Archive for the “iPhone accessories” Category

Review: Switcheasy Torrent case for the iPhone 3G / 3GS

Here's a review of the Switcheasy Torrent. This unit was provided by Switcheasy for review purpose. Video after the break...

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Sprint Overdrive

Overdrive allows you to connect up to five Wi-Fi-enabled devices simultaneously--including laptops, gaming devices, cameras and even smartphones from other carriers--through a single connection (via Wi-Fi), to a network that is up to 10 times faster than today's 3G speeds from any national wireless carrier. Check out the video review after the break...

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Video review of the CaseCrown Flip Shell case for the iPhone

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iPhone: iControlPad running psx4iphone   Wipeout XL   Ridge Racer

Here's a video demo of the iPhone iControlPad prototype running the games psx4iphone, Wipeout XL and Ridge Racer. Is this cool or what?

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Pictures: 80s retro mix cassette tape case for the iPhone

80's retro goodness for the iPhone and iPod Touch. A great way to keep scratches and marks off your electronics igadgets and cell phones.

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CES 2010   MoGo Booth

This is an interview from CES 2010 with Newton Peripheral's product line Mogo. They showcase their MoGo Talk iPhone Case/Built-in Bluetooth headset.

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iBallz for the Apple iPad

Here's a video  made with a ceramic glass tile to simulate the shape, size and weight of iPad. Check out the lol video after the break ;)

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Macworld 2010: Square demos their card reader

Imagine being able to take credit card payments with a small card reader attached to your iPhone. Then imagine that the card reader is free, that you don't have to sign up for a merchant account, and that the software enabling the technology only costs about $2. In April, you'll be able to start taking credit card payments with Square's new technology. TUAW editor Steve Sande visited Square's Jim McKelvey at Macworld Expo 2010 and finds out how the technology works.

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