Klipsch have just showcased their three newest headphones for the Apple faithful. The Image One, Image S5i Rugged and Image S3 are all meant for your iPhone/iPod and sport individual features to suit the user’s needs.
This price is quite a bit different than the $200 to $300 that has been reported for the US, although this price is probably a subsidized price when you take out a mobile data contract.
Personally I have no problem typing on the iPhone’s touchscreen keyboard, but there are many iPhone users who would like a physical keyboard to use with their iPhone 4.
It seems one company has come up with a cool solution for users who want a physical keyboard on the iPhone, the NUU Mini Key iPhone case.
If Bill and Dave were reading this post in heaven, we’re sure they’d be slapping each other’s backs. Despite the untimely resignation of their CEO, HP has maintained its position as the world’s numero uno PC maker with a market share of 18.1%.
This easily dwarfs rivals Dell and Taiwanese Acer, whose combined shares are just a little more than HP’s. HP’s dominance has been uninterrupted for a while now (not to mention predictable), leaving its two closest competitors to wrestle over second place.
Some of our readers will remember the iWatch concept that we featured on Geeky Gadgets a while back, well now you will be able to make your own iWatch using Apple’s new iPod Nano.
Flickr user ogikubokei decided to add a watch strap to his new iPod Nano, and it can now be worn like a standard wristwatch and display the time.
So in case you know how to build one, good luck scheduling an interview. If you’re wondering why the agency has a hankering for atomic clocks all of a sudden, bloggers have speculated it’s for synchronizing GPS and internet protocols needed by the QuaSAR program.
Android is becoming more popular as a smartphone OS, and more and more Android devices are being sold, now it seems according to Quantcast Android is also gaining in mobile browsing.
Quantcast are reporting that Android’s share of mobile traffic in the US rose to over 25 percent last month, which sees it ahead of RIM and other OS’s although it is still quite a way behind Apple’s iOS devices.
The basic instructions are dead simple: salvage the lens of a cheap disposable camera and attach it to a wire brace.
It really depends on the carrier deals Samsung scores Stateside. While the ideal retail price for the Galaxy Tab is somewhere between $200-$300, extra dollars may inflate it once it hits stores later this year. According to the Korea Times however, the Galaxy Tab could go as high as $400 and it’s likely the tablet would end up in the pricier end of the spectrum, so says a Samsung exec.
We have featured quite a few different spy gadgets here at Geeky Gadgets, the latest one is the is the Waterproof HD Spy Camera Watch.
The Waterproof HD Spy Camera Watch can take still photos at a 1600 x 1200 resolution, and can record video at a 640 x 480 resolution (not sure why they have called it HD as it cant record HD video).
Google [GOOG} will settle a lawsuit that was brought against them because of privacy issues for Google Buzz when it was launched for a total of $8.5 million.
The lawsuit was brought against Google by seven Gmail users, who were less than happy of the privacy controls in Google Buzz when it was launched. each of the seven Gmail users will receive a payment of $2,500.
IBM is claiming that their new 5.2GHz z196 processor is the worlds fastest processor. Of course we have seen consumer processors reach greater speeds, although this usually involves a serious amount of cooling.
The new IBM 5.2GHz z196 processor is an enterprise processor that was manufactured using IBM’s 45 nanometer technology, and it features 1.4 billion transistors that are capable of handling more than 50 billion instructions per second.