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Griffin, Dijit team-up on universal remote

Mobile accessory maker Griffin Technology has teamed-up with software developer Dijit to launch a device and an accompanying app that turns your smartphone into a Universal Remote Control. Using the so called Beacon you will be able to control your entire entertainment system by tapping and swiping through your device’s screen. For instance, you can…

MiLi’s MiFlip is an all-in-one smartphone charger, backup battery pack and viewing stand

MiLi Power unveiled MiFlip, portable and foldable smartphone charger, backup battery pack and viewing stand. The all-in-one accessory is compatible with the iPhone, iPod Touch as well as Blackberry, and its unique flip design keeps it slim and sleek, “not adding unneeded bulk or weight.” In other words, MiFlip is touted to eliminate clutter by…

CES 2011: AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon showdown

CES 2011: AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon

We just came back from CES 2011 (check out our top picks and the entire coverage) and felt it would be useful to let you know how AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon fared during the Super Bowl of the tech world. I’ll dive into the specifics below but, in general, AT&T was useless, T-Mobile has…

Garmin unveils four GPS apps for iPhone and Android

Garmin used to be a pioneer in embracing mobile technology. Then something happened and everything stopped, releasing no smartphone apps for quite some time. To be fair, they did try to partner with Asus but that venture turned into a flop. Now they’re kicking back with a dedicated iPhone app called StreetPilot to fight the…

Hauppauge Broadway streams TV to your iPhone, iPad

Hauppauge Digital announced a new product for the TV addicted iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad users. The so called “Broadway” works as a standalone box that once connected to a cable TV connection or a TV antenna on one end and router on the other, allows you to bring your TV experience with you, no…

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