EyeFi Mobile getting cooler and cooler with apps and direct transfer

by James

First came wifi capable SD cards. Then they added GPS. Now, Eye-Fi is turning it up to 11 once again with a cool bevy of iPhone and iPad apps, and a direct transfer capability for easy backup.

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Hands on with the Jabra Stone 2

by Mark R

I have to admit that I wasn’t a fan of the original Jabra Stone when it first came out. I found that it would go out of sync with my mobile often. Granted, the original Stone might have had a hard time working with my four-year-old dinosaur phone. Yes, that is practically antique in mobile technology years. It would appear that the sequel, the Jabra Stone 2, is better than …

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Hands on with the Plantronics Voyager PRO+

by Mark R

I’m getting to the point where I have reviewed many Bluetooth headsets on this blog, and for some reason, I’m always in the mood to try another. I got a chance to check out the Voyager PRO+ from Plantronics. As you can see, it has a very thick and curved back, which is apparently part of the stainless steel WindSmart screens that “block intrusive wind noise”. It also has a …

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Earzee Wristband Bluetooth headsets

by Mark R

What you see here in this obviously touched-up photo is a man using an Earzee. This is a product from Fish Phonics that I encountered at CTIA Fall 2010, and I believe that the purpose of its design is to prevent radiation. Well, the words “reduce radiation” appear on the flyer for it. I also believe that this Bluetooth bracelet is made for those who don’t want to have “that …

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Hands on with the ZOMM

by Mark R

I first encountered the ZOMM at CES last January, and I finally managed to get my hands on one for review. In case you haven’t heard, the ZOMM is designed to link to one’s phone or mobile device wirelessly via Bluetooth, and emit a high pitched noise if the ZOMM and device get too far apart. I believe that you are meant to keep the ZOMM in your pocket (perhaps …

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JayBird SB2 Bluetooth Headphones

by Ally

It looks like JayBird is tapping into the sudden love for the 80’s by releasing headphones with colors that could easily be described as neon.  These Bluetooth headphones also come in less neon colors, so if you’re not really loving that trend, you’re still in luck.  Plus, with these headphones, you don’t have to deal with any of those unattractive cords.

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Wacom updates Intuos4, updated the Bamboo line

by Mark R

Wacom products

Okay, I have to admit that I am only slightly behind reporting this news, but needless to say, Wacom has recently updated two of their products, and I was surprised that we didn’t cover one of their updates already. The most recent update is the Intuos4, which we have covered previously. It has recently received an update: wireless capability. It uses Bluetooth to do this, and the lithium ion battery …

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Steering Wheel Remote Control with Bluetooth

by Ally

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If you drive a nice enough car, most of them come with a way to control your radio without ever having to remove your hands from the steering wheel.  Although a built-in method is definitely ideal, this one would be a great way to give yourself a happy medium without spending a fortune just buying a new car.  It attaches to your car’s steering wheel and allows for you to …

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