3D goodies. They also unveiled nano technology that will mean...

Last week’s entry Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days managed to take the spot despite being little more than a mediocre title and, worse still, Mafia II has achieved the same thing. Top of the charts for both the XBox 360 and the PS3, Mafia II proves that if you’ve got an average game and you want to get attention then you wait until there’s a lull in the releases. Last week’s leader, Kane & Lynch 2 has dropped to 2nd place while the arguably better title Toy Story 3 (we never throught we’d say that either)...

With an update of everything from the last 7 days in gadgets and tech, the weekly round up is your quick fix of all things gaming, TV, design concepts, eco-gadgets, and Internet news. ...

The iPhone is an absolute phenomenon especially in terms of its app store that operates under the premise that if there’s just about anything you want to do or be able to do then there’s an app for that. Whether your thing is sport, movies, or news you can get an app to keep you updated, find venues, and more. For shopping junkies there are apps to find your nearest high street stores or to buy anything from a pair of socks or a pint of milk to a new house. ...

They couldn’t be much more polar in their game play and content, but Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days has overtaken Toy Story 3 to hit the top spot for all platforms in its debut week. The game is number 1 for both the XBox 360 and the PS3 while Super Mario Galaxy 2 remains top for the Nintendo Wii. Last week’s new entry Madden 11 has slipped while the Nintendo’s only new entry this week, We Sing: Encore, has only managed to reach number 6. ...

Posted on Aug 22 2010 - 11:26pm by Matt Jackson
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A round up of the weekly gadget and technology news including the whacky and the wonderful. There’s gaming, green tech, new cars, a weird motorbike, and the world’s record holding speed texter. Not a bad week, all in all. ...

It’s that time of the month again when we get to drool at the beautiful new cars that are being released and, thanks in no small part to a US manufacturer called Panoz, we can drool with very good reason. There’s also a new tardis from Peugeot which is smaller than a Smart but somehow seats four people. There’s a tech riddled Citreon C4 and a souped-up version of the 4 door Porsche. ...