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Man Built A Flying Dragon That Can Emit Fire, Costs $60,000

Man Built A Flying Dragon That Can Emit Fire, Costs $60,000

A man named Rick Hamel has built a remote-controlled flying dragon that can emanate fire from its mouth. The dragon is powered by jet aircraft fuel or kerosene and it costs $60,000.

By On March 31, 2014 Respond
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Kyosho Released $80 Priced Crash-proof Toy Helicopter

Kyosho Released $80 Priced Crash-proof Toy Helicopter

The bitter truth of a toy helicopter is it gets broken when it crashes on the floor. But Kyosho Corp has developed such a toy helicopter that won’t break when crashed during landing. This crash-proof toy helicopter is called “Space Ball.” Don’t worry about its price. It’s in your budget. Details inside.

By On October 23, 2012 Respond
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iHelicopters Released Two iPhone-Controlled Insects

iHelicopters Released Two iPhone-Controlled Insects

You might know that iHelicopters is the makers of the first iPhone controlled helicopters and RC cars. Recently the company has made two new “insects”. These two insects can be controlled via iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. The company has released this iDevice-controlled insects in the market. Customers can get it at $40.

By On October 10, 2012 Respond
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Japanese Robotic Dog Choose iPhone To Show Its Face And Performance

Japanese Robotic Dog Choose iPhone To Show Its Face And Performance

Robotic pets are a kind of kid stuff. Sony launched the AIBO robotic dog few years ago. People couldn’t afford that because that was a little bit costly. But, Japan’s new robotic dog decides to reveal its outlook and activities through most popular iPhone. The world’s third largest toy manufacturer Bandai has implemented this innovative crazy idea through iPhone. The robot dog can show its face with over 100 different facial animations. It’s really entertaining.

By On March 28, 2012 Respond
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Force Flyer Accelerometer-Controlled RC Helicopter

Force Flyer Accelerometer-Controlled RC Helicopter

Waving your hands and controlling something, isn’t that cool? Seems like be a temporary Magician. In fact, this could lead you to the center point of all. This chance of being a magician, you could get at the Regal Elite booth on the floor at Toy Fair. The company was showing off the Force Flyer, an RC helicopter. This helicopter can be totally controlled by you with an accelerometer-equipped glove.

By On February 15, 2012 Respond
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Disney Appmates Mobile Application Toys

Disney Appmates Mobile Application Toys

An upcoming line of toys from Disney is about to take the iPad’s multi-touch display to a whole other level, named Disney Appmates, will be a series of interactive games that use the iPad’s display to enhance the experience of playing with physical toys and characters from the Cars 2 movie will be sold with an accompanying App Store app. The app will be offered up as a free download through iTunes and the cars will run $20 for a two-pack, he different toys unlock different features. The toys will be made available in October through Apple and Disney Stores and other retailers……………….

By On September 28, 2011 Respond
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Desk Pets TankBot With Android And iOS Support

Desk Pets TankBot With Android And iOS Support

Exhibited during Toy Fair 2011 in New York, Desk Pets’ TankBot has joined the likes of the HELO TC, Sphere and AR Drone in the growing ranks of smartphone-controlled gizmos and the US$25 bot has individually powered tiny tank-tracks and infrared sensors for free-roaming and maze solving modes. Remote control works using a dongle that plugs into the smartphone’s headphone jack along with the free iOS 4.2 and Android compatible app and the ange is quite limited though, offering up to 3m (9.8ft) and the remote must be pointed toward the front black screen of the Tankbot to work properly. A single 40-minute charge allows the toy to operate for 15 minutes and it has headlights for eyes that flash when the toy is idle………………

By On September 23, 2011 1 Response
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Sifteo Cubes Becoming Available For U.S. And Canadian Users

Sifteo Cubes Becoming Available For U.S. And Canadian Users

Sifteo Inc today announced the upcoming general availability of its Sifteo cubes to U.S. and Canadian customers. Sifteo Cubes up for pre-order by the end of today, ship out in September. You’ll receive a triplet of the oh-so-cute Cubes, a charging hub and a 2.4 Ghz wireless USB adapter for connectivity, as well as transferring Sifteo store apps purchased on your computer. It was briefly available to early adopters in January for $99.99, and now $149.99 gets everyone in on some good times. Checkout more details bellow in the press release.

By On August 11, 2011 Respond
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San Diego Comic-Con Announcement: Popular “Cut the Rope” Game Coming To Comics

San Diego Comic-Con Announcement: Popular “Cut the Rope” Game Coming To Comics

ZeptoLab announced something pretty cool at Comic-con, Cut the Rope’s little green candy muncher Om Nom is getting his own digital comic and is the newer of the two apps and has sold a bunch of copies and also it is one of the most downloaded games ever. Cut the Rope has its sights firmly trained on Angry Bird’s king of apps crown and looking to build an entire product infrastructure around the app…………

By On July 23, 2011 Respond
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Griffin Helo TC iOS Helicopter!!!

Griffin Helo TC iOS Helicopter!!!

Griffin’s latest AppPowered Helo TC indoor-heli lets users play pilot via an iOS app offering onscreen Touch-to-Fly or accelerometer based Tilt-to-Fly controls and with half-hour’s charge, you’ll be airborne for about eight minutes and can initiate one of three programmable flight paths. You’ll need to hook up a four-AAA packing IR sled to your iDevice for signal and this helicopter equipped for night flights with five LEDs, you’ll find extra rotors if you ever need to ditch into the linoleum……………..

By On July 15, 2011 Respond
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LeapFrog LeapPad Explorer Tablet

LeapFrog LeapPad Explorer Tablet

Educational toy maker LeapFrog is jumping into the tablet market and scrambling to stay relevant by introducing a tablet for children called the LeapPad, which is a 5-inch tablet will feature a camera, a video recorder, 2 GB of storage, a touch screen and big buttons designed for little hands. LeapPad doesn’t run any of today’s popular tablet operating systems, but the proprietary OS lets kids play educational games and applications, videos and ebooks and also accepts cartridges designed for the Leapster Explorer. LeapFrog will start accepting pre-orders this June 29 and will be released on Aug. 15 for $100………..

By On June 30, 2011 11 Responses
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Wearable LEGO Minifig Helmet

Wearable LEGO Minifig Helmet

Lego іѕ perhaps thе greatest οf аƖƖ geek toys еνеr invented. Designer Jonathan Robson has designed something that is Lego, but is not made from Lego bricks, which is more than a bit strange sounding. He says that the comics helped him to learn to read so he set about creating something for kids today that would make them want to learn to read.

By On April 26, 2011 Respond
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Hasbro My3D ViewMasters

Hasbro My3D ViewMasters

Hasbro unveiled a cool 3D holder that looks a lot like the old View-Master from my youth a while back and the updated version is called the MY3D.My3D promise to bring a new experience to your Apple devices and this thing has a door that you put the iPhone or iPod touch into and also […]

By On April 2, 2011 Respond
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Microsoft App Creates 3D Models From Cellphone Pics

Microsoft App Creates 3D Models From Cellphone Pics

Microsoft has created a latest app that can create a 3D model out of a series of cellphone camera photographs. This new trick developed by Microsoft’s Interactive Visual Media Group.

By On March 25, 2011 Respond
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Sega Wappy Dog With Nintendo DS

Sega Wappy Dog With Nintendo DS

There is a new happy toe tapping robotic puppy in town and it’s Wappy Dog. Wappy Dog is the latest innovation from Sega Toys and along with Activision will be releasing a new robotic dog along with a video game for the Nintendo DS. Wappy Dog dogbot with Nintendo DS game will be showed at Toy Fair 2011……

By On February 22, 2011 Respond
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