Accessories

Grace Digital Bluetooth receivers make ancient speakers usable again

Grace Digital Bluetooth receivers make ancient speakers usable again

This week there's a couple of new devices arriving from Grace Digital that may very well be the one thing that makes that ancient set of speakers you've been keeping in the garage worth the years of nagging from your significant other. Why don't you get rid of those old things? You're never going to use them, everything is wireless these days! Here's why: the GDI-BTAR122 (24 watt) and GDI-BTAR502 (100 watt) from Grace Digital work with Bluetooth 4.0 and connect to your old speakers - like the future attaching to the past, so to speak.

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Kanex Multi-Sync wireless keyboard brings quick-switch with Bluetooth 3.0

Kanex Multi-Sync wireless keyboard brings quick-switch with Bluetooth 3.0

While there's no reason to believe that the newest keyboard device from Kanex wouldn't work with any and all Bluetooth 3.0-compatible devices, they've aimed directly at the Apple world here in the week of this accessory's launch. The Kanex Multi-Sync Keyboard works with the iPhone, iPad, iMac, and any other machine (with Bluetooth 3.0 or higher) you think would match up nicely. You've got a full Apple-esque design to the board as well as Bluetooth switching buttons - that means you can press one button for device A, then switch to device B or C with a press of one of your total of three buttons.

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iPhone 5c 3D printable cases incoming with bigger bubbles [UPDATE]

iPhone 5c 3D printable cases incoming with bigger bubbles [UPDATE]

Supposing you saw the iPhone 5c and didn't find Apple's own official cases to be appealing as you'd wished, this week you may be in luck. Industrial Designer and 3D illustrator Martin Hajek has created a set of NURBS models for customization of this basic case, allowing users to get creative as they please. The first thing Hajek did was to open up the center column of holes along the backside of the iPhone 5c case to reveal the iPhone logo.

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iPhone 5C accessories begin to flow: Moshi leads the way

iPhone 5C accessories begin to flow: Moshi leads the way

Though Apple did this time around create a set of their own home-made cases for the iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S, accessory makers like Moshi wouldn't be deterred. While the vast majority of cases made for the iPhone 5 already fit the iPhone 5S as they've got essentially the same physical features where it counts for accessories, the iPhone 5C is a different story. Here Moshi starts the party off with the iGlaze Remix, completely cloaking the original color of the iPhone.

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iPhone 5S and 5C Cases hands-on: made by Apple

iPhone 5S and 5C Cases hands-on: made by Apple

In addition to making the iPhone 5S and the iPhone 5C official this week, designers at Apple have introduced a set of cases (official Apple-made cases, that is) for both devices. Both cases work with the most basic titles imaginable: iPhone 5S Case and iPhone 5C case, while their makeup is quite different. While the 5S cases move with a real-deal aniline leather, the 5C cases work with silicone exteriors and a soft-touch interior.

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HTC BoomBass cube amplifies BoomSound with subwoofer and dedicated amp

HTC BoomBass cube amplifies BoomSound with subwoofer and dedicated amp

Created specifically for the HTC One, the HTC BoomBass is a speaker accessory made to enhance the powers of HTC BoomSound. This accessory is a Bluetooth-enabled subwoofer with the added benefit of a dedicated amplifier, made to interact with the "HTC One family's BoomSound." This cubical device comes in at 64 x 64 x 64mm and aims to add to the already high-end speaker presentation on the HTC One with an enhanced bit of quality for lower range frequencies.

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DICE+ Bluetooth controller hits the market for Android and iOS

DICE+ Bluetooth controller hits the market for Android and iOS

There's another wireless pair of dice - or one die, as it were - on the market this week called DICE+, ready to take the smartphone and tablet world back into the physical realm. This is a die you can toss, one that connects to your smartphone or tablet with Bluetooth. This device was introduced earlier this year amongst a selection of similar products like the Scosche smartROLL and the die included with the Lenovo IdeaCentre Horizon 27 "Table PC", and will be hitting stores this week.

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Pressy for Android turns a headphone jack into a button

Pressy for Android turns a headphone jack into a button

Pressy is a little gadget that is touted as being the "almighty Android button." Specifically, Pressy will transform your headphone jack into a clickable button and it comes preset with three actions. These include a short click to toggle the flashlight, a long click to toggle in and out of silent mode and a double click to take a picture. And just in case you were looking for some additional actions, take comfort in knowing that Pressy actions are able to be customized.

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HTC One software update earns Mini+ support and a Google keyboard

HTC One software update earns Mini+ support and a Google keyboard

If you happen to have the Euro edition of the HTC One this week and were just itching to get confirmation of the existence of the miniature phone accessory HTC Mini+, an over-the-air update appearing today should suffice. What you'll be seeing here is software update 2.24.401.8, sent out to this international edition of the HTC One starting this morning in waves. You'll also find an update that allows the use of Google's own Android keyboard - also offered as a separate stand-alone app from the Google Play app store.

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Plantronics RIG headset offers a wired mixer for gaming and mobile blend

Plantronics RIG headset offers a wired mixer for gaming and mobile blend

Plantronics has unveiled its new RIG line of products, the first of which - the RIG headset - allows gamers to stay connected to their smartphone while playing, offering a wired mixer and the ability to toggle without issue between a video game console and "the real world." The headset is slated for launch sometime later this fall, though a specific date hasn't yet been provided, with the price set at $129 USD/EUR.

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