Laptop trackpads have come a long way, but they're still a compromise to far when it comes to gaming and working with photos and video. For that you need a mouse, but something that travels as well as it works. So how does Microsoft's folding mouse stack up?
Holidays are great fun for us, but hard on our gadgets. Sun, rain, sand - being bounced around in a suitcase. Drop your bag and the holiday could get much more expensive if something breaks. Every holiday should have music though, so consider the ExPower Water Resistant Bluetooth speaker for travel friendly beats.
Whilst a stylus is cumbersome for operating a device, its still great for annotation and scribble. The iPad doesn't have official support for styli, but with apps like Penultimate and styli from Adonit you can write away to your heart's content. Question is, which app is best?
Gadgets are great, but mobile ones need a regular supply of juice to keep them working away from the wall socket all day - how many sockets in your house have a USB charger sitting permanently in place? Click through to see a potential solution.
Pebble watch apps tend to be functional with little attention paid to the aesthetic. That's probably not surprising since Pebble owners don't want you flattening that battery of theirs. However, it's nice when an app shows up that has some nice form as well as function. Every digital watch had a stopwatch - Timer+ brings it to your Pebble in a really attractive way.
Decent stickers can add some individuality to your favourite shiny gadget. They can also spruce up and refresh an aging one, giving it one last taste of cool, before the credit card takes another hit. Dependent on Gadgets sticks to to TenStickers to see how they hold up.
Smartphones are great when you're on the move - but a chat marathon on that tiny bar of glass and plastic when you're sitting in front of a PC does seem rather silly. MightyText allows you to text from your PC and more. Dependent on Gadgets puts down the smartphone and takes a closer look.
Laptops may have gotten sleeker and lighter, but the fundamental design is unchanged and it's all gotten a bit boring. Dare we leave it to big business supplier to come up with something innovative? Well, we should, because they've come up with a way to squeeze a big laptop into a small one!