The folks from Acoustic Gadgets sent me a ClipSee to review. It's a handfree speakerphone for the iPhone that clips onto your
seat belt and you slide your iPhone 4 or 5--with case--into. It makes your
iPhone sound louder in the car by directing the sound from the phone up towards
your ear. It also makes you, when using your phone to make calls, sound
better positioning the iPhone in an optimal position so you can easily be
I like the principle on which this device operates and the fact it works
without you having to take your phone out of its case. I like that it's
easy to get your phone in and out, yet it remains reasonably secure in
the ClipSee. The one downside, which is noted in the provided documentation:
you can't charge your phone at the same time.
Other than that, it does exactly what it says on the tin and is excellently
priced (about $20 on Amazon).
What is the difference between unlawful and illegal and how does that relate to Net Neutrality? Quite a lot, actually. While I briefly cover it here, No Agenda Episode 651 covers this topic in more detail.
Long ago, when I didn't work for Check Point Software, this site used to be a well-visited FAQ site on the Check Point firewall products. Nowadays, I sit in my virtual office and write about what I'm interested in, which includes: computers, telecom, VoIP Service, mobile phones, and many other forms of shiny gadgets.
Some other projects I'm doing include: PhoneBoy's Security Theater, where I discuss computer and network security-related topics, and PhoneBoy Speaks, a daily podcast where I discuss whatever technology and security issues are on my mind.