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Gear4 HouseParty AirWave iPod/iPhone Dock Streams Internet Radio

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on November 25th, 2010

Gear4′s latest iPhone/iPod dock, the HouseParty AirWave does more than just dock your iDevice. It also offers access to Internet radio stations and users can control the dock over Wi-Fi using an iOS app. You can search for and tune into Internet, DAB and FM radio stations.

It also has the ability to let you control a docked iPod or iPhone, but you’ll need to do it using another iOS device. Other features include two three-inch 20W speakers, a 3.5mm aux input and media streaming support from storage devices.

ZAGG sportLEATHER Back Covers for iPhone and iPad

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on November 23rd, 2010

It’s a constant battle to keep our gadgets shiny and new looking and protect them from scratches. So we use protective covers that hopefully look good. If you like baseball or football and want to protect your iPhone or iPad from scratches, Zagg has some cool covers that fit the bill.

The Zagg sportLEATHER collection are sized for the iPhone 3G/3GS, the iPhone 4, and the iPad. They come in a design that looks like a white leather baseball with the grain and the red stitching. The other design has the look of a football with white laces.

XShot iPhone Tripod Case

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on November 21st, 2010

We have featured many different iPhone cases here at the ‘Brick, but this one will let you use your iPhone with a tripod so you can take photos and record videos with ease. The XShot iPhone Tripod Case looks like a standard iPhone case, but it comes with a neat add on that lets you mount your iPhone onto a tripod.

When you don’t need to use it with a tripod, just take the add on off easily. The XShot iPhone Tripod Case will be available later this month for $25. Should come in handy for those who take lots of pics with their iPhone.

Bolle BP-10 is the first iPhone printer

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on November 21st, 2010

The iPhone does a lot, but it doesn’t have it’s own printer. Wait, now it does. The Bolle BP-10 is a photo printer dedicated to the iPhone that can print 4″x6″ photos from single, or multiple images. You control the printer with an app that Bolle has created, which can be downloaded for free from the App Store.

The iPhone communicates with the printer via the standard iPhone port, and the printer also acts as a charging station for the phone. The printer is compatible with iPhone, iPhone 2007, iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS, and iPhone 4.

Oxygen Audio Car Stereo with iPhone interface

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on November 18th, 2010

French electronics manufacturer Oxygen Audio will introduce an audio system at CES 2011 that uses an iPhone as the head unit interface. The O’Car audio system allows your iPhone to dock right to the front of the audio deck. A cantilever swivels the phone horizontally or vertically, and angles it in any direction.

You’ll be able to use your favorite apps for traffic information and navigation or whatever new technology comes to the market–as long as it goes to your phone. A downloadable app controls the entertainment system, which offers AM/FM/RDS radio, 4 by 55 watt amp and subwoofer control, and also provides seamless app multitasking.

Steve Wozniak thinks Android will best iPhone in the long term

Posted in Android by Conner Flynn on November 18th, 2010

Apple’s co-founder Steve Wozniak recently gave an interview to the dutch newspaper De Telegraaf, and it looks like Steve thinks that Android will become the dominant smartphone platform over Apple’s iOS in the long term.

According to Steve Wozniak Android is likely to win the race. He mentioned that the iPhone ‘Has very few weak points. There aren’t any real complaints and problems. In terms of quality, the iPhone is leading’ While he also said that Android does more for more people.

Official Google Voice finally reaches the iPhone

Posted in Google by Conner Flynn on November 16th, 2010

After a very long delay, Apple has posted Google Voice for the iPhone. It’s free in the App Store. The app lets users make outbound calls using a Google Voice number at its reduced rates and also supports free outbound messages. You can also check texts and voicemail with push notifications when they come in while the app is closed.

The app needs a Google Voice account of course. This comes after more than a year of controversy over its appropriateness for the store. Apple says that it never rejected the app but had let the title languish for months even after an FCC investigation. But it’s here now.

Omnio WOWKeys Keyboard uses your iPhone as a Trackpad

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on November 8th, 2010

The WOWKeys keyboard merges the multi-touch capabilities of the iPhone with the PC. You can even use the keyboard to type on your iPhone. It allows you to do things like hit the switch and use the iPhone, via a App Store app, as a multi-touch touchpad.

