Popular Accessories Articles for 2011
The Nintendo 3DS is the latest handheld offering from the Big N, and with it comes a first for gaming: glasses-free 3D. Is there more to this portable device that[...]
Along with the introduction of the Motorola Atrix 4G came the debut of the Lapdock, a docking station that promises to turn your smartphone into a fully-featured laptop. Can your[...]
Jawbone makes some of the best Bluetooth headsets available, and the Jawbone ERA comes with not just amazing noise cancellation capabilities, but also spoken status messages, and even an accelerometer.[...]
The Bluetooth Watch with Caller ID lets users see who is calling them without looking at their phone... in theory, anyway. Check out a review of this accessory to see[...]
Whether you're getting ready to accessorize a new smartphone, or you're shopping for a great holiday gift, finding the right add-on gadget for an Android OS phone can be particularly[...]
The PowerSkin for the iPhone 4S promises to double the phone's battery life, thanks to a built-in 2,000 mAh battery. So is this a clever marketing gimmick by PowerSkin or[...]
There is now only a fine line between the iPod touch and the iPhone, what with the recently unveiled next-generation Apple Peel 520 bridging the gap between the two devices.
The shape and size of the Apple iPhone 4S is very close to that of its predecessor, but it's not exactly the same. This means that many cases that were[...]
Vulkano Flow allows you to watch everything from your home TV on your smartphone or tablet, whether it's iOS or Android. Read an in-depth review of this accessory that's a[...]
Brighthand's Site Editor has always carried his smartphone around without any kind of a case, but a recent mishap has caused him to reconsider this. So he's looking for reader[...]
If you're an iPhone user who finds the virtual keyboard a little too, well, little, or otherwise unsatisfying, you might want to try ThinkGeek's TK-421 iPhone Case With Flip-Out Keyboard.
While doing your holiday shopping this year, take a look at some fun and/or practical camera accessories, docking stations, chargers, and other iPhone add-ons, each priced $15 to $130.[...]
The built-in speakers make listening to music or any kind of audio on your smartphone or tablet a bad experience. Ed Hardy brings us a review of the Aluratek Bump[...]
Still doing last-minute shopping? Technology Guide has put together 25 gift suggestions for accessories you can get for someone on your list who has a smartphone, tablet, or PC.
OnLive, the cloud gaming company, has launched a free app that brings gamers access to top-tier console games on their Android smartphones and tablets over a Wi-Fi or 4G LTE[...]
Kingston has upped the ante on its super-fast Class 10 line of microSD cards, releasing a new card that features not only 10 MB/s data transfer rates, but can also[...]
If you're like me, when you travel you carry several different devices and/or associated accessories but don't want to load yourself down with gear. That's why I like the StarTech[...]
The mCube Slim from Innergie is designed to be a universal charger for computers and smartphones. It has good intentions, but falls short in the most important category: compatibility. Read[...]
Vulkano Flow is an accessory that allows users to stream TV shows and movies to their smartphone or tablet. A new software update has added a significant feature: the ability[...]
The Kensington PowerLift does a great job of providing extra battery life for an iPhone or iPod, but some of its features keep it from being a five-star product.