July 28, 2009

Nike SportBand Targets iPhone/iPod touch Jocks


Fit is in when it comes to gadgets these days and Nike has jumped on that bandwagon by upgrading its Nike+ gear with a new SportBand and a tracking device for iPhone/iPod touch users. Available in 3 different color combos and waterproof, it has a better display and will keep speed, distance and calorie data. The SportBand is available for $59.00 and the company will be releasing a Nike+ site for users so that they can have access without a PC.

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July 15, 2009

Domino's Pizza Tracker


Want pizza but are too much of a couch potato to get up and order it? Fear not, Domino's now offers ordering online. The company has gone through some effort in their endeavor as it allows you to track your order through all its stages and will add any current coupon codes. Order sides, beverages and carb laden bowl pastas and count down the more or less 30 minutes. While you are waiting you can actually post it on Facebook, making your friends wanting to pig out as well. Last we checked, they had almost 300,000 friends.

Domino's doesn't stop there. Order on the go with your cell phone or plan your Friday night by ordering on your TiVo, a program that started late last year.

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June 29, 2009

iJector Projects from iPhone/iPod


Lancerlink's iJector is an LCOS projector designed expressly for the iPhone/iPod. At a size 195×145×96mm and a weight of only 120g, the dock-shaped device allows video streaming from your Apple device and audio with built-on speakers. Images can be as tall as 50" with a res of 557x 24\34p from up to 2.3m away. The iJector has a brightness of 20 lumens, a lamp with a 30,000 hr. lifespan, is licensed by Apple, works for most models and will have a price of $700.00 when released mid-July.

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June 22, 2009

Ngmoco Plus+ Network

Game company Ngmoco launched the Plus+ Network last week for iPhone users. Like Microsoft's Xbox Live, users can create a profile, keep records and history on games and play with friends. Even better, it's free.

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June 17, 2009

iHome/LifeWorks Dual Media Devices


We always have admired iHome for their ingenuity and now that they have teamed with LifeWorks Technology Group, they are offering even more of a choice in networking. The iStand Notebook Media Bundle comes with an integrated iPod/iPhone dock and a price of $299.99.

The iConnect Media Keyboard is $149.99. Both items come in silver and white for Mac owners and black for Windows users. Look for a summer debut.

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June 4, 2009

Pioneer iPhone/iPod Compatible Receivers


Pioneer has released a series of A/V Receivers that not only make a fine addition to any audio system, they have integrated iPhone/iPod for plug and play with full-color GUI and remote control. Each has Advanced Sound Retriever (ASR,) Auto Level Control (ALC) and an Auto Music-Mute function when a call is received. Choose between the VSX-819AH, the VSX-919AH or the VSX-1019AH A/V Receiver.

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May 25, 2009

iHome iP1 Studio Series Audio System


iHome has released the iP1 Studio Series Audio System which not only looks good, but features some cutting edge equipment. It has a 4-channel, 100W Class D amplifier with two 4" woofers and 1" dome tweeters. Match that with a Bongiovi Acoustics Digital Power Station and remote. The iP1 works with iPhone, iPod and other players with an aux/MP3 line in jack, and charges while it plays. Finally, the component/composite video-out allows viewing on your TV. Due out this July, it has a MSRP of $299.99.

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May 4, 2009

Indigo Touch 4.0 - Control By iPhone/iPod

Perceptive Automation has recently announced the 4.0 version of Indigo Touch, their Mac-based software. Control lights, appliances, audio and video gadgets and more by iPhone/iPod Touch while saving energy at the same time. The system has WiFi, Edge or 3G connectivity, but you need an OS X 10.4.11 or higher Mac with either an Intel or PowerPC G4 (or higher) processor. Download a free trial for 30 days or purchase the Pro for $179.99 or the Lite version for only $89.95.

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April 20, 2009

Sonos Adds iPhone Playability and More

Sonos has added some new features to its Multi-Room Music System. Create multiple alarms, set timers to turn off the tunes and playback DRM files, including those purchased from iTunes. The system now supports 6 more languages and computer free set-up. If you have an iPod or iPod touch and a home stereo, you can get Sonos on the ZP90 for a price of $349.00.

(Thanks, Thomas)

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