Tag: gadgets

CoolSmartPhone Software Shop!

Today (well, actually it was yesterday, but I had a few too many beers) marks the launch of the CoolSmartPhone Software Shop! We're working with "ClickGamer" to bring you the hottest Smartphone games, and don't forget to try before you buy ! Grab the...

I want one !!!!!! :)

I've had 1...2...3,4,... well, about 500 emails asking me, "how do I change my case", or "I wanna change my facia, how do I do it?". Up until now it's not been as easy as the Nokia handsets, which seem to have all manner of extra bits on …

Pockethub for SPV?

Control your pc and read and send email from your SPV using pockethub. PocketHub lets you remotely access your own PC wherever you are. You can use your existing mobile phone, your PDA or another computer to control and manage all your files, email, a...

Mobile implants?

Silicon.com asks whether it may be a good idea to have mobile devices implanted into children. This comes off the back of recent news announcing the HUGE uptake in mobile phones for children, plus the increasing revenue gained from ringtones etc. Cra...

Be a newsmaker!

A new service from BlueHereNow allows anyone with a camera phone, digital camera, laptop or PDA to send in photos that are related to local news events. This is an excellent idea and has already been seen in the UK recently when people sent pictures o...

Request – sending a call-card number?

Using an calling card on spv to work with Orange!! My old T68i had a calling card feature in which you could presend a 0800 freephone number before sending the tones of a number in your telephone book. This is so that you can call numbers very cheaply...

Buy it with your camera

A fantastic new way of shopping is coming out of Japan. Mobile phone users are soon to be shopping by snapping a photo of a special bar code which will sit alongside a product. Mediastick, the firm behind the idea, will licence their special MediaSti...

A light-projected keyboard?

A new light-projected keyboard is being worked on by Californian company Canesta. Their chipsets will allow a beam of light to project a fully functional keyboard onto a flat surface! NEC and an un-named American manufacturer are already working on h...