The home phone isn’t talked about much anymore, and the mobile is to blame, but if you’re still in need of something for that home line, one of the originals is still around, and even has a couple of new products in case your old one decided to shut shop only recently.
Backpacks are great tools for bringing lots of bits and pieces with you — lunch, laptop, other things not beginning with the letter “l” — but try bringing a suit, and it’s just not going to happen, so a couple of Aussies went to work to change that.
If there’s one complaint that is consistent from readers, its smartphone battery life. We hear you, by the way, but short of telling you to use your phone less, there’s not a lot we can do, but if you’re an iPhone owner, Mophie has something that might do the trick.
We get lots of questions from readers, but one that never gets quite the right answer is what to do about memory cards that are on the way out. So what do you do if an SD card is failing, and what happens if you accidentally break one?
The pencil is coming back, with a return to form from the thing that let you fill out forms, or just write and draw as you please. App developer FiftyThree is leading the charge with a Bluetooth “Pencil” made for its popular app “Paper”.
Not all ebook readers are created equal, and while electronic ink is a closer to paper than an LCD screen, there are some differences, with the more pixels packed into a screen resulting in a clearer picture, and one model from Kobo hopes to help out in that area.
It’s not hard to see Apple’s iPad Air 2 as a serious content creation tool, and we’ve even written a book on the thing, but to do that, you generally need a decent set of keys, and these can make the iPad look a little bigger, but Moshi hopes to solve this.
Sitting on buses and trains with nothing to do may well be a thing of the past, as Belkin joins forces with Barnes & Noble for something particularly interesting, a backpack with an e-book reader built into the front of a backpack.
Fancy a smartwatch with a rose gold look but don’t want to fork out the arm or the leg? Asus might have you covered, provided you’re already using an Android phone.
The home is getting smarter, and that’s something you can attribute to smart lightbulbs, smart appliances, and a conversation happening between your gadgets, but you’re going to need another set of gadgets to watch over your home, and that’s where Arlo comes in.