If you're a chronic misplacer of small items — or, Fek'lhr forbid, larger ones, too — then you've got some options, including keyrings that light up or make noise. Want a more robust option? The Cobra Tag uses Bluetooth, GPS and an app to form a little smartphone-and-key support network.
I love my iPhone, but when it comes to composing anything longer than a tweet, I often wish I could have my BlackBerry back. This mini wireless keyboard lets you add the functionality of some actual real buttons, to any phone with a crappy virtual touchscreen keyboard.
You know what would make this TV remote perfect? About a hundred more buttons, that's what. What's that you say? It has a hundred more buttons? Sign me up!
A few months a go, ThinkGeek lit the iPhone world on fire with its flip-out keyboard for the iPhone. It's a nice keyboard attachment, but it doesn't exactly mesh with the iPhone 4's slick glass design. The BoxWave Keyboard Buddy gives your iPhone a touch of Droid in the looks department.
Jawbone is known for their sexy Bluetooth headsets (well, as sexy as those things can get). But their newest product certainly won't clip to your ear. It's the Jambox, and it's a portable speaker and speakerphone.
Have you found it difficult to get used to the iPhone's touchscreen keyboard? Do you long for a physical keyboard with real buttons you can feel with your fingers? Well, this new iPhone case features a flip-out keyboard, giving you what you've been aching for for so long.
iPad cases have pretty much sucked — until now. Kensington's new case has a handy built-in Bluetooth QWERTY keypad. Instead of lugging around Apple's external keyboard, the Kensington KeyFolio ($100, October) creates the netbook Apple never made.
There have been several attempts, in concept and reality, at replicating the Dick Tracy wristphone. The technology to make one has been around for a while, so why are we only now seeing this Atomic9 wristband speakerphone? Simple: it's not a very good idea.
Parrot's AR Drone — a small remote-control helicopter with four rotors — first got the world's attention back in January. While remote-control flying vehicles are certainly a dime a dozen, this one had a novel feature: control via your iPhone. Recently I finally got a chance to try it myself.
TokyoFlash's latest LED timepiece innovation called the Kisai Escape C Bluetooth Receiver packs so many useful features into a stylish amulet that the device transcends style and actually threatens to be useful....