If you are rightfully cautious, then it would not be a bad thing to have an app on your iPhone that can “Skin Scan” for cancer. For anybody with moles, the app is a no-brainer, just in case. (Though not a substitution for an actual doctor.) After taking a picture
Mobile electronics aftermarket accessories maker Scosche has just unveiled their new in-dash mount called the iKit for the iPad. It's a double-din ball mount that includes a USB port and mini-stereo port, combined with a removable case so that iPad owners can maintain the portability of the iPad.
Take a look at the demonstration video from Scosche, showing the kit installed in a Subaru STi.
One of our favorite products from Macworld 2009 showed up at our lab today and we couldn't resist checking it out! The Hands-Free Visor Car Kit for iPhone by Kensington is likely one of the coolest Bluetooth car kits available today. What makes it so special in our minds are two very cool features. First off, it has three programmable speed-dial buttons which let you call someone with one press. Second is its dual rechargeable battery system. Never again will you end up with a dead bluetooth on your visor. If these two features weren't enough (trust me, they're sweet), it gets even better.