If you're up in the air about purchasing an iPhone, you might want to wait before you buy one on a whim. I'm thinking that the iPhone will be great, however, it is not without its faults, so you might want to wait a bit and talk to someone that has been using it and see what they think. Why the caution? Because AT&T has changed their return policy just for the iPhone.
Usually with AT&T you have 30 days to check out a phone and see what you think. If you return it within that time, no harm no foul. However, you will be limited to 14 days with the phone and you will be charged a 10% restocking fee. If you thought buying the iPhone was expensive, just wait until you try to return it!
I can't say that the silver and grey Dell mouse I use at work has ever plunged me into a bout of depression, but if you're particularly attuned to the shade of your peripherals then Sony's latest range of "lifestyle" mice might jolt you out of your doldrums. The C3 is available in four different colours - white, black, white & green and pink & orange - while the M10 comes in the slightly more sober blue, grey or black.
If you've been thinking of going to the beach and making a giant iPhone sandcastle, then you might want to pick up a Castle King kit before you leave. Based on the equipment used by professional sand sculptors, the non-stick sheath uses sand's inherent water-retention balance to create big, carvable chunks.
The one thing worse than knowing there are hyper-rich people out there with all the cool toys you'd love to own, is knowing that they don't actually use most of them. Which is why it's semi-refreshing to read about James Glickenhaus, who commissioned a one-of-a-kind custom Ferrari called the P4/5; okay, so he's still indecently wealthy but at least he drives the car rather than leave it sat in an air-conditioned garage.
TabletKiosk's latest slates have already made me visibly moist, and GottaBeMobile's video review of the i440D has done nothing to dry me out. The 25mm thick Tablet PC is quite the mobile powerhouse, with the sleek, no-nonsense chassis containing a 12.1-inch dual-mode active/passive digitiser, room for up to 3GB of RAM and a 160GB SATA hard-drive.
Heres another tiny Linux PC that has a little more to it than the USB key PC. It will take up around 2 square inches of space. Wherever will you find room for it?
Are you a fan of polka music? Maybe you have longed to rock out with the great tunes from Weird Al. Unfortunately, it is getting harder and harder to find someone that will teach you the fine art of accordion. You don't really need to learn how to play an instrument, that's what video games are for.