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5 Interesting Accessories for iPhone and iPad Featured in Macworld

February 3, 2013 — by Sette Capati0


More than 250 exhibitor, including newbie app developers and a plethora of media are pumped up with this ultimate iFan event produced by Boston-based IDG Expo World. This is the place where dedicated Macintosh platform enthusiasts come together in a trade-show with conference. Do you want to know what’s in store for Apple fan boys (and girls too)?


Une Bobine: A Flexible Charging Cable For iPhone

May 22, 2012 — by Gaurav Kheterpal3


While I love my iPhone, I have no qualms in accepting that I hate the charging cable that comes with it. For a start, I’ve replaced it thrice in the last one year as it got damaged and stopped working. Secondly, I find it a hassle to use it with separate docks. Therefore, I’ve always longed for a cable which could double up as a stand and a dock – and more importantly, is flexible so that I can contour it any form without damaging it. I recently came across Une Bobine – a flexible charging cable cum stand which is just what I’ve been looking for.


iCache Geode: An iPhone Case to Replace Your Wallet

May 17, 2012 — by Seuli B.0


I’m sure you all must be carrying multiple credit, debit and loyalty cards in your wallet since it’s a necessity, whenever you go shopping. However, at the same time you must be intimidated with thoughts of misplacing or losing one or more of your valuable cards. You like many others must be looking for secure ways to handle financial transactions that are safe as well as seamless.

So here comes Geode from iCache Inc. (the premier global technology leader in the mobile payments industry) introducing their pioneering Digital Wallet for the iPhone. Interestingly, Geode is the winner for Mobile Application and Mobile CE at CTIA E-Tech Awards based on innovation, functionality, technological importance/impact, implementation and overall ‘WOW’ factor.

Geode from iCache for the first time brings the physical and virtual worlds together for mobile payment.


Want a Power-Free Amplifier for iPad 2? SoundBender Is What You Need!

February 24, 2012 — by Gaurav Kheterpal1


iPad Speaker AmplifierI love listening to music while working on my iPad. Although the sound quality is great, I often feel the volume of music is on the lower side because the internal speakers are located on the back of the iPad. Of course, one way is to use portable speaker to enhance your iPad’s audio output. However, it’s not an ergonomic solution. How about a small, powerless device that magnetically attaches to iPads and redirects sound waves towards you – that’s the SoundBender for you!


TidyTilt: iPhone Smart Cover That Doubles Up As Earbud Holder

January 9, 2012 — by Gaurav Kheterpal0


TidyTilt - SmartCover for iPhone 4SI’m in love with Kickstarter and I have no doubt that it’s the one source which produces the most innovative accessories for the iPhone and iPad. Having produced the amazing TouchFire keyboard overlay for the iPad, the CloudFTP USB data transfer solution and the  GoPano micro lens, I wasn’t sure what they would come up with next. It’s TidyTilt – a smart cover for your iPhone 4s that also serves as a kickstand, mount and earbud holder.


Stuart Hughes’s £5,000,000 iPads & iPhones Studded with Diamonds, Gold & Dinosaur Bones are World’s Costliest Gadgets

November 3, 2011 — by Farrukh Zafar0


Ever wondered about a technology gadget made up of extremely precious natural resources and minerals such as gold, diamond and bones from an animal whose race has been extinct from this planet for centuries now? Well, we’ll tell you today, it’s real! And it’s an Apple product! While you thought the normal iPhones and iPads were the costliest gadgets on Earth for the common man, there’s this iPad that even features bones from the dinosaur race in its material – all to make up the most expensive technology consumer product that you can buy on Earth right now!


Griffin Survivor iPhone Case: Making Your iPhone Virtually Indestructible

August 31, 2011 — by RG. Chew3


I did a post about waterproofing my iPhone recently.  As usual, I have been slow to get me a waterproof case.  However, I was gifted the tough Griffin Survivor case a week ago and since then, I have been pushing the limits of my iPhone by tossing it on the floor, at walls, etc etc, I am happy to say that it works.

Tested and certified to meet or exceed US Department of Defense Standard 810F and UK Department of Defense Standard 00-35, Griffin’s Survivor Extreme-Duty Case is designed from the inside out to protect your iPhone from extreme conditions … dirt, sand, rain, shock, vibration and a host of other environmental factors.


Free Over-the-Air Digital TV for iPhone Coming Up with Cydle i30!

June 2, 2011 — by Farrukh Zafar0


Free Over-the-Air Digital TVDid you ever wish you had live TV on your iPhone and that too, for free? Then we’ve got good news for you as Cydle has made public its over-the-air digital TV signal receiving iPhone accessory, Cydle i30. This South Korean company has a track record of developing useful in-car accessories.

What do you normally do to watch TV? Pay for a cable subscription? But the truth is that this service was almost always available for free over the air. What Cydle i30 is aiming at, is to bring TV content for free, devoid of any subscription, while you and I know how much the data packages and downloads already cost.


GoFlex Satellite – Battery Powered Hard Drive for iPad and iPhone from Seagate, On the Verge to Launch

May 18, 2011 — by Farrukh Zafar2


Have you ever dreamed of a hard drive that can connect to your iPad, iPhone or any Wi-Fi enabled device such as iPod touch – a hard drive that can be powered by a battery? Then be ready as Seagate is revolutionizing its GoFlex product line up by unveiling with a new add up which it has named the Satellite.

This exclusive gadget was unveiled via a FCC filing which incorporates a battery-operated, cable-free external hard drive, which can be accessed through a local network by means of 802.11n Wi-Fi. The story doesn’t end here, as this unique device can also be used with a USB 3.0 for tethering when the battery drains out.