OS X Lion's Backward Scrolling Really Emphasizes iOS Direction of Macs

You can change the settings in preferences, of course, but Mac OS X Lion has trackpad scrolling backwards from what's normal. Instead of two finger scrolling down making pages go down, it goes up, like if you were touching the screen. Like iOS. As if we needed more indication that Apple is trying to unify their touch… » 2/24/11 2:32pm 2/24/11 2:32pm

DIY Scrolling LED Business Cards Miss Point of Business Cards, Still…

Click to view » 9/03/08 9:45am 9/03/08 9:45amOver at is this DIY project that will let you make your own slender electronic business cards with built-in LED display. They're pretty cool, displaying a number of different scrolling data messages at the push of a button, and apparently cost just about $5 per card. The "slender" description means…

Logitech MX 1100 Mouse Review (Verdict: Our Favorite Mouse Ever)

The Gadget » 8/22/08 12:00pm 8/22/08 12:00pm: Logitech's cordless laser mouse, which is a combination of the MX1000 (which we've used for years) and the slightly newer . It's wireless, which is great for most everyone, and contoured to your hand for extra comfort. There's also an on-board DPI toggle for sensitivity and the ability to switch…

Diesel LED Watches Have Hidden Mirror Displays for Sci-Fi Chic

Ah, a digital watch with an LED display that's not impossible to read... fantastic! Even better, the LEDs on these new watches from Diesel are a dot-matrix screen, and are hidden behind a mirror surface that makes the whole package look suitably sci-fi. Like something Luke would've worn on his cybernetic wrist. You… » 6/12/08 9:15am 6/12/08 9:15am

How To Enable Two Finger Scrolling on Old Apple Laptops

Owners of old Mac laptops can join in on the fun of the newer laptops with this two-fingered scrolling trackpad driver. For the unfamiliar, two-finger scrolling means you press two fingers down on the trackpad and move up or down, and whatever you're looking at scrolls up or down. Essentially like the scroll wheel on… » 4/03/07 6:00pm 4/03/07 6:00pm

Okwap S868 Windows Mobile Smartphone With Virtual Click-Wheel

Just when you think HTC's dominated the market, OKWAP's S868 Pocket PC phones comes out and shows that HTC's not the only Taiwanese brand that can make good Windows Mobile smartphones. The S868 runs WM5 Pocket PC Edition (the non-gimped, touchscreen one) and has an Intel PXA270 416MHz Processor, 128MB ROM, 64MB RAM, a… » 1/31/07 7:45pm 1/31/07 7:45pm