Dec 28

BlueStacks is a desktop tool that allows users to run Android apps on their desktop machines. It is already available for Windows and BlueStacks has just announced that its Mac app has moved into beta, opening up access to all 750,000+ Android apps. » BlueStacks: Android App Player For Mac Moves Beta Released With Support For All 750,000+ Apps

Sep 04

Revo K2
K2 is a towering column of aluminium and moulded rubber, capable of delivering reception of a wide variety of radio formats including DAB, DAB+, FM and Internet radio. K2 also offers full audio and video playback from a variety of Apple devices, access to online music service and the ability to wirelessly stream music files from any connected PC or Mac. » Revo K2: Radio Tower for the iPhone and iPad

Sep 10

wrote this morning that FaceTime will be coming to iChat very soon. iChat is “a rich instant messaging application that works with AIM and makes it easy to stay in touch with friends using text and video.” Adding FaceTime to iChat means it will be possible to call iPhone and iPod Touch users from behind your Mac. They also say that Apple is working on a Windows version as well. » Rumor: FaceTime For OS X And Windows?

Nov 07

OrbLive was already available through installer, but after a long waiting time it finally made his entrance to the App Store. For those who don’t know the app, OrbLive allows you to stream all your music, video’s, pictures and live TV from anywhere in the world,and this via Wi-Fi, 3G or Edge.
» App Store – OrbLive (watching live TV)

Sep 18

Veency is the name of the latest application that has been released today by Saurik, the author and maintainer of Cydia. Veency provides a VNC remote desktop server for your iPhone, allowing you to view the iphone springboard and everything else on it via your Mac/PC with any VNC client.
» Cydia – Veency remote desktop server for the iPhone