Can Lazer Tag be made even better with an iPhone or iPod Touch snapped on as a HUD? We give Hasbro's new iOS-compatible Lazer Tag Blasters a spin in a 10-person office game.
An Apple patent application shows it's planning on letting you tag and sort through your photos just by speaking.
Fancy a Lazer Tag gun with an iPod Touch HUD mounted on it? How about a glow-in-the-dark football that works with wearable light-up goggles? Or, board games that use the iPad as an accessory?
What's with the price? The phone, which runs on the old-generation Android 2.2, comes with a steel, 18-carat rose gold- or titanium-finished case.
What to do when there's no official Instagram app from Facebook? A new app called 6Tag aims to fill the bill, and it's catching on.
Amid rumours of the iPad 2, iPhone 5 and even the iPad 3, there's now speculation that Apple could be working on a cheaper, smaller version of its flagship smartphone: an iPhone nano.
If you are texting groups of people often and have a difficult time finding the conversations, use this trick to tag your texts, making them easy to access later.
Thanks to HD Guru, we have pricing for Panasonic's upcoming 1-inch thick Z1 plasma. The 54-inch TC-P54Z1 will list for $6,000 when it arrives this spring.
Microsoft spends billions of dollars each year on research and development, but it spent only $50 on its new Tag application--the price of a Starbucks gift card.
Innovative new tag uses Tag Reader app and your iPhone's camera to get information to you quickly and easily.