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Review: The HiShop Oleophobic Protective Screen for iPod Touch 4

What makes this screen shield different from the rest? It’s manufactured to prevent fingerprints, hence the oleophobic in the name. TheHiShop’s Oleophobic Protective Screen is a protective shield for the iPod Touch 4th generation that claims to protect against smudges better than other films and provide the best screen definition.

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Review: Boxwave’s AcoustiMax In-Ear Headphones

Comfort, design, quality — everything that Boxwave’s AcoustiMax In-Ear Headphones are equipped with. I was sent a pair of these headphones just the other day, and my first impressions were pretty strong. Other than the simplistic, okay packaging, the headphones were in mint condition and looking greater than ever. On

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Boxwave Mini Capacitive Stylus Review

Tiny little accessories have always peaked my interest, mainly because of their portability and simply, their small size. Boxwave’s Mini Capacitive Stylus definitely fits into that category and easily peaked my interest when I first saw it. Though it’s a great little product, I’m not quite sure how often people

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iANGLE Review – A Clever Slab of Rubber Designed to Serve Multiple Purposes

Whenever someone goes on a trip, they look for portability in something that they need to take along. I’m sure most of you, me alike, hate lugging around too many things when you’d rather travel light and easy. With the iAngle, you can have two things, in one product further

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Ultimate Ears SuperFi 5vi Review – More Than An Alternative, A Must!

With the standard Apple earbuds, do you really get anything that you actually, truly value? They’re actually pretty cheap looking in my opinion. Average sound quality, a very “prone to cuts” wire, and bad design. So, with all of these flaws, after awhile I lost my pair, and that gave

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Apple Removing Screen Protectors From Online & Retail Stores

For reasons yet to be determined, Apple has informed its vendors that, starting in May, they will no longer be carrying a number of screen protectors in their online and retail stores. This includes both stand-alone screen protectors and products which include screen protectors. The new policy includes clear, anti-glare, and mirrored film, which are not just popular iPhone accessories, but also a big seller for owners of the newer glass-screen laptops. In addition, Apple isn't just removing film protectors that cover the screen but also any film that protects areas such as the laptop palm area or the back side of the iPhone and iPod.

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Apple Delays Certain iPad Accessories Until May

Per AppleInsider, Apple has announced shipping delays on some of its forthcoming iPad accessories with both the keyboard dock and 10W USB power adapter now being listed as having ship dates in May.

In addition, the $39 iPad soft case, which was originally scheduled to ship on April 3 when pre-orders began last Friday, has been delayed until mid-April. The $69 keyboard dock was originally scheduled to ship in mid-April, and the $29 USB power adapter in late April.

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FastMac Announces AC Outlet With Built-In USB, Makes Us Drool

At Macworld last week, FastMac announced one of the coolest home improvement products we've seen in a while. It's an AC power outlet that includes two USB charging ports in addition to two standard AC outlets. It's called the TruePower U-Socket, and it'll begin shipping in the first quarter of 2010. When it ships, it'll cost $29.95, but you can pre-order one right now for just $19.95. It requires a bit of expertise with the fuse box and a screwdriver, but for most geeks, this should be one hot product!

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OWLE Mount Turns Your 3GS Into A Decent, Strange Looking Camcorder

Apple went a long way with improving camera quality on the iPhone 3GS, making it an impressive device for capturing video, but it's still a phone. As good as it is compared to a jailbroken 3G, it doesn't change the fact that the microphone is in a bad position, the camera is tiny, and it can be pretty shaky. To solve this problem, a young new start-up named OWLE (Optical Widgets For Life Enhancement) is making a 3rd party hardware accessory that enhances the 3GS's video capturing abilities.

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At Macworld: Kensington’s New Hands-Free Car Kit

Kensington is showing a new hands-free car set for making calls while driving without breaking any cellphone laws that might be in your area. The Kensington Hands-Free Visor Car Kit syncs up with your iPhone and has 3 buttons you can program with 3 different phone numbers you can call without even touching your phone, letting you make calls at the push of a button without diverting your attention from the road.

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