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Avi Stylix iPod / iPhone docking station streams Netflix

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on March 22nd, 2011

Here’s something that we don’t see everyday. This Avi Stylix iPod / iPhone docking station sports a built in 7-inch LCD capable of streaming Netflix. Other features include a Dock Connector port, twin two-watt speakers, USB port, SD card slot and a remote.

It will also stream Netflix, as mentioned, but just be aware that you’ll need an iPhone or iPod touch with a live internet connection. That’s because there is no WiFi module built into the device itself. Still, it’s a neat trick for a dock, especially at just $99.99. Not bad at all.

R2-D2 iPhone case

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on March 21st, 2011

If you didn’t already get the Droid R2-D2 edition, than all of you wannabe Luke Skywalkers out there have another option. This R2-D2 case for your iPhone. Nothing is cooler than making a phone look like a Star Wars robot after all.

This one features sculpted details and is a StarWarsShop exclusive iPhone 3G hard case. It may not pal around with C-3PO and beep and chirp at you, but it’s the next best thing to having an actual droid.

iPhone app lets you take photos of cars and check on prices

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on March 20th, 2011

How many times have you been out and about and said to yourself, I really wish I knew how much that model of car is going for? If this happens to you often, then check this out. If you’re living in Sweden, price comparison site Bilpriser.se has just rolled out a new iPhone app that lets you shoot a photo of a car’s license plate and retrieve it’s specs and compare prices for that vehicle.

Apparently it just checks out the government registration database to locate the car’s make and model, then checks the information against their own database so that the right information will be sent to the right users. There are over 9,000 models and 80,000 different versions so you should get the right information most of the time.

Pinball Magic turns your iPhone into a pinball machine

Posted in iPhone by Reuben Drake on March 17th, 2011

Who doesn’t love a game of pinball? Sadly those quarters add up and it can get expensive. Plus Pinball machines take up a lot of space. That’s why we play virtual pinball games on our phones and computer, but this doesn’t equal the same kind of fun.

Pinball Magic won’t give you the same experience as a full-sized pinball machine, but it will give you the experience of playing pinball on a machine designed for tiny people. It will work with a free pinball app that’s available from the Apple App Store, and it works with all iPhone and iPod Touch models that use iOS 3.0 or higher. Just $64.

Google Search for iPhone updated

Posted in Google by Conner Flynn on March 16th, 2011

Google’s Mobile App that’s been around on iOS for awhile has now been updated and has a name change. The app is now called Google Search and it packs some new useful search features for the iOS platform. For one thing, there’s a new toolbar when using Google Search.

If you want to filter your search results into different categories like you can do on the desktop version of Google, the toolbar makes it easy to do on your iOS device. Just swipe from left to right on the device and a toolbar will appear. Select the category and the results on the right will be filtered according to your choice. Pretty sweet.

Panasonic releases three new iPhone/ iPod docking stations

Posted in iPad by Conner Flynn on March 2nd, 2011

Panasonic has launched three new iPhone/ iPod docking stations in Japan. They are the SC-HC55, SC-HC35 and SC-HC05. All of these new docking stations come with FM radio and Bluetooth support. The Panasonic SC-HC55 is the high-end version and features a CD player and Bluetooth hands-free module with an output of 2x40W.

The Panasonic SC-HC35 lacks the Bluetooth hands-free module, while the Panasonic SC-HC05 is an entry-level model without a CD player and Bluetooth hands-free module. They look pretty good.

Bentley Collection iPad, iPhone, and BlackBerry cases

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on February 28th, 2011

Maybe it’s time to give your iPad the same treatment as your Bentley seats. If you think so, then check this out. Bentley’s “luxury leather partner” Ettinger, is releasing a line of gadget cases for your iPad, iPhone, or BlackBerry.

It will cost you £45 for the phone holsters or £89 for the iPad version. Your gadget will be living in luxury, while your wallet empties just a tad deeper. What do you think? It will go well with your ride.

Apple not working on smaller iPhone

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on February 17th, 2011

Remember the latest rumor about Apple working on a smaller iPhone? Well, according to the New York Times, that ain’t happening, though Apple has looked at the possibility of a cheaper model. Earlier rumors had Apple developing a prototype of a smaller and cheaper iPhone, 1/3 smaller, or 1/2 as small depending who you believe, but the Times is now claiming that “Apple is not currently developing a smaller iPhone, according to people briefed on Apple’s plans who requested anonymity because the plans are confidential.”

