Live streaming video has officially come to the iPhone, and we take a hands on look at the Qik Live app – along with reviews of Outside, Coolibah, and Momento. And on the hardware front, we review three new iPhone and iPod batteries including a cradle and a pair of charging bricks that double as portable batteries.
And because one can never have enough good music on hand, we also talk with the lead singer of hot new band Hockey, indie sensation Noush Skaugen gives us a sneak peek at her upcoming album (you’ll hear much more from her later), M.J. Rhythm introduces himself, and we present a classic interview with Richard Patrick of Filter.
Keep an eye on iProng.com all this week, as we’ll be posting live from CES 2010 in Las Vegas, bringing you all the top new iPhone and iPod related products and more. And yes, the Flaming Lips will be in the house for our January 12th issue.
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