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Sphero 2.0 review: A ball of fun

When my Sphero arrived, I was eager to rip open the box and immediately start whizzing around my apartment with it. The app-controlled robotic ball, first launched in 2012 and second-generation Sphero 2.0, reviewed here, unveiled in 2013, has seen a lot of press since its debut and I couldn’t wait. On receiving it, I was surprised by how well it was…

iFrogz Caliber Advantage physical gamepad for iPhone 5 – Hands On and Demo Video [CU Exposed 2013]

Possibly Definitely my favorite product of the entire CU Exposed show on Tuesday, March 19. The iFrogz Caliber Advantage is the first gamepad of its kind for the iPhone 5. It’s unique in that the company has partnered with both EA Sports and Epic Games, two of the biggest game makers for iOS, to bring console-like gameplay to your iPhone. The Caliber…

TiP Daily: Jan 2, 2013 [VID]

TiP Daily Jan 2, 2013: An analyst predicts multiple versions of an iPhone 5S to hit store shelves this spring, wearable iWatches probably won’t launch before 2014, and more! – Hybrid controller for iPhone 5: http://tinyurl.com/bzwdkz3 – No iWatch before 2014: http://tinyurl.com/b7eardy – June iPhone 5S launch: http://tinyurl.com/bxczmaa -…

Jake’s holiday top 5

It’s officially the holiday season, so to get in the spirit I thought I’d share the iOS gadgets and accessories topping my Christmas list this year! Check out my list below and then let me know in the comments or on twitter what your iOS wish list consists of this year. You can check out Bryce’s holiday top 5 here, and happy holidays!! 1. iHome iA91…

Bryce’s holiday top 5

With the holidays rolling around and Cyber Monday (Black Friday’s younger sibling) nearly upon us, you shoppers out there have a tough job to do. Not only do you have to find great deals, but you also have to sift through thousands of gadgets to find the right ones for your friends and family. So, I thought I would help you out with this little gadget…

iControlPad shipping next week!

Gamers rejoice! iControlPad for iPhone and iPod Touch is set to be shipped in the next week. Talk of this particular games controller for smartphones has been ongoing for quite a while now, and for a long time it seemed this day would never come. The controller works via bluetooth, with clamps on the side to keep it attached to your iDevice. The…

Check it out, gamers: Joysticks for your iPad

Ten One Design has a new innovation that should thrill any iOS gamers in the reading audience – a small, removable gaming joystick for the iPad! The big overriding question with this product, called Fling, is this: How in the world does this thing work? Capacitive touchscreens usually need an actual fingerpress to function properly. But if anyone can…

Cam’s iPad gift wish list

The days are growing shorter, colder and darker, that can only mean one thing: Christmas is on its way. So, with Santa due to be forcing his way down my chimney in a month’s time, I thought I’d write up a list of Apple iPad related products that I want, or wish that I could have. It’s a pretty realistic list, so there’s no time travel apps, or universe…

Hasbro’s My3D will change the way you look at your iPhone 4

Hasbro, one of the leading toy manufacturers has announced plans to start producing the My3D iDevice accessory. The product resembles a pair of binoculars with a slot at the end in which to place your iPhone or iPod Touch. Unfortunately, for those who may have planned to get one by the time Santa arrives, it won’t be available until next spring, costing…