Senin, 30 Maret 2009

LiveSpeakR Portable iPod/iPhone Speaker System

Here’s a company you might not of heard of: LiveSpeakR. They produce one product: an iPod/iPhone compatible portable speaker system. Two grilled speakers flank the dock on either side and tucked neatly at the center is a rechargeable Lithium-ion battery and flip out stand. At first glance, the LiveSpeakR doesn’t warrant a double take but after plugging in my Gen 1 iPhone I can honestly say I’m a convert.

Don’t be misled by the LiveSpeakR’s tiny size, this thing can produce some serious sound. But before we get there let me tell you a bit about its feature set.

Front and center of the LiveSpeakR is an unusual docking system that smoothly accepts my iPhone into its clutches and works surprisingly well given its odd aesthetic. Rotating the dock 90 degrees into landscape mode resulted in the speakers automatically extending beyond the iPhones length allowing the speakers to continue to emit sound unobstructed. A little odd but smart as this allows the LiveSpeakR to be used in both orientations: landscape for movies or portrait mode for music. Instead of utilizing the standard ‘made for iPod’ 30-pin dock, LiveSpeakR opted for a simple headphone jack, which not only works with the Gen 1 iPhone and iPod Touch, but makes it compatible with other MP3 players on the market. The rechargeable Lithium battery placed squarely behind the dock, that not only centers the device’s weight but doubles as a stand thanks to the included flip out, height adjustable mount.


Verizon To Sell Netbook

Following in the foot steps of AT&T, Verizon will begin selling subsidized Netbooks when a customer signs up for a high speed data plan. For now, you’ll have to settle with little to no details as the Verizon’s spokeswoman Brenda Raney would only confirm the original rumor to partner with a Netbook manufacturer, but wouldn’t reveal pricing, manufacturer or a street date for the deal. Read More...

Kamis, 19 Maret 2009

100 amazing iPhone photos

Apple iPhone is the best portable media player ever. It browses the Web like a champ. Fun new interface for navigating within a mobile device. Huge screen looks amazing. Brilliant web browser. Syncs well with PCs and Macs. YouTube function is also fantastic.

Anyway, having said all that, the iPhone’s camera is still quite inferior compared to the current slew of camera phones out there. Most new Sony Ericsson and Nokia phones have a far better camera than that of Apple’s. But I was pleasantly surprised to see the 100 amazing iPhone photos compiled by Haje Jan Kamps of They are really amazingly good!

Check out a few of them below which are my favorite.BabyLady
A calm day
Those amazing photos are great for inspirations. Do check out the rest at

Now, I love iPhone even more!


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