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Are you tired of carrying around George Costanza's wallet? Do you have way too many loyalty cards, credit cards, and debit cards? The Geode by iCache has got to be one of the smartest solutions we've seen in a while, digitizing that fat stack of plastic into a single iPhone case.
What's strange is that instead of calling it the iPad 3 or the iPad HD, Apple came forward and simply introduced the new iPad as the iPad. Will the next iPhone have the same fate?
Typically, when you're playing your games on your PC you're largely restricted to a keyboard and mouse. You might use some other peripheral controller, but that's generally the norm. What if you wanted a little more? With the Power-Grid iPhone app from Roccat, you can get that.
If you have an Android smartphone or tablet, then you'll know that voice search is already an integrated feature in Google's mobile OS. The Siri voice assistant in the iPhone 4S is stealing some serious thunder, so it looks like Google wants to fight back with something simply named Assistant.
He was just trying to get them home, like how salmon return to their original birthplace to spawn. A security video has caught a smuggler red-handed with 30 Apple iPhones taped onto his body. He was trying to get them from Hong Kong into China
Annoying co-workers and unmanageable older brothers causing trouble in your life? Help has finally arrived, provided you own an iPhone 4S/4/3GS, or iPad/iPad2 or iPod touch (or all if you are rich and a bit crazy about all things ‘i’). The iLaunch Rocket Launcher is a weapons system which will allow you to rain darts on those who intrude your personal space and it can be controlled with your iDevice.
Your iPhone should be making your life a whole lot easier thanks to all the features that it brings with it. But for accessing all that power while you are driving your car requires complicated docking accessories or different types of cables, or a well trained brain for handling your car and the device simultaneously (not recommended!). But all that will change with the arrival of Dash, a car stereo system custom-made to fit the iPhone 4 and 4S.
It’s time you threw away your dumb walkie-talkie style baby monitor and try the "smart" way of keeping an eye on your little ones. The Smart Baby Monitor from French company Withings will allow you to check on your baby through your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. The sensor-packed web cam was released in the UK last year and now US citizens can finally get their hands on it.
Japan is still recovering from the meltdown, earthquake, and tsunami in Fukushima, so it makes sense that public fears over radiation are at an...
Now, you can load it up on your preferred iDevice and kick it old school like the cool kids. Not surprisingly, you'll need to jailbreak your iPhone to get this theme through Cydia.
You know how when you go into a Starbucks, they sometimes have those promotional cards that let you download free music to your iTunes account? Well, that concept is now being expanded for Canadians who would prefer to get a free app for their iPhone or iPod touch.
A big part of going green has to do with capturing what would otherwise be wasted. That's why they say coffee grounds can make good fertilizer, or even green lego blocks, and that's where the idea for regenerative braking in hybrid electric cars came into the picture. But what about you as a human being? What wasted energy could be recaptured from you?
These days, you can cut the cords and use wireless technology like Wi-Fi or Bluetooth. The iFrogz Boost Speaker uses neither of these, relying on what sounds more like a telepathy with your music-pumping iDevice.
Unlike what the previous rumor on Apple’s next generation iPhone claimed, the latest info suggests that the company might be planning a fall launch for the iPhone 5 (or whatever the company might end up calling it), and they will keep this schedule for many years to come, that is a new iPhone every fall.
You know how the informal slogan at Google is "don't be evil." Yeah, it looks like that philosophy has long since been thrown out the window and now it's continuing with some unauthorized iPhone tracking.
I'm not entirely sure just how useful this could be, but I guess some people must want it. The idea behind Clik for iOS and Android is that you can browse for YouTube videos on your phone and have them sent directly to the web browser on your computer.
Many believe that Apple’s decision to keep Siri away from non-4S iOS devices is part of their marketing strategy, while some believe that the company is simply unable to provide the service to the whole iOS population. But whatever the reason is behind it, it appears like Apple will always be deciding on who all will be playing with the voice assistant. They have killed Siri on jailbroken iOS devices other than the iPhone 4S.
