We all knew it: the iPad wouldn’t be able to escape Blendtec’s hardcore test. The answer is: yes, it does blend. And here’s the video.
The Kindle 2 offers great reading hardware – but it’s impossible to upload pdf files to the devices. But luckily, there’s a a free conversion software which allows you to read your pdf-ebooks on your Kindle.
The successor of the G1 Google phone runnng on android is called… no, not G2. It’s name is actually HTC Magic, it comes without a keyboard, and, unluckily also without a standard headphone jack.
HP sent me their flagship multi-purpose deskjet 8500 for a test-drive. Here’s my five cents on why printers don’t necessarily need touchscreens.
The elongation proclamation: best/worst gadget carnival continues until the end of January, so come aboard.
Does android dream of electric sheep? The T-Mobile G1 is the first phone on the Austrian market that runs Android, Googles open source OS for mobile devices. Here’s a first-impression video.
Which gadget did you like best in 2008? And which piece of technology disappointed you most? It’s blog carnival time, so share your experiences.
Microsoft’s surface hardware enables coders to create amazing interfaces. Is this what the future workplace will look like?
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