We've got another weekly roundup of iPhone 4 cases, where we introduce you to the new kids on the block (the cases, not the band).
Sonos has announced the Sonos Wireless Dock, which will complement the company's Multi-Room Music System by wirelessly sending music from your iPhone or iPod to Sonos ZonePlayers throughout your home.
Disney is continuing its massive Tron: Legacy marketing campaign with an update to its free Tron iOS app that includes video from Comic-Con, a sneak peek of an upcoming Tron graphic novel, and new video trailers.
iHome has released a major upgrade for its iHome+Sleep app, turning it into a full fledged universal app, and giving it a design overhaul.
HueSplash, by Emir F Samsuddin, is an iOS app that lets you change the hue of individual colors in a photo, allowing you to creatively alter the colors of certain items in photo without altering the entire image.
Veenix has updated its no-frills music player, Quick-Tunes with a 30-minute sleep timer.
Music software developer Ableton has released Amp, an effects plug-in designed to deliver realistic guitar amp and cabinet sounds to Ableton Live users.
Essency's Awareness! app uses your iPhone-compatible headphone's built-in microphone to listen to the outside world and relay sounds to you that are louder than a certain threshold.
Shape Services has updated its Business Card Reader app, adding high resolution graphics for the iPhone 4 Retina display, and improved contact adding and sorting features.
The U.K. publication, The Daily Telegraph, has released The Telegraph for iPad, which includes daily updates of content.
Headcase has released an officially licensed Etch A Sketch iPad case that's sure to elicit funny stares and nostalgic feelings from those who've used the iconic drawing toy.
Uncomplex has updated its Gmail client, Mailplane, with support for Gmail's recently released Priority Inbox, a new 'unseen' message counter, some minor bug fixes, and more.
Andrew and Alexa Kaz have upgraded their Ruler app to version 2.0, completely redesigning it with improved usability and iOS 4 support.
After much anticipation, VideoLAN has brought its free, open source multimedia player, VLC Player, to the iPad.
Macessity has released three new products specifically tailored for the 2010 Mac Mini.