Did you see the Google+ 2.0 update for iPhone and wonder if Google's attention had drifted away from its own baby? Don't fret, as the Android app has just been given similarly loving treatment. The interface shares the reworked stream look that we saw on iOS while keeping the swipe-to-switch category filters that Google+ has used from the start. There's even small rewards for having to watch your iPhone friends go first: you can now start a Hangout video chat from the main menu, get ringing Hangout notifications, download photos directly from conversations and edit your posts after the fact. The new look has already proved polarizing, but if you're the sort who revels in the purity of a Google social network running on a Google platform, you can now try the overhaul for yourself.Permalink | | Email this | Comments
The iGrip Charging Dock is custom designed for the iPhone 4S, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 3G, AT&T iPhone 4, or Verizon iPhone 4 and allows you to charge your device while docked, as well as connect a 3.5mm audio cable to your vehicles stereo.
The integrated joint mechanism and tightening wheel allows easy adjustment of viewing angles. The dock itself can be rotated 360-degrees and adjusts vertically and horizontally (portrait or landscape) at an inclination angle up to 60-degrees.
The back of the iGrip Charging Dock features a microUSB female connector for the included DC charger, and with the lockable retaining clamp at the top, all functional elements and outlets of the iPhone 4S, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 3G, AT&T iPhone 4, or Verizon iPhone 4 are not covered and always accessible.
An integrated locking spacer is included to adjust to the size of your device, allowing an easy fit with most cases and bumpers.
When operating in the dark, there's an LED lit connecter area making connections simple and safe. The iGrip Charging Dock is a great solution for using GPS navigation applications, and easy to install on your windshield or dashboard.
Amazon is keeping its pace of expanding Amazon Prime's video collection every few months, and today it's Paramount's turn to swell the ranks. Instant Video is getting 'hundreds' of Paramount's movies, including both relatively recent movies like Nacho Libre and Mission: Impossible III as well as back catalog titles like Breakfast at Tiffany's and Clear and Present Danger. As always, the movies are watchable anywhere you've got broadband, and they don't add a premium to the $79 yearly Prime subscription. Just be prepared to explain why you're watching Urban Cowboy on your Kindle Fire at the airport.Permalink | | Email this | Comments