The iGripUniversal holders are designed to work with a wide rand of devices – ipods to full size smartphones, with or without a case. If you are looking to protect a specific device like Blackberry, Apple or HTC Smartphone, you will want to checkout the PerfektFit Holders .
Cell phone hands-free legislation now in many States!
Over the last decade thirteen different states have implemented some type of hands-free legislation. Plus, iGrip has a selection of automobile GPS units such as TomTom, Magellen, Garmin and other popular units.
Interview by Courtney Wallin of SDRNews for the TechPodcast Network.
With over 20 years of CES experience, Pioneer’s Harry Krol’s enthusiasm for the show and Pioneer products has been undiminished. For 2012, Pioneer Car Electronics is emphasizing connectivity through technologies like Bluetooth, HD Radio, in dash navigation systems, and connectivity to iPhone or iPod. Selected applications are available on a new in-dash unit on “App Radio” – a much bigger multitouch touchscreen monitor that replicates an interface that is almost identical to how you interact on your phone. It includes “Find a Parking Spot” apps, and access to your entire media library that is already on your smartphone. App Radio 2, introduced at CES2012, adds full Android support.
Interview by Andy McCaskey and Courtney Wallinof SDRNews for the TechPodcast Network.
There are many smartphone-tablet holders out there. CastIV is one of them, but they look to add a little more than just a stand.
Geared toward the musician, the CastIV sidekick allows you to put your iPhone or iPod in eyeshot so you can practice your tunes. Even a Korg guitar tuner fits well in the sidekick. Just place the belt on the strings, push together and clip with the mount.
If you would rather have the iPod, Android device or iPhone on your microphone stand, well, they make an interchangable clip so you can cuff it on the stand, put the device in place and start playing.
For those iPad or other tablet owners out there, you can also get the Tab station – a mount for your iPad that connects to a tripod or microphone stand.
The Guitar Sidekick and smart station are $24.99, with the Tab station for $34.99
Interview by Jeffrey Powers of Geekazine and TechPodcasts
Internet Radio has grown up with this internet connected radio with iPhone and iPad dock from Pure. When you are using the internet radio features to listen to one of the just over 17,000 internet radio stations available, you can slide in the docking drawer for a smooth appearance. To play from your iPhone or iPod, touch to slide the drawer out. Pure is just moving into the US market, out of a very successful base in the UK and other regions of the world. In fact, Pure is the biggest digital radio manufacturer (WiFi and LAN) in the world. They also include FM broadcast for local stations.
At CES2011, Pure also launched Flow Songs, which allows you to purchase music direct from your radio- using Shazaam technology.
It’s always cool to see a person get inspired by a new technology. In this case, it’s about holding a smartphone or tablet on a long flight. That is what inspired 3 Feet – a stand for any device that folds flat and stows easy.
The stand also sets up in multiple positions. The cusions keep the device from moving or slamming into the 3Feet. The charger opening also allows for easy charging while standing.
Use 3 Feet to stand a device up on a plane or in a meeting. If you have a digital picture frame, 3Feet can be used to hold them on a shelf or table. It even makes good in holding up an old tablet (you know, the ones that actually hold paper…)
As a part of our Tech Podcast Network coverage of CES 2011, we are featuring a daily countdown of interviews, activities, tech zones, conference tracks and keynotes that will be included in our live coverage.
Today’s interview is the dual screen enTourage, plus an introduction to the iLounge Pavilion Techzone and the iEEE Conference track.