November 10, 2010

Control PS3 Blu-ray viewing via iPhone Remote

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Handle your Sony Playstation Blu-ray viewing with your Apple iOS device. The Remote Shoppe PS3MINI Bundle comes complete with a ThinkFlood RedEye mini universal remote for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch and a wb_electronics RE-BL X infrared to Bluetooth adapter for the Sony PS3. The bundle carries a $99.95 MSRP.

Via Remote Shoppe.

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October 15, 2010

Freakin' Friday! Amazon Mobile App

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We admit it. We are Amazon addicts and love the ease of shopping there, not only because it is competitive in pricing but also because we often get free shipping and have never had a problem with any purchase. The free Amazon Mobile app is a gift to shoppers as it allows iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch users to bar scan and search, read reviews, compare prices and shop, including full access to cart, wish list, payment and shipping option. The iPhone and touch app includes "Amazon Remembers," a feature that lets you create a visual list with your cam. The app will send you an email alert if it finds the product or something similar to your image.

Via Amazon Mobile App

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sneakPEEK Streams iDevice to TV

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Plug the Scosche sneakPEEK II into your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, connect the other end into your TV via RGB or RCA input and you get a component or composite A/V cable. It is even compatible with the Netflix app for iPad. An included micro USB cord lets you charge your device while you are watching your stored video. Get yours for $59.99.

Via Scosche

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October 8, 2010

Freakin Friday! iPads for All

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The iPad has made the leap to both Target and Amazon. There are great deals for both the WiFi and WiFi/3G models in 16, 32 and 64GB models. Target credit card holders will get a 5% discount beginning October 17. Until then, purchase is only in store. Available in 16, 32, and 64GB, shop Amazon in a state that doesn't have a business presence and you get your iPad tax free and no shipping charge.

Via Apple iPad

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October 6, 2010

Colorware Grip for iPad

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Colorware, home of customization for every for every iGadget accessory, now has a nifty Grip for iPad. Available in unpainted, stock and colored versions, the aluminum handle hugs your device for both left and right handed users. At a price of $300.00, it comes with both tools and instructions for installing, and will ship in 3 - 4 weeks.

Via Colorware

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September 6, 2010

Apple TV Reinvents Itself, Has Lower Price

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Apple TV didn't make much of a splash back in 2006, but the splatter should be a bit larger now with their new $99.00 version. The new palm-size box features HDMI, USB, Toslink and Ethernet connections. Wireless, the remote even resembles an older iPod. Movies will be offered at $4.99 while TV shows will be commercial-free and only $.99 apiece.

While there is no monthly fee involved beyond Netflix, you can also stream videos from your iPhone or iPad with its free app. This one isn't perfect either, as only 720p HD is supported as is limited network TV.

Via Apple Store

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August 23, 2010

Vimeo Comes to Roku

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Vimeo has finally arrived on Roku. Following the likes of Pandora, Netflix and Amazon VOD, you can now sort videos according to their picks, your uploads and selections saved for later viewing. Of course, nothing is perfect as the service lacks sharing, albums, and channels, but it's a start. Vimeo itself recently added HTML5 for iPhone and iPad support.

Via USA Today

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July 27, 2010

iPort Wall Mounts for iPad and touch

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iPort specializes in wall mounts for iPods and has just released new ones for other Apple products. The CM100, at a price of $250.00, will not only hold your iPod touch and stream music, it can be used with apps for home automation of video, lighting and climate control. The CM2000 can serve the same purpose with your iPad via WiFi at a price of $500.00. Either can be positioned vertically or horizontally.

Via iPort

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