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Dual SIM iPhone 4 case

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on August 28th, 2010

Sure, we’ve seen many phones with dual SIM card slots. Most are for the Asian markets, but the iPhone 4 is not one of them. Well, USBFever has come up with a solution to that problem, with a new $30 case that can hold dual full size SIM cards on the back of your iPhone 4.

It holds the cards in place and runs an adapter to the iPhone 4′s micro SIM slot. You can then switch between the two SIMs from the iPhone’s settings menu, though you can’t use both SIMs simultaneously.

Yamaha TSX-140 iPod Speaker Dock wakes you gradually

Posted in iPod Accessories by Conner Flynn on December 1st, 2010

Let’s face it, you have way too many iPod dock options. But this offering from Yamaha is stylish, powerful and should look good in your bedroom. Plus it will wake you gently. The TSX-140 desktop audio system promises to wake you gradually with the sound of your favorite music. It can fade in the music rather than simply jolting you awake.

It’s compatible with Apple’s iPod Touch and iPhone (3G/3GS/4), and it is also capable of playing MP3 and WMA files stored on a USB stick, as well as FM/AM radio programming.

Palm Pre, now with iPhone home button

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on August 26th, 2010

Can’t decide between a Palm Pre or an iPhone? Why not get both in this clone, which comes in the form of the Palm Pre, with the iPhone home button. On the hardware side, it features a QWERTY keyboard, that iPhone home button and an operating system that tries to pass itself off as iOS.

It also supports dual SIM, with two cameras, a 3″ touchscreen display at 240 x 400 resolution, a microSD memory card slot, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. It’s compatible only with GSM networks.

Sanyo unveils new two iPhone/iPod alarm clocks

Posted in Sanyo by Shane McGlaun on October 7th, 2009

sanyoipodclocksI have seen several iPod/iPhone alarm clocks hit the streets over the last few weeks. A few of them are now sporting dual docks to keep more than one Apple device charged up. Sanyo has jumped into the iPod alarm clock action with a couple new devices today including the DMP-P1 Cube Alarm Clock Radio and the DMP-692 Dual dock music System.

The DMP-692 is one of those snazzy new dual dock devices that can charge your iPhone and your iPod at the same time. The clock has three alarms and can wake you to a buzzer, AM/FM radio, or your favorite playlist. The radio also has an auxiliary input for CD palyers and non-dockable PMPs. A remote controller is included as well.

NokiPhone N3000i: Dual-slider iPhone clone

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on April 19th, 2009

NokiPhone N3000i: Dual-slider iPhone cloneHey, that looks familiar. Where have I seen that before? Oh yeah, now I remember. The China-produced NokiPhone N3000i is an iPhone ripoff with N95-type dual slider capabilities. The GSM smartphone features a 3.2-inch QVGA screen, WiFi, Bluetooth 2.0, dual SIM support, microSD slot, and video recording capabilities.

It will cost you $129 right now, on sale from its $400 MSRP. At least it has features. China, will you never learn? Combining two great things into one is clever and all, but when will you make a knockoff that really captures our hearts?

HiPhone Nano flip phone

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on April 16th, 2009

HiPhone Nano flip phoneWe’re still waiting on confirmation of an iPhone nano, so HiPhone of China decided to get the job done in true knockoff fashion. They came out with their own version known as the HiPhone Nano. It’s a flip. Take that Apple.

The exterior features dedicated music playback controls that look just like an iPod Clickwheel, and you can even get the time on a monochrome display. Flip it open and inside there is a 2.4″ touchscreen display and a numeric keypad. How about dual-SIM support?

cect m188 puts an iphone nano in your hands

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on April 7th, 2009

cect m188 puts an iphone nano in your handsThe rumors of Apple releasing an iPhone Nano are still going strong, but they remain just rumors. You can own a miniature iPhone right now if you don’t mind that it’s a cheap Chinese knock-off. The CECT m188 clones the look and menus of the original iPhone in a package that’s just 86mm x 48mm x 11mm. Or about the size of a credit card.

The screen measures 2.6″ diagonal, and it’s touch-sensitive, so it sucks to have large fingers with this one. Using a stylus is probably best. The phone is completely unlocked and works on 900/1800/1900Mhz GSM networks around the world.

m888a iPhone Nano clone

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on November 25th, 2008

m888a iPhone Nano clone
Here’s an interesting clone. The m888a will let you own a smaller sized iPhone, with dull specs. An iPhone mini-me. Just keep in mind that your fingers remain the same size. Specs include: a 2.4-inch touchscreen with stylus, dual-band GSM and a VGA camera, even comes in black and white in an Apple-like package. One thing that the original doesn’t have and the m888a does is dual-SIM support and freedom to be on any GSM network.

