The CTRLi from Mad Catz is one of the few Bluetooth-based Xbox 360-style controllers for iOS devices.
Part of a Kickstarter campaign, the beautifully designed Bradley wristwatch makes reading the time as easy as touching its face.
A prototype glove uses vibrating feedback and a Kinect sensor to guide wearers to items in grocery stores, libraries, warehouses, and other locations.
This gimmicky Kickstarter project is now a real product. The question is, does it really make typing on an iPad more comfortable?
A Kickstarter project aims to provide real-keyboard feel without the real keyboard.
Fans of Apple's legendary Extended II keyboard will love the Matias Tactile Pro 3.0's sculpted keys and satisfying click. Its sturdy build and laser-etched keys also ensure a long lifespan. If you get past the $150 price, the Matias Tactile Pro 3.0 makes a solid replacement for the stock Apple keyboard.
If you are an iPhone detractor due to its lack of a physical keyboard, 4iConcepts has a product for you. 4iThumbs 2 is a screen protector that adds tactile functionality for users looking to feel what they're typing.
Regardless of the reason, it's nice to get noticed by the New York Times.
Apple insider says the company is in talks with Immersion to license its haptic technology for use in the iPhone, according to a report.
Chinese site Laoyaoba claims the expected iPhone 6 will have so-called "haptics," a technology Samsung has been working into its smartphones.