It?s embarrassing when you go for a class or lecture, or attend a meeting or watch the movies when your phone suddenly starts to ring. This happens to the most careful of us from time to time as turning our phones off or putting it in silent mode just slips our mind. However this rather stylish jacket by designer Victor Johannson might be able to solve your woes by lining the interior of the jacket with the interference principles of a Faradays cage. This should in theory block all radio frequencies, thus turning your phone into a rather expensive piece of plastic while in your breast pocket. We?re not sure if this is the best solution, but we have to admit it looks pretty classy and could come in handy for those times when you just don?t want to be reached. Of course turning off your phone will work out the same way, but we?re always open to novel ideas.By Ubergizmo. Related articles: This arcade coin slot belt buckle could be a gamer's favorite fashion accessory, DENZIPFADEN interactive outfit targets DJs,
We?ve seen plenty of interesting looking cases and sleeves for the iPad before, but we think that this one ranks pretty high on the ?cute? list. Known as the Hoodie Sleeve, this is brought to us by the same company that introduced the V-neck shirts for the iPad, Computer Apparel. As you can see in the image above, the Hoodie Sleeve for the iPad, well, looks like a mini hoodie with the drawstrings and the zipper to complete the look, which at the same time doubles as a phone holder as well. It features a knit fleece interior which should keep your iPad nice and warm during the winter and will be available in a variety of different colors. Unfortunately it does not look like it will offer your iPad much protection against drops so if that?s what you?re after, you should probably look elsewhere. However if you want something a bit more novel, the Hoodie Sleeve will be available soon and will set you back $39.99.By Ubergizmo. Related articles: Twitter apps for iPad, iPhone and Android undergo major overhaul, Apple seeks iPad Smart Cover patent,
The launch of Windows 8 draws closer. Microsoft will release Windows 8 on October 26. One of the highly anticipated new Windows 8 hardware category are Windows 8 Tablets. Intel has invited the media...
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The new Sony PS3 console is approximately 20% smaller and 25% lighter than the current PS3. Sony also changed the overall design of the PS3 making it a bit cooler. Sony will offer the new PS3 with...
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Yesterday we reported that thanks to a leaked photo, we now have more images of RIM?s upcoming Blackberry L-series Blackberry 10 device. Now it seems that a rendering of the Blackberry L-series has surfaced (via @Gustavitt). The poster was rather cryptic as to where they got the rendering, perhaps it was self-created, fan-made or could be real, but either way it looks like a more complete looking version of the Blackberry L-series. Of course it could be created based on the leaked photos so far, but either way we have to admit that it looks pretty good and hopefully the final product will be just as amazing. Until the official announcement, we suggest you take this with a grain of salt for now, but what do you guys think? Will this be a Blackberry 10 device you wouldn?t mind picking up for yourself?By Ubergizmo. Related articles: HTC Trade Up program could net you up to $300 for your old phone, Cyan Nokia Lumia 920 spotted in Red Bull app promo,
So later today HTC is expected to unveil some new products ? what exactly those are remain to be seen, but it seems that HTC thinks that you will want them and has since launched a trade in program called the HTC Trade Up. Basically as the name suggests, buying a HTC phone is a ?trade up? and to ?thank? you for making that decision to jump ship to HTC, or perhaps upgrade your current HTC to a newer HTC model, the Taiwanese company will be offering customers up to $300 for your old phone. Of course we don?t expect many phones to get the $300 value and probably the top-end phones like the Galaxy S3, the iPhone and the One X will get those prices, but we figure it?s still money saved anyway, right? More information on the HTC Trade Up program can be found on HTC?s website.By Ubergizmo. Related articles: This Blackberry L-series rendering may or may not be real, but it looks pretty good, Cyan Nokia Lumia 920 spotted in Red Bull app promo,
It wasn?t too long ago that Nokia took the wraps off the Lumia 920 Windows Phone 8 device, which according to the rumor, could be launched on AT&T?s network come 21st of October. While that remains to be seen, if you have been following the tech news, then you probably know that the Lumia 920 will be offered in yellow, red, white, gray and black, oddly enough leaving out the rather iconic cyan color which was offered on the N9, the Lumia 800 and the Lumia 900.
Well for those who are really particular about how their phone looks like, you might be interested to learn that there is a possibility that the Lumia 920 could be offered in cyan as well despite it not being officially mentioned. This was spotted in a Red Bull app promo where (in the video above) at 0:38 you will see the yellow Lumia 920 make a split second switch to cyan before reverting back to yellow. We?re not sure if this was done on purpose to hint that a cyan version is incoming or if it was some sort of editing error, but for those who like to stand out from the crowd, stay tuned for more updates!By Ubergizmo. Related articles: AT&T to launch Nokia Lumia 920 on October 21st?, Nokia concludes Lumia 920 fake video investigation, "appropriate action" has been taken,
Dell has unveiled a handful of devices today ? such as the Latitude 10 enterprise tablet and the Latitude 6430u Ultrabook aimed at the business user on the go, which is why it?s not too surprising to learn that Dell has unveiled an all-in-one desktop system for businesses. Given the OptiPlex 9010 moniker, this is an all-in-one desktop system that has a touchscreen display built into it, thus not only helping save space at work, but will also help to increase interactivity and hopefully collaboration in the process. It also includes a fixed or rotating camera which can be used for video conferencing. It features a 23? 1920×1080 display and will be powered by a vPro-equipped Ivy Bridge processor under the hood with Microsoft?s upcoming Windows 8 running the show.
The OptiPlex 9010?s pricing has yet to be determined, but we expect that we will be given the details upon its release which should be around the same time as Windows 8 launches. So, any business owners out there planning on picking up a couple of these for their offices?By Ubergizmo. Related articles: Dell Latitude 6430u Ultrabook will be targeted at enterprise users on the go, Dell Latitude 10 Windows 8 tablet revealed,
With the Ultrabook craze already catching on, it?s no surprise that Dell has unveiled yet another Ultrabook device that they can add to their portfolio. Known as the Latitude 6430u, this is a pretty sleek looking Ultrabook that has been designed for the business user in mind, and as such has been built not just to be mobile, but also to withstand certain harsh elements and abuse up to a certain extent, along with a host of other security features that will hopefully appeal to the enterprise user who might need to bring sensitive data with them on the go. (more…)By Ubergizmo. Related articles: Dell Inspiron 15R and 17R, Dell XPS 13 ultrabook now available for $999.99,
If you?re working in an industry that requires you to bring a tablet with you constantly, such as making your rounds at the hospital as a doctor/nurse, or in the government or even at schools where tablets might be adopted, you might be interested to learn that Dell has unveiled a new 10? tablet. Dubbed the Latitude 10, it will be enterprise compliant in the sense that it will suppose existing Microsoft productivity applications while featuring the ability to plug into existing management consoles. It will come with a swappable battery which means that you can expect to use this for years on end and will only have to swap out for a new battery once it starts to get weak without having to replace the device entirely.
It comes with Dell Data Protection and Encryption and other security features such as a fingerprint reader and a smart card reader to authenticate the user before using the tablet. As far as the rest of its specs are concerned, it will feature a 10.1? Gorilla Glass display with a resolution of 1366×768, an Intel Clover Trail Atom dual-core processor, 128GB of storage that can be expanded via SD, and will run on Windows 8. No word on pricing just yet but it is expected to be released at the launch of Windows 8 so we expect we might not have to wait too long for it.By Ubergizmo. Related articles: Dell reveals OptiPlex 9010 with Windows 8, Dell Latitude 6430u Ultrabook will be targeted at enterprise users on the go,