So what else is new and cool in the amazing world of high technology? Boy, I’m here to tell ya…
It’s hard to believe that a four-bladed toy helicopter with onboard TV camera that you can just fly around or use to play games on the Internet could get better. But Parrot, the French wireless technology developer with its North American headquarters in Southfield, has done just that with the Parrot AR.rone 2.0.
At CES Unveiled, the Consumer Electronics Show’s annual curtain-raiser for the press, there was plenty of Michigan presence.
A crowd of gadget fans got the latest lowdown on the tech toys that will be hot for the holidays at the year’s final Last Thursdays Unwired at Lawrence Technological University.
GLITR has put together a demonstration of the latest in cool wireless phones, tablets, Internet radios and assorted other tech toys for your inspection the morning of Nov. 17 at Lawrence Technological University.
I got a first-hand demonstration of the Parrot Internet car radio Tuesday at the WWJ radio ranch, and let me tell you, slick doesn’t begin to cover it.
Parrot, the French technology company with its North American automotive headquarters in Southfield, has launched the Parrot Asteroid, a new generation of car receiver combining advanced hands-free telephony with, for the first time, access to Web services.
Why did the man shake the parrot?
Notes on Matt’s trip to CES, from the technology on display to the hotels on the Strip
Parrot, the French electronics firm with North American operations in Southfield, Thursday announced AR.Pursuit, a game in augmented reality that takes advantage of the exceptional technical and flight capabilities of the Parrot AR.Drone. Available at […]