Dealzmodo: Holiday Shopping Is Looking Cheaper By the Minute

We know you didn't have enough with our previous Road to Black Friday deals, so here's another round up with a lot more offers. 22 offers including an LG ME770 for $99 (previously $299), a load of other unlocked cellphones, a Panasonic 40GB Hard Drive camcorder for $250, and headphones, TVs, digital cameras, laptops,… » 10/22/08 3:00pm 10/22/08 3:00pm

miBook PDA is for Ladies Doing Lady Things...WTF?!

The miBook is a $130 PDA with a 7" screen that teaches skills to people through step-by-step videos and other multimedia. Now, we don't like to reinforce gender stereotypes, but the pictures of each $20 title in the gallery below, such as cooking, gardening and home decorating show a woman learning the job—all except… » 6/16/08 4:40pm 6/16/08 4:40pm

Elektrobit Introduces Jack-Of-All-Trades Satellite Phone

Elektrobit is bringing satellite phones to the masses with its new Satellite/Terrestrial Reference PDA Phone. Gone is the bulky antenna sported by satellite phones of yore, replaced with a sleek, qwerty-keyboard PDA look that's just a touch thicker than a Blackberry 8800. The concept product runs Windows Mobile 6.1… » 4/19/08 7:30pm 4/19/08 7:30pm

Pencil-Pushing Census Bureau Dumps Portable Tech for Pencils

To our friends at Treehugger, please look away as we report that the Census Bureau is ditching plans to go digital and will return to its sinful pencil-pushing, paper-crazy roots. Originally, the Bureau planned for workers to use 500,000 wireless handheld devices from Harris Corp. as a replacement for the paperwork… » 4/06/08 11:30am 4/06/08 11:30am

Modu Transforming Cellphone System First Video Hands-On

After playing with the new Modu cellphone system, I'm impressed about how well their idea works. The core module integrates very well with the jackets, even if some were not operative. It feels very much like Apple's philosophy—allegedly one of Modu's role models. Could this idea work in the consumer electronics… » 2/12/08 6:30am 2/12/08 6:30am

nuvifone: Garmin Drops a Phone into the GPS

Click to viewToday in a surprise announcement in New York City, Garmin whipped out the nuvifone, a full-fledged GSM HSDPA smartphone built on its own operating system with GPS navigation at its core—but e-mail and web browsing close to its heart, and a camera built in too. No pricing or carrier announcement has been… » 1/30/08 7:46pm 1/30/08 7:46pm

iFolio Converts iPhone into Ultra-Light Laptop, So Light It Doesn't…

With visions of the MacBook Air hovering tantalizingly before us, one designer took a page from the now-dead Palm Foleo and has docked the iPhone into a really barebones 12" chassis—essentially nothing more than a screen, keyboard and USB ports. Willy Yonkers, its creator, thinks that if you kept it simple it could… » 1/15/08 2:40am 1/15/08 2:40am

Palm's Black Friday Deals Clear Phoneless PDAs Out of the Warehouse

Are you looking for a PDA that doesn't have a phone component? No? Neither is anyone else, which is why Palm is using Black Friday as an excuse to push some older merch out the door. Starting right now, you can score a Palm TX for $199 and a Tungsten E2 for $149. Not that they're bad deals, what with the TX sporting… » 11/20/07 1:15pm 11/20/07 1:15pm