by the Gadget Gals, 1/28/2009
Futuristic jewelry is both fun and educational. You can brighten your day with LED tech pieces, nickel chains clasped creatively with powerful magnets, and strobes for your ears and buttons.
by the Gadget Gals, 12/19/2007
The compact iMainGo is a portable iPod speaker that boasts great sound quality in a neat, compact case that resembles a small zippered datebook.
Hey, What Was That You Said?
by the Gadget Gals, 09/12/2007
Califone's new MP3 player is something you may want to tell your local school about. It includes a built-in microphone, dual headphones, and volume settings that teachers can control.
I Can't Get 'Em Up in the Morning
by the Gadget Gals, 03/28/2007
This trio of alarm clocks is sure to get you thinking about getting up in the morning. Whether you want to awake gently as your clock projects light, pleasant aromas, and motivational sayings or you want to race around your bedroom fetching a rotor that must be returned to its nesting place before you can turn your alarm off, there's a unique alarm for you and your kids.
Gadgets to Make You Smile
by the Gadget Gals, 12/29/2006
Beautiful USB Heated G-Gloves and whimsical spiders, caterpillars, and fish are perfect computer accessories to brighten your day or to give to that fun-loving techy in your life.
Western Digital's Unique Hard Drives
by the Gadget Gals, 09/14/2006
Western Digital's Media Center combines an external hard drive, a USB hub, a backup system, and a card reader in one convenient package. Its Extreme Lighted Combo is a hard drive with a new look—glowing and kaleidoscopic.
Plug and Heat: A USB Cafe Pad
by the Gadget Gals, 06/07/2006
Just plug your USB Cafe Pad into a USB port and press the button to turn it on. Grab a cup of tea or coffee knowing this handy little gadget will keep the beverage at just at the right temperature while you work on your computer.
Pump Down the Volume
by the Gadget Gals, 04/11/2006
A software update gives parents the ability to set a maximum volume limit on their child's iPod (at least the most recent models) and lock it with a combination code.
Getting the Family in Shape
by the Gadget Gals, 01/26/2006
Why not use technology to get everyone going? Here are some gadgets that can help.
USB Plug and Play Headset
by the Gadget Gals, 10/19/2004
The Califone USB Headset is a durable plug and play device that's instantly ready for listening to and recording sound. Think quality sound, fast downloading of sound files, listening to and practicing foreign languages, using as a webphone, and adding narration to PowerPoint presentations and multimedia projects.
Publish Your Own Books
by the Gadget Gals, 09/07/2004
Lintor Publishing Package is an easy and inexpensive way to transform children's writing into books. Lintor provides all teachers and parents need to publish books right in the classroom or home.
Loud and ClearTM, the Waistband Amplifier
by the Gadget Gals, 07/06/2004
Loud & ClearTM is an inexpensive wireless voice amplifier that can be used at sports events, assemblies, school programs, scouting events, and anywhere you need to be heard. The hands-free device and eight hours of service offers users the flexibily they need when working with groups.
A Charger for All
by the Gadget Gals, 02/26/2004
The Mach1 Speed Charger from Lenmar is not only fast, but works with your Sony, Panasonic, RCA, Canon, JVC, and Hitachi DV batteries.
The Emergency Radio - A Gadget Everyone Should Have
by the Gadget Gals, 01/08/2004
Even if the electricity goes out, and you've forgotten to get new batteries, Grundig's Emergency Radio will give you unlimited radio and flashlight power.
Do You Need a Scanner?
by the Gadget Gals, 12/18/2003
With your digital camera you can zip all your pictures onto your computer. But not all–how about all those print photographs and slides that you took before you went digital? You'll need a scanner to get them into your computer, but what type of scanner do you really need?
Snap and Print
by the Gadget Gals, 12/11/2003
With Kodak EasyShare zoom digital camera and printer dock, all you have to do is take your pictures, set your camera in the printing dock and with one touch you have excellent 4"X6" prints. No computer is needed for this digital camera setup, but if you want, you can also send your shots to your computer, and even show your pictures in a "slide show" on your television.
