More gift ideas after the break.
- Google Chrome for Macs is finally available — Lifehacker
- Get ready for a new site like Hulu, but for magazines —The Silicon Alley Insider
- Ikea launches a store catalog iPhone app — Unplggd
- Find out what the bestselling iPhone apps of 2009 were — Gizmodo
- Purchase 200GB ($50) of paid storage from Google, get a free Eye-Fi card — Gmail Blog
- Log in for your chance to win a HP Envy Laptop — GeekSugar
- Submit your Cool Captures for your chance to win a CanvasPop print — GeekSugar
- With a 3.2-megapixel camera, GPS, and WiFi, the Touch Pro2 may be worth checking out on Aug. 12 — Engadget
- Eye-Fi announces the Geo, which will automatically upload photos to iPhoto or another folder on your desktop — CrunchGear
- Find out what the best digital camera is for under $100 — Switched
- Twitter gets its first real face lift — a new homepage — Mashable
- Check out some great gadget deals of the day — Gizmodo
- We're still giving away Amazon Kindles! Log in for a chance to win one — geeksugar
The Pro SDHC memory card allows photographers to instantly upload photos to their computer, without having to depend on an Internet connection. Unlike the previous cards, Pro users can pick and choose the exact photos that they want to transfer with the Pro card by using the selective transfer feature.
There are already a variety of cameras including Nikon's D500 and the Casio X-S12, EX-S5, EX-FS10, EX-FC100 and EX-Z29, which boast cool Eye-Fi features.
The Eye-Fi Pro card costs $149.
- Apple's website was down for a few hours this morning and when back up, showed off some great deals. The 24-inch iMac is now only $1,499 and comes with double the RAM and hard drive. — Gizmodo
- PadMapper is a cool new site that uses maps to show off Craigslist rental properties. — MakeUseOf
- The 65,000-square-foot roof of Meadowlands Exposition Center in Secaucus, NJ, has been covered in solar panels and is now capable of producing 412 kilowatts of electricity. — Forecast Earth
- Eye-Fi's new Explore Video ($99) and Share Video ($79) cards make it easy to upload video content wirelessly. They will start shipping by the end of the month. — Engadget
- Check out a video demo of Amazon Video On Demand on the Roku box. — CrunchGear
- What do you get when you put the new Curve 8900, the Bold, and the Storm together? Three BlackBerry's that put some other smartphones to shame. But what features differentiate each phone? — Engadget
- If you've been waiting to get your hands on an Eye-Fi wireless photo uploading card, Evernote has teamed up with Eye-Fi to offer the card for only $60. — Lifehacker
- Check out some of the most creepiest ads on the Internet today. — Switched
- The T-Mobile G1 Android firmware update version 1.1 will officially roll out to customers between Feb. 5 - 15. — Gizmodo
- Google has just launched an iPhone-friendly version of Google Books, which gives iPhone users access to 1.5 million books. — Wired
If you haven't heard of Eye-Fi cards before, they are SD cards that allow you to upload your digital pictures computer wirelessly over your WiFi network. I love them so much, I just had to include them in my January Must Haves list.
Well Eye-Fi has just announced a new iPhone application, so you can instantly send your iPhone pics to your laptop or put them on your favorite photo-sharing site. Additionally, they will soon be offering automatic uploading direct to YouTube and service to support HD videos. Just when you thought they couldn't get any more useful, right?
Well we survived the holidays and are now embarking upon a new year. I've already made my predictions for what I think will be hot this year in terms of new gadgetry, but if you're looking for some fresh new items to add to your tech collection, here are five of my favorites which are sure to start your year off in the right direction!
Thankfully, I have a gadget guy of my own at home, so this gift guide should be a breeze to present.
It seems there can never be enough trinkets and goodies of the electronic persuasion under the tree, no matter how useless some of them may seem. Does your guy really need a dark room projector? Probably not, but this is Christmas — the perfect time to give the ultimate geeky gift someone would never buy for himself.
Check out my picks for the gadget guy in the widget below, then swing by HolidaySugar for even more gift giving inspiration.
Think a mom-to-be has too much on her mind to even think about gadgets? Guess again. New moms need the kind of gadgets that make their lives as easy as possible — that's why I'm starting off this guide with one of my favorite gadgets: an iPhone 3G. When the busy bunny does get a chance to check her email and favorite blogs, all she'll have to do is reach for one little phone.
She'll also need gadgets that can make memories easily and quickly. For more gift ideas, don't forget to check out HolidaySugar!