Anyway, a smaller device would not necessarily be much cheaper to make and it would be a pain to use besides. Developers might have to rewrite their apps too. So no smaller iPhone just yet.

iPhone Jackpot Slots

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on February 16th, 2011

Let’s say you can’t make it to the Casino, but you do have your trusty iPhone in your pocket. That means you can still play the Slots. The iPhone Jackpot Slots consists of a docking station that turns your phone into a one armed bandit.

Although you will look pretty silly pulling that tiny lever again and again, but that’s your call. The iPhone Jackpot Slots will cost you £30 (or $48). You can win in-game credits to unlock further slot games that have their very own difficulty levels.

iPhone passwords get stolen within 6 minutes

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on February 10th, 2011

Password theft is a serious problem. And with the iPhone gaining more support in the enterprise scene, people have begun taking a more serious look at the security of the device. And so some reports have surfaced that thieves can extract and decrypt passwords stored in your iPhone. What’s more, they can do it in less than 6 minutes.

That means they can get things like your Gmail login, corporate VPN, home Wi-Fi, MS Exchange details and more, using a method that involves jailbreaking the phone and accessing the data. You should install the Find My iPhone app to remotely wipe your phone in case it gets stolen.

iFrogz announces that some cases are compatible with Verizon iPhone

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on February 8th, 2011

If you have been using the iPhone 4 on AT&T and are ready to move to Verizon, you have to be aware that your case may not fit the Verizon iPhone. That’s because the iPhone 4 for Verizon has the buttons on the side lowered a bit, which makes some cases not work.

The good news is that iFrogz has announced that several of its cases will work fine for both the Verizon and AT&T iPhone 4 phones, which saves you some hassle. Some of the cases that will fit the Verizon version are the Luxe original, Luxe Lean, Treadz, Wrapz, and the Soft Gloss.

iControlPad is finally available

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on February 8th, 2011

The iControlPad has been under development for a long time, but now it has finally started shipping and it’s available to buy for $75. It will make your smartphone games a lot more enjoyable, making it feel more like a traditional handheld console.

The iControlPad began as a simple adapter with a dock connector that allowed you to connect to smartphone emulators, but now it connects via Bluetooth and opens the doors to other devices like the Motorola Backflip, Blackberry Touch, and G1 as well as the iPhone.

Kenwood outs C-414 iPhone/iPod Compact Audio System in Japan

Posted in Kenwood by Conner Flynn on February 8th, 2011

Kenwood has introduced a new Compact Audio System in the C-414 Series, which features an FM Radio tuner, CD player and a dedicated iPhone/iPod dock. The dock comes packed with DTS Envelo Technology, which allows direct access to your music library.

This dock will also play music through an SD card or USB port. You can expect it to arrive on the Japanese market in your choice of silver, pink and white for $329. Looks pretty sweet.

Visa begins iPhone ‘iWallet’ payment tests in Europe

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on February 1st, 2011

We still need to carry around our credit cards in our wallets, so why not turn your handset into an e-wallet? Might as well. That’s what Visa Europe has in mind with the first commercial deployment of its iPhone payments App.

NFC-capable iPhones should be on their way later this year and the AAPL intends to look into ways for merchants to obtain a cheap and easy set-up for payment kiosks so that mobile payments can be easily handled with the proper infrastructure in place. This iPhone payment system requires users to use an add-on device before making a payment, but the iPhone 5 may have a built-in e-wallet if the rumors turn out to be true.

iPhone Desktop Headset

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on January 30th, 2011

The iPhone 4 is what it’s all about today, but maybe you miss those old-fashioned desktop handset phones. Well, if you do, check this out. Sometimes you just wish your phone could have a handset so it would be easier to hold up to your ear with your shoulder right? That’s hard to do with the iPhone 4.

Here’s the answer. This Desktop Handset costs about $59.95 and has all the normal functions on your phone while making a call. It will plug into your phones earphone jack, and will charge via USB or a wall outlet, allowing your iPhone to become a desktop handset.