Tag: itrip

TUAW Holiday Giveaway-tacular Part One: the active iPodder

For the next 5 days we're giving away a bunch of stuff from our friends at Dr. Bott. Check back each day for a new chance to win a bundle of goodies, each with a theme. Today the theme is "the active iPodder," or all those folks you see running with their iPods strapped to their arms. So we're in...

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Griffin iTrips legalized in the UK

Rejoice, British motorists! No longer will you need to cower when you spot police while listening to your iPod through an iTrip. The once illegal activity of using FM wavelengths to listen to your music on your car stereo is illegal no more, thanks to impending relaxation of a decades old law. The ...

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Griffin announces iTrip Auto Universal

Those folks at Griffin Technology never sleep. This week, they announced the pending availability of the iTrip Auto Universal. Why "universal?" Because it will work with any portable music player that has a 3.5mm audio out port, and doesn't require a dock connector. Once you've connected the device ...

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Griffin iTrips to be legalized in Ireland

Legalize it! That's what a number of Irish iPod owners have been hoping would happen, and it just may come to pass by the end of the year, according to BreakingNews.ie. Up until now, the small FM transmitters by Griffin technology that allow for the wireless broadcast of music stored on an iPod over...

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Report: iPods stealing radio listeners

When I read this article at Podcasting News, I immediately saw myself. The very first iPod accessory I really fell in love with was my original iTrip FM transmitter, which I bought a couple of years ago. I have since replaced it with a RoadTrip, but one thing remains the same: It comes with me each ...

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Griffin's iTrip comes to Switzerland

Griffin Technology's iTrip FM transmitter for the iPod is now available in Switzerland. According to Griffin, "Recent changes in Swiss law have opened the door to broadcast in Switzerland over the FM radio spectrum (87.9 - 107.9)." Until recently, Swiss law has strictly regulated devices t...

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Mac mini with integrated iTrip

No, you haven't missed a joint announcement from Apple and Griffin. However, you might have missed this post on Make which links to ZapWizard's Flickr set detailing how he put a Mac mini, with accompanying LCD screen and mouse/keyboard, into his car. I know, there have been tons of stories like this...

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Griffin ships iTrip for iPod nano

Griffin Technology announced the new iTrip for the iPod nano a couple of months ago. The good news is that it's now shipping. This baby is billed as the most advanced iTrip ever. The new design is sled-like to avoid bulking up the profile of your iPod nano. You just slide your iPod nano into the iT...

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iPod plus iTrip = FM payment system?

Ok I realize innovation is great and all, but innovation with a purpose is even better. Unfortunately, this new "iPod-based payment system" that Engadget found doesn't quite seem to reach the "hey I'd use that!" mark. Ingenico, a French company, has devised a way of embedding pay...

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Griffin ships iTrip Auto

The new iTrip Auto from Griffin Technologies is both an FM transmitter and charger that works with all iPods with a dock connector, from the nano to the new 5G iPod. It features a backlit LCD display for easy searching and status. From the website:"iTrip Auto brings with it all the innovations ...

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Griffin updates the iTrip

The Griffin iTrip is an FM transmitter for the iPod. I've been using one for about a year now, and while I like it, I've felt that there's certainly room for improvement. Today's update looks like it makes some very nice changes, including the issues that have bothered me the most.First of all, the ...

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