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Briefly: DEVONagent updates, iLuv Lightning charging cables
Thursday, November 15, 2012 @ 3:01pm

DEVONagent, a search tool that lets users create custom web searches, has been updated with a number of improved default search sets, plug-ins, and scanners. The Pro version has also received the option to perform alternate searches with common search engines, and then download and analyze any results. Both Pro and Express releases also included minor bug fixes and improvements and can be purchased both online and through the Mac App Store for $50 and $5 respectively.



iLuv outs new Lighting charging cables iLuv has announced two new charging cables designed for Apple's Lighting pin connector. Both the EnergySeal Micro-Size Car Charger and Premium Coiled Charge/Sync Cable feature six foot long coiled cords that are tangle-resistant. The car adapter has also been designed in such a way that it should be compatible with most car DC jack orientations and locations. Pricing and availability information is yet to be released, but is expected to be announced soon.

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