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Control all kind of electronics with USB2Go

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USB2Go is small, open source development board that connects external electronics with Android smartphones through micro USB port. The developers’ idea was to create a device, which is connected to the phone without the use of wireless technologies and any additional power source to reduce size, costs and complexity. Both amateur and professional users can create all sorts of gadgets in order to control the electronics in their house or just build tech toys.

Review: Griffin Helo TC Assault Helicopter

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So recently I got asked to review the HELO TC helicopter and I have played with it for a good while and I honestly realy like it! You have to understand when you use this you are flying a helicopter so you have to have to be somewhat precise with the controls but it takes a minute to get used to it then you are away to fly around your room.

[Press] Wanderplayer - The ultimate mobile controller for browser games

wanderplayerThe Orthogonal Labs team announced the release of WanderPlayer - game controller. The Wanderplayer beta was launched in October 2011 with hundreds of free browser games, and this release is the culmination of months of user feedback.

WanderPlayer broke ground by being the first controller of its type to not only offer traditional gamepad play, but also support Wii style control, & tilt control (for racing games and sims).

Control your Android phone over wifi from your desktop

For those who spend a lot of time looking at a computer, and can't be bothered to look at their phone very often, Sand Studio has introduced AirDroid, an app that allows users to control their Android Phone from a computer via WiFi.

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Remotix 2.4.0 for Android includes SSH tunneling support

Nulana announces the release of Remotix 2.4.0, an update to their fast and feature-packed remote desktop application for Android. Thanks to Remotix, Android users can connect to their PCs and Macs running Windows, Linux, Mac OS X and manage the remote desktop the way they used to do it on an actual computer.

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