An awing solution to miraculously amplify any sound playing from any smartphone or speaker without the need for cables? Sounds interesting, huh? In fact, such a thing exists and iFrogz are the first (that we've seen) to pioneer such a miraculous piece of modern technology. All you get with the iFrogz Boost NearField Audio Speaker ($39.99) is flawless, strengthened sound - none of the hassles involved with tangled wires, plagued syncing or anything of the nature.
Save for a few tweaks available by means of jailbreaking your device and downloading via Cydia, Siri doesn't yet have the capability, or permission as she states, to read your Twitter timeline out to you. As a worthy alternative, Tweet Speaker ($0.99) has been on the App Store for some time now, and it does just that - it reads your tweets our one by one; quite a tedious job without the help of App Cubby's useful utility.
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Sometime last week, I received a few products from the geeky, and so similar to me, guys over at ThinkGeek. Since the four things I got aren’t really worthy of a full review
I possess a whole collection of speaker for my iPod Touch ranging from average to amazing. Among the ones that I’d easily see myself using often are the iMainGo, and the 3 small speakers that I received from X-mini. These four speakers are very good in terms of quality, but
Yet have I to see a speaker that’s smaller than any of the X-Mini’s, but also at the same time better. I thought that the Fingertip Mini Cube Speaker could be a competitor, but the quality of the product itself brought my hopes down tremendously. Though the shape is very
A few weeks ago, you may have seen my review of the mini capsule microphone for the iPod Touch. Well, after I tested it, I did like it however my complaint was that the thing didn’t have playback capabilities. So here is my review of a 2-in-1 speaker and microphone!
Last week I took a look at X-mini’s II and HAPPY speakers. Being highly satisfied, I was waiting eagerly to see what their MAX II held for me. Now I now, and still the company hasn’t failed to amaze me. Unlike X-mini’s other speakers, the MAX II speaker takes the
There are all kinds of speakers for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Very small ones that plug straight into the iPhone or iPod using the 30-pin connector, large docking speakers, and of course others that may house the device. However, none that I personally have seen are crafted with elegance
I’ve always loathed the speaker on the iPod Touch 2nd generation. It’s just so…weak. It doesn’t project sound properly, and you can barely hear your music when with a crowd. Yes, I know that there are headphones to solve this problem, but thanks to BudgetGadgets.com, I now have another alternative: