Anki Drive adds new cars and tracks to AI-based racing game

Anki Drive adds new cars and tracks to AI-based racing game

Anki, the slot car racing game with AI-powered toy cars, today added two new cars and two new tracks to the game, as well as a new gameplay mode.

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MagBak wall mount and grip for the iPad is a nifty accessory for just $34

MagBak wall mount and grip for the iPad is a nifty accessory for just $34

A Kickstarter fundraising project called MagBak recently surfaced consisting of a wall mount accessory and grips on either side of the device. This project has now reached double its $15,000 funding goal with three days still left.

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Renderings show USB 3.1 Type C cables that will finally be reversible

Renderings show USB 3.1 Type C cables that will finally be reversible

In December last year, the USB Promotor Group announced a new USB connector called “USB Type C” that would be symmetrical, much like Apple’s Lightning connector.

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iPhone screen protector made from bulletproof glass put to test with a gun

iPhone screen protector made from bulletproof glass put to test with a gun

Sir Lancelot’s Armor recently launched an iPhone and iPad protector made from bulletproof glass, one of the hardest materials in the world, that would help protect your device from scratches and falls. But can the bulletproof glass on the protector withstand an actual bullet?

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The future of iPad accessories is bright with newly patented ‘smart magnets’

The future of iPad accessories is bright with newly patented ‘smart magnets’

So often do we hear the word patent used in association with war, trial, court of law, infringement or attorneys of late that most people not fluent in legalese probably automatically switch off whenever seeing yet another article headlined by the infamous term.

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Lightning Cables and Other MFi Accessories may become cheaper as Apple has cut licensing fees

Lightning Cables and Other MFi Accessories may become cheaper as Apple has cut licensing fees

Last month Apple reportedly reduced the licensing costs for accessory manufacturers, which could help make Lightning cables as well as other MFi (Made for iPod/iPhone/iPad) accessories more affordable.

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SteelSeries’ Stratus is the first Bluetooth Wireless Game Controller for iOS

SteelSeries’ Stratus is the first Bluetooth Wireless Game Controller for iOS

Apple added official support for Made for iOS Game Controllers in iOS 7, but the game controllers launched till now all connect via the Lightning port. SteelSeries today launched Stratus, the first wireless game controller that connects via Bluetooth.

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Best Black Friday 2013 Deals on iPhone and iPad accessories

Best Black Friday 2013 Deals on iPhone and iPad accessories

If you’ve recently bought a new iPhone or iPad, or plan to buy one soon, then Black Friday is a great time to have a look at accessories for these devices, and get them at the cheapest prices possible. We’ve rounded up some great Black Friday deals for iPhone and iPad accessories.

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FiftyThree, developers of iPad app Paper, launch new Bluetooth stylus “Pencil”

FiftyThree, developers of iPad app Paper, launch new Bluetooth stylus “Pencil”

While Steve Jobs wasn’t a big fan of the stylus, there is a sizeable portion of iPad users who want a stylus for using the iPad as a creation device. FiftyThree, the makers of the popular iPad drawing app Paper, figured that many of their customers needed or already used a stylus, and have released their own Bluetooth stylus, which is unsurprisingly named “Pencil.”

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Logitech announces new keyboard covers and cases for iPad Air

Logitech announces new keyboard covers and cases for iPad Air

Logitech today announced four new accessories for the iPad Air, all made to complement the device’s thinner and lighter design. This includes its Ultrathin keyboard covers and folios.

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