Although many believe that there is no need for a case for the iPhone, we think that’s a really bad idea. That is why we let you know whenever an awesome case is introduced. The new product that you see above is the AQUA TEK S case for iPhone 4 and 4S from Snow Lizard Products, and it does more than just protect your iPhone from falls and hits.
I know what you're thinking. This is going after much the same market as the Parrot AR Drone and that's probably true, except these aren't quadrocopters; they just have the two stacked rotors. There's apparently three different versions of the RC helis, two of which come with onboard cameras for recording both stills and videos.
China and clone devices pretty much go hand-in-hand, still the newest iPhone 4S clone actually has something to offer that makes it at least somewhat noteworthy. This clone is one of the first few Shanzhai smartphone clones to feature Ice Cream Sandwich.
Don’t you think that it will be awesome if we had a time machine to travel back in time to enjoy the glorious retro days? Unfortunately, we can’t do that. But what we can do is make the things around us look a bit like the ones from the past. Designer Anton Repponen has done just that, but just to his iPhone.
What if you could look at a 3D object on your iPhone and when you moved your head or shifted your eyes, the display would respond accordingly to give you what would be the real world perspective change? Apparently, that could very well be the kind of technology we'll be finding in the iPhone 5.
Okay, so solar power chargers aren't anything new per say, so why should we care about this one? First off, it's design seems solid and it is from folks who clearly have worked for reputable technology companies in the past. Beyond that, this is highly polished compared to cheaper alternatives (such as Chinese solar solution), and even consists of an additional battery and a 16-bit microcontroller that communicates with a custom iOS app for the SolMate.
Right now, it's being offered as a Kickstarter project, but it looks like Cellpig is well under way with getting these ready for market. The Cellhelmet case is meant to be a ruggedized case for your iPhone without being overly bulky or ugly. They use TPU (thermoplastic polyurethane rubber) that has the "feeling of hard rubber, yet it's not rigid like plastic."
"Woah woah woah, what is that?" In an lackluster lineup for the iPhone 5, trendy hipsters seem to be bored with Apple's next offering. But wait, Samsung has something up their sleeve, it's the Android-powered Galaxy Note.
Saurik, the father of Cydia, highly recommends that everyone that has a jailbroken iOS 5.0.1 should make the upgrade to this latest Corona update. You can choose from two different downloads: one update that runs from Windows and the other directly for upgrading from iOS.
We have seen a lot of iPhone 5 rumors earlier, but this new one seems to be pretty trustworthy. It comes to us courtesy of the folks over at 9to5Mac who appear to have got the latest info on the next generation iPhone, tentatively called iPhone 5, via a Foxconn worker.
Ever wanted to see a showdown between voice assistants? You can do just that by taking a peek at the video (posted below) which has been released by Motorola. It shows the duel between Siri on the iPhone 4S and Google Voice Actions on the Droid RAZR.
Remember that Lytro point-and-shoot box camera we talked about back in October? Well, it appears like Steve Jobs was "interested" in that technology, so that's enough for people to "speculate" that the sensor might make its way into an iPhone sometime in the future.
You might remember that Absinthe, the new untethered jailbreak tool from Dream Team, was previously released just a few days ago as a Mac-only solution, but they did promise that Windows people would get it too. So that day is now here.
Dream Team has done it ! Earlier today the A5 jailbreak for the iPhone 4S and iPad 2 has been released. The long awaited A5 jailbreak, is finally here and is very easy to use. This version of jailbreak eliminates the putting iDevice into DFU mode hence making the jailbreak process fast and easy.
The undisputed leader of all sales from all carriers that offers the iPhone is the iPhone 4S for last two months of 2011. Who would have thought otherwise? More interesting and telling is the struggle for second place. The Samsung Galaxy S II looks like the leader for the second spot, except for Verizon where Samsung's Galaxy Nexus took the position in December 2011, while in November 2011 it was Motorola's Droid RAZR as Verizon's second big selling phone.
