Posted by Press Releases | Feb 02, 2011 | Comments 0
San Francisco, California – In 2006 Bay Area sculptor Adam Reeder announced his creation of sculptures combining Greek Gods and iPods. The bronze editions were extremely limited. The price of the sculptures made them impossible for hordes of Mac fans and iPod lovers. Adam finally created two 7 inch bronzes to add to the body of work. The two new bronzes depict Pan dancing and singing to his iPod, and Atlas holding up a giant iPod.
Posted by Press Releases | Nov 05, 2010 | Comments 0
Colorado Springs, Colorado – Pi’ikea St. LLC today announced the launch of a coloring contest at Color For iPods. The premise is simple: color for a chance to win an iPod touch. Pi’ikea Street is the maker of the award winning Interactive Alphabet app for iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. Interactive Alphabet was recently named iLounge’s Best Kids iPad app of the year.
Posted by Press Releases | May 18, 2010 | Comments 0
Portland, Oregon – Finding the most competitive prices on new and used textbooks and ebooks is now just a ‘touch’ away. Book$Price, a new, free iPhone application developed by Direct Textbook, a leading textbook comparison site, is now available for download. The application facilitates the search of more than 200 online bookstores for price, availability and more.
Posted by Mary Ann Neder | Aug 12, 2009 | Comments 3
If you had twenty iPhones/iPods and wanted to sync them all but only had one iTunes library, that would take forever, right? Well, not necessarily. For those who have money to burn, the PARASYNC charges and synchronizes content to 20 devices from one iTunes library. The size of a sheet of paper, the PARASYNC was specifically designed for users deploying large quantities of devices in schools, universities, museums, training/service centers and resorts. But why stop there? You can have one too for a mere $980.