Our Rules for Family Gadget Shopping
by the Gadget Gals, 12/04/2003
Whether you are a gadget person yourself or have been thrown into the role of designated gift purchaser for your family, here are a few rules for gadget buying that may save your sanity and your hard-earned cash.
Demystifying the MP3
by the Gadget Gals, 11/27/2003
There are lots of gadgets on the market claiming they can play MP3 files. So what is an MP3 and what's the difference between all these players?
Accessorize, Accessorize, Accessorize...Your iPod
by the Gadget Gals, 11/21/2003
Here's an overview of all the goodies available to accessorize the iPod.
An iPod upDate
by the Gadget Gals, 11/14/2003
The iPod is predicted to be a hot seller this holiday season. Here's some advice on how to pick which model is for you or figure out the alternatives.
Digital Camera Madness
by the Gadget Gals, 11/07/2003
The case for going digital is laid out just in case you or someone you know still is teetering on the brink of digital camera madness.
Are You Ready to N-Gage?
by the Gadget Gals, 10/31/2003
Cell phones are getting more multi-purpose by the minute. And here's one that fits most any adolescent's dream with a cell phone, game machine, FM radio and MP3 player all onboard with an option for wireless game competition.
Use Your iSight to See (and Hear!)
by the Gadget Gals, 10/24/2003
Apple's new iSight web camera makes it a cinch to see and hear your friends online and save money on telephone calls, too. Just plug it into your Mac computer and connect to grandparents, friends, and business associates who have web cameras. In an instant, you can be transported into Grandma's home, even if she lives across the country or on the other side of the ocean.
Rest and Exercise Those Tootsies
by the Gadget Gals, 10/17/2003
If your children's legs are dangling wildly from your computer chair, you might think about investing in an inexpensive footrest. A footrest can help support their legs while they are hard at work with technology. But footrests aren't just for kids. They're good for adults, too, providing support for the lower back and relieving pressure on the backs of the thighs.
Playing Passwords Plus
by the Gadget Gals, 10/09/2003
Here's a little piece of software that can probably be hooked up to a gadget you already own and serve as your password master.
It Only Takes a Nanosecond
by the Gadget Gals, 10/02/2003
They're not the most romantic of gadgets, and you'll hardly ever notice them. But Surge Protectors can be among the most useful gadgets you'll ever buy. They'll protect you from many power surges, offer you the ability to plug multiple devices into them, and some can even help you with the worrisome problem of wire identification.
Cushy Cushion Headphones
by the Gadget Gals, 09/25/2003
Headphones from Califone are comfortable in more ways than one. They're cushy cushioned and their hidden adaptors make them easy-to-use with a variety of sound equipment, at home and at school.
Welcome to the PDA Playground - It's Not Just for Parents Anymore
by the Gadget Gals, 09/18/2003
Parents might just think about using a new set of games that can downloaded to a Palm device to keep their littlest kids happy when boredom sets in.
It's Cute, It's Cool, It's KidzMouse!
by the Gadget Gals, 09/11/2003
When it comes to a computer mouse the old adage "one size fits all" doesn't hold true for youngest technology users. KidzMouse, invented by a concerned grandmother, may just be the answer.
by the Gadget Gals, 09/04/2003
Sometimes a piece of software comes along that's so cool - well it's not really software - it's a gadget wanna be. Such is the case with "Crazy Talk", a new title from a company called Reallusion.
by the Gadget Gals, 06/19/2003
This Gadget Gal confesses to being a "gadgetholic". Find out how she survives her addiction.
Car Tunes Go Wireless
by the Gadget Gals, 06/13/2003
The quest for this Gadget Gal to have her own music on demand goes wirless.
It's Time to Go Audible
by the Gadget Gals, 06/05/2003
Just what are all those people listening to on their headphones? Read on. It might surprise you what's available beyond music.
The Gadget Gal's Guide to Great Gifts for Grads - Part 3 - Digital Cameras
by the Gadget Gals, 05/29/2003
Is it time for your grad or dad to go digital? Here are some tips on buying a digital camera.