Digital Daily reports that Sirius XM announced the launch of XM SkyDock. This is the first-ever radio dock for the iPhone and iPod touch. It will be available this Fall at a suggested price of $119 and uses the cigarette lighter to power the device and the iPod or iPhone. » XM SkyDock Allows iPhone Users To Receive Live Radio
With the Super USB Mobile Phone Charger from USBfever.com you can charge 10 different mobile devices. The cable costs only $10 and is able to charge Nokia, Motorola, Samsung, PSP, Sony Ericsson, mini-USB, micro-USB, LG and ofcourse the iPod & iPhone.
With the arrival of the iPhone OS 3.0 it is now possible to create external accessories for the iPhone that can be controlled via bluetooth. The GameBone Pro (the shape of a dog bone) is the first bluetooth gamescontroller for the iPhone 3GS, created by the Australian iPhone-softwaredeveloper 22moo. The GameBone Pro can be used wirelessly via bluetooth of with a cable via the iPhone dock-connector. » iPhone 3GS Bluetooth Gamescontroller “GameBone Pro”
Google released a beta version of their service Google Sync for the iPhone which allows you to synchronize the contacts and calendar with your Google account.
» Google Sync (Beta) for the iPhone
There have been quite a lot of bug fixes and extra features to the latest version of xGPS. In our previous post we explained the possibilities of this nice navigation software for the iPhone 2G and as xGPS promised the function to plan a route is now available with the iPhone 3G’ s internal GPS.
» Cydia – xGPS 1.2 (bug fixes + voice guidance)
Tasks lets you manage your to-do list while you’re on the go. You can create lists of things you need to get done and check off tasks as they’re completed. Just go to http://gmail.com/tasks in your phone’s web browser to access Tasks.
» Google Tasks list on your iPhone