EA’s version of an action parkour game on Xbox 360 and PS3 was a love hate sort of game. I wanted to love it, but just could not get past the frustrating controls resulting in my mixed emotions about what is a great concept of a game.Read More
Waterfield design is now shipping their Suede Jacket for the Zune HD. The case is made in the USA and offers a very reasonable price of just $9 or $13 with a side pocket. The case is made of high quality suede and keeps the thin form factor of the Zune while keeping it protected from scratches.
"Keep ’em together. It doesn’t get thinner than this! This Ultrasuede® slipcase prevents scratches on your Zune HD, and the elasticity of the pocket keeps it flat when empty and stretchy enough to hold your earbuds safely. Low profile slides easily into your shirt or jeans pocket. Perfect fit for your Zune HD. Available with or without the new pocket."
It looks like today brings us the unofficial/official confirmation that Snow Leopard is due out in Q1 of 2009. This slide was taken from a group of slides from last weeks LISA conference, thanks to a slip up of Jordan Hubbard, Director of Apple’s Unix Technology Group. The time frame certainly fits and giving that Apple already released revisions to almost its entire lineup of hardware this year, it looks like Snow Leopard could be part of the big news at MacWorld Expo in January.
The Fusion CA-IP1500 is the first (that we know of) car stereo to have its own ipod dock built right into the unit itself. The faceplate on the Fusion folds down to reveal a slot where the iPod slides in. The stereo then controls the iPod with scrolling menus like you would expect.
Griffin has made some interesting accessories for portable music players and now they have the New Griffin Clarifi for iPhone available for Pre-Order. The new case not only protects the iPhone, but adds a much needed layer of sophistication to the camera of the iPhone. Griffin has incorporated a lens into the protective backing of the iPhone case which allows better closeup shots. "Without Clarifi, iPhone requires about 18 inches to focus properly. Slide Clarifi’s lens into place and you can move in to 4 inches for crisp detail and great pictures."