If you live one of those super exciting types of lives, record that shit and email it to me. I don't want any crappy video skills either so please strap on a Looxcie wearable video camera. The Looxcie looks like a nerdy Bluetooth headset.  The Looxcie hooks over one ear and records up to four hours of video at a time (only 480×320 at 15fps)....

Posted on Sep 15 2010 - 10:19am by Gadget King
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As much as I still can't see giving up my iPhone 4, it looks like the Android smartphone segment is slowly improving.  One of the better Android smartphones is the Samsung Galaxy S.  Read on for a full review of the Galaxy S. ...

It looks like the Apple iPad has its first real competitor, the Samsung Galaxy Tab.  The Samsung Galaxy Tab is Android based, has 3G and 802.11n, front and rear cameras, and should be hitting the shelves in the next few months. ...

Posted on Mar 24 2010 - 7:59am by Gadget King
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    "”Huge-ass screen? Check. Point-and-shoot beating camera? Check. The first Android smartphone to run on a 4G network: priceless? While we’re sure there will be a price to pay for the HTC Evo 4G ($TBA), we also know it’ll be worth paying. Operating on Sprint’s WiMax 4G network, the Evo will offer blazing download speeds,...

If you are one of folks waiting for the Motorola Cliq (coming out on T-Mobile’s network) you should be able to pre-order the phone in 19 days.  The phone likes to brag about being the first phone with social skills… whatever that means. The Motorola Cliq will run be Motorola’s first phone running the Goolge Android OS, and has the Motoblur software which...

At an event in Manhattan Monday, Samsung unveiled its new Jet smartphone, which features a fast 800MHz processor and Samsung’s proprietary OS that includes its Dolphin Web browser. Alas, the Jet won’t be flying into the U.S. anytime soon, though its designation as a UTMS phone leaves AT&T as its most probable destination if it does hit these shores....

ARM will be showing their Android prototype “Google Phone” in Barcelona’s Mobile World Congress next week.  As you may know, ARM manufactures the processors in many of todays phones.  No doubt they are showing this off to show what their chip can do.  {Source – Reuters, citing a “source” of their own} ...