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Zagg Boost Speaker Runs On ‘Magic’

Zagg’s new Boost speaker, sold under the iFrogz brand, appears to amplify music using nothing but magic. Just place your iPhone (or any other device with a speaker) on top and it will boost the sound. No wires, no Bluetooth, no nothing. The music just issues forth from a pair of 2-watt speakers. So how [...] Related Stories Another iOS 5 Security Flaw Allows Anyone To Access Your Camera Ro
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