Top 10 London Fashion Week iPhone/iPad apps

Gerald Lynch Features, iPad, iPad apps, iPhone, iPhone, iPhone apps, Round ups, Tech Digest news 16 Comments

"Fashion can be bought. Style one must possess." Choice words there from Edna Woolman Chase, editor in chief of style-bible Vogue magazine from 1914-1952. Tech Digest, however, can neither afford to be dedicated followers of fashion, nor had the…

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Couples "three times more likely" to text I LOVE YOU this Valentine's than say it

Gerald Lynch Mobile phones, Tech Digest news Leave a Comment

Got that loving feeling? Well these days you're 3 times more likely to open your heart via text than just opening your mouth and saying it. A poll of 2,137 people aged over 18 in the UK showed that 61%…

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iPhone App Round-up: Valentine's room, Riddim Ribbon, Postman Pat and more!

Gerald Lynch Apple, Features, Gallery, iPhone, iPhone apps, iPod, Round ups 2 Comments

This week's trip to Apple's app store finds the shop in a romantic mood. Opening the doors to their Valentine's room reveals a wealth of loved-up e-cards and love poems, as well as apps to make sure you get your…

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Top Ten Geeky Valentine Presents: For Him

Gerald Lynch Apple, Camcorders, Cameras, Digital Music, Features, Gadgets, Gallery, Gaming, Google, Headphones / Earphones, iPad, Mobile phones, Robots, Round ups, Spotify, Stupid Gadgets, Tablet, Tech Digest news, Toys, Weirdness 3 Comments

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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Truphone offer free Valentine's Day calls across the world

Gerald Lynch Mobile phones, Tech Digest news Leave a Comment

Looking to "spread the love" this Valentine's Day, mobile communications provider Truphone will be offering free calls to 30 countries across the world on February 14th. The 24 hour long promotion includes free landline calls to much of Europe,…

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2008: The gadgets we couldn't live without

Duncan Geere Gadgets, Top Fives 6 Comments

As the lights go out tonight on 2008, we thought we’d reflect back in the year just gone, and pick a few gadgets that we absolutely, positively, couldn’t live without this year. I’ve contributed a couple, and I’m sure I speak for everyone when I say it was tough to narrow the list down.

I could have nominated my brilliant Acer Aspire One netbook. I could have nominated my beloved Zune 30 MP3 player (and very nearly did). I probably should at least mention my Victorinox WT messenger bag that goes almost everywhere that I do. However, none of those approach the love that I have for the gadgets that made the list.

See those gadgets, and Dan and Gary’s choices, too, by clicking on my beloved N95 below.

Related posts: Top 100 Christmas Presents 2008 | Top 10 Tuesday: Best Christmas Gadgets

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BenQ show off new short-throw, silent and ultra-bright projectors

Duncan Geere Home cinema Leave a Comment

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My cup’s running over with projectors right now, after BenQ announced a whole heap of new models yesterday lunchtime. They’re all rather impressive too – one range are ultrabright, one range are deathly quiet, and there’s a selection of remarkably short-throw models that can project a 74″ picture on a screen just one metre away…

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Nintendo's Wii "aids bonding" and will bring about an end to all crime and dysfunction

Gary Cutlack Gaming Leave a Comment

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It’s Happy News Friday! When you spend all of Saturday night playing Wii Sports or Smash Bros. or whatever it is people do with their Wiis other than put them away in cupboards until next Christmas, you’re not just playing a game – you’re making a difference.

A survey by stat-counter GfK NOP found that 83% of people in the UK think Wii “increases family interaction” thanks to its collection of simplistic party games that even Great Uncle Wilfred can manage to play after half a bottle of whiskey…

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Hug Shirt from CuteCircuit allows you to send hugs via Bluetooth

Katherine Hannaford Apparel, Mobile phones

hugshirt4.jpg Bluetooth accessories for mobiles tend to revolve around Nathan Barley-esque headsets or dinky little speakers, so it’s refreshing to see a company like CuteCircuit thinking outside the box.

They’ve designed a product called Hug Shirt which pretty much does what it says on the label, with the Bluetooth sensors and actuators attached to the shirt allowing you to send a hug to a friend who’s also wearing the shirt. This is all well and good, until of course you inevitably meet up that evening, as after sending hugs…

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