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Mfly I-helicopter Use your iPod or iPhone to Control fly

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Mfly JG-777-170 iPad/iPhone I-helicopter with 3 Channels Gyro

Product page: http://www.ownta.com/mfly-jg-777-170-ipad-iphone-i-helicopter-with-3-channels-gyro.html

Mfly JG-777-170 iPad/iPhone I-helicopter with 3 Channels Gyro

  • Compatibility
  • Suitable for narrow space flight
  • For Apple iphone/iPad
  • Low power consumption
  • For iphone / iPod / iPad / iTouch control helicopters, including 3.0 CH gyro remote control system
  • Using the included USB cable charging, easy and convenient.

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iBike Dash turns your iPhone or iPod touch into a cycling computer

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There’s not exactly any shortage of ways to mount your iPhone or iPod touch to your bike, but there’s decidedly fewer options that actually turn your iOS device into a full-fledged cycling computer that’s able to replace those from the likes of Garmin. This new iBike Dash device promises to do just that, though. It not only houses your device is a protective, waterproof shell, but it includes an ANT+ speed sensor and is compatible with other ANT+ devices so you can measure heart rate and cadence. It also has room for an extra rechargeable battery to extend your run time, and it naturally makes use of a free app that takes advantage of your iPhone’s GPS capabilities (no built-in GPS here to help out iPod touch users). Of course, all that means this one also costs considerably more than a simple bike mount — look for the basic model to set you back $199, while the deluxe package (including cadence and HR monitors along with an extra battery and charger) runs $329.

Verizon iPhone first hands-on! (update: video)

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We just got a look at the Verizon version of the iPhone 4. Guess what? It’s just like an iPhone 4! There’s no custom pre-loaded Verizon software (like VCAST or some such bloatware), just that mobile hotspot tweak in the settings menu. There’s also no Verizon branding on the phone, though that’s hardly a surprise given Apple’s hatred of all logos that aren’t its own. The only real physical difference we can find are those tweaked CDMA-compatible antennas running around the edge — four in all, placed symmetrically and bumping down the volume / mute buttons. Interestingly, the phone is running iOS version 4.2.5, so perhaps that mobile hotspot functionality will make its way over to other iPhones when they sync up on iOS updates. We did try a speed test, clearing the cache and loading various sites simultaneously on the Verizon phone and our AT&T device, and while there were variations in the load times, there were too many external factors to really make a judgment call just yet.

Denso dash with iPhone steering wheel knows when you are sleeping, knows when you’re awake (video)

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Smartphone integration is the next big thing that’s happening right now, but it isn’t quite happening the way Denso is doing it. This is the company’s dashboard of a future, with its most predominant feature being an iPhone embedded right in the steering wheel. That drives an infotainment system and a small, circular LCD above with a bunch of widgets you can bounce with a touch from the phone to the display. Most interesting is one that communicates with traffic lights to let you know how fast to go if you want to miss ‘em all. The idea is to save fuel by not stopping and starting, but we’re thinking this could also do a lot to ease hypertension rates nationwide.

Another thing the dash can do is tell when you’re about to drowse off. One of those widgets is a cup of coffee that empties as you’re getting sleepy. An all-seeing webcam perched atop the dash tracks your face and eyes to know just how alert you are. Drop below a threshold and the dash starts blinking red. It’s time for a nap — or maybe more coffee, for goodness’ sake.

New Arrival Red Apple Peel 520 – Turn iPod Touch Into iPhone

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Apple peel is actually a Communication Module, comes with SIM card slot and battery built in. Made from soft material, the antenna locate at iPod Touch earphone jack. Powered by an Infineon baseband chip, this adapter not only offers voice calling and text messaging (GPRS not possible yet), but it also doubles up as an 800mAh battery and provides 4.5 hours of call time or 120 hours of standby juice.

Product page: http://www.ownta.com/apple-peel-520-turn-ipod-touch-into-iphone-red.html

All Red Apple Peel 520 will come with a free additional Battery, for details, please check our product images.

