Well, OK, it’s not the kind of dongle you’d expect. The paperback sticky note is a pad of paper that sticks to the back of your iPhone 6, allowing you to (gasp) use your phone as an actual, real notepad as well as a computer.
The original pitch for Automatic was simple: plug this thing into the port underneath your dashboard and keep track of everything from fuel economy to fault codes. Now it’s out with a new device, developer tools, and an app store that lets you pre-heat your house, log lap times, and even send a Yo.
There's too much year left to name Vudu Spark the worst gadget of 2015. But it will without question go down as the most cynical.
Progressive Insurance offers customers the option to plug a device into their cars' OBDII ports to track their driving and lower their insurance rates. Unsurprisingly, it's about as secure as a Tiffany necklace left on a sidewalk. But that doesn't mean the dongle will turn your car into a killer robot.
Everyone knows of Google's successful Chromecast dongle, and the amount of imitators and competitors for USB-powered streaming supremacy are steadily climbing. Roku revealed its own Streaming Stick earlier this year and now Microsoft will be releasing its Wireless Display Adapter in late October.
When it comes to streaming content to televisions, we certainly have choices—and Microsoft may offer another.
Getting my geriatric laptop to play with whichever Wi-Fi network I'm using is always an adventure. Almost as fun as trying to pair my wireless headphones with the machine's non-existent Bluetooth connection. If only there were a single dongle to do both—easily.
Starting next week, you'll be able to prepare for AT&T's LTE network on your laptop, tablet (or whatever else!) with a new hotspot or USB dongle. But how much will the mobile broadband run you?
Cities including Atlanta, Chicago, Denver, Detroit, Dallas, Houston, LA, Miami and San Francisco have had the T-Mobile 4G network switch flicked on, which is just as well because T-Mobile is now selling its first 42Mbps dongle, the Rocket 3.0. [T-Mobile]
A new month is upon us! Warmth! Fresh air! Smiling children! Tax refunds! Flowers! And plenty of gadgets—tablets and smartphones and dongles, oh my!—crave. Here's our newest of the best of the Bestmodo.
As hard as it may be to believe or abide, there hasn't yet been an LTE dongle that's Mac-compatible until today. About time! If you've got a MacBook and you're in the market for some of Verizon's sweet 4G honey, your wait has officially ended.
With the power of Bluetooth...comes BlueSLR! A magical Bluetooth dongle which hooks up to Nikon DSLRs for controlling from iOS devices up to 300 feet away. Unfortunately only Nikon cams are supported at the mo, but Canon's aren't far behind.
From price to power consumption to available tracking channels to, well, just about everything, the PhotoTracker Plus is a step ahead of the GP-1 when it comes to geotagging your photos on a Nikon DSLR.
It's about time you got around to digitizing those prized Full House video tapes you have stashed in the attic. Buffalo's PC-SDVD/U2G dongle is one of the most efficient ways we've seen, connecting to your VHS player and PC.