Want to use your iPhone or iPad to control devices around your house? Apple aims to make it easier through the new HomeKit software platform.
The iHome iDM8 is distinctly designed, affordably priced, compact Bluetooth speaker.
iHome's upcoming iDM5 is an "executive space saver" that has a built-in Bluetooth keyboard, speakers, and speakerphone. It works with the iPad and Android tablets.
iHome's upcoming pedestal-style Bluetooth speaker has 16 multicolor LED clusters that create "exciting light effects."
"The size of the worldwide Android audience and lack of current speaker options gives us a significant opportunity to introduce our products to a new group of consumers," says Evan Stein, iHome's director of marketing.
iHome's followup to its iW1 AirPlay speaker is about 25 percent smaller and $100 less.
iHome's iDM11 doesn't sound quite as good as the Jawbone Jambox, but it's a better value at less than $70.
iHome's new portable Bluetooth speakers, the $59.99 iDM8 and $69.99 iDM11, are now available for purchase.
David Carnoy swings by the iHome booth for some work with the iHome iDM5, and some play with the iHome iP4.
iHome has re-imagined the boombox with its new iP4, a portable iPod/iPhone stereo system that comes in hot pink or dark gray.