Dream Team is making some major headway when it comes to jailbreaking the iPhone 4S and iPad 2 running iOS 5.0.1. Pod2g and others on the team have been working hard to jailbreak the iPhone 4S and iPad 2, both of these devices use the A5 chip which has proven to be a tough one to crack.
Now it seems that both Apple and Samsung might be making a move down this road as well, as both are actively looking into a hi-tech spray that make smartphones waterproof, and such technology could even arrive with the iPhone 5.
The iTunes App Store is filled with a lot of apps that allow the managing, editing or sharing of photos. Although most of the apps are quite helpful, it’s very rare that we find something that can be called impressive. But the newly launched GroupShot app is pretty special.
Monday, Nissan announced they are joining the iPhone case business too, but the automaker is doing something different: it has a self-healing case that will fix its own scratches, scrapes, and blemishes.
The latest concept for the upcoming iPhone 5, however, takes an entirely different approach. It includes two home buttons placed along the sides of the iDevice instead.
Sure, can talk to your iPhone with Siri. But what if you could wave to it as well? It appears like you will be able to do just that sometime in the future. From the latest info available via a patent application from Apple, we have got hints of a new 3D GUI for iOS mobile devices.
I know. Just another case, right? Considering that I'm here at the Consumer Electronics Show, I am quite literally surrounded by so many different cases that really aren't all that different from one another, but the Lille Case from Luxa2 actually takes a pretty interesting approach to answering your call.
CES is not only about smartphones, Ultrabooks and tablets (although all those are what attract us), but also about a lot of upcoming accessories. The Celluon Prodigy is a new battery case for the iPhone 4 and 4S with an intriguing concept.
The company is expected to unveil its new turnaround plans late in the first quarter. It seems T-Mobile could most defiantly use iPhone 5's magic , to breathe some fresh air into their company. Only time will tell if the iPhone 5 will make an appearance on T-Mobile.
wanted to project your iPhone 4 66-inches across your ceiling? It's now possible with the new MISEETX. But that's just one small function for the world's first fully integrated micro-computer. It also boasts pretty much every input and output port you would ever need, a Intel Atom 1.6 GHz, 66-inch HD Pico projector using DLP, along with a touch screen, Wifi, and a "Virtual Laser Keyboard" which is as responsive as it is cool.
Back in mid-November we talked about Gametel's Bluetooth gamepad and we were rather excited to finally see a high quality device like this that actually works with Android. In order to expand its user base, Gametel has added support for both iPhone and iPad using this device as well.
It is pretty common these days for many radios to have an iPod docking station, but AOC is taking the concept to the next level by integrating a dock into their new Aire monitor.
Will we hear about an iPhone 5 announcement soon with a typical June launch date? Will that iPhone 5 have a dual-core A6 processor? All are speculation at this time, Apple could have put this code in to make competitors nervous, but Apple is a company that actually does things rather than make it look like their doing things.
Not many details have been released about the new version at this point, but the company claimed last year that this is the next big thing in glass and we can expect it to be in the iPhone 5.
Then, on top of that, Verizon had this setback with three separate outages of their 4G/LTE network in December alone, and it's unclear whether customers will be receiving a credit on their accounts because of the outage or whether the 4G/LTE network will be able to support additional devices like the iPhone 5.
Say hello to the iPhone SJ. As we anxiously await any kind of formal announcement from Apple about a true iPhone 5 successor to the current iPhone 4S, we turn to the various design studios on the web for insights and inspirations. Here is one such example.
You might have wondered how it is possible for pod2g to have an untethered 4S device when dev teams still haven't released tools to achieve this at home. Wonder no longer, as Pod2g explains it all
Up until now there has been no viable way to jailbreak Apple's A5 devices (iPhone 4S and the iPad 2) but if Pod2gis correct, this is all about to change.