Jizmo – Gaming, Gadgets, News and Reviews with a touch of Smut

Jizmo is all for portable entertainment, and there’s no better portable entertainment device than a tablet or smartphone, because you know – it’s on you 24/7.

The biggest issue however is keeping your media collection portable enough to use when you really need it. Many people accumulate music and TV shows on a regular basis in physical or digital format. But that’s not much use to you on the optical disc it came on or the PC/Mac hard drive it was downloaded to when you’re on the go.



I have always followed a philosophical paradigm when it comes to App stores. App buying is a complex science, one that can drive the average app consumer to madness. But go in with the right tools, and you’ll come out richer (and maybe even score a freebie!). The following is my bible to buying apps. Use it wisely and make me proud.


Amazon has just finished unveiling its new series of Kindle Products. We have the following:

The Kindle Touch: an upgraded version of the Kindle you know and love, now with IR sensors. Kiss that silly keyboard goodbye. Page turning is done by touching an invisible column on either end of the screen. Makes sense to us. $99US for this baby. A 3G version will also be available for $149US. And a non-touch version is also there, for the dirt cheap price of $79US. Preorders start today, ships early November.


EDIT: And just like that, we are again banished from using the Amazon app store.

Pockergamer.co.uk broke news today that the Amazon Appstore, previously only available to those in the USA, is now available Worldwide.

While we cannot confirm that the Appstore is indeed working worldwide, we can confirm first hand that it is working in Australia.

Get your apk from here, login with your (legit) Amazon account, and enjoy the benefits – including daily sales and Amazon exclusives (like Plants vs Zombies).


Yep. I got one. Two actually. I’m that awesome.

Background: The HP Touchpad was HP’s answer to the iPad. Touting WebOS – arguably the best mobile OS out there (due to its intuitive card system), the product’s life was cut short after just a few weeks in the wild, when HP publicly stated due to poor sales they were dumping the tablet, and exiting the hardware business – which may also extend to their consumer PC and Laptop lines.