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Guitar Sidekick Keeps iPhone in Reach When Rocking

The axe-wielding amongst you might sometimes wonder, "how can I make tweeting while rocking easier?" The Guitar Sidekick solves that conundrum by mounting your smartphone above the nut on your guitar neck. OK, for those who have to do everything with their phones, this could be handy for tuning or referencing scales. The rest of us are just wondering where you put your cigarette....

Essential Sci-Fi Raygun Blasts onto PS3 Peripheral Scene

It's nearly impossible to exaggerate the supreme and unequivocal command that Nintendo holds over the ridiculous, abysmal and periodically awesome add-on market. The company's dominance began decades ago with 'Duck Hunt,' the Power Glove and the Roll & Rocker, and the Wii's motion controllers have only bolstered Nintendo's preeminent peripheral standing. Now that both Sony and Microsoft...

Buzzkill Wii Wings Ruin the Peripheral Party

For real? What the hell, CTA? What was once an incredibly entertaining enterprise -- discovering, trying and ridiculing absurd console peripherals -- has just become an exasperating chore. We laughed heartily at your Wii bowling ball, and eagerly anticipated the inevitable living room destruction. We chortled at the somewhat amusing Wiimote football and its possibilities for foolishness. Then,...

'Power A' Case Turns Your iPhone into a TV Remote

The peripheral marketplace offers companies a fantastic opportunity to capitalize on the success of massively popular items. As is often the case, though, those peripherals are typically lacking in the performance department. An upcoming add-on for iPhones looks like it may actually counter that trend of inadequacy. The sleek two-piece Power A case fits snugly over the iPhone, and transforms it...

'Personal Trainer: Walking' Bringing Pedometers to Nintendo DSi

Nintendo's DSi may have just launched, but if you figured your wallet would be safe from buying any other related hardware in the near future, you clearly aren't in tune with the rabid peripheral market. Our best buds over at Joystiq sat down with David Young, the assistant PR manager for Nintendo of America, in order to talk shop and get a glimpse into the DSi's future. Of note, Mr. Young...