December 8, 2009

MDV GPS System Incorporates Audio/Video


Now that GPS is often available in cell phones, one wonders about the future of companies that offer them. JVC and Kenwood got together to create the MDV-313 that not only features car navigation, but offers a DVD player, TV tuner and USB iPod support. To be released in Japan first, it remains to be seen if other manufacturers decide to incorporate other features in their products.

Via Akihabara News

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November 23, 2009

Panasonic MW-10 iPod Dock


Panasonic has a new go-along for iPods. The MW-10 dock has a built-in CD player, an AM/FM tuner with 45 station presets, built-in amp with low-density bamboo speaker cones and of course the ability to playback video on its 9" display with 800 x 480p resolution. It also acts as a digital frame and has 4GB memory, a SD card slot and USB port for downloading, and a price of $299.95.

Via I4U

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November 17, 2009

Memorex iMove Boombox


Boomboxes appear to be making a comeback as evidenced by the Memorex iMove. Hook up your iPod and listen to tunes through its SRS WOW sound system. The device includes an AM/FM digital tuner with presets, a wireless remote and runs on AC or 8 D batteries (not included.) The iMove also acts as a charger and is compatible with any dock-connecting iPod.

Via Memorex iMove Boombox

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November 12, 2009

BlueBeat - Download for a Quarter


There's a new download service in town. BlueBeat offers MP3s for only 25¢ apiece. That's right, a mere quarter will get you a tune from Michael Jackson, The Beatles (although EMI is "looking into it,") Taylor Swift, or almost any other artist you can think of. Full albums are accessible for $4.25 each. The beta site requires free sign up and we hope that it manages to stay afloat.

Via BlueBeat

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November 11, 2009

Revo Heritage Table Radio


The Heritage is Revo's contemporary digital version of a 60s European table radio. In addition to offering coverage of DAB, DAB+, FM and Wi-Fi Internet radio, it wirelessly streams audio and acts as a dock for your iPod. Made of walnut veneer and aluminum, the Heritage has a 7W amp, an OLED display and joystick control. Preorder yours for £229.95 (~$375.00.)

Via Revo

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October 30, 2009

TEAC All-in-One Audio Player


TEAC has a new compact, all-in-one audio system. The CR-H500NT has a CD player, AM/FM tuner, USB and iPhone/iPod support, and a WiFi bg module for receiving Internet radio while away from your computer. The device provides up to 2 x 40W with a frequency of 20-60kHz , wake-up and sleep timer functions, and an LCD display that can be dimmed. Contact the company for price and availability.


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October 29, 2009

BRAVIA Home Theater System


Home theaters continue to become more affordable and diminutive in size. The Sony BRAVIA 5.1-Channel System only weighs about 11 lbs., yet delivers 1000 watts over 5 channels and can upscale video. The set includes a wireless rear speaker system and iPod9 dock for audio and video playback. Make it multi-room capable with a separate AIR-SA10 Speaker System.

Via Sony BRAVIA 5.1-Channel System

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October 27, 2009

Yamaha Stylin' With Clock Radio Line


Yamaha's TSX-W80 TV combines form with function. The sleek clock AM/FM radio has a timer, mini-jack input and built-in speakers. Each comes with its own remote and wireless iPod cradle for streaming with the company's AirWired technology. It is due out this December in beige, dark blue or brown.


The company is also offering a more macho looking TSX-70 with the same capabilities. No price has been released on either as yet.

Via Yamaha (translated)

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October 19, 2009

Vonage Mobile VoIP


Vonage is now offering a VoIP app for international calls via iPhone, iPod touch and Blackberry. When a call is received, the cell phone number will be displayed on caller ID and a credit card number must be input for access. The company claims that Vonage Mobile will save users up to 50% on calls and for now is offering per minute rates. Later this year, a plan will be available for a monthly fee with Vonage World. The application is free from the Vonage site, Apple's App Store and RIM's App World.

Via Vonage

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October 9, 2009

Watch EyeTV on Your iPhone/iPod touch


With the new EyeTV application, you can now receive and record programming on your iPhone (OS 3.0 or higher) or iPod touch. It comes with a Program Guide and you can view and edit recordings by starting them on your Mac or scheduling them for a later date. Add a WiFi connection and watch anywhere. They EyeTV app is available at the iTunes store for $4.99.

Via EyeTV App

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