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BluClik remote helps keep hands on wheel, not phone

Control your digital media in the car without fumbling with your phone thanks to iSimple's Bluetooth remote.

By April 29, 2014


iSimple BluClik Bluetooth remote control

The iSimple BluClik is an easy way enhance safety and keep hands on the wheel by adding simple media controls to vehicles without standard steering wheel buttons.

By May 9, 2014

3.5 stars Editors' rating May 9, 2014

Clik: The future of remotes, in an alternate reality

A new consumer electronics remote control technology gives smartphone users the fastest possible way to pair their smartphone with a media device.

By February 16, 2012


Clik makes smart TVs dumb

Clik CEO Ted Livingston demos a new platform technology uses a smartphone as channel guide and remote control.

By February 15, 2012


Startup Secret 52: Be pound wise and penny foolish

You can play the lottery and hope your cool tech company gets acquired, or you can dig in and actually devise a plan for making money.

By March 28, 2012


Q&A: MacFixIt Answers

MacFixIt Answers is a weekly feature in which we answer questions e-mailed in by our readers. We welcome alternative approaches and views from readers and encourage you to post your own suggestions in the comments.

By March 10, 2011


Buzz Out Loud 699: The smell of pong

Episode 699, in which we coin a new phrase, "swang pong." You figure it out. Also, video on Flickr and bad news about promotional CDs (and goblins).

By April 9, 2008


Camera makers unveil new media format

Photo giants Olympus and Fuji Photo Film announce a new removable media format despite analyst concerns that camera buyers already have to deal with too many storage choices.

By July 30, 2002


Iomega takes Clik drive on the road

Iomega comes out with a Clik storage device in a design that can be used easily with portable computers.

By June 2, 1999


PocketZip to bulk up

Iomega is increasing the capacity of its PocketZip technology from 40MB to 100MB. Drives and disks will be available in the third quarter. PocketZip, formerly known as Clik, is removable storage meant for digital audio, video and imaging devices. The Iomega MP3 player HipZip uses PocketZip, for example. The 100MB disks will cost $10 each and are meant to compete with solid-state memory cards, which are more expensive but can be used in a larger variety of devices.

By March 9, 2001