• In Case Anyone Cares, Here Are Leaked Shots Of The BlackBerry X10, RIM’s Upcoming BB10 QWERTY Handset

    In Case Anyone Cares, Here Are Leaked Shots Of The BlackBerry X10, RIM’s Upcoming BB10 QWERTY Handset

    Research In Motion is set to launch BlackBerry 10 and two handsets at the end of January. But at this point, there shouldn’t be many surprises. Nearly every detail of the platform and touchscreen phone has leaked already. And now details are surfacing of the BB10 QWERTY model, too. Meet the X10. Read More

  • Review: Fujifilm X10

    Review: Fujifilm X10

    Short version: A stylish and fun alternative to the likes of the Canon G12 and Nikon P7000. It’s not the quickest on the draw, and the build quality is obviously a step down from its elder brother, the X100, but image quality is good and operation is straightforward. It’s got a great lens and after a little familiarization could be quite versatile. While it compares decently with… Read More

  • Fujifilm X10/X50 Leaked In Old-Fashioned Catalog Style

    Fujifilm X10/X50 Leaked In Old-Fashioned Catalog Style

    I love printed materials. Not just because they’re great in their own right, but because sometimes, due to the restrictions of printing and mailing delays, they break news a little early. In this case, Fujifilm’s rumored X10/X50, little brother to the much-loved X100, has shown up in the Promaster catalog, complete with specs and pic. Read More

  • Rumor: The Fujifilm X10 Announcement Coming Soon, Should Pack Retro Hotness For $599

    Rumor: The Fujifilm X10 Announcement Coming Soon, Should Pack Retro Hotness For $599

    The Fujufilm X100 (pictured) is quietly becoming a favorite among the photography nerds thanks to its capable sensor, fair price and oh-so-hawt retro digs. But even though the price is fully justified by its performance, it’s out of reach of some aspiring shooters. No worries. The Fujifilm X10 is set to be announced within the coming weeks and should hit at a lot lower price point. Read More

  • Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 clears for landing at AT&T

    When the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 was announced in November, my major concern was whether it was coming to the U.S., when it was coming and if it would be subsidized by a carrier. The good news is that it looks like the X10 will be hitting AT&T’s shores this Spring. Read More

  • Sony Ericsson Xperia X2 slips back to 2010

    When the rumor mill was still churning in full force over the Xperia X2, one thing seemed to be popping up fairly consistently: a January 2010 launch date. It seemed pretty solid. When Sony Ericsson made the handset official, however, they proclaimed that it wouldn’t ship in 2010, but sometime in the fourth quarter of 2009. Fingers were crossed, and breaths were held – alas… Read More

  • Video: Sony Xperia X10 Gets Hands-On'd Again

    Oh, you don’t have a Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 yet? Yeah, neither do we. But the guys over at HDBlog somehow managed to scrounge up two of the devices, and they appear to be running a newer software build than anything we’ve seen before. Read More

  • Buongiorno, vi presento un video del Sony Ericsson Experia X10

    Long-suffering handset maker Sony Ericsson is all about the UX, people, and they’ve got the screens to prove it. The new system does basically what everyone else is doing and it brings all of your friend’s content into something called TimeScape (there’s another one for media called Media Scape.) Their new UX UI looks pretty amazing – you basically drag cards all over… Read More

  • Video: Sony Ericsson Rachel tantalizingly teased

    With the Sony Ericsson Rachel (otherwise known as the XPERIA X3 or, more recently, the X10) having already made numerous unofficial appearances across the Interwebs, it seems like Sony Ericsson’s down to show their cards a bit early – or at least the back and sides of them. Read More

  • Exclusive: Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 in the wild

    Hello, gorgeous! What a nice way to wake up on a Friday morning. You roll out of bed to make yourself some eggs, hop online to start the daily rituals, and bam! Shots of the unreleased, Android-powered Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 are sitting in your inbox. Read More

  • Sony Ericsson XPERIA X3 gets caught on camera

    They say the best things come in small packages – and in this case, one of the things we’re looking forward to most over the next few months, Sony Ericsson’s Android-powered XPERIA X3, has come forward in a tiny, tiny picture. Yeah, don’t bother clicking that image over to the right. There is no larger version. Read More

  • Sony Ericsson XPERIA X3 coming in January?

    Go ahead – grab your bag of salt. Pull a grain out, and have it at the ready. While we’re still digging for independent confirmation of this, we just got it on good word that Sony Ericsson’s first big jump into Android, the XPERIA X3, is tentatively set for a launch in January. This seemed a bit strange to us, at first, considering that the X3’s sequential predecessor… Read More

  • Sony Ericsson "Rachel" is the XPERIA X3, Specs leaked

    Oh man, Expansys. Either you’ve got someone who doesn’t know how to punch in embargo dates properly, or whoever is in charge of determining when your product pages go live likes to live on the edge. Expansys has leaked or confirmed details on more handsets than we’ll even bother to count. This time around, they’ve shined a light on Sony Ericsson’s first (and… Read More

  • DIY your iPhone into a garage door opener

    Losing your garage door opener sucks. And it can be really frustrating to try and find a replacement. But if you’re from the “DIY” school of thought, it can be an opportunity. Now what could you possibly turn into a replacement garage door opener? Read More

  • Suunto X10 GPS watch is ready for an adventure

    Suunto watches are fun. This latest wrist-computer gizmo improves on the companies X9i GPS watch with even stronger GPS tech. Plus, the company throws in an altimeter, barometer, digital compass, thermometer, stopwatch and kitchen sink functions. Back to that GPS stuff though. “After converting your Suunto X10 logs with Suunto Track Exporter, you can share your adventures with anyone… Read More

  • X10's RF Remote for Windows Media Center

    . The other difference between this and the standard remote is the the odd “shield” shape and the required USB dongle in order to receive RF. Other than that, not much. You can pick one up for around 20 Euro, or 25 US Dollars. X10 Launch New RF Remote for Windows Media Centre [Automated Home via uber gizmo] Read More