Berlin based nova media today unveiled iCON 461, a new 3G internet stick for Mac OS X made by the Belgium company Option. The new iCON 461 USB modem offers download speeds up to 7.2 Mbit/s and upload speeds up to 5.76 Mbit/s for most 3G networks around the globe. The modem features an integrated GPS chip as well as a MicroSD card slot to double as a USB memory stick. iCON 461 comes with launch2net Premium for Mac OS X, a connection manager.
California based XVision today introduces DataMan for iPad with 3G 1.0. DataMan for iPad is a powerful and precise app to monitor and manage your data usage in real time, closely tracking your data activities in the background, giving you daily, weekly and monthly usage statistics. It’s also the only app that warns you in real-time when you exceed your custom usage thresholds. Plus, it geotags your data activities and works with all carriers. You always get up-to-date usage statistics.
UK based EuroSmartz today announces PrintCentral 1.5 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. PrintCentral boasts major enhancements to take advantage of 3G iPads and enables anyone to print remotely back to their office or home printer from anywhere via 3G/EDGE. The 3G printing capability in PrintCentral is completely seamless for the device owners to use. After a speedy set-up, choose a printer, tap “Print” and the app takes care of the rest.
ALK Technologies today announced Copilot Live HD has been submitted to the App Store and will be available for the iPad 3G shortly. Copilot Live HD is the hi-resolution edition of the award-winning CoPilot Live GPS navigation app. It unites full-featured, turn-by-turn voice navigation with sensational hi-resolution graphics for the ultimate in-car navigation experience on the Apple iPad 3G.