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ThinkFlood RedEye mini

03/02/2010, The ThinkFlood RedEye mini raises the ante where iPhone/iPod (and potentially, iPad) touch remotes are concerned, where this solitary plug-in Infrared (IR) adapter will allow your Apple device to beam out a nearly unlimited array of IR commands. Apart...

Wall of Sound

03/01/2010, Brothers’ Wall of Sound is touted to be the most powerful iPod speaker on the market to date, and who are we to argue? After all, its $4,495 price tag does carry some hefty weight, boasting tube-amplification alongside a total system weight of...

TomTom for iPhone to get HD Traffic

03/01/2010, TomTom recently submitted a new version of its iPhone GPS application under the version 1.3 banner to Apple for the fruity company’s nod of approval. If all goes well, this new app ought to be available for download within a couple of weeks’...

Analyst warns of possible iPad shortage at launch

03/01/2010, Peter Misek from Canaccord Adams says that the iPad could have some components supply issues that would limit the number of units available (worldwide) at launch to 300,000 units for the month of March. According to Mr. Misek, there’s an unspecified...

Upcoming Mac mini To Sport HDMI?

03/01/2010, While there isn’t any official announcement just yet, word is going around that the latest prototypes of a new Mac mini show that it will sport a HDMI port instead of the legacy DVI connector. To further add credibility to this bit of news, a...

iPhone gets real controller in the form of iControlPad

03/01/2010, So you’re into touchscreen gaming, but there are still many others out there who feel that an old school controller would work better with some games on the iPhone. Enter the iControlPad which will finally enter the mass production stage, where one...

iMaxi: You Knew This Was Coming

03/01/2010, With all the iTampon jokes following the iPad closely, it was only a matter of time before someone came up with a case like this, and if you’re planning to play a (rather bad) joke on someone, this is probably way the way to go. This iMaxi iPad case...

Apple says 27-inch iMac displays are good to go

02/26/2010, It has taken months, but at least Apple has come good with their range of 27″ iMac displays, touting the problems to be fixed thanks to a couple of its software updates. According to Apple, “We’ve addressed the issues that caused display...

O2 introduces cheaper iPhone rates

02/26/2010, O2 UK is going to counter Vodafone’s recent SIM-only plan through a somewhat similar one of its own, specially for iPhone users. The current monthly “simplicity for iPhone” plans are going for £15 for a 1-year contract or £20...

Apple files Magic Trackpad trademark

02/26/2010, Apple filed for the Magic Trackpad trademark just today with the US Patent & Trademark Office. We don’t have the full details about this device, although Magic Trackpad will most likely refer to an external peripheral device that targets desktop...

Opera 10.5 beta for Mac

02/25/2010, Opera has just rolled out its 10.5 beta version of its web browser for the Mac platform, which ought to be a whole lot more stable compared to the Alpha version. One of the main additions would be the inclusion of multi-touch gestures, Growl...

Boxee Beta on AppleTV (again)

02/25/2010, Boxee, one of the coolest 10-foot media user interface, is available (in beta) for the AppleTV. In the past, installing Boxee was a bit hacky, but this latest version comes with simpler instructions, although I would not have my parents do it. Anyhow, now...

Shape recognition to come on iMac screen?

02/25/2010, This Apple patent application involves something radically different, where it shows off an old-school iMac with a touchscreen display. Dubbed “Shape Detecting Input Device”, it was originally submitted a good half dozen years ago, with a...

Bell Mobile TV for iPhone

02/24/2010, Bell is offering its Mobile TV for iPhone, where you will be able to enjoy a bunch of channels including CBC News Network, CTV, MuchMusic, Rogers Sportsnet, Treehouse, The Weather Network, and live coverage of NHL games and the 2010 Winter Olympics. There...