If you are addicted to your iPhone, you will love this switching back and forth from your PC to your iPhone. The iPhone is sync’d and charged while in the slot in the WOWKeys. It has 15 function keys specifically for interacting with the iPhone. App designers can also craft new applications that further integrate your phone with your PC.

Yubz Rotating Speaker Dock for iPhone or iPod Touch

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on November 7th, 2010

Yubz latest is a Rotating Speaker for your iPhone or iPod Touch. You just dock your device in this speaker and you can watch or listen to your iPhone/iPod vertically or horizontally since the speaker station will turn the device 90°.

It will recharge the device as you are enjoying both music and videos. It features multi-dimensional acoustic performance from YUBZ’s advanced Sound Space 2.0 technology. It’s a tad expensive at $149.99, but hey, it rotates. Yours probably doesn’t do that.

58-inch Table Connect for iPhone multitouch makes your iPhone giant

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on October 29th, 2010

The Table Connect for iPhone is a 58-inch multitouch surface that accepts iPhone 4 connections via a 30-pin Dock Connector and then becomes your iPhone. The team is currently wrapping up an alpha software release, and even though a jailbroken iPhone is necessary, this is pretty impressive.

We hope that this will eventually go on sale for the rich and giant iPhone needing folks among us.

Bone Horn Stand iPhone Speaker

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on October 21st, 2010

Here’s something you don’t see everyday. The Bone Horn Stand uses old technology to enhance modern technology. It’s an un-powered amplifier for the iPhone 4, that works exactly like those old style horn speakers on gramophones. The speaker fits over the end of the iPhone where the built in speakers are.

Then the sound is channeled through the horn, and it supposedly adds 12 decibels of sound pressure to your iPhone’s built in speakers. The device can also be used as a stand.

iPhone-controlled Acutouch HT-9500 massage chair now available

Posted in Furniture by Conner Flynn on October 19th, 2010

If your Lazy-Boy isn’t lazy enough for you, how about an iPhone-controlled massage chair? Well, the Acutouch HT-9500 is now available for just $4,999. They’ve knocked a full grand off the MSRP. It comes with the HT-Connect app for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

This means that you can wirelessly control the chair and get “instant access to a world of resources, massage programs and expertise designed to improve your wellness and life.” Sounds good to us.

Magic Case turns your iPod Touch into an iPhone

Posted in iPod Touch by Conner Flynn on October 11th, 2010

This “magic” case will add phone and texting capabilities to the iPod Touch. At least that’s what it claims to do. We can’t say that we believe in magic around here, but we’ll give them the benefit of the doubt. For $129.99, this case will transform any jailbroken 1st gen, 2nd gen, or 3rd gen iPod Touch into a phone that can make voice calls and send text messages.

Sounds pretty amazing. And you wouldn’t be locked to a carrier if you got one of these. But the product page doesn’t mention any 3G support. Who will buy one of these and let us know if it works?

Apple readies Verizon iPhone for 2011

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on October 7th, 2010

Verizon has announced that they are launching a special iPhone just for Verizon customers. You can expect this version of the iPhone to be out sometime in the beginning of 2011 with mass production of this device beginning by the end of 2010.

No word yet on what kind of Verizon friendly features it may have, if any, but the Wall Street Journal says that it would be based on an alternative wireless technology used by Verizon. We just want to know what the price is going to be like with a contract. If they beat AT&T’s offers, things could get competitive.

Dream Jammies use an iPhone app to monitor your sleep, shake you awake

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on October 6th, 2010

Forget alarm clocks. Dream Jammies will shake you awake. Alexander Reeder’s technologically enhanced pajamas are connected by a series of wires to an iPhone App that allows you to get shaken awake by someone connected to the other side. No matter how far away they may be.

The Dream Jammies are pretty ugly, but they are fitted with motion sensors that can tell whether the wearer is standing up, laying down or tossing and turning. The information is transmitted to their partner’s iPhone which indicates restful or restlessness via a colorful screen. If one partner shakes their iPhone, it wakes their sleeping partner.