I really like the cool stuff that the people over at Quirky come up with. The products the company designed and builds are different from anything else you find on the market. The latest product Quirky has designed with help from its readers is the Contort USB hub. The Contort has an integrated USB connector for plugging into the computer.
The WiFi-only version of Samsung's Galaxy Tab has shown up in the FCC's testing database, complete with the model number GT-P1010. The Froyo slate differs from its GT-P1000 sibling by omitting the 3G chipset and instead relying on WiFi b/g/n and Bluetooth 3.0 for its connectivity; otherwise it has the same 7-inch 1024 x 600 capacitive touchscreen, the 3-megapixel rear camera and front-facing 1.3-megapixel webcam.
Acer's Liquid Metal Android smartphone has been made official, a 3.6-inch metal-clad handset running 2.2 Froyo on the same Qualcomm 800MHz MSM7230 processor as found in the T-Mobile G2. The Liquid Metal packs WiFi b/g/n, 14Mbps-capable HSDPA and a 5-megapixel autofocus camera with face- and smile-detection, image stabilization, a flash and 720p HD video recording.
If you have gobs of music in your iTunes account but you aren't a fan of the iPhone and you don’t want to have to carry an iPod along with your smartphone in your pocket, WithMe has launched and will fix this problem. That is assuming you are on an Android smartphone.
The TV market is turning into a bit of a commodity market these days with everyone offering up sets that have very similar features and often use the same exact screens. All you get that is different on some sets is the brand name. Philips has unveiled a new green TV for Europe that is a bit boring called the Econova LED TV with a 42-inch screen.
At one point, most computer users end up needing more space to store data on their computers. We have learned from the world of netbooks and ultraportable notebooks that many of us can get along with an integrated optical drive. It's very hard to get along when you run out of storage space though.