Apple Peel 520 – Turn iPod Touch Into iPhone Features:

  • Made from soft material, the antenna locate at iPod Touch earphone jack
  • Dimension: 121×65×12.5mm
  • Baseband: Infineon
  • Battery: 800mAh
  • Standby time:120 hours
  • Talk time: 4.5 hours

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New Potato reveals TuneLink Auto Bluetooth-to-FM transmitter for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad

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We’ve never been on the volunteer cheerleading squad for FM transmitters; in our experience, they’re downright useless in cities or other areas that actually have a large amount of radio stations nearby. But we’ll hand it to New Potato Technologies — this may be the slickest implementation yet. The newly announced TuneLink Auto looks like a typical cigarette adapter charger at first glance, but within, there’s technology that accepts audio over Bluetooth and then sends it out over FM. This prevents users from having to connect a dongle of any kind to their iPad, iPod touch or iPhone, but the built-in USB port is actually capable of charging all three should you choose. There’s even a 3.5mm output jack for channeling the tunes to a 3.5mm input on your head unit, and the (necessary) accompanying iDevice app should hit the App Store soon for absolutely nothing. The hardware itself is available now from New Potato for $99.99, and it’ll hit “select retail locations” in a fortnight or so for the same amount.

Omnio WOWKeys and iPhone team up to build a better Eee Keyboard

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Why just dock your iPhone when you can create an iOS-based Eee Keyboard instead? What you’re looking at is a Made for iPhone keyboard called WOWKeys from Omnio. The $100 USB keyboard / iPhone (3GS or 4) dock is Mac or PC compatible (note the cohabitation of the Windows flag and Command key in the prototype images after the break) featuring 15 hotkeys designed for iPhone use. Of course, you can also load up any number of apps to turn the iPhone into a media center remote control, multi-touch trackpad, and soon an AirPlay media streamer when iOS 4.2 is released. That makes the whole ensemble a pretty versatile ARM-based computer and smartphone. Someone remind us of the advantages of that $600ish Atom-based ASUS all-in-one PC running XP again?

Update: Added gallery of product renders below and a description of the shortcut keys after the break.

Reckless Racing review (iPhone)

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Developed by Swedish firm Pixelbite and released just a few days ago by EA and Polarbit, Reckless Racing is a game we’ve been following since it was known as “Deliverace” early this year — and honestly, there was a spell where we’d gone so long without having heard anything about it that we’d kind of assumed the awesome-looking project had been canceled. Fortunately, that wasn’t the case — it’s now available on iPhone, iPad, and Android — so we decided to take it for a quick spin. After all, top-down racers haven’t really made much noise since the heady days of R.C. Pro-Am and perennial arcade favorite Ivan “Ironman” Stewart’s Super Off Road… and after playing Reckless Racing for just a few minutes, we’re not sure why that is.

New Arrivals : Apple Peel 520 – Turn iPod Touch Into iPhone

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Apple peel is actually a Communication Module, comes with SIM card slot and battery built in. Made from soft material, the antenna locate at iPod Touch earphone jack. Powered by an Infineon baseband chip, this adapter not only offers voice calling and text messaging (GPRS not possible yet), but it also doubles up as an 800mAh battery and provides 4.5 hours of call time or 120 hours of standby juice.

We have this cool gadget in stock now, Product page: http://www.ownta.com/apple-peel-520-turn-ipod-touch-into-iphone-pre-order.html

Brand Name     Yosion
Model Number     Apple Peel 520
Design     Bar
Display Color     Black only
Screen     > 3″
Mic & Speaker     Built-in
Retail Price     S$150+
Feature     Turn iPod touch into and Nomal Phone (sms, voice phone call enabled, via GSM)
BATTERY     1200mAh
Size     121x65x12.5mm
BASE Chip     Infineon
Standby Time     120 hours
Talking Time     4.5 hours
PhoneCall     Yes
Vibrator     Yes
SMS     Yes
Camera     No
GPRS     No

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Microsoft celebrates Windows Phone 7 RTM with funeral parade for BlackBerry and iPhone (update: Thriller video!)

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The iPhone’s dead, long live the Windows Phone. That must be the genius proclamation that incited Microsoft to celebrate Windows Phone 7 reaching RTM status with the incomprehensible procession you see above. An elaborate parade, replete with hearses and black capes, was organized last week to denote the passing of the BlackBerry and iPhone into the land of unwanted gadgets. We’d say this is done in poor taste, but we don’t enjoy stating the obvious. We will, however, enjoy the fallout from this poorly judged stunt. See our favorite image after the break and lots more at the source.

Update: Apparently the team also engaged in a Thriller dance. Words are failing us, so just hop on past the break and mash play.

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