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Winners of Pogo mobile-art contest: You drew that with a stylus?

Submissions to this year's Pogo Art Contest, which tasks creatives with drawing original work on an iPad or other iOS device, prove that the stylus can be just as mighty as the pencil or paintbrush.

By Sep. 16, 2013


Winning art created with a Pogo stylus (pictures)

More than 200 artists submitted creations to this year's Ten One Design contest. Scroll through our gallery to see some seriously sophisticated mobile masterpieces.

12 Images Sep. 16, 2013


New Pogo Connect stylus feels the pressure

With the Pogo connect, iPad artists get a new pressure sensitivity option to better match real-world pens and brushes.

By Sep. 10, 2012


Pogo Sketch Plus helps blur iPad's user-interface boundaries

Stylus products such as Ten One's latest for iOS devices aren't for everybody, but they can expand an iPad's repertoire.

By Jan. 24, 2012


Are pogo-dancing robots headed to moon?

Japan has said it envisions moonwalking humanoids by 2015, but jumping robots may be more like it.

By Dec. 20, 2010


A Pogo Stick for the 21st century

CNET contributor Katie Linendoll takes a jump on the Flybar 800 propulsion device from SBI Enterprises and discovers that it's not quite as intuitive as its precursor.

Dec. 10, 2010


Get a Polaroid PoGo pocket printer for $19.99

This fun little zero-ink printer runs on a rechargeable battery and pops out cute little color prints you can peel and stick on walls, windows, or wherever.

By Sep. 24, 2010


Get a Polaroid PoGo pocket printer for $29.99 shipped

These little gadgets aren't terribly practical, but they sure are fun--especially if you have a compatible Bluetooth phone for wireless on-the-fly printing.

By Nov. 27, 2009


PoGo Products Radio YourWay LX

Although it effectively marries an MP3 player, AM/FM radio, and a VCR, the Radio YourWay LX doesn't warrant its high price.

May. 25, 2005

2.5 stars Editors' rating May. 25, 2005

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Polaroid PoGo camera: Big, boxy, lots of fun

Despite any ongoing troubles with its parent company, Polaroid has no plans to curtail product plans for 2009.

By Jan. 12, 2009