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The new Cassette to iPod Converter features an iPod docking station at the front, looks like a Walkman
Your classic casette tape tunes cans now be directly played into your iPods and iPhones. Meet the Cassette to iPod Converter, a device created by New Yor-based designer, Hammacher Schlemmer.Read the rest of the article »
Apple's fifth generation iPod features a 4-inch retina display
Apple has also launched the next generation of iPod Touch, along with the latest iPod Nano and the well awaited iPhone 5. The 5th-gen iPod touch also sports awesome features like the new Apple Smartphone.Read the rest of the article »
Behringer unveils iNuke Boom, an 8x4 foot, 700lbs iPod dock that pumps out over 10,000 Watts of power.
The iNuke Boom, is said to be the biggest and most expensive iPod and iPhone dock. This massive 700 lbs dock measures 8-feet wide by 4-feet tall and can pump out up to 100,000 Watts of power.
Behringer’s iNuke Boom is available now with a whooping price tag of $300,000.View Article Source »
Apple releases its annual App Store Rewind and names Instagram as the iPhone App of the year.
Apple has released the iTunes and App Store Rewind 2011 list, a rundown of the best selling apps, music and apps and calls Instagram and this year’s ‘definitive photo-sharing app’.
The free app that is currently used by over 14 million users is well loved for its attractive filter effects. It also allows users to choose from 17 custom filters and share them through social networking site such as Facebook, Twitter or Flickr.Read the rest of the article »
Two stages of iPhone 5 releases on Best Buy -- for real?
Best Buy prepares itself for the launch of iPhone 5 in two stages based from two leaked information on Sunday. One discovery from a staff memo shows that the retail company expects an iPhone 5 introduction soon, along with an “October week 1 launch.” The same BGR instance also claimed that it expects a Sprint iPhone 5 release.
Other clues potentially put the said release later. Best Buy Mobile managers are due to talk about “upcoming big release dates” on October 10 and on October 21, receiving a new “Apple fixture.” The installation described to This Is My Next wasn’t attached to the iPhone by name, but it would unusually needed a manager to be available an hour earlier than usual for inventory — similar to what happened last year for the iPhone 4.
Both tips leave room for flexibility in the release, but it support the overall expectation of a mid-October launch with Sprint added as a third US carrier. Some room exists for other devices to show in October, such as expected iPod updates, but few are likely to get the same level of attention from retail staff.View Article Source »
Foxconn, Apple's manufacturing partner, plans to replace some of its workers with 1 million humanoid robots.
Foxconn announced their plans of substituting most of their workers with one million robots for the next three years. According to Terry Gou, founder and chairman of Foxconn, the purpose of this action was to minimize the costs of labor and enhance the working productivity in the plant. With the addition of humanoid robot workers, simple routines such as spraying, welding and assembling could be done in no time.
Although there are no official reports regarding which robots will be used by Foxconn, sources close to the company revealed that they might utilize the concept model FRIDA designed by ABB. See the robot workers’ video after the jump.Read the rest of the article »
The iOS 5 beta 3 brings many hidden changes and features which improves user experience.
The release of Apple’s new mobile operating system, iOS 5 beta 3, brought a large number of superficially hidden but significant extras. One of these extras is that it enables users to set a custom sound for an SMS. This is common to most phone platforms, but wasn’t an official option until now.
More iOS 5 beta 3 features are posted after the cut.Read the rest of the article »
For as low as £162, you can have Sandstorm's SHFTPPH10 and blast your surrounding with audio.
Sandstorm’s SHFTPPH10 is a hi-fi system that can fit into any room without drawing any unnecessary attention. It allows you to enjoy music from almost any source, and it is complete with two 50W speakers, radio, USB port and CD player.
With Sandstorm SHFTPPH10′s great connectivity, you can play your WMA or mp3 files straight from your USB memory stick or hard drive. Moreover, you can plug it with your iPhone or iPod. The aux-in connection provides you with optimum connectivity, letting you share your music with anyone around you. With Sandstorm SHFTPPH10, you can also enjoy the FM and DAB radio with its 50KHz scanning step and RDS.Read the rest of the article »
JBL introduces its first audio transducer for the iPad, iPod and iPhone -- the OnBeat speaker dock.
The OnBeat speaker dock features a universal connector that will let users dock their iPhone, iPad or iPod in both portrait and landscape modes — which, according to JBL, could come in handy for watching movies.
The JBL OnBeat is compatible with any device on Apple’s operating system, and manageable by the rotating the dock connector “which makes it possible to browse through playlists or watch videos”.
Also among the dock speakers’ features are the dual Phoenix full-range transducers with computer-optimized DSP equalization, an IR remote that will allow users to control the system functions and music navigation from across the room, and an AC power supply that keeps your devices charged when docked.
It also has an optional composite cable for TV connection. Available in black or white, the JBL OnBeat will be available on April from the Apple Store for $149.95.View Article Source »
Revolutionary. It is always present on any of Apple's new products. Are they really an innovation or just a reiteration of other manufacturer's technology? Gadg is giving you a trip down memory lane of Apple's products.
Since Apple’s press release in 1999, everything seems to be revolutionary. The Cupertino-based company declared a revolution for software, Macs, CD and DVD drives, iPods, iPhones and iPad. Some of those “revolutionary” products no longer exist, while others are just refined implementations of technologies that were already done by others. Just yesterday when Apple launched its Mac App Store, its press release said, “The Mac App Store brings the revolutionary App Store experience to the Mac.” Again, another revolutionary product.
Regardless, if it comes from Apple, it must be revolutionary. The trip down memory lane of Apple’s “revolutionary” products since 1999 to present is available after the break. Fasten your seat belts, folks!Read the rest of the article »
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