In this video I will be reviewing and demonstrating the Song Bird Wireless FM Transmitter. Thanks for watching. Please feel free to comment, subscribe, ask ...
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2010 International CES iLounge Pavilion Exhibitor List From January 7 through January 10, 2010, leading iPod, iPhone, and Mac companies will join together to exhibit the next generation of third-party Apple accessories and software at the 2010 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada [...]
Griffin PartyDock Turns iPad, iPhone Into Multiplayer Gaming Device Griffin Technology plans to release a gaming accessory for iOS devices, according to a recently published FCC filing spotted by iLounge. The PartyDock allows users to dock their iPad or iPhone 4 and use four wireless remotes to control games [...]
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Black Friday Bluetooth Speaker deals return for $35 ATLANTA -- It's the accessory you wish you got for Christmas. That's the general sense I get from Ways to Save viewers and today a huge Bluetooth Bargain will serve as the perfect companion for your iPod, iPhone, MP3 Player, Android or other Bluetooth ... [...]
Jawbone Jambox brings boom to Bluetooth Update: CNET's full, rated review of the Jawbone Jambox is now available. One of the most overlooked features in any laptop, iPad, smartphone, or iPod Touch, is Bluetooth music streaming. Sure, everybody loves the idea of music without wires, but in ... [...]
A group of scientists led by Alex Zettl, a Physicist at the University of California, Berkeley, has developed a nanoscale radio, with a key circuitry consisting of a single carbon nanotube. Today, any wireless device, from cell phones to environmental sensors, can benefit from the nanoradios. Smaller electronic components, such as tuners, could reduce power consumption and extend battery life. Nanoradios have potential applications in many fields, including medicine, where they could be...
Apple is now allowing ‘Made For iPod’ and ‘Works With iPhone’ accessories to communicate with the iPhone software and invoke automatic application download when connected. One such app-supported accessory is Griffin Technology’s new iTrip – seemingly the first to be allowed application download prompts.An iLounge report claims that, “It appears Apple is now allowing Made For iPod- and Works With iPhone-certified developers to include automatic application download prompts when connecting...
Some may have expected Apple to be the first company to roll out a tablet computer, but Archos seems to be more eager at staking a claim at the Internet Media Tablet category. The Archos 5 boasts insane specs, including up to 500GB storage (HDD-based version), Flash support, built-in GPS and 3G.9to5Mac has picked up the subject noting that, “A lot has been made of the ZuneHD vs. iPod touch competition,” while, “A third competitor [...] may make a better choice than the ZuneHD to compete with...