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Briefly: Multi-tool case for smartphone, Xcode server host launch

updated 11:00 am EDT, Wed October 30, 2013

IN1's new multi-tool utility smartphone case TSA compliant

IN1, a phone case manufacturer, has released a smartphone case that contains space for its accompanying set of eight tools. Its toolset includes blue and red pens, phillips screwdriver, flathead screwdriver, nail-file, tweezers, scissors, toothpick, and a kickstand for to prop the phone. Made of high grade polycarbonate, the IN1 multi-tool utility case is TSA compliant. The IN1 is currently available for iPhone 5/5S, with models for Samsung GALAXY S4 and iPhone 5 coming soon. Color options are available for both the case itself as well as the tools, with the case offered in white, black, and clear, and the tools offered in white, black, pink, green, blue and orange. Priced at $45, the IN1 multi-tool case can be purchased online.

Xcode Server launches, offers hosting for development testing

XcodeServerHosting.com, by Macminicolo, has launched its hosting service for Xcode development testing. Intended to offer companies and individuals an easily accessible server, developers and testers can reach the data center remotely, and can set it up to host one's website, e-mail, and more. Upon signing up with the service, users receive a Mac mini, data center space, and bandwidth (with a soft limit of 1000GB of data per month). Each Mac mini can be stored in a high security storage facility in Las Vegas. Xcode Server Hosting's current introductory sign-up rate is $79 per month.




by MacNN Staff

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  1. Bezoar23

    Fresh-Faced Recruit

    Joined: 02-02-13

    I got one of these. Turns out it's just a gimmick. tools are useless

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