The first integrated communications docking station for iPhone. Combining the capabilities of many top-selling iPhone accessories into a single device, the revolutionary iFusion utilizes built-in Bluetooth technology, a full duplex speaker phone and a patented ergonomic design to deliver superior voice quality that meets the demanding requirements of today’s home and business consumer. The unique cradle design of the iFusion supports the iPhone 3G, 3GS and 4, providing a means to securely dock the phone while supplying power, battery charging and data synchronization via an integrated USB cable. With support for A2DP Bluetooth streaming, users are able to enjoy their favorite iPhone music over the internal speakerphone. Pre-orders are available now for shipping in April 2011.
Admission to Police by Autistic Child Made Within ‘Arm’s Reach of His Mother’ Ruled Admissible,rejecting, inter alia, defense expert’s testimony of his opinion that defendant would have been unable to assert himself to the police
For those people who like to tweet, the TweetDeck application is quite a find. With this application, users can truly “tweet like a pro”, as they will be able to customize theirTwitter experience by creating groups, saved searches, and automatic updates. It is billed as “air traffic for Twitter”, and that’s a fairly apt description of this powerful tool. This version is compatible with all operating systems.
It seems like the phone-owning world was holding their breath for this moment. Now that Verizon’s own iPhone is almost here, you might be thinking of switching–and have many questions. Lifehacker‘s got answers–on price, networks, transfers, you name it.
What: Verizon offers the iPhone on its (3G) network.
When: Pre-orders for existing Verizon customers start Feb. 3. General sales start Feb. 10.
Where: Pre-orders will be offered on Verizon’s web site, or taken in-store. Verizon and Apple retail stores will offer the phone on Feb. 10.
Who: New customers and Verizon customers eligible for upgrades can get the phone at a relatively friendly price. Impatient contract-terminators will pay a bit more, and very impatient Verizon subscribers will hand over a whole lot of cash for one phone.
Notice of Availability of Draft Model Environmental Assessment Forms for Public Review and Comment
Comments on the full and short EAF and supporting documents will be accepted by the department until close of business, February 18, 2011. Please submit comments to Mr. Robert Ewing, NYSDEC, Department of Environmental Permits, 625 Broadway, Albany, NY 12233-1750. Comments may also be submitted via the web to: Division of Permits email