November 5, 2010

Freakin' Friday! Denon Network Music System

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Denon's Network Music System features a 65W AM/FM/CD receiver with built in iPod dock and networking capability. Stream Internet radio and network audio via Ethernet and Wi-Fi. Subscriptions are available to Napster, Pandora and Rhapsody and Apple AirPlay is also accessible. A front mounted USB input on the RCD-N7 allows playback of WMA and MP3 music files and a remote control is included and can be controlled by iPod or iPhone.

Via Denon

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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 7, 2010

AT&T Voicemail Viewer App

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AT&T has launched a new U-verse service for those who still have landlines. Voicemail Viewer lists your home voicemail messages in the order you choose and will alert you when a new one arrives. Want to delete them? The app can do that, too. The free service is compatible with iPhone, BlackBerry, iGoogle Homepage and Windows Vista Sidebar.

Via AT&T

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EyeSpy247Ext Streams to Phones

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EyeSpy247's latest outdoor CCTV camera is so efficient that you can check out the images from your cellphone. Both water and dust-proof, theEyeSpy247Ext delivers H.264, MPEG-4 and M-JPEG video streaming at 30 f/sec. and its automatic IR cut filter provides color during the day and infrared illumination at night. Windows, Mac and Linux compatible, the cam also provides two-way audio and has PIR and sound trigger sensors.

Via Amazon UK

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September 30, 2010

Sonos WiFi Dock for iPhone/iPod

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Sonos' Wireless Dock that can access any tunes stored on your iPhone and most iPods. It transmits your digital music to your ZonePlayer before converting your music to analog. The new accessory is compatible with iPod touch (1st, 2nd, and 3rd generation,) classic, nano (3rd, 4th, and 5th generation,) iPhone 4, 3GS, 3G and iPhone, and will be available by the end of October with a MSRP of $119.

(Thanks, Thomas)

Via Sonos

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September 7, 2010

U-verse AT&T UMobile App Comes to Smartphones

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AT&T's latest bonus for its U-verse subscribers is a Mobile App for iPhone and BlackBerry Torch. Content streamed from 10 networks, Including Disney, ABC and ESPN can be set up to record on your DVR or portable device and stored up to 2 - 3 weeks. If you don't already have the service, pick up a U300 or U-450 package and get a $75 iTunes gift card as a bonus.

Via AT&T U-Verse

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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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September 3, 2010

Verbatim to Release Smaller MediaShare

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Verbatim will soon release a smaller MediaShare storage system. Designed for those that already have an external hard drive, the 1TB system can transfer audio, image or video files with one button. It can also stream to your iPhone or BlackBerry for a yearly fee of $20.00. At a price of $99, the mini-MediaShare has four USB inputs, and both an Ethernet and 12V port.

Via Market News

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August 27, 2010

Freakin' Friday! Altec Lansing Octiv Mini Speaker/Dock

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Altec Lansing has a diminutive dock/speaker for iPods and iPhones that can be put in the smallest of spaces. The 4.2 x 4.2 x 7.8" Octiv mini M102 features their usual high sound quality while providing a recharge. A free Alarm Rock Application for waking to music is offered for the device and MP3 players that use 3.5mm jacks can also be docked.

Via Altec Lansing

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