The open source Flash runtime, Gordon, allows Flash SWF files to run tun on the mobile Safari. It is added to a webpage and iPhones can view the content without being modified. Try the demos.
Ritmo has what it calls the most advanced and complete prenatal music player. I must confess that I was unaware of any other prenatal music player. Ritmo's system connects to nearly any music player with a universal stereo plug. The glowing expectant mother wears a belt equipped with four speakers and a controller around her belly.
Displayed on Mophie's site are two new cases for the Apple mobile family. The battery extending juice pack air for the iPod Touch 2G & 3G and the card reading marketplace for the iPhone 3G &3GS. Both are tagged with a coming soon label.
Meet the Yogen, a palm-sized pull cord charger. You connect the Yogen to your device and pull the cord producing energy to charge it.
You could spends hours scouring the Apple's app store trying to sift through jaded or fanboy reviews. Wouldn't it be great if someone put together an organized list of their favorites games? Well, there is a link for that.
You may recall my post last week on the poll on our sister site asking you to vote on which of these three impresses you most. I thought I'd share the results so far.
CNET posted a grizzly tale from the forums of ArmyParatrooper.org that is too good not to be true. The short of the claim is fishermen in Alaska left fresh bait onboard which attracted a bear. The bear mercilessly shredded the fuselage open to retrieve its catch. After patching the plane with duct tape, the pilot flew home. Check out the photos and forum for yourself. What do you think, truth or prank?
DualSpinBall is on sale for free from its usual .99 price for now. The two player action game looks pretty hectic. Check out the video on the jump to see for yourself.
Before there were apps for that, there was the Swiss Army knife. Survivalists looking to open their garage doors wirelessly can rest easy. Victorinox has delivered. Also, sporting an LED light, it is expected to be available in September 2010 for about $100. With a press of a button you can control garage doors, the lights, an alarm and more. Read on for all four other geeky models shown recently at CES.