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Snapstick Challenges Apple & Google Internet TV [REPORT]

Written on December 13, 2010 by Charles Bass

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Another company is on the works to launch an Internet TV system challenge and set to become the latest rival of Google and Apple TVs.

Though not yet an actual product, Snaptick gave CNET a good glimpse of its Internet TV system which will be a challenge for Google TV and Apple TV. The company promises the “full web” on your TV which is controlled by aphone a phone and/or laptop. On their iPhone app, you can actually browse content from your iPhone for your television. In addition, the technology is also capable of a multiple people control on the same TV with the use of several iPhone units.

The only problem as of the moment is that the company hasn’t finalized the materials for its external properties. The company is still deciding between a good old set-top box or a built-in Blu-ray player or TV. Also, there is no price and release date yet. However, the company is now accepting apps for a private beta. Can’t picture it out? See the video after the break.

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Cobra iRadar is More Powerful than Before

Written on October 15, 2010 by R. Cruise

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A radar system equipped with an iPhone app will work wonders on the road. This is the new offering of Cobra called the iRadar system.

Cobra’s iRadar system teamed up with Bluetooth-enabled radar detector plus free iPhone app to detect nearby radar guns. The iRadar app also comes with a database which automatically update on its own after recognition of new speed traps, red light cameras and sharp intersections.

The new radar detector is priced at $170. This detector is capable to work on its own.  It can detect “all radar and laser guns on the market” with full 360-degree protection. Though you can incorporate the iPhone app anytime you want. The app can be downloaded free of charge. Once you have the iPhone app, you’ll be able to personalize the hardware settings on your mobile phone.

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