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!
Lists are great. They help us keep organised, they record our achievements and they catalog our dreams. On paper, they can be beautiful, but they're also easy to lose and hard to share. Wunderlist attempts to bring the list into the 21st century with beautiful interfaces across all major smartphone and tablets. But is it actually any better than scribbling on a pad?
Pebble is the smartwatch that kickstarted the whole buzz. With this year set to see huge explosion in new watches, not least from the likes of Apple, we spent a few months with the original Pebble to see what it's like. Is the whole concept worth your money? Read on to find out.
Keeping your phone out of sight is a good way to protect it from thieves. But not every thief wants the phone, some of them want your private data and this can be stolen from you without them having to reach into your pocket or bag. Here are 5 ways to stay safe online with your beloved smartphone.
Clusterize is an app which finds you the best events to go to based on your interests. Follow your favourite clubs, performers, musicians or just keep up to date with where your friends are going out. Dependent on Gadgets gets in to going out.
A spot of heavy smartphone usage can see its battery dipping by lunchtime. You could carry a heavy powerbank around, remembering to keep that charged up, or you could 'borrow' a spot of phone juice from a friend, with this clever little invention currently seeking funding on Indiegogo from Waferlabs.
USB sticks were a great way to carry data around. Then we all bought iPhones and iPads that don't talk to them. With mobile devices limited on board memory, it would be great to be able to connect a USB stick and, if you have an Android gadget, you might be in luck.
Micro projectors are a great way of getting a big screen out of your mobile devices. A typical business device will set you back over £400, but on Ebay you can get them for as little as £35! Dependent on Gadgets set out to find if they really can match the big brands for so little money.