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Unleash Your iPod’s Full Potential with Podmaxx Gold

Do you want to

  1. Copy music from any iPod
  2. Copy DVD Movies to your iPod
  3. Create ringtones from any MP3 or CD
  4. Protect your valuable music collection from disaster
  5. View daily news, weather, email and more on your iPod

Podmaxx GoldIf you have answered yes to any of these, then PodMaxx Gold is what you need. With this amazing piece of software, you can truly unleash your iPod’s potential to its fullest.

Here are some of Podmaxx’s capabilities. Rip any of your DVDs to your iPod. This sure comes handy during long flights or long waits or boring lectures. Select any tunes from your iPod library and turn them into ringtones for your cellphones. Sync your emails and contacts to your iPod.

Talk about mobility. The Podmaxx will certainly increases your iPod’s usage for $39.99 available from Bling Software.

Podmaxx Gold supports the following iPod models:

  • iPod Mini 4GB & 6GB
  • 10, 20 & 60 GB iPods
  • iPod Nano

Laptop Theft Recovery – Orbicule Undercover

Laptop LockStatistics in 2004 for United States shows that more than 600,000 laptop thefts occurred, totaling an estimated $720 million in losses and an estimated $5.4 billion in theft of proprietary information. That’s the good news. The bad news is, 97% of the stolen laptops were never recovered.

I cannot imagine the pain that will hit me if my iBook or PowerBook was stolen. Now, with Orbicule’s software product called Undercover, I can at least have the assurance that my iBook stand a higher chance of being recovered if stolen.

Here’s how Undercover works: Read the rest of this entry »

Record Audio Via Your iPod

Besides listening to the iPod all the time, you can use your iPod to records stuffs as well. A friend of mine had a conversation about recording over the iPod and he was very adamant (or should I say stubborn) that the iPod is built for listening and not for recording. Talk about love for an iPod.

Griffin iTalk iPod Voice RecorderThere are 2 ways that you can get started recording. Firstly (the easiest way), get yourself a Griffin iTalk, iPod Voice Recorder ($39.99) and start recording audio sounds. with these devices you do not have to install anything else. When you plug the iTalk into your iPod’s headphone jack, your iPod will immediately go into voice-recording mode.

The other way (FREE!!) of getting your iPod to record is using a software called podzilla. Do note that not all iPods can be installed with podzilla as you will be required to boot into your iPod’s linux. With the podzilla, you can then use a normal microphone and record away.

Armed with a recording iPod, you can now record your lectures, voice memos or the chirp of a bird. If you are contemplating signing up for the American Idol contest, you can even sing into your iPod and listen to yourself after that. There will be no stopping you from practising, anywhere. You’ll never know, with a $40 addition to your iPod, you’re on your way to be the next American Idol winner!!