3D Tech – Christmas Gift Guide 2010

If 1991 was "the year punk broke", then 2010 similarly could be called "the year 3D broke". By broke, we mean "broke through to the mainstream"; going from a novelty cinema fad to a must-have technology in any budding gadget…

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Gerald Lynch3D Tech – Christmas Gift Guide 2010

Retro toys to sell big, as UK is expected to spend £6.4bn online this Christmas

With the Christmas shopping season now in full-swing, the items that are set to be the must-have gifts this festive period are starting to rear their heads. With UK shoppers expected to spend £6.4 billion online this year according to…

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Gerald LynchRetro toys to sell big, as UK is expected to spend £6.4bn online this Christmas

Tron, Lego, Star Wars and more wrapped up by Firebox this Christmas

If there was a tech equivalent of Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory, it'd probably be the gadget and gizmo heaven that is Firebox.com .Tech Digest recently got to have a play around with all their latest and greatest gear, and made…

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Gerald LynchTron, Lego, Star Wars and more wrapped up by Firebox this Christmas

Video: Robot chimp? You got it; enter Dave the Funky Shoulder Monkey

Tipped for the top of kids' Christmas lists this year is Dave the Funky Shoulder Monkey robot. Priced £24.99, Dave can perform over 30 different actions and movements, controlled via remote control. And yes, before you ask, that includes…

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Gerald LynchVideo: Robot chimp? You got it; enter Dave the Funky Shoulder Monkey

Top Ten Geeky Valentine Presents: For Him

It's that time of year again, where we all rush off to Clinton's for a naff card, a syrupy teddy and a box of Quality Streets for our loved ones. Yep, Valentine's Day rears its sickly head once again,…

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Gerald LynchTop Ten Geeky Valentine Presents: For Him

23% of Britons use the net to take a sneak peek at their Christmas presents

A recent survey of 1,000 people conducted by web analytic specialists Webtrends has revealed that one-in-four of us will take a sneaky peek at what our partners have bought for us online this Christmas. No present-shaking guessing games for us…

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Gerald Lynch23% of Britons use the net to take a sneak peek at their Christmas presents

Brits get easier way to personalise T-shirts with CafePress UK launch

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Anyone who’s been hanging around the Internet for a while will probably have come across CafePress, a US-based site that allows T-shirts and various other gift/novelty items to be personalised and shipped.

Nice idea, except for the appalling pound-to-dollar exchange rate at the moment, plus the added cost and delay of importing gear from the States.

Fear not! CafePress has launched its UK web site which should make it less of a hassle to get your designs to the UK and Europe…

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Andy MerrettBrits get easier way to personalise T-shirts with CafePress UK launch

GALLERY: IXUS and PowerShot compact upgrades from Canon

It seems rather like HD video recording has become what makes a compact camera high spec this week which is a bit of shame given that it has little to do with taking photos. Nevertheless, even the mighty Canon has succumbed to the apparent desires of the public by announcing a relatively expensive range of Ixus models in excess of £250 in which only two feature wide angle lenses.

Mercifully, the PowerShot series holds the side up with more under the hood…

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Daniel SungGALLERY: IXUS and PowerShot compact upgrades from Canon