Dec 28

pedal-brainIf you ride your bicycle a lot, it may be handy to have an iPhone with the application “Pedal Brain”. The app is said to be more precise than tracking-applications like “Map My Ride” and “Runkeeper Pro”. Pedal Brain reads data from special devices that use the ANT+ protocol. It’s not a cheap solution, because you need the ANT+ sensor AND the Pedal Brain Synapse-holder that can be attached to your bicycle. This is going to cost you something between $130 to $190 and will be available in the bike shop March next year. » “Pedal Brain”: A Cycling Computer, Training Website And Coaching Platform

Nov 02

Griffin PowerJolt Reserve Backup Battery for iPhone 3GSGriffin PowerJolt Reserve Backup Battery for iPhone 3GS will extend your surfing, talking, and tune time. At the same time you’re charging your player’s internal battery, you’re also charging the detachable Reserve battery pack for your iPod or iPhone. It’s like getting twice as much use out of every time you charge. » Need More Power? Take A Look At The Griffin PowerJolt Backup Battery

Oct 27

Incipio Hipster CaseCool, slim and ready for action, this case is great for your busy lifestyle. The unique design of this case makes it easy to use at work or play. Made from premium high quality leather and features a magnetic flip strap, this case will keep your iPhone 3GS well protected and easily accessible. » “Incipio Hipster Case”: An Elegant Design Case For Your iPhone

Oct 22

Go to a random computer shop and you can probably buy a lot of accessories for your iPhone. Things like chargers, batteries, and protection layers are among the most popular items. But things like standards are also popular, but why not make one yourself?

» Make Your Own iPhone Standard With Plexiglass

Oct 21

Griffin TuneJuice 2Ever need more power for your iPhone? That’s what TuneJuice 2 gives you! Even the batteries are included. TuneJuice 2 is ideal for air travel, camping roadtrips or anywhere you could be without power. » The Griffin TuneJuice 2 Offers More Power For Your iPhone

Oct 04

A Swedish website showed a YouTube video about the TomTom Carkit. It’s a hands-on video that gives you an impression of how the carkit looks like. From the looks of it, it works very smooth. The iPhone clicks in real easy and you can easily switch to landscape mode and back. It turns 360 degrees, so you can’t really force the movement.

» Hands-on Video Shows TomTom Carkit

Sep 22

trepied-photo-iphone-1Do you prefer using a tripod when you are making pictures? Do you want to create beautiful, stable images without blur? Making pictures with your iPhone isn’t the easiest thing to do, and without a tripod it often happens your pictures are blurry. Well, look no further, because for only $14,99 the Blur™ Tripod Adapter can be yours.

» Tripod For iPhone

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