With the help of its companion apps, the tStylus can copy and transfer drawings or images from one screen to another. Apparently the devices don’t need to be paired in any way, but the recipient has to be an iOS device.
Unlike armbands, you strap the GoCuff to your wrist, so you can still see and interact with your media player while you’re on the go. You can still use your device’s touchscreen through GoCuff’s window. Available in three sizes.
A shutter remote control for mobile devices. Shuttr makes it easier to take photos and videos, from group shots to selfies. It works with iOS 5+ and Android 4.1+ devices that have Bluetooth 3.0.
An enhanced LED flash that plugs into the 3.5mm audio port of Android and iOS devices. It has four LEDs and a rechargeable battery that lasts up to 1,000 flashes per charge. It can also be used as a steady light source.
A home security device controlled via an iOS or Android app. Canary can not only display and record videos, it can also track motion, temperature, humidity and air quality. It also has a night vision mode, a speaker and a siren.
(NSFW: Language) We like to keep a cool head, but some pesky garden bugs could really use some termination with extreme prejudice. Like many awesome gadgets however, the tiny but mean UH-60 is obviously too good to be true.
This aluminum iPhone case has a substantial camera-like grip, while adding a rotating set of lenses for fish eye, wide angle, telephoto and macro shots. Also adds a tripod mount. Choose from silver, red, purple, blue, or black.