A speaker has been created for all your mobile music devices by taking the best from two worlds: universal connectivity from Jabra, and world-class acoustics by Klipsch. It has been designed for music lovers who store music on a variety of devices and to provide high quality of sound regardless of the source.
The global No. 1 headset provider, Jabra, whose years of telecommunications excellence turned it into an award-winning electronics brand, naturally collaborated with the Klipsch Audio technologies to create this innovative wonder we know as the Jabra S5010 Klipsch Stereo Speaker.
Use your iPhone or iPod Touch for browsing your favorite websites? I do, and hope you will too – CompUSA News is now iPod Touch/iPhone friendly!
Just type http://news.compusa.com into your browser on the iPhone/iPod Touch and you’ll receive VIP treatment with your own, easy to use interface that doesn’t require to you enlarge the view and touch tiny little links. It’s all new – and it’s for you – from your friends at the All-New CompUSA!
Leo Laporte and friends always give things a clear perspective – and sometimes make you laugh. Check out this TWiT: Tech books as marketing, sleeping on the job, iPhones sold-out, Friend Connect, Comcast limit, and more.
- NASAs paying $5000 a month for you to lie in bed.
- Dvorak likes big pockets.
- Are tech book being sold as advertisements?
- Apple no longer selling iPhone. 3G iPhone may be coming soon.
- Google to launch “Friend Connect” Monday. What does this mean for MySpace and Facebook?
- A 4K restoratation of “The Godfather” coming soon.
Are you ready for a $199 iPhone? And not the old version, but the new (faster) model set for release this summer? Yep, just $199. Fortune reports that AT&T is preparing to offer a $200 â€œsubsidyâ€ for buyers of the next-generation iPhone, which is expected to start a base price of $399. So, after the AT&T subsidy, your price is just $199.
It is true that for the greater half of this decade, iPods have been one of the best-performing and most sought-after media devices world-wide. It boasts of a minimalist design, which makes for superb ease-of-use and simplicity. However, as the competition thickened between portable media devices, newer iPods, including the redesigned Nano, began to lose some steam. The competition was catching up and the iPod’s basic design was getting stale. Fortunately, with the coming of the Apple iPod Touch 32 GB media device, the iPod brand is ready to storm the market once again. Get ready for the brand new iPod experience and see why everyone is so excited about it.
One day, Google believes, software developers will love its “non-existent” Android handset just as much as they love the iPhone – and maybe more. Speaking this morning at eComm, a conference dedicated to “emerging communications,” Google mobile platforms guru Rich Miner acknowledged that for the moment, Apple may have an advantage. After all, Steve Jobs and company have actually shipped a piece of hardware, while the first Android handset won’t arrive until “the second half of this year.” But Miner also told the crowd that Stevo hasn’t treated developers as well as they deserve. More Â»
So I’m an owner of an iPhone and I’m happy every time someone asks me to show it off to them. It amazes me that even after all this time, the iPhone still gets so much attention when I use it. I’ll put it through its paces and I smile when I hear the oohs and ahhs. Even though people know about the iPhone, for one reason or another they just haven’t seen one up close nor held one in their hands and tried it out for themselves.
And now that Apple released the latest 1.1.3 version of the iPhone’s operating system, there’s even more to show off such as the pseudo GPS ability in the Google Maps application. However I’ve recently been using something that brings a whole new meaning to iPhone show off.
Steve Jobs has been through this a few times, and 2007 would be a tough act to follow – for nearly anyone after the stellar performance of the iPhone and iPod-laden world we live in, but a somewhat tired, weak and seemingly frail leader of the Mac World had four (4) big announcements for the world.
Time Machine was a feature built into Apple’s last version of the O/S and now they have extended it’s functionality by integrating either a 500GB or 1TB hard drive into an 802.11n wireless router. Pretty basic stuff – DLink and others already have similar products and it was US Robotics intention to do so years ago when 802.11b (11Mbps) was announced – and the price of $299 and $499 respectively may be a little bit pricey for some NAS. For Mac enthusiasts – it could be $10,000. And Is Steve Jobs sick?
Apple has also limited the number of iPhones any single customer can purchase, down to two from the original 5. It is widely believed that Apple wants to limit the number of people who are buying the phone in order to unlock it (in other words, use on any carrier but that of AT&T) and to prevent resellers.