Valve reveals its very own controller -- with two circular trackpads -- joining the company's new operating system and custom hardware prototypes announced earlier this week.
Oral-B, Smart Kapp, Cobi, and student Kenneth Shinozuka enter the 2015 winners circle for their unique approaches to Bluetooth-compatible products and services.
The Cobi connected bicycle system aims to bring connected car smarts and safety into the bike lane.
Users can pop their iOS 7-based device into the controller and then lock it into place, creating a more traditional controller.
Company tells CNET that a right thumbstick add-on will be released, though details about the attachment itself are currently undisclosed.
The addition is reportedly shown off in the latest issue of Japanese gaming magazine Famitsu.
The game company might also try to boost its ailing portable business by offering a new device next year.
With a slew of iPhone game controllers on the horizon alongside iOS 7, CNET's rounded down some of the top games that would just play better with a real controller.
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The new game device will come with a 4.88-inch display on top and a 4.18-inch screen on the bottom. Wait, what? It's bigger, but there's just one thumbstick?