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CES: Bluetooth Singing in the Shower

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Senior consumer reporter and “Deal of Day” columnist Kelli B. Grant travels to Las Vegas to find the best, the worst, and the most hyped gadgets at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show. Join her as she roams the exhibit floor for three days, with dispatches here and on Twitter @kellibgrant.

Last year, visitors to the booth for iDevices — a catch-all term for products that work with smartphones and other gadgets — were introduced to a cool device called the iGrill, which uses Bluetooth to connect a smartphone to a grill thermometer, with app controls to monitor the pinkness of your meat.

So when we heard that the company would be introducing something called iShower this year, naturally we assumed it would be a remote control for shower temperature and flow. Right? Unfortunately, no.

The iShower is a waterproof speaker that can be mounted in the shower or packed for the beach. It uses Bluetooth to stream music from a computer, stereo or other nearby source within 200 feet. (It’s also waterproofed or, presumably, similarly Liquipel-ed.) Experts say wireless, waterproof speakers aren’t anything particularly new, but the iShower does offer somewhat more control over your playlist with back and skip buttons.

The device will be available on March 31 for $100, but consumers yearning for the ability to pre-program and remote control their shower have a longer wait ahead. A spokesman says more home automation and remote control technology is in development.

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      Btw the problem about rebooting is now solve by reinstalling. Now I have been testing 3d lately and find that theres probably isnt one so i want to ask
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      Re: Ooops WE did it again! Gingerbread Alpha2 available
      by nGm@ze » 23 Jan 2011 09:38
      Btw the problem about rebooting is now solve by reinstalling. Now I have been testing 3d lately and find that theres probably isnt one so i want to ask when can we expect a 3d driver to be released? It would be nice to test out the 3d performance of gingerbread too. And btw is there a way that I could install the default gingerbread theme back because i kind of hate the samsung theme personally would be nice if someone could release an apk or something to get the original gingerbread theme back with the green icons on the top bar instead of blue ones. I know this is a alpha and i shouldnt expect much but yea is possible then i would like to try it out.Thanks in advanced
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      Re: Ooops WE did it again! Gingerbread Alpha2 available
      by muziling » 23 Jan 2011 12:32
      tested 2 days, it’s great, but no root , can not backup and restore appliction configure. some application can not remember configure because it can’t access configure directory(/data/data/xxxxxx)
      My Device: HTC Touch Pro 2(CDMA)/RHOD400
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      Re: Ooops WE did it again! Gingerbread Alpha2 available
      by Great_Day » 23 Jan 2011 13:57
      nGm@ze wrote:Btw the problem about rebooting is now solve by reinstalling. Now I have been testing 3d lately and find that theres probably isnt one so i want to ask when can we expect a 3d driver to be released? It would be nice to test out the 3d performance of gingerbread too. And btw is there a way that I could install the default gingerbread theme back because i kind of hate the samsung theme personally would be nice if someone could release an apk or something to get the original gingerbread theme back with the green icons on the top bar instead of blue ones. I know this is a alpha and i shouldnt expect much but yea is possible then i would like to try it out.Thanks in advancedThe Gingerbread theme in android, I suppose. Did you try to search on android market. I think it will be there. ( I hope for you)Great_Day
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      Re: Ooops WE did it again! Gingerbread Alpha2 available
      by bhavmit » 25 Jan 2011 06:56
      Hi Neopeek,I tested Gingerbread on my Topaz and it works like a charm. Keep up the good work. Also when are you coming out with the next release of Gingerbread???? Waiting for the same eagerly.Thanks
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      Re: Ooops WE did it again! Gingerbread Alpha2 available
      by midnight » 25 Jan 2011 15:03
      bhavmit wrote:Hi Neopeek,I tested Gingerbread on my Topaz and it works like a charm. Keep up the good work. Also when are you coming out with the next release of Gingerbread???? Waiting for the same eagerly.ThanksNeopeek is working on cyanogen mod 7(based on gingerbread)it’s quietly hard to make it work since it’s not been made for g1,but i think when he’ll get a nice result he’ll notice us
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      Keyboard on Gingerbread Alpha 2 not working
      by rpk925 » 27 Jan 2011 14:52
      hi i have downloaded the gingerbread alpha 2 release. i installed it and first realized that the keyboard only comes uo about 1/4 inch from the bottom of the screen, you can sorf of see the tops of some of the keyboard, but deffinelty not fuctionable. So i downloaded another one from the market, installed and the exact same thing, has anyone else had this problem and if so how id you fix it, thanks.
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      Re: Keyboard on Gingerbread Alpha 2 not working
      by nGm@ze » 28 Jan 2011 05:02
      rpk925 wrote:hi i have downloaded the gingerbread alpha 2 release. i installed it and first realized that the keyboard only comes uo about 1/4 inch from the bottom of the screen, you can sorf of see the tops of some of the keyboard, but deffinelty not fuctionable. So i downloaded another one from the market, installed and the exact same thing, has anyone else had this problem and if so how id you fix it, thanks.I had encountered this too when I was trying the on screen keyboard but then I found a keyboard identical to the one in gingerbread but in a more usable form. I heard that keyboard was ported from gingerbread. You can go to the Market at look up ‘Gingerbread Keyboard’.
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      Re: Ooops WE did it again! Gingerbread Alpha2 available
      by nGm@ze » 28 Jan 2011 05:04
      Great_Day wrote:nGm@ze wrote:Btw the problem about rebooting is now solve by reinstalling. Now I have been testing 3d lately and find that theres probably isnt one so i want to ask when can we expect a 3d driver to be released? It would be nice to test out the 3d performance of gingerbread too. And btw is there a way that I could install the default gingerbread theme back because i kind of hate the samsung theme personally would be nice if someone could release an apk or something to get the original gingerbread theme back with the green icons on the top bar instead of blue ones. I know this is a alpha and i shouldnt expect much but yea is possible then i would like to try it out.Thanks in advancedThe Gingerbread theme in android, I suppose. Did you try to search on android market. I think it will be there. ( I hope for you)Great_DayUnfortunately I was unable to find any files regarding to the system theme on the market so I might as well wait and hope it will use the default theme for the next release or if someone will be kind enough to post a apk.
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      Re: Ooops WE did it again! Gingerbread Alpha2 available
      by Great_Day » 28 Jan 2011 15:11
      nGm@ze wrote:Great_Day wrote:nGm@ze wrote:Btw the problem about rebooting is now solve by reinstalling. Now I have been testing 3d lately and find that theres probably isnt one so i want to ask when can we expect a 3d driver to be released? It would be nice to test out the 3d performance of gingerbread too. And btw is there a way that I could install the default gingerbread theme back because i kind of hate the samsung theme personally would be nice if someone could release an apk or something to get the original gingerbread theme back with the green icons on the top bar instead of blue ones. I know this is a alpha and i shouldnt expect much but yea is possible then i would like to try it out.Thanks in advancedThe Gingerbread theme in android, I suppose. Did you try to search on android market. I think it will be there. ( I hope for you)Great_DayUnfortunately I was unable to find any files regarding to the system theme on the market so I might as well wait and hope it will use the default theme for the next release or if someone will be kind enough to post a apk.I knew I have seen something like that somewhere on the forum, Take a look here: viewtopic.php?f=15$t=5347I think that this is what you are looking for, isn’t it?
      "What we do for ourselves dies with us. What we do for others and the world, remains and is immortal." by Mason Albert PikeIf you have problems with Android, feel free to create a new topic in the forum.My device: LG Optimus 2x SpeedROM: Stock
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      Re: GPS
      by fshami » 30 Jan 2011 04:12
      Any one got GPS working on Gingerbread?
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      Re: Ooops WE did it again! Gingerbread Alpha2 available
      by neopeek » 30 Jan 2011 11:36
      A new update will come up within the next 36hours. I will see what I can do as time is rare but it will come…
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      Re: Ooops WE did it again! Gingerbread Alpha2 available
      by Bean » 30 Jan 2011 13:37
      Just entered the forum, installed Gingerbread Alpha2 on HTC Touch Diamond2 (topaz):* Syncing my device with Exchange, GMail – working for me… but can confirm the Gmail "loop" bug.* WLAN working for me (all newer kernels)* Market, Internet, Calls working for me* BT not working (all tested kernals)When my device is not sleeping: Gingerbread is working smooth, stable $ fast. Several browser windows open in addition to almost all apps I have… tried to crash my device, but wasn’t successfull – great job, many thanks to neopeek! When my device goes to sleep mode (tested with pm.sleep_mode=2 and pm.sleep_mode=1) it’s difficult (almost impossible) to wake it up. Sleep mode 1 seems to work better than 2 (wasn’t able to wake up my device at all).I tried several kernel:* 1253 (display flickering during boot, device died after going to sleep)* Glemsons : htc-msm-linux @ 20101204_010857,htc-msm-linux @ 20101204_005141, htc-msm-linux @ 20101124_215731, the …731 kernel seems to be the most stable kernel of this series… anyhow my device died after a few hours in sleep mode. I was able to call my device, but it did not react… not ring tone, no display. Wasn’t able to re-boot Gingerbread again… had to format/partition my SD-card, lost everything.* In one of the previous posts ‘Great_Day’ suggested zImage-2.6.27.46-01245-gd9d77f2 $ modules-2.6.27.46-01245-gd9d77f2.tar.gz, this is what I am trying now. After install 2-3 re-boots with this kernel just after going to sleep, now it seems to be stable for at least half an hour. But still, it’s almost impossible to wake up my device using the keys/touchscreen. I just called my device to wake it up.Will the Gmail loop problem solved in Alpha3?Any ideas related to my "wake up" problem? Is it kernel-related? Something I can do in my startup.txt? Easy to fix in Aplha3? So many questions, sorry… any help would be appreciated, thanks.Device: HTC Touch Diamond2 (topaz)Kernal/Modules: The tested ones above… still trying (zImage-2.6.27.46-01245-gd9d77f2) at the moment)pm.sleep_mode=1
