AirPlay has been one of the most popular features in Apple's iOS devices. The technology allows users to easily share different kinds of contents across their iOS devices with ease. Google is planning to bring the features to Android with an 'open standard' alternative of AirPlay.
Libratone has introduced for the first time a truly hassle-free, wire-free as well as no-compromise AirPlay wireless speaker called Libratone Zipp. To run this speaker, you don't need any Wi-Fi network and complicated setup, because the company has used its owned developed new PlayDirect technology in this speaker. You can not only use this speaker for your home entertainment but also use it in picnics, camping trips and other outdoor activities. Salty Grey or Raspberry Red colored of Libratone Zipp will be sold at Apple Stores and Apple Online from October 2012 for $399.
Apple's AirPlay feature has long been touted as a very useful feature for iOS and Mac users. However, it seems that life is about to get as good for Xbox users too. We have been hearing that Microsoft will also unveil a similar feature and now the company has finally lived up to these hopes, announcing 'SmartGlass' for Xbox.
After just two and a half weeks of releasing iOS 5.1.1 update Apple has released a revised version of iOS 5.1.1. The new version's software code name is 9B208 where its previous version's was 9B206. The two build versions has been released in a short time interval. The new build probably fixes some small bugs in the software, and the fixes are limited to GSM iPhone 4. You can download it directly from this Apple update link.
If you are an iPhone or iPad user and in same time you use Apple TV it is most probable that you tried a service called AirPlay. With AirPlay you can easily stream multimedia content trough your house wirelessly. Although this is phenomenal options, but what if you are using the app that does not support AirPlay? Before you thinking of swathing your app or not even trying to use AirPlay because your app does not support it you can try another method which will surprise you with results.
If concept gadgets interest you, then getting your hands on the Figaro concept speakers might worth your time! The Figaro triangular concept speakers are designed by Morten Gronning Nielsen. The aesthetic design and uniqueness will surely be able to catch the attention of the people.
iHome has announced that their iW2 airPlay speaker will be shipped for $199 from April 1. iW1 was the company's first airplay and iW2 is a update version, this airplay supports Apple's airPlay wireless streaming technology. You can easily stream your iTunes music library to the speaker from anywhere in your home.
Although the whole buzz about today's Apple event primarily concerned iPad, Apple was able to surprise us yet again by taking the opportunity to unveil it's all new Apple TV. This is great news for many but at the same time, a disappointment for those who have been expecting Apple to reveal an LCD display television. For now, Apple plans to stick to set-top boxes and the new version of Apple TV is able to output 1080p HD video.
Panasonic has revealed a new Apple airPlay speaker in Japan called the SC-AP01. Panasonic uses Nano Bamboo technology to make it. This speaker is designed to play high-quality music wirelessly from your smartphone or tablet. The device will launch in April 20. I specially like it for the interesting design and the case of the speaker shown to be very thin.
RIM has been undergoing some major overhaul, both in it's structure and it's products. BGR recently claimed that it gained access to some RIM slides which reveal the company's roadmap for the year 2012. According to the slides, RIM may launch Playbook with some major overhauls which include a 1.5 GHz dual core processor and many other new features. The leaked slides also speak about the Curve devices that are expected to be released by RIM soon. The devices will have a dedicated BBM button, a 2.44 inch display with a resolution 320*240 and 512 MB of RAM as well as storage.