Samsung isn’t letting CES go by without introducing a few new accessories for its mobile devices. A pair of Bluetooth headsets are on tap, the HM1800 and HM6000 (the latter of which boasts a pair of mics for noise cancellation ) but, oddly enough, it the company’s “your sound” wired models that are getting the bulk of the attention. The EHS-60, 63, 70 and 71 all offer a twist on the wired stereo headset model. The high-end 70 and 71 are crafted of aluminum and include welcome features like anti-tangle cords. The most interesting, though, are certainly the asymmetrical EHS-63s [...]
Skype has released Skype 2.5 for Android which includes a list of new features and also expands the video calling feature to more Android devices.
14 additional devices whitelisted for video calling.
Video calls now supported in portrait and landscape. Double-tap to zoom.
Revised Recent view – conversations now grouped around your contacts.
Improved support for Bluetooth headsets.
In-client advertising. (Advertising will not be shown to users that have Skype Credit, a Calling or Skype Premium subscription.)
It is possible to edit and delete IM messages.
Skype will no longer restart [...]
Rather than wrestling with a spaghetti of cables, trying to find a spare plug socket, and plain losing chargers, buy the IDAPT I3.
The idea is simple: plug it into one power socket, and click your gadgets on top to charge them. There’s space for three, and the genius of the system is that each charging socket can be pulled out and replaced with a different ‘tip’ for a given gadget.
You get six in the box – iPhone/iPod (works fine with the 3GS), Micro-USB and Mini-USB, and tips for the latest types of Sony Ericsson, Nokia and Samsung mobile phones. And there’s more to [...]