Changing your computer's IP address not only hides your location from marketers but also worse threats. Fast Hide IP makes it easy to mask your IP by routing your traffic through a network of secure servers that are impossible to trace. Fast Hide IP is not only easy to use but also lets you choose which country's address to use. To Internet snoops, it'll look like you're in that country instead of your own. You can also access Web content limited by geographical location, such as TV networks. The trial version is fully functional, but it'… Read more
Last year, iHome came out with a higher-end iPod/iPhone audio system called the iP1 as part of its new Studio Series line. That compact system had an arresting design and good sound. Now the company is expanding the line with the iP2, which isn't quite as sexy as the iP1 but carries a lower price tag of $199.
The iP2 is equipped with the patented Bongiovi Acoustics DPS technology that the company describes as a "complex, chip-based algorithm, custom-tuned to each and every product to maximize performance and provide studio quality sound, the way the artist intended … Read more
Correction at 10:01 a.m. PDT December 7: VMSP licenses will be sold at $41,200.
How will demand for mobile technology play out in developing countries? Mike Kellett and Joe Morgan are tackling this issue as they prepare to launch their global mobile platform at CES 2010.
Although their joint venture, IP2, isn't the first company to address the need for low-cost international cellular service, it's taking a different approach. "We have a system that doesn't depend on government intervention," says Mike Kellett, co-founder of IP2, based in the U.K.
IP2 will … Read more
We thought we'd witnessed pretty much everything when it comes to iPod speakers, but here's one we never saw coming: a geisha theme.
This portable system from Lucky Brand is actually a special edition of the Sonic Impact iP2cc, most notable for its "hand-drawn Eastern landscape with floating, pop-art red lips," according to Chip Chick. The power output of the 1.5-inch drivers isn't listed, but the mini-system supposedly packs something called "Maxxbass psycho-acoustic technology," a term that always sounded a bit too Wes Craven for our comfort level.