gadgets: September 2011 Archives

275x250.jpg Digital cameras seem to be getting smaller and smaller -- but this is just ridiculous. Meet the world's smallest camera!

Balancing on the end of a finger it's clear to see the camera is small, however it's still fully functional and boasts a 2 megapixel sensor for photos and video.

Measuring just over one inch in all dimensions and weighing only half an ounce, the £65 camera appears to require Lilliputian dexterity, but retailers insist it's easy to use.

A spokesperson for Hammacher Schlemmer said of the diminutive device: "A human finger can snap a picture with a touch of the shutter button.

Wooden iPad sold by scammers for $180

275x250.jpg A US woman found out the hard way why you shouldn't buy an iPad 2 in a McDonald's car -- she paid $180 for a piece of wood painted to look like an Apple device.

22-year-old Ashley McDowell says she was approached by two men as she went to buy a burger from the store in South Carolina and they said they were selling iPads.

The men claimed to have bought Apple iPads in bulk and were selling them for $300. they then showed her a working model and agreed to sell her one for $180.

But when she got her new iPad 2 home, she opened the FedEx box she had been given and discovered it contained a piece of wood painted black with an Apple logo. 

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