Incase’s Maple Leaf Slider Cases are pretty slick, even for non-Canucks; made for the Vancouver 2010 Olympics, the hardshell sliders are only available in Canadian Apple Stores.
Like a virtual Dorian Grey, HourFace is an iPhone app that not only generates a fairly realistic 3D rendering of your face that responds to touch but can age it (or make it younger).
Google Voice arrives on the iPhone and Palm Pre courtesy HTML5; you’ll need to access it via your browser, but outgoing calls will display on Caller ID with your Google Voice number.
The duaLink isn’t just an iPod/iPhone cable but a USB hub; it manages connecting, syncing, and charging, allowing you to plug two devices simultaneously to a single USB port.
Because nothing beats skydiving through a puzzle while listening to classical music: Gordon Luk’s Skybox is a simple, yet addictive 3D action puzzler game for the iPhone/iPod Touch.
The U.S. Army goes mobile with the release of its own iPhone app; it’s surprisingly not FUBAR’d thanks to a nifty Fact Files area that supplies news on weapons, equipment, and vehicles.
Release date and pricing details are TBA, but these screen shots for Final Fantasy I and II are cause enough for celebration: both games are coming to the iPhone and iPod Touch.
Turn yourself into a one-man bah-bah-band with Voice Band: this iPhone app will transform your voice into one of ten instruments in real time; it includes guitars, bass, sax, and drums.
The iPhone Pilot may seem pointless, but we’ve already racked up countless kills with its machine gun, bomb, and engine noises; be sure to download and print the free paper “wings”.
OnStar’s Mobile app for iPhone, Storm, and Droid literally plugs you into your Chevy Volt: start or charge the car, lock/unlock the doors, or check battery levels, range, and MPG.
You don’t have to own an M to try out BMW’s M Power Meter for the iPhone and iPod Touch; the free app lets you calculate your own g-forces and 0-60 times–legally, of course.
Get your iPhone bricked in a good way with LEGO Photo: it’s basically a free, one-function photo application that’ll convert any of your pictures into a mosaic composed of 1×1 bricks.
Air guitars a bit too uncouth? The String Trio app turns your iPhone or iPod Touch into an air violin, viola, or cello; control the tempo, speed, and strength while playing one of 40 songs.
Pedal Brain is like Nike+ but for pro cyclers; it uses ANT+ to link sensors with your iPhone or iPod Touch, resulting in real-time position and performance data for riders and coaches.
I’ve got the whole 8-bit world in my hands: Craig Robinson’s famous Minipops are now available on the iPhone/iPod Touch, with 1,000 pixel people and a Guess Who? pop-quiz mode.
If you like eBoy’s isometric pixel art, Beat It! is a beat machine/rhythm game a-la Tap Tap that brings those sprites to life; it features 50 animated levels along with a freestyle mode.
It’s not the first controller-style case we’ve seen, but the iPDA iHandstick is easily the cheapest at $12; it’s a dual-grip rubber gamepad for your iPhone 3G/3GS or iPod Touch 2G/3G.
Mirror’s Edge lands on the iPhone/iPod Touch January 2010; it’ll feature Canabalt-style gameplay with 14 3D levels, dynamic camera angles, and running, sliding, and leaping.
New at Incase: the Perforated Snap Case offers the best of both worlds, keeping your iPhone light and cool while still providing the scratch and drop protection of a regular hardshell case.
All your TV belong to Apple: ThinkFlood’s RedEye System turns your iPhone or iPod Touch into a multi-touch universal remote; it uses a dock-like Wi-Fi to IR bridge and iPhone app.
GoRide’s iPhone Bike Mount does double duty: not only can it be mounted vertically or horizontally to your bicycle, but it easily detaches to serve as a regular case for your iPhone 3G/3GS.
Incase updates its Combo Charger with an extra USB port, allowing you to charge two iPhone/iPods simultaneously; it continues to offer both a 12V car adapter and flip-out wall socket.
Designed for MP3 mixing, the Touch DJ is a serious DJ app that features visual mixing and split mode; it won’t work with iTunes, but a free desktop app is included to load tracks.
‘Tis the season to be shiny: Incase’s Chrome Slider Cases are as bright as they are colorful, with black, gold, copper, and silver shells and pop-fluro interiors with rubber guardrails.
Ravensword isn’t perfect (no skill trees), but it shines as an iPhone/iPod Touch RPG with nearly 50 characters, an open world, and plenty of side quests; not bad for a two-man team.
Worried about your phone frying your brain? Pong’s iPhone Case reduces radiation 65% (WIRED’s test here) by using passive antenna coupling to redirect energy away from your head.
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