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iSkin Cerulean F1

If you already own a Bluetooth-capable music device and like the headset-like design, the iSkin Cerulean F1 is an OK choice for cutting the cord between you and your player. However, the cost of the headphones plus the necessary transmitter add-on for the iPod is prohibitive, considering the unimpressive audio quality.

By June 1, 2007

3 stars Editors' rating June 1, 2007

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iSkin Cerulean TX+RX

The iSkin Cerulean TX + RX is a two-in-one package deal that provides a Bluetooth transmitter and a receiver and is good for all your wireless music needs.

By May 31, 2007

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iSkin Cerulean TX/RX: True wireless iPod speaker docking

iSkin's Cerulean TX/RX lets you transmit your iPod's contents to a speaker system, completely wirelessly. For £90 it could be a very attractive option for you wire-haters

By November 8, 2007


Trillian IM: Apple's sitting on our iPhone app

According to Trillian IM maker Cerulean Studios, Apple has been sitting on a submission for the Trillian multinetwork iPhone app for 60 days without giving a yay or nay.

By October 13, 2009


First look at iSkin's Cerulean iPod adapter

Bluetooth addition lets you control your music from across the room.

By January 10, 2007


Four vulnerabilities affect two IM apps

Both Cerulean Studios and IBM release updated versions to patch the flaws.

By May 22, 2008


Trillian critical security update released

"Highly critical" flaw patched in Cerulean Studios' multi-protocol chat software, which supports several popular IM services.

By June 19, 2007


Trillian connects with Yahoo yet again

Cerulean Studios' popular instant-messaging software releases a new patch that should allow its users to regain connectivity with Yahoo Messenger.

By October 9, 2003


Trillian reconnects with Yahoo

Cerulean Studios releases a software patch that will let a version of its Trillian IM service communicate with Yahoo Messenger.

By September 29, 2003


Trillian plugs back into Yahoo, MSN

Cerulean Studios has released new software patches that will allow its popular Trillian client to support MSN and Yahoo's instant messaging services, its co-founder says.

By September 18, 2003