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The EMBRACE+ bracelet pairs with a smartphone and lights up for different notifications

EMBRACE+ is a new piece of wearable electronics currently in development, that wirelessly connects to a smartphone and lights up in different colors in conjunction with notifications received on the phone. The idea is that if the phone is tucked away in a bag, or not right near the user, he or she would be able to tell what kind of notification the device has received and whether or not it's something they will need to address immediately.  Read More

Apple released iOS 6.1 today

Has your iOS device grown bored of running the same firmware for the last three months? Fear not, for after seeding five different betas to developers, Apple today released iOS 6.1 to the public. Perhaps the most exciting detail of this update, though, is that it opens the door for an imminent jailbreak.  Read More

Photofast's i-FlashDrive HD with iPhone

Photofast, maker of i-accessories like the iPADock, has released a successor to its original i-FlashDrive – the second-generation i-FlashDrive HD. This two-way, multi-use storage drive extends memory capacity and is designed to manage, swap and sync data between Mac or PC and iDevices.  Read More

Masimo's iSpO2 connects to a free iPhone app

If someone asked you what you can do with an iPhone, you could say playing games, listening to music, watching videos and even making phone calls. One thing that you probably wouldn't mention is checking your blood oxygen saturation. But you can now add that to the list, thanks to Masimo's iSpO2 pulse oximeter.  Read More

Hackulous has an official statement on its website about the closure

A seemingly popular community used by iOS jailbreakers to download pirated App Store applications has shut down without any warning to users. Hackulous, the community that has ceased to exist, also had a jailbreak application for downloading and installing apps called Installous. The Cydia repository for Hackulous has also gone down, along with a site that worked with Hackulous and its app, known as Apptrackr.  Read More

Artiphon has released the first teaser images of its forthcoming INSTRUMENT 1 pro-level mu...

There is no doubt that smartphone- and tablet-based apps have had a huge impact on music creation. While there seems to be plenty of plastic devices that extend functionality and creativity beyond the touchscreen (from the toy-like Fingerist to the iTar), if you yearn for wood then you're options are a little less abundant. After spending two years in development, the first images of Artiphon's intriguing, hardwood-bodied INSTRUMENT 1 for iPhone have been released ahead of a product launch in early 2013.  Read More

A standalone Google Maps app is set to launch for iOS sometime today

One of the most embarrassing chapters in Apple's history has been covered with a Band-Aid. In what can only be a bittersweet milestone for iOS, the Google Maps app is now available in the App Store as a standalone app.  Read More

Bungie co-founder Alex Seropian wants to revolutionize mobile gaming with his upcoming sho...

Console and mobile gaming are on a collision course. With manufacturers upgrading smartphones and tablets at least once a year, it's only a matter of time before their capabilities are even. It's appropriate, then, that the creator of one of console gaming's most iconic games is setting his sights on mobile. Can Bungie co-founder's Morning Star do for the iPad what Halo did for the Xbox?  Read More

DoorBot streams video and audio to your smartphone or tablet, wherever you are

Everyone wants to feel safe in their home, and it's easier to do so when you know who’s standing outside. DoorBot aims to help with exactly this, by functioning as a Wi-Fi-connected doorbell that streams live video and audio directly to your smartphone of choice whether you’re sitting on your couch or backpacking abroad.  Read More

PhoneJoy Play is compatible with iOS, Android, and desktop PC's

The success of the touchscreen device as a gaming platform shows that physical buttons are not required to offer a compelling user experience. Still, sometimes physical tactility and feedback would indeed be a welcome addition, and it is for just such occasions that the PhoneJoy Play has been developed, offering an adjustable gamepad which sports near-universal support for iOS, Android, and desktop computers.  Read More

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