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PURE Contour dock announced for iDevices

01/04/2011, [CES 2011] PURE’s foray into the world of docks continues with the Contour, where this attractively designed stereo Internet-connected digital radio and media streamer also boasts a retractable iPod/iPhone dock, bringing along with it powerful...

Garmin StreetPilot iPhone app announced

01/04/2011, We previously had hints that Garmin was planning to offer an iPhone GPS navigation app and those earlier rumors have now turned into an official announcement. Garmin has released the StreetPilot iPhone app that offers many of the features that are already...

Fling offers a joystick for your iPad

01/04/2011, There is no doubt of the popularity of touchscreen panels, but there are plenty of folks out there who miss using actual joysticks and buttons to control a game. Now the folks over at Ten One Designs have come up with the Fling, a tactile game controller...

Apple increases UK pricing as VAT increases

01/03/2011, This probably won’t be a surprise to many folks residing over the in UK, but it was noticed that Apple took down its online store over there for a few hours to raise prices to reflect an increase in the national value-added-tax (VAT) that has gone into...

Iomega SuperHero: Backup and Charger for iPhone

01/03/2011, [CES 2011] The SuperHero is the typical consumer tech solution that I love: not very “sexy”, super simple to use and offering a solution that makes people’s lives so much easier that you just ask yourself “why has no one thought of...

Blast your iPad music with iHome portable speakers

01/03/2011, [CES 2011] iHome, the creators of the iA100 have announced that they will be unveiling a set of new iPad accessories to complement Apple’s iOS tablet. Choosing to reveal them at CES 2011, the accessories consist of two external speakers and a case...

Concept MacBook Pro aluminum docking station

01/03/2011, Apple’s MacBook Pro is definitely a product that oozes class in terms of design. That being said, many folks out there tend to need port replicators for their notebooks, since there aren’t that many ports on notebooks. So what would a port replicator...

Verizon buying up iPhone-related domains

01/02/2011, If the previous leak wasn’t enough to convince you that Verizon and Apple are lining up a CDMA iPhone, this latest leak might just do the trick. Folks have discovered that a company called Verizon Trademark Services LLC has been purchasing Verizon...

Mac App Store to provide incentive to product reviewers?

12/31/2010, While many of us may not like buying into marketing magic, we do now that referrals are a powerful way of marketing. Apple might be looking to capitalize on that, as the fruity company has filed a patent that would reward customers who review products. Of...

AliveECG is iPhone attachment

12/30/2010, [CES 2011] Alivecor of Seattle, Washington, will be showcasing their new iPhonECG system at CES 2011 next week, where it is known as AliveECG. The company itself has worked together with Oregon Scientific in order to manufacture the units, and they are...

Apple patents social networking shopping for retail stores

12/30/2010, Apple has already dipped its toes into the social networking game via its Ping music-sharing service and now the fruity company has filed for a patent that describes a social networking tool for brick-and-mortar shopping, allowing iPhone owners to share...

iPad 2 case mold drawings show an opening for another port?

12/29/2010, While we haven’t managed to get a glimpse of the iPad 2 just yet, we’ve seen plenty of cases that are apparently designed for it. Now additional leaks have surfaced, giving us pictures of what are apparently the case mold drawings for the upcoming...

Custom firmware hacked into the iPod nano

12/29/2010, After the recent proof-of-concept hacking of the iPod nano’s file system, a developer out there has managed to get the device into DFU mode to install custom firmware files. The developer used a popular jailbreak recovery utility, iRecovery, to work...