Plica phone concept with dual screen display

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on July 31st, 2008

Plica phone concept with dual screen displayThe iPhone may have some competition if this dual screen display concept is ever realized. It’s called the Plica phone and it’s like the Nintendo DS of phones. One of the screens is a touch screen keyboard, the other functions as a touch monitor. You can also view an entire web page on a single display or have them spread out across both.

Designer James Piatt’s idea was no doubt inspired by the DS Lite and has a ton of potential. It’s one concept that has a decent chance of seeing the light of day. I’d say that if Nintendo were going to build a phone, it would be something very similar to this rather then a Wii phone.

$10 anti-iPhone released by Hop-On

Posted in Hop-on by Shane McGlaun on May 23rd, 2008

Hop-On HOP1800While you and I may not understand it, there is a certain percentage of the population that simply wants nothing to do with cool gadgets. I know these people really have no place in a civilized society, but in the spirit of brotherhood and acceptance I present the $10 anti-iPhone.

Hop-On has announced a new disposable cellular phone that retails for only $10 called the HOP1800. The device lacks anything fans of tech want to see on a mobile phone like good looks, LCD display and generally anything cool.

Apple iPhone, Cisco iPhone?

Posted in Apple,Cisco,iPhone,News by Darrin Olson on January 12th, 2007

Could Apple and Cisco both have a product branded as iPhone?Within 24 hours of the release of the Apple iPhone announcement by Steve Jobs at Macworld earlier this week, Cisco filed a law suit against Apple for the use of the iPhone name, despite talks between the two companies that had apparently fell through. Cisco had owned the iPhone trademark for a number of years, and Jobs’ announcement with the name was what many are calling a bold move.

Many speculations have been floating around about what the result of the lawsuit will be, one …

OpeniBoot lets you run Android on your iPad

Posted in iPad by Conner Flynn on November 14th, 2010

This is similar to the Android on an iPhone hack that allowed the first-generation iPhone and iPhone 3G to get Android 2.2 Froyo loaded. Developers are now working together to get Android on the iPad tablet, allowing the device to dual-boot into either the normal iOS environment or to the Android OS.

This is great news for those iPad owners who love to use Android. You could run Flash content while in Android mode. It’s called the OpeniBoot project and developers are targeting the iBoot bootloader on iOS devices, so potentially other operating systems can also get dual-boot privileges, like Linux.

Apple iPad Launch Today in the US

Posted in iPad by Darrin Olson on April 3rd, 2010

Apple iPad launchApple launched it’s new iPad tablet on Saturday, meeting long lines of individuals anxiously waiting, some for many hours, to purchase the new mobile device. The release of the iPad is the most anticipated product Apple has released since the iPhone launch in 2007, with almost as much hype surrounding it.

The iPads going on sale Saturday are the WiFi-only versions and are priced from $499 to $699 depending on the storage capacity desired, which ranges from 16GB to 64GB. Apple will release a 3G version of the iPad later in the month with prices ranging from $629 to $829, again depending on storage capacity.

The iPad devices are a small tablet-like device with a 9.7-inch touch screen (on screen keyboard) and they run an operating system very similar to the iPhone or iPod touch. They have the ability to download and play music and videos from Apple’s iTunes library, read books e-books with Apple’s new iBook application and use thousands of applications from the Apple App Store for the iPad.

Phenom unveils Dream watch phone

Posted in Watches by Shane McGlaun on November 27th, 2009

phenomdreamwatchphoneGeeks the world over have become infatuated with the idea of a watch phone. I can get the outright geek appeal of the devices, but the reality of the tiny keys and screen don’t make me want to give up my iPhone for a watch phone.

Phenom has unveiled its latest device called the Dream watch phone. The device is a quad-band dual SIM watch phone that also has a built-in MP3 player, video player, digital camera, and video camera inside the tiny package.

Philips unveils iPod docking Wake-up Light

Posted in Philips by Shane McGlaun on October 27th, 2009

philipswakeuplightI have never had a problem getting out of bed in the morning, my wife on the other hand is worse than my kids. For people who don’t wake up well, Philips has unveiled a new alarm clock called the Wake-up Light.

The clock has a traditional alarm built in and the iPod docking model can wake you to music from your playlist, FM radio, or different nature sounds. The big feature of the device is the light that simulates a sunrise.



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