If you drive and use your smartphone a lot you are asking for trouble and in many states and cities that can actually get you a ticket. You should be using a hands free device for calls and if you use that smartphone for navigation, you probably want a holder of some sort for the phone too.
I missed the viral part of this video last week, but it's funny nonetheless. The video on YouTube was of an actor that was supposed to be a student from MIT that had developed a hardware device for the iPhone hat turned the thing into a stun gun. The Stun Fone product was apparently picked up by all sorts of major outlets like CBS News, the Wall Street Journal and more.
Ten One Design unveiled its Pogo Stylus back not long after the original iPhone came out. There were many folks that wanted a stylus with the touchscreen, but your average stylus won't work with the iPhone. Ten One designed a stylus that will work with any iPhone or the iPad and the company is now unveiling the latest version of the pogo Stylus with a special clip designed specifically for use with the iPhone 4.
It's no great secret that the hands-free kit Apple include in with the iPhone 4 isn't much cop when it comes to audio performance, and that's left plenty of room for third-party offerings promising aural loveliness at a range of prices. With an MRSP of $99.99 but a street price under $50, the Scosche IDR655m earphones promise "brilliant highs, silky smooth mids and powerful bass" together with the company's tapLINE II control system. Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.
Back in the early days of mobile phones my dad had one of those fat brick phones. I remember the call quality was bad, but the thing was so big you could just bend your neck to talk without having to hold the phone to your ear.