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iPod touch 5G vs PS Vita

By - October 16, 2012 12 Pictures
During the last few years, portable console makers Sony and Nintendo were blindsided. Accustomed to having a safe market, their world was turned upside down by the arrival of smartphones and tablets. As developers and gamers flock to devices like the iPod touch 5G, Sony needs more than ever to distinguish its Playstation Vita. How does it stack up next to Apple's latest portable media device? Let's take a look ... Read More
— Children

Woogie protects your iPhone and makes it considerably more huggable

By - October 14, 2012 9 Pictures
The Woogie is an iPhone and iPod touch case that makes your Apple device considerably more huggable than those designed to add a keyboard or stop a bullet. Intended for those times you pass your iPhone to your kids, the new Woogie from Griffin Technology comes as one of two characters, which an accompanying app brings to life with your iPhone screen becoming the face of the interactive playmate. Read More
— Mobile Technology

iPod touch 5G vs. iPod touch 4G

By - October 10, 2012 11 Pictures
The iPod touch lives on. When Apple neglected to update its oddball iOS device in 2011, some speculated that the end was near. But now the touch has been updated to its 5th generation, and life goes on for the iPhone without a phone. Apple opted to keep the older 4th generation iPod touch on the market, next to its younger sibling. How do the two stack up against one another? Let's take a look … Read More
— Mobile Technology

iPhone 5 vs. iPod touch 5G

By - October 9, 2012 11 Pictures
The iPod touch is a strange bird. The first edition was released just a few months after the iPhone in 2007 as the iPod line's lone multitouch device. Through the years, though, it's become known more as a Nintendo DS rival than an MP3 player. Though kids' gaming may be the iPod touch's claim to fame, the device is almost on par with the iPhone. That point may be more valid today than ever, as the iPod touch has received a long-awaited update - probably its biggest yet. How does the new 5th generation iPod touch compare to its big brother, the iPhone 5? Let's take a look… Read More
— Mobile Technology

Slimmer iPod touch, new look iPod nano round-off Apple's big day

By - September 12, 2012 8 Pictures
The announcement of the iPhone 5 might have been the focus of attention in Cupertino this morning, but Apple has also shown some love to the line that set it on the path to becoming the most valuable company in history – the iPod. Like the iPhone 5, the new iPod touch boasts a slimmed-down profile and 4-inch Retina display, while the new iPod nano sports a new form factor with a 2.5-inch Multi-Touch display. Read More
— Mobile Technology

General Imaging introduces ipico hand-held projector for iPhone

By - August 15, 2012 2 Pictures
If you're the kind of iPhone and iPod touch user who likes to share your photos, home movies and amusing social network feeds with a bigger audience than your iDevice screen allows, General Imaging's new ipico may just be what you're looking for. Claimed to be capable of throwing images of up to 50-inches (127 cm) onto just about any surface, the new hand-held projector is not only pocket-friendly but also kind on your wallet. Read More
— Mobile Technology

FreedomPop brings free 4G data to iPod touch and iPhone users

By - August 2, 2012 3 Pictures
The iPod touch is more or less an iPhone without the phone functionality. When connected to a Wi-Fi network, it can do most of the same functions as the iPhone. However, Wi-Fi is not available everywhere, and without it, the touch loses some important functionality. FreedomPop is launching an iPod touch case for US$99, that brings free 4G data to touch owners. Read More
— Mobile Technology

JuiceBuddy claims world's most portable iPhone charger title

By - June 25, 2012 3 Pictures
Cellphones have come a long way since the models of the 1990’s, but if there is one area in which a brand-new iPhone 4S still cannot hope to compete with those venerable handsets, it is battery life. With this in mind, California-based company Pacific Productions has unveiled the JuiceBuddy, an iPhone and iPod Touch charger which is small enough to fit on a keyring. Read More
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