Samsung GT-C6625v

by Al

I was recently given one of the new Samsung GT-C6625v mobile phones to play with. It’s aimed at the office worker who needs email on the move and with the monthly tariff starting at £7.50 per user it could be a very attractive option for companies looking to reduce costs. The phone itself is very BlackBerryish with a full QWERTY keyboard below the 2.6” screen. It runs Windows Mobile and …

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Philips Norelco Bodygroom BG2030

by Mark R

I had a chance to try out the new Bodygroom BG2030 from Philips and Norelco, and I have to say that my face has never been so smooth. It was only afterward that I discovered that the Bodygroom is actually designed for all areas below the neck. However, it worked on my face! What can I say, the product does above and beyond its capacity. If you don’t believe me, …

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SanDisk Sansa Fuze Review

by Al

Sansa Fuze

The Sansa Fuze from SanDisk, is a cool little MP3/4 player along the same vein as the iPod Nano. We’ve recently been sent one to play with so here are our thoughts and findings (or a review so to speak). Aesthetically the Fuze is a cute little player.The physical UI consists of a rotating front dial which also acts as the 4 navigation buttons with the center button for selection. …

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BlackBerry Bold: Extensively Reviewed

by AndrewD

I’m a pretty devout iPhone user. My original iPhone has been good to me. The new 2.0 firmware upgrade takes the device to a whole new level of awesomeness. But as awesome as the iPhone is, I couldn’t help but drool a bit when I first glimpsed the BlackBerry Bold. RIM promised a unique mix of form and function and according to the Boy Genius Report, they’ve pretty much delivered. …

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A Chance to Try the BlackBerry 8830

by Mark R

BlackBerry 8830

As a cell-phone user who was eager for a smartphone with a QWERTY keyboard, I was eager to finally try out the BlackBerry 8830. The BlackBerry 8830 World Edition is definitely designed for business people on the go. In fact, it claims to be “the first CDMA smartphone capable of roaming globally on GSM/GPRS networks”. This means you can pretty much travel the world without having to change your phone, …

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Coolest Gadgets in National Treasure: Book of Secrets

by Mark R

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Recent weekend stats have shown that National Treasure: Book of Secrets has surpassed its predecessor. As a gadget blogger, I was amazed at the amount of cool gadgets displayed in this film, and would like to review several of them at once. None of these contain any spoilers to the film.

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LG KU990 Viewty Review

by Holly

LG Viewty

The new LG’s KU990 is undeniably a slinky number in the world of mobiles phones. It’s a slim and good looking and doesn’t feel plasticky. In simple terms this is a camera that you can ring people on as well as watch TV, browse the web and listen to music. Its large 66 mm touch pad screen occupies most of the front making it look like a tiny plasma whilst …

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Big Button Controller for your XBox 360

by Carolyn

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Recently, the demo for the game Scene It! was released on the XBox Live Marketplace. Being the thrifty consumer that I am, I downloaded the free demo so I could try the game before I bought it. It was a typical, lowest common denominator type of trivia game created to encompass the broadest possible audience. Being a geek who has lots of specialized, obscure trivial knowledge, this frustrated me.

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