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Devices featuring Corning’s bendable “Willow Glass” won’t arrive for at least three years, an announcement that dampens expectations of a rumored Apple-built watch with curved glass display featuring Corning’s technology.
Guy Kawasaki, former Apple evangelist, announced on Wednesday that he would be taking on an advising position at Google-owned Motorola, saying the troubled smartphone manufacturer is ripe for innovation much in the same way that industry giant Apple was back in 1998.
While Apple has begun to catch up with demand for its redesigned iMacs, the company’s Thunderbolt Display remains in limited supply at resellers, potentially hinting that an update could be around the corner.
A leaked document from Samsung’s investment bank has revealed that the firm believes Apple is planning to release a 7-inch “iPad mini” device in the third quarter of 2012 and is interested in flexible AMOLED panels for future generations of its tablets.
The App Store reached the historic milestone of 25 billion application downloads early on Saturday, though Apple has yet to announce the winner of the $ 10,000 App Store gift card.
Apple on Friday posted a dozen job listings for iCloud-related engineering positions as it continues to place an emphasis on cloud services as a major component of the company’s strategy.
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Car kit for iPod, iPhone, Blackberry, PDA, MP3 players, Includes Universal Flexible Adjustable Car Windshield/dashboard Mount with Attachable Vent Clips + 3.5mm Auxiliary Cable (5 Ft.)
- Secure attachment to your windscreen using a powerful suction cup
- Easily adjustable to any angle for optimal viewing
- Strong flexible Gooseneck for minimal vibration
- Includes Clips to for optional attacment to car’s vent system
- 3.5mm audio Cable Connects the 3.5mm jack from your device to the car’s stereo system
Product DescriptionCar kit includes the following,
1) Universal Adjustable Mount
The easiest solution for your iPod, iPhone, Blackberry, PDA, MP3 Player etc. within your car. Simply attach to your windshield, dashboard or clip to your vehicle’s horizontal vents and view your device while driving. Decent and stylish design keeps your car neat. See who is calling right away, never fumble for your call in your car again.
* Powerful suction cup with lever to activate and release suction * Easily adjustable to any angle for optimal viewing * Cushioned side arms hold your device securely and safely * Includes two clips to attach to horizontal vents * Strong flexible neck for minimal vibration * Adjustable width holds devices from 48mm to 118mm * Quick release button on the resting pad to release the grip of your iPhone/PDA/GPS * The swivel pedestal can be rotated 360 degree which is controlled by a sliding switch * Easy to install, no tools required
2) 3.5mm Auxiliary Cable
This 3.5mm Male to Male stereo cable enables you to listen to your device thru your car’s sound system, just plug one end into your device’s headphone jack and the other end into the car auxiliary jack
3) DBROTH Microfiber Cleaning Cloth – Keeps your touch screen nice ‘n’ clean at all times.
Hey kids, wanna see your golf drive Sam Raimi style, i.e. from the perspective the club itself? It wouldn’t be with the fanciest of cameras, and we’re sure wind resistance would throw you off your game, but we are curious if Joby’s Gorillapod Magnetic would be able to hold tight. The flexible little tripod’s tips certainly give it a surprisingly strong pull — a shame it only holds 11 ounces, else we’d be putting our DSLRs in some crazy and unreasonable spots. Want one now? You’re in luck — it’s on sale over at Joby’s website for a pile of change less than $25.
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