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DirecTV iPad app now has live TV streaming

10/26/2011, DirecTV subscribers with iPad tablets are in for a treat. The iOS app for the iPad has just been given a significant update which adds a much requested feature to the app: live streaming capabilities. All you need is to be on the same network as your...

Apple updates iPhoto to version 9.2.1

10/26/2011, Do you use iPhoto a whole lot? If the answer is in the affirmative, then you might be pleased to know that Apple has just released an update to their iPhoto software, bumping up the version number to 9.2.1 in the process. This update will handle all...

Apple MacBook Air and Mac Mini EFI firmware gets updates

10/26/2011, It does seem as though it is updating time over at Apple, where there is now an EFI firmware update for the MacBook Air (mid-2011 release) and the Mac Mini, where these new updates will be known as version 2.2 and 1.4, respectively. It really depends on...

Apple launches in-store pickup program in San Francisco

10/26/2011, A couple of days ago we reported that there was some murmurings of Apple launching a new program called Sherwood. This would allow users to place their orders online via Apple’s online website and pick up their orders in an Apple retail store, thus...

JVC Kenwood unveils three new iPhone/iPod compatible soundbars

10/26/2011, Soundbar systems are a great way to achieve decent sounds from your home theatre system while saving space, which is great for those who may not have the luxury of placing multiple speakers around their living room. If a soundbar system is what you’re...

Refurbished Apple products lawsuit given the go ahead

10/26/2011, Back in August, we reported that according to a well-known consumer rights advocate in China, Wang Hai, it was discovered that Apple was apparently selling refurbished iPhones to some of their customers in China. Wang Had submitted the case to the courts...

AirCassette turns your iPhone into a retro music player

10/26/2011, While the MP3s have replaced the need for audio cassettes, that doesn’t mean the ancient format has to go away forever. A lot of people, myself included, enjoy the retro vibe that they get from putting a cassette tape into a hi-fi system or Walkman,...

The TILT cools and mounts your MacBook Pro on to a tripod

10/25/2011, Tired of the current crop of laptop coolers available for the MacBook Pro? Well, you might want to check out The TILT from the folks over at madMINDS. This unique laptop cooler is designed to fit perfectly under your MacBook Pro, without detracting from...

Slide to Unlock Patent Goes to… Apple

10/25/2011, Most smartphones use a form of Slide to Unlock to go from the lock screen to the main menu. The feature was (I think) introduced in the original iPhone, and it’s not clear if there was prior work. In any case, Apple has been awarded the patent,...

SKINNY is a slim iPad 2 keyboard case

10/25/2011, Want the productivity of a physical keyboard on your iPad 2 tablet but don’t want to deal with the hassle of carrying a bulky accessory around? The folks over at Hatch & Co. have come up with a solution in the form of “SKINNY”. The...

Iris 9000 lets you use Siri from across the room

10/25/2011, One of the most interesting features of the iPhone 4S is its Siri voice assistant that lets you ask questions or tell your phone what to do just by using voice commands. But one of the caveats about Siri is that you need to hold the iPhone in your hand in...

Logitech AirPlay speakers outed by Amazon UK

10/25/2011, Oops, it looks like Amazon UK may have let slip details of an upcoming set of Logitech speakers even before the company has gone ahead and made an official announcement. The page has since been taken down (feel free to try and access the page), probably...

Apple’s iPhone in 2012 to feature 4G LTE connectivity?

10/25/2011, With more carriers starting to roll out LTE coverage, such as AT&T who started not too long ago, with Sprint planning to start rolling out coverage of their own, and with Verizon who has been aggressively pushing out LTE coverage over the past few...

iLuv iMM155 Vibro II iPhone/iPad alarm clock docking station

10/25/2011, If you’re not the type that wakes up to noise (i.e. someone calling your name, alarm, phone calls, etc), but instead prefer to be shaken awake, iLuv might have something for you in the form of the iMM155 Vibro II iPhone/iPod Alarm Clock docking station,...