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Rivet's New Stereo Headset Lanyard Provides Premium Sound for Multimedia Phones (Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance)
SAN DIEGO----June 12, 2006--Rivet International, the leading developer of attachment systems for personal mobile devices and accessories, today introduced the Rivet HARMONY Stereo Headset Lanyard, giving consumers superior audio performance as multimedia phones increasingly serve as primary portable music devices.
Hang on to your mobile player (San Jose Mercury News)
Looking for a gift for that graduate in your life? Those who like to stay wired to their mobile music player might like the Rivet Rhythm earphone lanyard. Designed for small music players that you would rather wear around your neck than carry or put in your pocket, the Rhythm earphone lanyard has superior earphones connected to an adjustable neck lanyard. The micro clip on the lanyard attaches to
National Grid Competitor Selling Energy Door-to-Door (News Channel 9 Syracuse)
One of National Grids aggressive competitors, I.D.T. Energy is hitting the streets of Syracuse on a door-to-door sales blitz. The companys sales associates want you to start buying electricity and natural gas from them instead of National Grid. You can learn more about I.D.T. Energy by clicking here to visit the Public Service Commission's website.
Tech Review: Griffin TuneBuds for iPod Nano (Blogcritics.org)
Lanyards for the iPod Nano make me look stupid. This may or may not be the case with you but it's fair to say the look isn't for everyone. Wearing the Nano out there for all to see makes me feel like people are looking at me and judging my music collection. What if they can seen my secret collection of vintage Madonna or my unhealthy fascination with all things BadBoy? My image of being on
News briefs from Southern California (The Daily Comet)
A virulent bacteria that has baffled medical officials worldwide has shown up in Ventura County. Clostridium difficile, also known as "C-difficile" or "C-diff," has been around for at least 70 years and is usually found in older, hospitalized patients.