PocketLoops Portable Music Creation Studio for iPhone and iPod Touch

by Mark R

While I was at ShowStoppers at CTIA Spring 2011, I saw this guy from Gear4. This is PocketLoops, a Portable Music Creation Studio designed for the iPhone and iPod Touch. It is essentially a keyboard with 13 keys with a 30 pin dock that can do instruments like synthesizers, organs, and pianos. As you can see, it turns the iPhone/iPod Touch into a touchscreen controller for all kinds of effects. …

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iPhone controls your kitchen island

by Edwin

No longer is the superwoman multi-tasker the queen of the kitchen – it might seem as though your kitchen island will soon be controlled by nothing but an iPhone! Yup, the smartphone that has clearly revolutionalized the way we look at how humans interact with phones is not only able to let you enjoy your favorite music on the go, snap great photos and shoot videos, it will now be …

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Impervious iPod Speaker Case

by Edwin

If you love carrying your iPod with you wherever you go – and by this, we mean just about anywhere, here is the Impervious iPod Speaker Case which would make a pretty good purchase in our books. Capable of protecting just about any-generation iPod from water, dust, and crushing forces without sacrificing on clear audio from its built-in speaker, you will find its polycarbonate construction that is covered with a …

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iPhone 4 Steering Wheel with Speakers

by Edwin

Now, we do know that the iPhone has somewhat turned into a pretty decent gaming platform, and has had its fair share of hits along the way. When it comes to racing games, however, the experience of tilting your phone either way to steer your car isn’t a really fun experience, so here is a peripheral that might just help you out. The iPhone 4 Steering Wheel with Speakers that …

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Solar Powered iPhone? Yes Please

by Julie

So, I take my cell phone with me no matter where I go. I consider it a luxury, but I also like to think that I would have it with me in the case of an emergency, like when my brand new car broke down this morning, and I was stuck on the side of the highway. Oh I had my phone alright, but the battery was dead, and the …

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Audio Light Bulb

by Edwin

A light bulb is supposed to just give out light (and some warmth for those who are still in the winter season), right? Apparently not when Hammacher wants to have a say in the situation. The Audio Light Bulb that you see here is a snap to install, working as a wireless, illuminated speaker which can be up and running within seconds. It will fit unobtrusively within a recessed can …

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My XtremeMac weekend with three new products

by Mark R

At CES 2011, I saw a lot of products from XtremeMac, and I couldn’t believe that it has been three years since we reported on anything from them. I had a chance to try out three of their products. The first is the 3 in 1 Microdock. It turns the iPod/iPhone into a stereo speaker, and an alarm clock app turns it to an alarm clock. It also serves as …

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Computer Engineer Barbie – Does Barbie like Windows?

by Julie

I have to admit that as a kid I was never a Barbie fan, and all that Ken business, I for one was glad when they broke-up. I always wondered why they never made “perfect divorce Barbie” She could have come with the Dream House, the Corvette and most of Ken’s stuff, including half his paycheck,   but no, they made baby-sitter Barbie, ballerina Barbie and dog groomer Barbie, dolls …

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