Following on from the Heath Robinson aircon reader spot it was great to get another readers submission, this time on the subject of caravan roof lights.
The phone in question – the highly desirable HTC Legend – is seemingly let down by weak point, when it comes to the battery cover.
Bit9 – a company that specialises in application Whitelisting services – has idenitified the “Dirty Dozen” of such phones, in a snappily entitled blog, Orphan Android – The Not-So-SMartphones of 2011. Android, specifically, is in their sights.
A company called WDS, which describes itself as a “wireless user experience” specialist, has reported on handset costs faced my mobile telecom providers.
You’ve got to smile at this one – a “sliced” grandfather clock. Maybe your modern flat is too miniscule for the full works. Maybe you like this “modern, minimalist take” on the classic standing clock…
Thanks to reader Peter S for sharing this with Made By Monkeys, an unfortunate story of failing lock mechanisms… He writes:
Will we hear about hinge cracking problems with the upcoming 3DS? Hopefully not, because the company has been highlighting the physical design decisions made around the 3D gaming console.
Let’s take look at some of the gadgets that failed to find lift off in 2010, maybe despite the best expectations.