These are Scosche’s most expensive headphones at $99.99, but don’t let that list price scare you away--we found them at Amazon for closer to $50. The sound quality is excellent, and the 11mm drivers pump out full, accurate sound with strong enough bass to keep us from scrambling for our EQ settings.
The Mac|Life staff celebrate the Giants win with a hearty "yeah!" and share ideas on getting David Hasselhoff to follow them on Twitter. Susie and Flo also discuss the wonder of the new Sesame Street short, and the gang shares their fond memories of their first portable Macs. Also, Ray cautions against NudeRunner-Girl.
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For the media obsessed iPhone 4 owner, this Scosche case comes with interchangeable back plates that enable you to transform the case into a stand for watching movies, engaging in a FaceTime chat, or just to have the device angled for when you're playing music. Then, when you want to return back to normal, simply snap on one of the other two metallic-looking backings for the rest of the day. The idea is ingenious, as having a perpetual kick stand can tend to get annoying when the hinges become loose and don't clip back into place. However, you might want to employ a screen cover since there's no much of a barrier between your iPhone 4's frontside and the floor you could potentially drop it on.
It's that time again--time to figure out what to do to keep your brand new iPhone 4 safe and secure from all of life's awful doings. Whatever you're doing on a daily basis, don't let your iPhone become a victim. Instead, check out these cases and see which one best suits your lifestyle and your personality.
Also, check out this week's Win to see how you can score a pack of sweet Speck cases, including the one featured in this week's Best Case Scenario.
One of the big reasons we didn’t have a gadget-crush on the third-gen
iPod shuffle (3 out of 5 stars, Jun/09) is its reliance on Apple’s
earbuds to control the device. Without any buttons on the shuffle’s
chassis, the inline remote on the included ’buds is the only way to
navigate tracks, play, pause, or make volume adjustments. But now
Scosche’s tapSTICK aims to improve your shuffle experience by adding
back the third-gen shuffle’s missing buttons.
Remember yesterday, when Apple released a button-less iPod shuffle, with the controls moved to the earbud cable, and we complained that we kind of hate Apple's earbuds like the Amish hate electricity? Well, rest easy, fellow haters, 'cause Scosche is on the case, and we bet more companies are working on it too. (More details after the jump...)