iLuv makes gobs of gear that goes along with the Apple iPod and iPhone. The company has a hoard of alarm clocks and speaker docks designed to let users get the most out of their Apple players. The company is unveiling some new gear at CES including a cool alarm clock called the App Station.
The leaked Google Nexus One ROM continues to throw up some interesting tidbits, and after the specification run-down earlier this week there's now news on a potential official accessory for the Android 2.1 smartphone. Tweakers have been digging through the official headset support list, and have spotted an entry for the "Nexus One Car Dock"; it suggests that Google - or HTC, the ODM behind the Nexus One - will be producing some sort of docking cradle for using the smartphone with Google Maps Navigation.
Looking for a guaranteed way to confuse press and customers alike, and dilute your new brand? Creative have a good example: they've called their latest iPod speaker dock the ZiiSound, which you'd expect to thus include some of the clever ZiiLABS "StemCell Computing" magic they've been discussing this week. Instead it's a bog-standard speaker dock, with nary a whiff of a Zii processor.
I spent lots of time playing with Lego in my youth. In fact, I got into more than one fistfight at school over the last set of wheels for my Fall Guy truck creation. Today, geeks are doing all sorts of projects with Lego that have more to do with gadgets than the type of building Lego intended its ubiquitous blocks to be used for.