Blue Microphones Mikey 2.0

by Mark R

I first encountered the Mikey at CES 2009, and the first version was a handy microphone made to plug into the charging port end of an iPod. They have since come out with the Mikey 2.0, which is made for the iPhone and iPod Touch. I happen to have the latter, and I found that Mikey 2.0 works as well as the original. For those who are not aware, the …

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Altec Lansing makes iPad ownership more enjoyable

by Edwin

Altec Lansing knows that there is an ever expanding market of iPad owners, judging by the device’s popularity worldwide not to mention its sex appeal across a range of people. What better way to leverage a fast-growing user base than to roll out a peripheral which is capable of enhancing its use? That’s exactly what Altec Lansing has done, introducing the Octiv Stage docking speaker system for the iPad, iPhone …

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BookBook for iPad

by Edwin

So you own an iPad and use it primarily as an ebook reader. Well, if that is the case, why not make the most of it by purchasing a relevant accessory? We’re talking about the BookBook for iPad, where it will come in Classic Black and Vibrant Red color schemes, retailing for a rather hefty £69.99 a pop, but wait till you hear what 70 quid can deliver. Basically, the …

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Griffin Technology and Iceberg Kids team up and make a Woogie

by Mark R

So what is a Woogie, you ask? It has nothing to do with Chewbacca. While we are on the subject of seventies science fiction, the Woogie is not some alien that attaches to your face. The Woogie is designed to face a problem that many Apple mobile users are facing. For some reason, young children love to play with iPhones and iPods, and these mobile devices often come back to …

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Hands on with the AirCurve Play from Griffin Technology

by Mark R

It has been a while since we covered the AirCurve iPhone dock from Griffin Technologies, and I just had a chance to try out the company’s update for the iPhone 4, the AirCurve Play. The AirCurve Play works like the Horn Stand. It is a device designed to increase the volume of the iPhone 4, but without any electronics that are found within most iPod/iPhone speaker docks. The AirCurve Play …

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Hands on with the DEXIM AV Dock Station with Remote Control

by Mark R

Some of us want to watch videos from our iPod/iPhone on our regular television, and the DEXIM AV Dock Station with Remote Control is one way of going about it. I got a chance to try it out for myself, and I found it pretty easy to set up. Not being too technically-minded, I am assuming that if I can set it up, so can everyone else. I connected it …

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iRecord Music – and I’m not going to jail

by Julie

iRecord

Gone are the days where you could fill up your iPod with huge amounts of free content found, however illegally, on websites like the old Napster or Limewire. Fast forward to the future, where you need to look over your shoulder if you are not paying the exorbitant fees required to load up your handheld devices. I for one don’t need the stress of “sharing” my files with the unknown …

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Hands on with the iPhone Horn Stand

by Mark R

Today I received the Bone Collection iPhone Portable Amplifier Horn Stand in the mail. The Horn Stand is designed to increase the volume of your iPhone by 13 decibels without the use of batteries. That is probably because there is nothing electronic or even metal in this amplifier. I heard of this product a few weeks ago, and I assumed that it was made of hard plastic. As it turns …

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