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Logitech's new Rechargeable Speaker Dock for Apple iPod Players

Logitech's new Rechargeable Speaker Dock for Apple iPod Players

Logitech Rechargeable Speaker S715i - Logitech

(Best Syndication News) - Logitech (SIX: LOGN) (NASDAQ: LOGI) unveiled their S715i Rechargeable Speaker for the Apple iPod and the Apple iPhone. The portable speakers will last around eight hours on the rechargeable batteries. You can take the speakers with you and you don't have to worry about buying batteries to use the unit.

The Logitech Rechargeable Speaker S715i has two three-inch laser-tuned neodymium drivers, two half-inch neodymium tweeters, and four two-inch passive radiators to deliver a wide range of sounds. The portable rechargeable speakers for the iPod MP3 player also comes with a wireless remote control that will let you turn on the power, adjust the volume, play music, pause the player, shuffle the play-list, skip a song, or repeat the song again. There is a travel case that comes with it with spots to put the remote and power adapter.

Free Apple 8GB iPod Touch Player when you Buy a Mac Computer

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[Best Syndication News] Apple announced the new sales promotion which they will give a free Apple iPod with the purchase of a Mac computer system. The sale runs from May 25th through September 7, 2010. The promotion is for those that are either a college student, faculty or staff member at a school, or any grade level student who can qualify for the Apple education pricing.

These are the Apple Mac Computers included in the Free iPod Touch Rebate Promotion:

  • MacBook from $949
  • MacBook Pro from $1,099
  • MacBook Air from $1,399
  • iMac from $1,139
  • You can find out if you qualify for the Free 8GB iPod Touch and Mac Computer purchase by visiting the online Apple Store for Education. These are the steps recommended by Apple to get your free 8GB iPod Touch with your purchase.

    Free iPhone App to find Lowest Gas Prices and Locations from AAA

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    [Best Syndication News] AAA has released a free iPhone App called TripTik that will tell mobile phone users where the gas stations are located and the lowest prices. The mobile iphone TripTik app is also a GPS mapping application that helps people with driving directions, finding gas stations and pricing, and also finding food and hotels in the vicinity. The free iPhone app will be most helpful to help find the lowest price for gas and at the same time get to a gas station before you run out of fuel. Altogether the TripTik mobile iPhone app will be a valuable travel assistant.

    The cost of gas has gone up on average of 55 cents per gallon more than the same time last year, and saving on refueling your vehicle can add up to a large savings. AAA's free gas price and location app for the Apple iPhone helps save the money. The summer months are when many families travel by car on their vacation. This gas finder mobile phone app can help people when they are on the road. It can be difficult to navigate unfamiliar territory, and finding a gas station can sometimes be very stressful.

    Apple Store Products Push Sales Past Expectations

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    (Best Syndication News) They may not have invented the MP3 player, the smartphone or the tablet, but the marketing geniuses at Apple know how to capitalize on technology. Apple profits surge after the company sold 8.8 million iPhones during the first quarter ending March 27th.

    Marketing Genuiuses

    They also sold 11 million iPods last quarter and Steve Jobs says there will be new innovated products later this year. Many analysts expect a new version of the iPhone soon. The company would have been much different had it limited itself to computers and software.

    Apple Headphone Replacement Program for iPod Shuffle

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    [Best Syndication News] Apple announced that they will be replacing certain Apple Headphones with a remote for the iPod shuffle third generation because of intermittently working. They will replace the defective headphones free of charge for the headphones that were included with the iPod shuffle, 3rd generation. The headsets and earbuds were made from approximately February 2009 through February 2010.

    They will send a replacement for the defective headphones for two years from the date of purchase.

    The problems being reported are:

  • Controls not responding or are intermittent.
  • There is an unexpected volume change.
  • There is a random playing of voice feedback sounds.
  • To learm more about the Apple Headphone and earbud replacement program please visit the manufacturers website at: http://www.apple.com/support/headphones/replacementprogram/

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