IFA 2011 Best in Show video round-up

The annual IFA tech show in Berlin has come to a close for yet another year, after bringing plenty brand new gadgets and gizmos to the table to start saving for. It's a massive show, packed with everything from…

INTERVIEW: Electro legend Jean-Michel Jarre on his 11ft AeroDream iPad dock

Tech Digest got a little starstruck at this year's IFA 2011 conference, as we got to meet electronic music pioneer Jean-Michel Jarre. The electro star's presence caused quite a stir at the show, not least of all thanks to…

REVIEW: Wacom Bamboo Stylus for iPad

Earning your place among the iPad accessory elite in a market already so cluttered is difficult enough, but for touchscreen styluses it's even harder. With presumably the majority of touchscreen owners equipped with ten fingers that work perfectly fine on capacitive screens, a stylus is a particularly hard sell. Can Wacom's Bamboo Stylus for iPad prove its worth, or are you better off just using your own stubby digits for ultimate touchscreen control?

REVIEW: Crayola ColorStudio HD

Accessory makers Griffin have teamed up with everyone's favourite crayon brand Crayola for the latest entrant in their App Powered line. The Crayola ColorStudio HD pairs a digital stylus with a free iPad app, letting kids get creative on Apple's tablet without getting felt tip marks down the sofa, or worse; your slate's screen itself. But is the ColorStudio HD set any replacement for a colouring book and a cheap set of pencils?

REVIEW: JBL OnBeat iPad / iPod speaker dock

iPhone/iPod docks are two-a-penny these days, but iPad docks? Even more than a year after the tablet's launch, they're still a relative rarity. JBL's latest speaker dock, the JBL OnBeat, could well be your one-stop-shop dock when it comes to blaring out music from an iOS device, thanks to a dock that supports iPhones, iPods and larger iPad slates. But is it any good? Read on to find out.