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Real Racing Party Play

Friday, October 14th, 2011

Real Racing is about to introduce an exciting new feature called “Party Play” that lets up to 4 players compete with each other on their iOS devices.  Using AirPlay, each player’s view can be combined in a single split screen image and viewed on a TV.

Most gamers agree that Real Racing 2 is one of the most realistic racing apps for the iPhone and iPod Touch.

Find out more about the Real Racing 2 Party Play update on the Firemint website.

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Eco Extreme All Terrain Speaker Case

Thursday, July 07th, 2011

The Eco Extreme is a rugged speaker case that provides waterproof and shockproof protection for your cellphone and MP3 player.  Now you can take you gadgets to the beach and not worry about sand or water.  There’s also room in the speaker case for credit cards, cash and your car keys. 

The Eco Extreme works with all types of gadgets, including iPhone, iPod Touch, Blackberry and Motorola Droid.  A universal headphone jack connects to your MP3 player or phone, allowing your music to play through the case’s speakers.  Eco Extreme is available in a variety of hot colors for summer, including Lime Green, Orange Peel, Lemon Zest, Petal Pink and Cobalt Blue.

Find out more about the Eco Extreme All Terrain Speaker Case on the Grace Digital Audio website.  If you’d like to take your Kindle to the beach, check out the Case Logic Water Resistant Kindle Sleeve.

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Cocoon GRID-IT Gadget Organizer

Monday, May 09th, 2011

Keeping your gadgets organized when traveling is a high priority.  Storing them all in one place when not in use is a great way to simplify your travel life.  The Cocoon GRID-IT organizer allows you to secure each gadget and see with one glance where everything is.  Perfect for iPod, iPhone, Blackberry and other digital gadgets, there’s also room for other essential items like pens, mints and ear buds. 

You can get this GRID-IT travel gadget organizer on the Cocoon website for $19.99.

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Google TV

Monday, November 15th, 2010

If you find yourself getting up from watching TV to go look something up with Google on your computer, then Google TV could be your next tech must-have.  Google is combining Android, Chrome and Flash with hardware from Sony and Logitech to create a new interactive television experience.  According to Google, these are some of the things you’ll able to do:

  • Search for television shows using a Google search interface.
  • Access web content on your television, including videos, games and social networks sites.
  • Run Android apps on your television.
  • Use your iPhone or Anroid phone as a TV remote control.
  • Access thousands of movies and shows from Netflix and Amazon on Demand.
  • Watch TV and browse the web simultaneously.

  • Before you run out and buy Google TV, read a detailed review on Engadget.  You can find out more about Google TV’s features on the Google TV website.

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    Marco Helps You Find Your Friends

    Friday, September 24th, 2010

    If you’ve ever tried to use your cell phone to locate a friend in a crowd, you know that it can be like finding the proverbial needle in a haystack.  Now there’s a free new iPhone app named Marco that provides real-time graphic updates on the location of 2 people.  You can share your location with any phone that’s equipped with a browser, so both people don’t need to have an iPhone.  You can find Marco in the Apple App Store under the name “Marco Friend Locator.”

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    NOVOTHINK Surge Solar Charger Case

    Saturday, May 08th, 2010

    The NOVOTHINK Surge is a hybrid solar charger case that lets you use the energy of the sun to recharger your iPhone 3G or 3Gs.  This convenient solar charger solution lets you power up anytime you’re in the sun, whether walking, running, hiking or sun bathing.  It’s the perfect charger device for traveling and camping.  The durable, lightweight design provides full access to the iPhone touch screen to allow you to still use your phone while charging. 

    The NOVOTHINK Surge is the first solar charger to be certified by Apple.  It’s available in a variety of colors and finishes.

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    Amazon Hoping to Create Kindle App Store

    Thursday, January 21st, 2010

    Just one week before the anticipated announcement of Apple’s new tablet device, Amazon has announced the release of an SDK (Software Development Kit) for its Kindle e-book reader. The Kindle SDK will allow application developers to create apps for the Kindle device. Amazon seems to be emulating Apple’s hugely successful iPhone SDK, which has led to the development of hundreds of thousands of free and for-sale applications that are available for download from the iTunes App Store.

    The Apple table device (rumored to be called the iPad) will most likely have an e-book reader capability and will probably also be able to play music and video (like an iPod) and run apps (like an iPhone and iPod Touch).  It may give the Kindle a run for its money.

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    X-Men: Coming to your iPhone

    Friday, October 30th, 2009


    ComiXology has announced the release of Marvel comics on the iPhone, available through their free Comics app. The initial release consists of 71 Marvel comics, including X-Men, Captain America, Marvel Zombies and X-23. Each issue is $2 as compared to $3 for the actual comic book versions. Read more about it at the comicXology website: www.comixology.com

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    Palm’s Pre 3G Touchscreen Smartphone

    Tuesday, July 21st, 2009


    The new Palm Pre 3G smartphone was revealed at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The 3.1 inch display has the same 320×480 screen resolution as the iPhone and like the iPhone supports touchscreen gestures for operations such as clearing the screen and closing an application. The Pre supports Wi-Fi, like the iPhone. A GPS is also included. The Synergy feature allows you to combine data from Microsoft Outlook, Google and Facebook to create one logical view of your day. Apps designed for the Palm webOS are integrated with other apps on the phone. The Palm Pre is offered exclusively by Sprint.

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