The New York Times' David Pogue released his list of the top 2007 techie products he likes.
One of them which I've been using is the T-Mobile Hotspot@Home service that lets me connect my Blackberry to a WiFi network and then make and receive calls for free over my T-Mobile account regardless of where I am. It has some quirks, mostly NAT/Firewall related when I'm traveling, but when I'm in a hotel and can use my own pocket size travel router, its as if I'm "home."
A second product that I was pleased to see was the Novatel USB-EVDO Memory stick. Novatel debuted that new smart offering at San Diego's GadgetFest which I co-hosted along with Ken Radio this past November for CommNexus.
Pogues recognition of that, shows once again that GadgetFest is an early indicator of what will be a hot product. The 2006 GadgetFest winner was GrandCentral with PhoneGnome winning in 2005.