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New Pentax Optio RS1500 sets your imagination free

18 Mar


Pentax has just unveiled the prettiest budget compact camera, the new colourful Optio RS1500. It’s not even event out yet and we’re already loving it!

It’s such an original alternative, which enables you to match the three different lens rings to match your different designs. The camera comes with a selection of 10 pre-design skins, and a pack of five pre-cut paper foils for users to create their own designs and personalise their camera however they want. Continue reading

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Happy Birthday!

18 Mar

We wish Apple a happy birthday on the 10th anniversary of the iPod! And a happy 5th birthday to Twitter!
To us, it seems like yesterday that we heard about Twitter and the first iPod. They are both doing so well, and we can’t imagine them not being around! Best wishes from Lady Gadget!

Google launches Japan Person Finder for quake victims

11 Mar

Google has just launched a version of its Person Finder service for the victims of today’s Japanese massive earthquake, the most powerful in Japan, since records began.

Any one looking for a missing person or with information can now use the Japanese Quake Person Finder, which has already more than 7,200 records. The system works as a directory and message board so people can look for their relatives or friends, or post a note informing that they’re safe. Continue reading

Windows Phone 7: Microsoft’s femme fatale

4 Mar


Last October in Barcelona, Microsoft decided to launch a fierce competitor against the iPhone: the mobile operating system, Windows Phone 7.

The quirky smartphone was partnered with Nokia in the beginning of 2011, making it one of the most stylish and innovative phones of the year! Continue reading

iPad 2 unveiled!

3 Mar

Because we, here at Lady Gadget, want all our readers to be up-to-date, here is a little treat: yesterday, the tech giant, Apple, introduced to the world the new tablet, iPad 2. Over the past few weeks, the buzz and speculation around the launch of this new gadget was immense. Finally, Steve Jobs decided to please the audience with the new model at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco.

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