Comments: 0Thursday, May 15th 2008 - 10:59 CEST
Just in time for the outdoor parties and pool-side barbeques, Niles Audio Corporation, The First Name in Custom Installation, has introduced the RS6Si series GeoRealistic weatherproof rock loudspeaker and the PB6Si and PS6Si series outdoor planter speakers. Featuring rugged, weather-resistant construction and Niles’ legendary, high-performance sound, the RS6Si, PB6Si and PS6Si represent the latest in the company’s impressive line of outdoor loudspeakers.
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Comments: 1Tuesday, March 11th 2008 - 16:45 CET
SanDisk, a leading seller of MP3 players in the United States, unveiled the multi faceted Sansa Fuze MP3 player. The stylish music player is loaded with capabilities and features to keep consumers well entertained while on the go. Not only is it easy on the eye, it’s easy on the pocketbook. With availability planned for early April in the United States, the SanDisk Sansa Fuze music player comes in a wide array of colors (pink, red, blue, black and silver) and capacities (2, 4 and 8 gigabyte) with an expected starting price of only $79.99 MSRP.
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Comments: 0Tuesday, February 26th 2008 - 15:54 CET
Designed for bedrooms, studio apartments or college dorm rooms, Sony is unveiling its latest clock radio with a dock for Apple iPod and Apple iPhone. Sony is one of the first companies to launch an Apple iPhone compatible speaker clock radio. It features a wireless remote with full access to the iPod and iPhone devices’ menus (the Apple iPhone handset must be in iPod mode), as well as to alarm clock’s radio tuning and volume functions. It also charges the Apple iPhone while docked.
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Comments: 0Tuesday, November 20th 2007 - 21:15 CET
Boosted, a lifestyle brand passionate about and influenced by art, music and popular culture, announced today the launch of the limited edition Boosted Tin Can Speaker Set Vol. 1 MINT & SERF x MainFrame at Monkey King (Los Angeles), Rotofugi (Chicago), Yoyamart (New York), Cardboard Spaceship (Santa Cruz), Plastic Chapel (Denver) and Urban Outfitters Online. With only 400 available, the Boosted Tin Can Speaker Set Vol. 1 draws inspiration from the simplest form of communication - two tin cans and a string. The first in a series, the Boosted Tin Can Speaker Set Vol. 1 MINT & SERF x MainFrame are fully functional speakers compatible with all types of music devices (such as iPODs, MP3 players, computers, video game consoles and more).
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Comments: 0Tuesday, November 20th 2007 - 13:15 CET
Aliph, a leading developer of mobile audio products, announced the Jawbone Bluetooth headset has been recognized by Popular Science as a 2007 “Best of What’s New” award winner - adding to its numerous awards for technological innovation and product design excellence received in 2007. Popular Science selected the Jawbone Bluetooth headset for making a “significant step forward” in its gadget category. This is the latest accolade in a series of honors accorded to Jawbone. Earlier this year, the Jawbone Bluetooth headset became a two-time recipient of the BusinessWeek/IDSA International Design Excellence Award. Additionally, it was awarded a Spark! Award in a new competition honoring product design.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, October 31st 2007 - 19:23 CET
Stay in touch with your colleagues and friends without the hassle, thanks to Nokia's newest headset, the Nokia Bluetooth Headset BH-101. This Bluetooth headset BH-101 is the ideal companion for people on the move who want a simple, discreet and affordable solution for their handsfree communications. The Nokia Bluetooth Headset BH-101 is expected to be available globally for the Christmas season and will cost an estimated 30 EUR / 40 USD, without taxes.
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Comments: 0Tuesday, October 23rd 2007 - 11:35 CEST
Altec Lansing, a division of Plantronics unveiled a series of portable Bluetooth and corded speaker systems designed to deliver clear, rich audio directly from MP3 enabled mobile phones, iPods, laptops and other portable digital devices. Altec Lansing also unveiled the latest PC speaker system for flat-panel displays.
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Comments: 0Tuesday, October 23rd 2007 - 11:30 CEST
Altec Lansing unveiled a series of light and portable Bluetooth speaker systems designed to deliver clear, rich audio from MP3 enabled mobile phones and other mobile devices. Altec Lansing and Nokia co-developed the Nōbi as a stereo system accessory to Nokia’s new XpressMusic series of MP3 enabled mobile phones. The combination of Altec Lansing’s stereo speaker expertise and Nokia’s advanced music enabled phones reflect the two companies’ dedication to offering users a dynamic, simple and portable music experience.
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Comments: 0Thursday, October 11th 2007 - 15:01 CEST
The new Portable Bluetooth Speaker MBS-100, announced by Sony Ericsson, is the perfect accessory for your Walkman phone or most other Bluetooth enabled music phones. For anyone wanting to share their music, whether at home or in the office, but avoid a series of wires and complicated set-up, the Portable Bluetooth Speaker MBS-100 looks and sounds the part. As previously seen on the MTV European website, the Portable Bluetooth Speaker MBS-100 is the first portable speaker from Sony Ericsson able to stream music wirelessly from your phone via Bluetooth.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, October 10th 2007 - 16:00 CEST
The recent news that the two year old Yahoo! Podcasts service is closing has ripped through the blogosphere causing much consternation. Is this the death knell for podcast search engines? Marshall Kirkpatrick, Lead Author for Read/Write Web (a leading tech blog), and an independent online software and marketing consultant, said, “The site never came out of Beta before the plug was pulled. There's not much information available beyond an underlined non-link now at the top of the site reading ‘Yahoo! apologizes deeply’… [however] the exact date of the closure seems to have fluctuated a bit already, but whenever it happens there are competitors ready to give podcast search outside of iTunes a go for themselves.”
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