Traktor DJ for iPhone brings simple but powerful mixing tools to Apple's small screen | The Verge

Here’s the latest release from Native Instruments, the iPad Traktor DJ experience brought to the phone, via The Verge….

Earlier this year, Native Instruments released Traktor DJ for iPad, a powerful DJ system that also has a lower learning curve than most mixing options out there. Now, the company is attemping to bring that experience to the small screen with the dedicated Traktor DJ app for iPhone and iPod touch. It’s a $4.99 app, compared to the $19.99 NI is asking for the iPad version, but it doesn’t skip on features — in fact, the company says just about every feature from the iPad app is present in this new release.

 

I’m loving this simple and elegant evouni nano stand pouch

By developing a soft case that both houses electronic devices and provides an ergonomic resting position, users can easily access and interact with their hand-held computers. Made using japanese toray escaine fabric and a genuine leather lining, additional structure is implemented to keep phones fully upright in any position.

 

Beautiful product with a price tag that more than matches B&O’s reputation for excellent (and expensive) products…

The ‘beolit 12′ portable music system features apple airplay technology for seamless wireless streaming from apple devices. The design is suggestive of the company’s 1960′s transistor radios of the name name, but featuring an aluminium grille, a range of loudspeaker fabric colour options, and an italian leather carrying strap.

via Designboom

This is the most amazing demo I’ve seem, this company take almost any phone and embed a waterproof coating on it that makes it waterproof without using any case! Amazing…

Liquipel is a revolutionary process that applies a waterproof coating to your electronic device to protect them in the event of accidental exposure to liquids. It is not visible to the human eye, virtually undetectable and Liquipel will not compromise the look, feel, and performance of your electronics.

Not so long ago, these people would have been call witches and burnt for this kind of magic.

I love these wooden shelves for organising your iPhone apps on to, originally from WeiPhone, but downloadable from iphonebrella.com

Here’s an awesome guide to how you can divert all your SIRI voice reminders into the online service Remember the Milk, rather than being stuck only on your iPhone…
  1. Open Settings on your iPhone 4S
  2. Tap Mail, Contacts, Calendars
  3. Tap Add Account…Tap Other
  4. Underneath Calendars, tap Add CalDav Account
  5. In the Server field, enter: www.rememberthemilk.com
  6. In the User Name and Password fields, enter your Remember The Milk details
  7. Tap Next
  8. You should be returned to Mail, Contacts, Calendars, with the account added.
  9. Scroll to the bottom of the screen, and tap Default ListTap Remember The Milk

via Remember The Milk