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      Re: Ooops WE did it again! Gingerbread Alpha2 available
      by nGm@ze » 31 Jan 2011 04:01
      I knew I have seen something like that somewhere on the forum, Take a look here: viewtopic.php?f=15$t=5347I think that this is what you are looking for, isn’t it?Yea, but unfortunately this build doesn’t have root access so I can’t install it. Maybe, if possible if neopeek adds this for the next version or include the default gingerbread theme which I personally prefer to give the original gingerbread taste. I’m sure most other people will prefer this too. I know I shouldn’t expect so much, so guess I will just have to patiently wait for the upcoming update.Thanks in advanced,
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      Re: Ooops WE did it again! Gingerbread Alpha2 available
      by swap_101982 » 31 Jan 2011 14:37
      Hi,I have installed this ROM it is really nice.When i plugged in USB it is not showing that phone is charging.I am not able to see my SD Card in My Computer.There is no File manager.Thanks,Swapnil HTC Touch Dimond
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      Re: Ooops WE did it again! Gingerbread Alpha2 available
      by Great_Day » 31 Jan 2011 15:34
      nGm@ze wrote:I knew I have seen something like that somewhere on the forum, Take a look here: viewtopic.php?f=15$t=5347I think that this is what you are looking for, isn’t it?Yea, but unfortunately this build doesn’t have root access so I can’t install it. Maybe, if possible if neopeek adds this for the next version or include the default gingerbread theme which I personally prefer to give the original gingerbread taste. I’m sure most other people will prefer this too. I know I shouldn’t expect so much, so guess I will just have to patiently wait for the upcoming update.Thanks in advanced,Install Astro manager( I thougt it was named by that) then you have root acces.
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      Re: Ooops WE did it again! Gingerbread Alpha2 available
      by neopeek » 31 Jan 2011 16:11
      FYI: promised update has been delayed. eeds much more time to fix some things than I thought earlier. So stay tuned. i will inform you about the process….
      Peek into your future: Will it change you or will you change it?I am bombarded with PM’s! Post your questions on the forum please! I am sure that you will be answered…
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      Re: Ooops WE did it again! Gingerbread Alpha2 available
      by midnight » 31 Jan 2011 16:16
      neopeek wrote:FYI: promised update has been delayed. eeds much more time to fix some things than I thought earlier. So stay tuned. i will inform you about the process….Take your time,if you need help,i’m hereA small question,is it based on cm7 or it’s still aosp?
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      Re: Ooops WE did it again! Gingerbread Alpha2 available
      by Bean » 01 Feb 2011 13:25
      A follow up to my previous post: Kernel zImage-2.6.27.46-01245-gd9d77f2 runs almost stable on my Topaz with Gingerbread Alpha2. 11hours stand by with a few calls in between, Gmail/Exchange Email/Calender/Contacts checks $ sync and still 60% battery left, wow – never had this before.If I loose my GSM connection for some time (driving in the car), later when GSM is available again my device has problems to sync my Gmail/Exchange accounts again (not always, but sometimes). My mobile shows a 3G connection, browsing is very fast, but as soon I try to sync Gmail/Exchange I get the message that the servers can’t be connected. If I switch to a WLAN-connection for a few seconds and stop it immediately, my device has no problems to sync via 3G again… strange. (I think that this error was already reported in one of the previous posts)A seldom "reboot" of my device occurs direct after a call when my device is going to stand by mode… strange, device should only sync in this time, nothing else to do. Never had a reboot/crash when I am using it.Will the Gmail "loop"-bug be fixed in the next release? Can’t wait for Alpha3 or Beta… Thanks!Device: HTC Touch Diamond2 (topaz)Kernal/Modules: zImage-2.6.27.46-01245-gd9d77f2 and modulespm.sleep_mode=1
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      Re: Ooops WE did it again! Gingerbread Alpha2 available
      by neopeek » 08 Feb 2011 23:37
      For your interest:Have been focusing on Gingerbread again last hours. Code: Select allThis info should be merged in 1st post as mind-note:Tried to figure out what stinebd did on his last commits to rootfs. Of course I could have been simply asking him but found it out myself now! Seems like he unpacked boot.img from Dream / Sapphire kernel and implemented init-related thingies accordingly. That’s what I think cause I did the same now on my local machine and it seems to fit 99,99%Have to do some testing now on my own. Let’s see where I will land this eagle now!Do you smell what the neopeek is cooking?
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      by gjvdheuvel » 09 Feb 2011 13:12
      Let’s see where I will land this eagle now!I tried it, and loved it, switched to FRX04 for a little bit more stability and can’t wait until the eagle is landing :-) Gingerbread is best !Thanks a million Neo!
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