I had to write and tell you that since my review of Eco-Extreme I have used this gadget ALL OVER the house. It's become a portable speaker for my iPhone! The sound quality is so good that I put my iPhone in it and write with it, cook with it and clean with it. If I had a pool (hint hint Bill), I could take it to the pool with me, too.
When Sheep meet wolves, it typically means all out war...I mean WAR!! Let's face it, the two just do not get along. This is mainly based upon the fact that wolves like to y'know...eat sheep. And the sheep, they don't so much like to be eaten. That is where we pick up the action in Saving Private Sheep, a highly original game on the iPad.
Here’s a bag with a bonus! The Cocoon Innovations Messenger Sling bag not only protects and transports the iPad, but it also contains an extremely functional insert, the GRID-ITTM. The GRID-ITTM is designed to hold pens, a stylus, earphones, flash drives, notepads, business cards, charging cord, small electronics and other accessories. Customize it any way you like with the woven elastic grids that hold the accessories in place. The back of the GRID-ITTM even doubles as a mouse pad.
Today's the day that the RedEye Mini is available for purchase. This is their new portable remote control plug in. Below is the press release that I thought I would share with you.
So who needs a digital mirror on your iPhone 4? After all, I have a front facing camera now, and i can look at myself in that.
Before we get into the final installment of my multi-part review of the JH Audio JH 16 Pro, I wanted to take a peek behind the curtain at the people behind these fantastic in-ear monitors. So, what did I find? Would you believe Van Halen? Yup...we'll get to that.
To upgrade from iPhone 3G to iPhone 4, that is the question!
A colleague of mine asked if this was newsworthy. I can't think of anything more important than helping those in need. Indeed, if an iPhone can make a difference in people's lives, then that gives new meaning to "iPhone Life" as well.
Doctor Edward K. Wong, Jr. is an Associate Professor in the Department of Opthalmology at the University of California, Irvine. He is part of a team headed to Kenya in November, 2010 that will be working with 400 children who have never had an eye exam. The team will be using the iPhone 4's camera to examine the eyes of these orphans. The technology is based on work by MIT.
Apple does things differently. Other companies find out what people want and then give it to them. Apple's Steve Jobs imagines what he thinks people will like — and need — once they see it, and then Apple creates it. So out comes the iPad, a gizmo that was largely sui generis. And now Resolve Market Research has conducted a survey to find out what people like about it and are using it for. The results are fascinating. According to their article on Mashable, manufacturers of gaming devices and ebook readers ought to be worried.