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    4-Inch iPhone is Coming, Rumored to be Called the iPhone 5se

    Looks like we might have been too presumptive after all — the 4″ phone Apple is said to be preparing for a spring launch might go back a number. The latest rumors from 9to5Mac suggest that the upcoming phone will be called the iPhone 5se, as Apple takes a new approach to offering a somewhat […]

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    In Case You Missed It – Here’s What Happenned at the Apple Event

    Lots of important people from Apple (and one from Microsoft to talk about Office, if you can believe that) took the stage today to talk about new Apple hardware we’ll be seeing very soon. In addition to the clockwork fall release of a new slate of iPhones, we’re also getting new looks for the Apple […]

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    6 Things You Need to Know from Apple WWDC 2015

    Apple’s biggest event of the year is happening this week, and while the Worldwide Developers Conference is far from over, the Tim Cook-led keynote went down today. While this year’s keynote lacked the punch of years past — in fairness, the biggest announcements were developer-oriented — there were plenty of announcements that regular Apple users […]

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    The Station is the Smartest iPhone Wall Charger

    It might not look like anything special, but The Station, a new iOS dock, packs in a lot into an efficient, minimalist, decidedly Apple frame. The Station is a dock for Lightning devices, excluding any iPads. The dock holds your phone straight up, and actually plugs directly into the wall. Yeah, it’s big enough to […]

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    Karaoke Pro System Embraces Both Android and iOS Singers

    Most people either love Karaoke or hate it altogether, but if you love it, then you’re going to want to check out Ion’s new Karaoke Pro system. This is a karaoke system designed for anyone with an iPad, Apple or Android device. The system comes complete with a powerful speaker and a wireless mic so […]

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    iPhone App of the Week: The Facebook 5.0 App Gets a Speed Boost

    This week Facebook released the Facebook 5.0 for iOS update, hoping to improve on what has been a less-than-warmly received iPhone app. The new update promises that the app will be twice as fast when launching and during use. At the same time, the user interface has remained almost identical to the previous version, so […]

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    Lenco Releases Brushed Aluminum iPD-9000 iPod Speaker Dock

    Lenco, known for their line of luxury electronics, has released the iPD-9000, a silver and blue iPod/iPhone speaker dock. The outer shell is made from brushed aluminum, so you know the outside is going to command a high price. Are the insides worthy of the shell?

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    iPhone Shaped USB Mini Air Conditioner is Ready for Summer

    June is just around the corner and that means that the heat is coming! When it comes to combatting the heat, USB Fans are a dime a dozen nowadays, but here is one that was designed with Apple fans in mind. The iPhone Shaped USB Mini Air Conditioner Cooling Fan is designed to resemble an […]

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    A-Solar’s Power Dock for the iPad Harnesses the Power of the Sun

    Over the past year, you might have heard about the solar technology that Intivation has been creating for various solar-powered products. At last year’s Mobile World Congress, they partnered with Umeox to create the Apollo, a solar-powered Android phone. At this year’s MWC, Intivation has teamed up with A-Solar to create a docking station for […]

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    Invoxia AudiOffice Turns the iPad Into a Business Phone

    Invoxia impressed many at CES this year with their Smart Office Phone, a desktop phone that works as a dock of sorts for the iPhone. That product won an award for Best of Innovations in Portable Home Electronics at CES 2012, but the AudiOffice, just announced today at Mobile World Congress, appears poised to surpass […]

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    Apps Against Abuse Winners Set for Release Soon

    Last summer, the White House and the Department of Health and Human Services posed a challenge to app developers across the nation – to create an app designed to help prevent domestic and sexual violence against women. The winners of the Apps Against Abuse challenge were announced last November, and, after further development to be […]

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    Speck CandyShell Grip iPhone 4S Case Review

    We love our iPhone 4 but there was something to the 3G/3GS design that the 4/4S lacks. The older iPhone had a more ergonomic in-hand feel with its tapered edges and smooth corners. Unlike the boxy iPhone 4/4S cases on the market, the CandyShell Grip by Speck has a form like the old iPhone with […]

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    IDAPT S1 Universal Speaker Wants to Charge ALL of Your Devices

    IDAPT is known for making their multi-charger stations. These devices are becoming more and more essential in homes with multiple smartphones. Now with the new IDAPT S1, the company is expanding into speaker systems too. But the IDAPT S1 Universal Speaker isn’t just a speaker, it’s also a dual universal docking charger that has support […]

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    Hatchi Brings Back the Poop-Filled Pets of the ’90s

    We’re in the early throes of a new decade, and you know what that means. Forget the ’80s – it’s time for the ’90s to be retro-in! Developer Portable Pixels is doing its part by creating a faithful representation of the old Tamagotchi keychain pets from the ’90s. Since this is a retro deal, the […]

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    Swivl Does the Twist with Your iPhone Videos

    Swivl swished into CES 2012 with a mobile accessory that lets you fire that old personal cameraman that you used to take everywhere. It comes equipped with a sensor marker that signals the camera Swivl base where to record. This year they have also added a built in microphone to the sensor so you can […]