Rene from tipb takes a look at the Jawbone ICON, Aliph's latest escalation in the high end, noise cancellation Bluetooth headset wars. And it's a serious contender to the throne. Check it out!
Archive for the “Bluetooth accessories” Category
Jun 15 2010
Apr 27 2010
Chopper 2 is a game currently under development for iPhone and iPad. It is due for release mid 2010. This video shows the iPad version plugged into a 42 inch LCD TV via the standard Apple component cable. It is also being controlled with an iPhone over bluetooth.
Apr 27 2010
Chopper 2 is a game currently under development for iPhone and iPad. It is due for release mid 2010. This video shows off the game play of a couple of levels, as well as a feature where you can control the game using an iPhone or iPod Touch over bluetooth.
As the game is still not complete, you can expect to see a few changes before release. The complete game will have 36 missions in 12 different locations
Apr 21 2010
This is a demo video of the iPhone OS 4 bluetooth keyboard connection. Looks pretty neat!
Apr 12 2010
With the new iPhone OS you can add bluetooth keyboards to your iPhone and iPod Touch! This is exactly the same as on the iPad! Check out the video demo after the break...
Apr 09 2010
Another great feature thats been added to the iPhone OS 4 is the support for Bluetooth keyboards (this have been available for jailbroken iPhones a while now). Check out the video demo after the break...
Mar 11 2010
This is a great device. The speakers are fantastic, unfortunately the built in EQ/Sound Processor doesn't allow the iPod to take full advantage of the speakers. With a proper input, this system sounds fantastic. Features HD Radio, Alarm Clock, iPod/iPhone Dock (will charge the iPhone 3g/3gs), Auxiliary input. Comes with; Remote, AM Antenna, FM Antenna, 3.5 mm male to male cable for aux input.
Mar 02 2010
Just wanted to let you guys know that we have updated our mobile version of the blog and some improvements have been made, so the plugin should be able to detect your iPhone when you enter dailyiphoneblog.com and redirect you to the mobile version. I also added the posts thumbnail to the post instead of the date when post was published. Looks much better now eh? 😉
How to deactivate the mobile version:
When you enter the site for the first time using your iPhone / iPod Touch you will enter the mobile version, but if you still want to view the full version you can deactivate this at the bottom page.
The mobile version also supports the following user agents:
android, aspen, blackberry9500, blackberry9530, cupcake, dream, incognito, iphone, ipod, opera mini, webmate and webos.