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My colleague James Galbraith took a look at some of the audio hardware on display at Macworld 2011. But I also have a few products during my showfloor rambles that will interest Mac-using musicians.
The iFusion is perhaps the first iPhone accessory that is, in fact, a phone. Say what?
The iFusion is a desktop phone cradle with an iPhone dock. In the latest Macworld Video, my colleague Serenity Caldwell shows you how the iFusion works.
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The iFusion connects to your iPhone via Bluetooth and charges via the dock. You can then pick up the plastic phone and use it as a receiver for your iPhone. The iFusion also sports a speakerphone, which the company says sounds superior to the iPhone’s built-in option.
An enterprise-level app for businesses allows the iFusion to integrate with PBX systems.Read more »
You couldn’t get very far on the Macworld 2011 show floor without running into an exhibitor promoting a protective case for Apple’s iPad. But some cases stood out from the crowd.
In this Expo-themed Macworld video, I highlight cases from three developers that deserve a closer look.Read more »
2010 proved to be yet another successful year for Apple with its main attractions being the iPad and iPhone 4. Steve Jobs' criticism of Adobe's Flash technology was an ongoing story, and products such as the iPod nano and MacBook Air got smaller.
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Smartphones and tablets stole the gadget headlines in 2010 as the innovation spotlight turned away from consumer electronics and back to computing. Here's a look at the top gadgets of 2010.Read more »