01. 17. 2007
"Fight fight fight! Cisco and Apple are having a fight!" is something the kids at my old high school would chant if Cisco and Apple were pupils there. If you've been paying attention to the news surrounding Apple's new iPhone, then you'll know there's a bit of a battle going on regarding the fact that Apple doesn't 't actually own the name. They should have registered it years ago! Silly Billys.
Here's another product that's slipped through Apple's trademark net. It's called iRecord, and is stunningly simple to use. Mia and I were given a demo at CES last week by a refreshingly enthusiastic rep (it's really nice when you know the person demoing is really into the product). Simply connect your TV and iPod to iRecord, then press the record button. Press it again when you're done, and have a look on your iPod. Wow! There's a recording there! Ready to be played at anytime! No computer required! Sorry, I'm beginning to sound like the rep. You can even record onto a PSP or any USB storage drive. Take a look at the demo on the iRecord site to show you how simple it is.