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World’s smallest waterproof MP3 player clips to your goggles

The iPod shuffle is pretty small, but it doesn't do you much good when you want to go for a dip in the pool with Michael Phelps. For that, you may be much more inclined to check out the UWaterG2 from Fitness Technologies, Inc. They've developed the world's smallest 100% waterproof MP3 player.

CONTEST: Mobile Magazine Gadget Grab Bag Giveaway!

How do you like the new digs? As you may have noticed Mobile Magazine has just undergone a bit of an extreme makeover. We...

Six new Jabra headsets, all with Lync and touchscreens

Feel like stretching out that corporate expense account with a few new toys? It looks like Jabra has gone headset crazy, announcing no fewer than six brand new headsets this week. The kicker is that they all come paired with their own little touchscreen displays and they all play nice with Microsoft Lync.

Motorola S10-HD Bluetooth headset designed to take on sweat

Whether you're hitting up the gym or going outside for a run, you probably want to have some tunes on hand. At the same time, you don't want to deal with wires and cables. The Motorola S10-HD lets you handle both in style with a sporty wraparound design.

Genius offers first wireless graphic tablet: The MousePen M508W

Another option for graphic designers has emerged this week. Genius, makers of tablets and other peripherals have added the first wireless tablet to their roster. The 5 x 8-inch MousePen M508W tablet is just $199 and will ship this September. As for technicals, it gives you 1024-levels of pressure sensitivity, comparable to the Intuos Bamboo pen but twice the LPI, sitting pretty at 4000.

HTC Legend review

If you're thinking that the overall form factor looks familiar, well, you're right. The HTC Legend functions as a spiritual successor to the HTC Hero, throwing the "chin" back in the game. The Legend also comes with a bunch of other improvements too, including operating off the newer HSPA network.

Weatherproof iPhone bicycle mount sits on your handlbars feeding you data

The Biologic Bike Mount is a bicycle-mount for your iPhone, allowing you to strap your device to the handlebars and keep tabs on GPS location, speed, distance traveled, perhaps all the while playing some good music to keep those quads pumping. The mount is part of a weatherproof case, silicon-lined for protection against water and dust, and able to rotate 360 degrees between landscape and portrait mode.

Review: DryCase keeps your beats going underwater

Hot fun in the summer, oh yah. DryCorp sent us one of their mp3 player cases to check out. It fit quite right with the Apple iPod. I’m still kickin’ it to my 3G model, hence the dated looking thing sealed and protected inside the dry case which helps it evade a nasty inevitable liquid death quite common in the summer months. You can take it in the pool, river, or the shower, the dry case is designed to keep your gear happy in the water.

Super rugged Xbox 360 consoles for NBA’s road warriors

I love nothing more than curling up on my couch or bean bag chair, grabbing my Xbox 360 controller, and dialing in some hours on Street Fighter IV or NHL 10. However, not everyone has that kind of luxury. For NBA players who are always on the road, 2K has devised the perfect solution. It's not quite the same as the Xbox Portable we want to see to compete against the Nintendo DSi and Sony PSP, but it's still portable.

Going hands-on with the almost-a-tablet Dell Mini 5 prototype

Even before the Apple iPad officially broke the surface, we had already seen a number of UMPCs and MIDs hit the market. You do have to admit that Cupertino will really help to put the mini-tablet on the map, though, so it's interesting to look at the immediate competition. One of the most captivating? The Dell Mini 5.

Jabra’s Clipper Bluetooth stereo headset is more discreet

Sick and tired of the same old look and feel of the majority of Bluetooth cyborg headsets out there? Think it’s time for some discretion and comfort (and maybe some funky colors, depending on your choice)? Here's the Jabra Clipper to save your stylish ass.

Ultimate Ears six-speaker custom monitors fit in your ear, made for rock stars

At $1350 a pop these little buds have six-speakers inside and are not even considered headphones, they call them monitors because they are so acoustically tight and reduce ambient noise by 26 dBs.

CES gadgets you may have missed

At this annual event - as you saw in my recent show overview - I was bombarded by vendors at every turn and played with more gadgets than I’ve ever seen in my life. I also went to a few special events. These events were designated PRESS-ONLY and therefore contained some items regular attendees might not have seen.

5 Things to Remember While Buying a Headphone

Whether you are going out for a jog or simply want to do some household chores, a good pair of headphones can really be...

Sennheiser 2015

Sennheiser launched various wireless headphones as a part of their 2015 line which were mostly based on their earlier wired headphone models. The Urbanite...

Ultrasone AG 2015

Ultrasone, just like any other German headphone manufacturer, like AKG, Sennheiser and Beyerdynamic have surely proved that the headphones designed by them are superior...

CES 2010 Wrapup: Sights, Sounds and Reflections

There’s no better way to overload your brain and body than by spending a week in Las Vegas for the Consumer Electronics Show (CES). The event brings together thousands of vendors, tens of thousands of visitors and millions of feet of exhibition space in the most imaginary of locales.

Speck Skins the iPhone with CandyShell, SeeThru and Fitted cases

Our friends at Speck have busted out a cornucopia of colorful cases destined for the iPhone 3G and 3GS at CES this year. The lineup includes the CandyShell, Fitted and SeeThru. These three new models will bring us over 30 different case colors and combinations to choose from.

iWave Grass Roots Collection Grows Wood for CES

The Consumer Electronics Show kicks off a little later this week in Las Vegas and I fully intend on seeing all there is to...

