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Ford's Sync infotainment platform may not be helping/distracting all that many drivers just yet, but Keyspan isn't ignoring those early adopters out there, with it now introducing what may well be the first accessory for the platform. That distinction, as you might expect, goes to the company's ne

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October 9, 2007 at 8:46PM
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They certainly took their time doing it, but the folks at Keyspan have finally churned out a follow-up to their original USB Server, offering much of the same and one notable improvement with their new USB 2.0 Server. The big advantage here, as the name suggests, is the server's new USB 2.0 interfa

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It's taken over a year, but Keyspan has finally got around to updating its somewhat restrictive TuneView remote. The new flavor (which oddly keeps the exact same name) now works with Apple's AirPort Express, Xitel's Hi-Fi Link, and \"other products that connect audio output from a PC-based music ser

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Hey, mundane PowerPoint presenters need to interact with their tunes from afar too, right? Apparently, Keyspan sure thinks so, as its Presentation Remote Pro not only provides a 100-foot range to flip through slides, but it also plays nice with Apple's Keynote software, sports audio controls, and p

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It seems like everyone and their sister is coming out with Skype-compatible phones these days. And taking a page out of the handheld barcode scanner design playbook, Keyspan wants a piece of the VoIP pie too. Its new $79 model, imaginatively called the \"Cordless VoIP Phone\", has 15 hours of talk tim

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