updated 07:30 pm EDT, Mon June 18, 2012
RealMYST opens for exploration on iOS, iPad 2 or later
The classic point-and-click adventure game by Cyan Worlds is available on the iPad 2 and greater. RealMYST allows realtime exploration of the Myst world popularized in the early '90s. The iPad version boasts all the original Myst ages, plus the bonus Rime Age, full retina display support, and an interactive hint guide built into the game. RealMYST is available now in the App Store for the introductory price of $7, a $3 discount over the regular price.
Infinitech micro-computer boosted to 1GB RAM
The as-yet-unreleased HDMI plug-and-play microcomputer-on-a-stick Pocket TV is being upgraded to 1GB. Currently a fully-funded Kickstarter project, the Android 4.0-powered computer will plug into an available HDMI port on a HD television, allowing full Google Play access over a home 802.11n wireless connection. Input is provided by the RF remote included, an optional Air Remote with full QWERTY keyboard, or USB peripherals. Kickstarter prices begin at $110, with retail expected for $160 or more in October.
Prices slashed on LiveViewGPS vehicle tracking products
GPS tracking experts LiveViewGPS has slashed its prices by 30 to 40 percent on the entire line of Live Trac tracker products. The G-5 and G-5 pro units have been reduced to $239 from $349. Fleet management tracker RTV-10 now retails for $349 versus a previous price of $599. LiveViewGPS products are designed for either covert or overt surveillance of a vehicle, depending on model.