I’ve been looking for a Bluetooth speakerphone that is easy to use and sounds great for a long time. A few have come close to doing the job for me but nothing really stood out… until now. An impulse buy while in CostCo last week led me to pick up the Jabra SP700. I’m really [...]
(Note- This post is done in order to share my experience creating a Hackintosh. It is not intended to recommend or encourage similar hacks. Gear Diary neither recommends, nor takes any liability, if you choose to do the same.) I’ve been through the whole UMPC thing from the start. I had a TabletKiosk UMPC the [...]
SplashShopper is a brilliant little program I use on both my iPhone and BlackBerry. The software organizes my grocery list and holiday gift giving. In the past I’ve done a lot of last minute buying only because I’d failed to make a proper list leading up to the holidays. Not so this year. I’ve tailored [...]
This week’s Wednesday Walkaround takes place on a brisk 15 degree (F) day in Dearborn, Mich. as we check out the all-new 2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid. (Click on the image for video) UPDATED with review!
Here’s a quirky idea for your next dinner party. This cup and saucer set are specially hand painted and give the illusion of ants marching up the saucer and into the cup. When guests linger too long at the end of the night, offer them coffee. Watch as they grab their coats and head for [...]
It’s no secret that many of the Team Members and Contributors here at Gear Diary have Macs. Some of us use them more for a Windows Machine, like me (sorry…the hardware is just too freakin’ awesome…), but most of us use them with their native OS, as intended. Like many people, most of us here [...]
A jumpy video has surfaced that shows the BlackBerry Application Suite apparently running on an AT&T HTC Fuze. The 4:16 video appears to confirm the existence of either a virtual BlackBerry OS that runs on top of Windows Mobile or someone with a lot of skills at making a move that appears to depict such [...]