iTunes is now 80% DRM free, with all 10 million going free by the end of Q1 2009; there will be three pricing tiers ($0.69, $0.99 and $1.29) as well as a 3G/Wi-Fi store for the iPhone.
The Onion is at it again with this Apple spoof of the MacBook Wheel; it’s similar to The MacTini but better produced. Best line: “I’ll buy just about anything if it’s shiny and made by Apple.”
Give your first or second gen iPod a second lease on a musical life by turning it into a 2.25″ speaker; DIYer Jordan Horwich details how to build a pair of your own for under $100.
The lack of a physical keyboard has been a downer for many iPhone fans, but Mat Brady’s proposal for a third party solution might do the trick; it’s sleek and also doubles as a case.
Exploded diagrams rock our geeky socks, so this Exploded iPhone t-shirt by Dion Briggs is a must buy; it’s printed with soft-hand plastisol on an American Apparel tee.
Made with a hand-crafted process that takes 45 days, Vaja’s ivolution Silver is lux all the way; this grainy cowhide MacBook Air case is offered in 15 outside and 37 inside colors.
Roth Audio’s MC4 mixes a bit of the old with the new; it’s both a tube amplifier and an iPod dock with s-video output; includes remote and a pair of OLI1 2-way bookshelf speakers.
Feelin’ the need to personalize your MacBook or MBP? Iamhuman’s tasteful, upscale-styled 3M adhesive covers resemble wood and fabrics; they’ll remove with no residue.
Madden NFL-era kids won’t care much for Mattel’s Football, but for 70s kids, LED Football 2 is a nostalgic iPhone app; it includes running, punting, field goals and passing.
Wazabee’s 3DeeShell is an unusual iPhone case with a lens that shows 3D images without special glasses; it also includes apps for creating, viewing and sharing 3D pics.
Bad memories of Apple’s infamous hockey puck mouse still give us nightmares, but we’re intrigued by this Multitouch Mighty Mouse concept by the good folks over at MacBlogz.com.
It’s too late to get one for Christmas, but Miniot’s iWood iPhone cases make an ideal belated gift; each is carved from a single piece of wood, including Oak, Mahogany, or Cherry.
As much as we love our iPods and MacBooks, this Mactini commercial had us in stitches; it’s a skit from the BBC’s Peter Serafinowicz Show and part of his Christmas special.
This laptop sleeve by dripmaster Krink is the result of a collaboration with Arkitip and Apple-friendly Incase; his signature metallic paint looks extra sweet on this limited run piece.
Revealed earlier this fall, Apple’s In-Ear headphones are finally available; better than the stock phones that come with your iPod, they include a remote, mic and three silicone ear-tips.
The iPhone finally gets tactile feedback with this amazing iPhone coffee table by iLounge readers; made with corrugated cardboard, the icons are actually built-in coasters.
Tired of waiting for Apple to release game-changing hardware, Mac|Life has dropped four crisply rendered (if fanciful) prototypes, including the triBook, GameDock, iCom and LMac.
The Simpsons’ penchant for cultural relevance shines as bright as an Apple store in yesterday’s Mypods and Boomsticks episode; it’s brimming with “Mapple” and “Steve Mobs” in-jokes.
Incase’s iPhone 3G Power Slider is an awesome two-fer: not only is it a protective case, but it also includes a Li-ion polymer battery that equals 120% of an iPhone’s normal capacity.
After last Friday’s false start, Google’s iPhone Voice Search app is finally available in the iTunes store; this intuitive app ditches typing altogether and lets you search via voice commands.
Always a conspicuous omission from Apple’s laptops, the Numberkey iPhone App just makes perfect sense: for $2, it’ll use WiFi and turn your iPhone into a virtual 18-key numpad.
It looks like someone had a field day with a shrink ray, but this DIY Mac Pro Mini is actually made from the salvaged mobo of a damaged MacBook and a Macally hard drive enclosure.
We don’t want to know why that guy is smiling, but suffice it to say these iPod Video Goggles offer privacy without extra adapters; they draw power directly from your iPod.
Combining zombies with tower defense, Zombie Attack is a surefire hit; it costs less than a buck and is now available at the iTunes App Store. Note: nausea warning on the video above.
The GrooveNeo is an iPod dock and alarm clock with a hard-to-miss digital readout; if that doesn’t work, two 2.75″ speakers with bass response make snoozing a risky proposition.
Throwboy has released a new line of Icon Pillows that are tailored towards techies and geeks, specifically those of the Mac persuasion; don’t make us throw our Dock at you.
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