Monthly Archives: September 2010

Adding a keyboard to the iPhone

The Jorno foldable keyboard for the iPhone reminds me of a foldable keyboard I used very successfully with my Palm Pilot. Continue reading

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Will vendors get Square?

Square Up uses a tiny credit-card reader that attaches to the headphone jack of the iPhone or iPad. Continue reading

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A whole other way to see the iPhone

Austin Seraphin, who uses the iPhone as a sight aid, describes his first week with the iPhone 4, which uses VoiceOver screen reading software. Continue reading

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Excuse me, my tree’s ringing

The iTree is a one-of-a-kind log that’s been wired and equipped with dock connectors so it can serve as a charging dock for your iPod, iPad, or iPhone. And a conversation piece. Continue reading

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Woogie! If your iPhone is also a toy

The Woogie from Griffin Technology offers some protection for an iPhone that’s been turned over to a toddler. Continue reading

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What to do with a wet iPhone:

If you got your iPhone wet, the most important thing to remember is: don’t turn it on. Continue reading

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I want an iPhone keyboard, but probably not this one

Engadget calls the keyboard on the Nuu Mini Key case for iPhone “bulky” and notes that it lacks an extended-life battery pack. Continue reading

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