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German-engineered, uh, cube coming

High-end (they say "distinctive") audio manufacturer Sonoro is storming into the American market with the release of the "cubo" line. The product will come in two flavors -- "cubo elements" and "cubo fusion....
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4D Web 2.0 pack 11

4D released a revision, which offers users a new set of Internet tools while providing user-friendliness and better functionally. Essentially 4D's Web 2.0 Pack v11 is an online Internet application, which al...
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Creative launches upconverting iPod dock

Creative announced Monday the new Xdock HD, which will upconvert iPod-resolution video to 720p or 1080i and upconverts music to their X-Fi Xtreme Fidelity technology. The Xdock HD can also play video on an H...
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iSkin Cerulean wireless audio products

iSkin's Cerulean line of products is a handy collection of Bluetooth accessories and earbuds for iPod's, laptops and other audio devices that let's you go cordless. They work with laptops, iPods and mobile phon...
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IOGEAR’s Bluetooth Audio Transport

The Bluetooth Audio Transport is an all-in-one earbud wireless audio product that works with cell phones, stereos, iPods and any other audio source you can think of. Though there are some considerations to m...
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iHome iH85B Cycler – Music to pedal to

iHome's new iH85B takes the earbuds out of your ear -- and that's one less distraction when you're riding a bike. With all the bad press plastic bottles are getting lately, the iH85B, designed with a bike mo...
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16gb iPod Touch reviewed

After months of what seemed like torture following the release of the iPhone -- and listening to consumers, technology experts, news anchors and my peers bragging about it -- I must admit that I was tempted bu...
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iHome iH4 iPod alarm clock

SDI Technologies struck gold in 2005 with the popularity of its iPod-compatible clock radio, the iHome iH5 ($99). In an attempt to expand upon its success, SDI recently introduced a new line of iPod-dockable au...
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MyVu for iPod

Initial Impressions: The glasses seem strange at first, since they only block a center strip of your eyes, and they have tinted glass on either sides of the screen. This does allow you to see around you when th...
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Invisible Shield

I saw Shield Zone's Invisible Shield at Mac World in Boston, and obtained the iPod Nano version, with a cut out for the scroll wheel. It's basically three pieces of plastic, the front cover, back, and a little ...