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Lil’ Wiz: 360 Degree Vibration Sound From Small Device – CES 2012 2

Lil’ Wiz: 360 Degree Vibration Sound From Small Device – CES 2012

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS360 Degree Sound from a little gadget? That is what the Lil’ Wiz does. A small speaker that fills the room. Best part is, you don’t have to carry that big stereo with you. Connect Lil’ Wiz to your computer, smartphone, music player or tablet via audio cable, or in some cases, Bluetooth. There is also a Lil’ Wiz with SD card option, so you don’t even need an external device. Lil Wiz in Bluetooth With a range up to 30 feet, the Lil Wiz Bluetooth lets you place the speaker anywhere. USB charge cable (included) to a built-in lithium battery. Lil Wiz in SD Card Reader Connect a MicroSD Card (not included) into the slot and you won’t need a device to play the music. Also with rechargeable USB. About the Lil Wiz Lil’ Wiz has a suction cup on the bottom to stick to...

iTatch is so Secure, You can Spin an iPad with it 0

iTatch is so Secure, You can Spin an iPad with it

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS Note: We are not condoning spinning high-tech equipment. If you attempt the following, do so at your own risk. iTatch is probably one of the most straightforward pieces of tech out there. Some might not call a suction cup technology, but considering how we have advanced on rubber and plastics, this really is a technology wonder. You can even spin your iPad using it. iTatch is a Lanyard with a suction cup on the end. The idea is to attach it to the smooth surface of the iPad, then carry it around your neck. That way when you need the item, you just grab and go. Maybe not as much the iPad, but a smartphone or other device that has a smooth surface to it (note how I keep saying “Smooth surface”. Don’t attach to a phone case or any other textured item. It...

Panavise Mobile Mounts for Cameras, GPS, Phones 0

Panavise Mobile Mounts for Cameras, GPS, Phones

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSSometimes we need someone just to hold the camera. However, with Panvise, we can get that camera shot without having someone around. Panavise makes many types of mounts. Mostly for industrial need, holding items while you work on them. However, they have developed the 809 suction cup mount that can stick. In fact, it has been placed on the exterior of race cars going at top speeds. The standard mounts mean you can connect a GPS, a camera, cell phone or other device on your windshield. Heck, you could attach it on the outside of the car and not worry about it falling off! Interview by Esbjorn Larsen TPN CES 2011 Live Coverage Sponsors: Thanks to Audible for sponsoring GoDaddy services saves you money! New Customers Save 25% on Hosting at GoDaddy. Thanks to Luxor for sponsoring

GWP 2010-05-19 #139: Monster Show, Google Snooping is good, Flash or HTML5? 1

GWP 2010-05-19 #139: Monster Show, Google Snooping is good, Flash or HTML5?

Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSVery productive week – Summer is shaping up well. Podcasters – sign up for the 2nd Summer of Podcasts contest by May 24th and you could win a Blogworld Expo pass. Heading to Detroit in 24 hours. Congrats to our winnter for the Data Vault. This week’s X510 DataVault Drawing: Absolutely Windows Sponsor: Backup Now, Backup Often, Backup Off-site with Mozy Home Unlimited Backup – $4.95/Month! Use code “Geek” for 10% off! Sponsor: Solve technical issues faster with GoToAssist Express. Try it FREE for 30 days. All Geekazine Podcast Show Notes are also on Delicious To add cool items next week link on Delicious – geekazine podcast 140 Hotline – 608-205-4378 – geekazine (at) gmail.com Download the show Subscribe: Feedburner – Zune – iTunes – TechPodcasts – Blubrry – Stitcher I – S.U.N. (Straight Up News) Mozy Boosts Speeds, External Option! Hotmail enhancements...

MapLock is the Club for your GPS unit – CES 2010 0

MapLock is the Club for your GPS unit – CES 2010

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS Have you ever had your car broken into and your GPS stolen? You can even take the GPS out and stow it in the glove box or under the seat, but the thief might still see that residue from the suction cup and still break into your car for that device. Well that is where Maplock comes in. This device is “the Club for GPS”. Attach the lock to your Tom tom, Garmin or other device, then lock it to your steering wheel. The bright color will show that your GPS is locked down and not worth breaking into the car for. Todd Cochrane talks with Chris over this great product. Todd’s mother had 2 GPS stolen, so when he saw this product, his eyes lit up. For $49.95 this can save a thief from breaking into your car, stealing the...