In a sea of compact speakers from dozens of manufacturers, can iHome still hold its own? If the iBN26 bluetooth / NFC (near field communication) speaker is any indication, the answer is a resounding yes. iHome iBN26, $79.99 from iHome Audio. Available in black or white finish.
My very positive review of the Sol Republic “Deck” bluetooth speaker, including a demonstration of a number of unique features, including “heist” mode that lets you hook up multiple bluetooth devices simultaneously and a very nice voice interface that makes this the easiest bluetooth device to pair we’ve ever seen.
I’m frankly baffled. My new Motorola RAZR v3m is a great phone, but when I try to hook it up to my computer via bluetooth I don’t see any of the file navigation services you show in your tutorials. It appears that I’m missing some sort of feature and really want to know how to turn it on so I can grab photos off my camera directly. Any tips?
I need some help on getting ringtones on my motorola v710. when i went to the store to get some ringtones, the guy said he cant get it on my phone. he was using mobilephone tools or something. he said there was supposed to be some MUSIC tab on the program he was using. why is it?
I love my Prius. I also now love my new Moto SLVR cell phone. They both speak bluetooth, but I’m darned if I can figure out how to link the two together. Can you help me out? I realize you might not have a Prius but maybe you could sneak into a Toyota dealership and take some pictures? 🙂
Dave, I’m very excited. I just bought a brand new Motorola RAZR V3c cellphone and it’s as cool and sexy as can be, but I’m now wondering what I can do with the bluetooth capability. How do I use this thing to copy pictures up and down from my Mac to the RAZR?