REVIEW – BlackBerry Bold 9700 from Rogers Wireless

We officially found out a couple of months ago that Rogers Wireless would be carrying the BlackBerry 9700. Well, it is most definitely a...

microSD makes a play for music – via SanDisk

The thumbnail-sized microSD card always strikes me as a recipe for lost data. A breeze, a bump on the train, a fumble when loading...

Tiny Micro MP3 Player No Bigger than Just Earphones

Sure, it may not be able to do HD radio like the new Zune HD. Sure, it may not be able to shoot videos...

REVIEW – Maximo iMetal iP-HS5 Isolation Headset

Last year, I took a look at the iMetal iP-HS2 Isolation Headset from Maximo Products. This headset was largely catering to the iPhone, but...

REVIEW – Yubz Magnum Stereo Bluetooth Speaker

Now that the iPhone can do the stereo Bluetooth thing, I have a burning suspicion that the market for stereo Bluetooth products could be...

Looking Forward to Standard 3.5mm Jacks for HTC Devices

In general, I'd say that I like most of the devices that come out of the HTC camp. My first real smartphone was an...

REVIEW – Maximo iM-590 iMetal Isolation Earphones

As a kid, I was perfectly satisfied with whatever headphones came with my Sony Walkman. All I wanted was the ability to take my...

REVIEW: Griffin Navigate Inline Controller and FM Radio for iPhone and iPod

There are a number of reasons why you may want to keep your iPhone or iPod in your pocket. Maybe you're in a shadier...

REVIEW – Radius Atomic Bass for iPhone Earphones Review

When you invest in a new MP3 player or music phone, there's a good chance that the included headset leaves a lot to be...

CES 2009 – Checking Out the iPod Accessories

The Consumer Electronics Show has just about everything under the sun, but one of the areas that continues to be pretty fun is in...

Upgrading Cheap Earphones For Just Thirteen Bucks

Most MP3 players and other portable players come bundled with a pair of pretty cheap headphones, not really giving you the proper aural experience...

The Show Review: CES 2009

Like tech reporter Michael Kwan, I spent four+ crazy days on the show floor at CES in Las Vegas as vendors got their game...

REVIEW: Griffin Component A/V Cables for iPod

With the noted exception of the iPod shuffle, the entire line of iPod portable media players is capable of playing video files. This makes...

REVIEW: Griffin TuneBuds Earphones

After taking care of getting a protective case for the iPod, one of the most common upgrades that people consider is getting a new...

Mercedes Splitview Command Display Shows Two Images on One Screen

In most jurisdictions, it is illegal to watch a DVD in your car while driving. That's why most monitors for DVD-watching are placed behind...

Noise-Canceling iPod Earphones Plug into Dock Connector

Why hadn't they thought of this before? We've bot a bevy of speaker docks and FM transmitters that make use of the iPod dock...

REVIEW: FutureSonics Atrio Premium Earphones

When you pick up a shiny new iPod or some other portable media player, it usually comes bundled with a free set of headphones....

Sony VAIO TT Notebook: Quantum of Solace Edition

What is the ideal laptop for an international super spy who calls himself Bond, James Bond? Is it the one with built-in lasers and...

Musical Toque Keeps Your Head Warm and Bobbing

The winter months are upon us. Maybe you've started digging through the closet to rediscover your old scarf and gloves, but what about keeping...

LG Rhythm Parties Like Rock Star on Alltel

There's no mistaking what the LG Rhythm is all about. This slider phone is on its way to Alltel and it's geared directly at...

New Apple MacBooks Include iPhone Headset Integration

Here's an interesting little tidbit that flew under the radar during yesterday's MacBook announcements. As it turns out, the new notebooks from Apple come...

No Headphone Jack on Android-Powered T-Mobile G1

Seeing how the T-Mobile G1 with Google is supposed to be a consumer-minded smartphone, it's awfully strange to find that there is nary a...

Apple Let’s Rock Event Roundup: New Nano, Touch, iTunes, Etc.

As you may have heard, Steve Jobs and Apple held themselves a little event this morning. There's a lot of coverage out there, but...

Thin Sony Walkman Suggests Songs For You

I don't know too many people who own a Sony Walkman MP3 player, unless you count the people that own a Sony Ericsson cell...

Apple iPhone 3G Gets Unofficial Stereo Bluetooth Support

Although it is now boasting some blazing 3G high-speed data and some nifty GPS navigation, there are still a few pieces missing to complete...

REVIEW: Maximo iMetal iP-HS2 Isolation Headset for iPhone

The Apple iPhone, if Steve Jobs is to be believed, was designed to replace your existing cell phone and your iPod. In this way,...

iPod Docks Coming to Singapore Airlines Business Class

Sitting through a trans-Pacific flight for 12 hours at a time can be a rather mind-numbing experience, so wouldn't it be nice if you...

Does Bruce Wayne Approve of Unofficial Batman MP3 Player?

You could easily opt for something from iRiver, Apple, or whatever other manufacturer of portable music players, but you just wouldn't be Gotham chic...

Apple iPhone Goes Stealthy Thanks to Colorware

It's not quite the same thing as the 3G iPhone, but you might be able to fool some of your friends by showing off...

Jabra’s Mono A2DP Bluetooth Headset is Exercise in Futility?

You could say that Jabra knows a thing or two about Bluetooth headsets, but this has got to be an industry first. When most...

Blink and Wink Your Way Through New iPod Controls

We're either getting terribly lazy or we're running out of useful ideas. It seems that a new iPod controller has been developed in Japan...