Take a peek at what intrepid explorer/hacker/developer/generally awesome dude by the name of Carsten has done with an official Android toy, the same kind we've got our eyes on today because of their second-series announcement.
It was merely a year ago when the folks at DYZPlastic put out their first series of officially licensed Android toys, all of them designed by a dude named Andrew Bell, a guy also known as "Monsters in My Head." This time around
As I begin this review, I gotta say that I can't be very non-biased about this whole situation, as it's almost impossible to resist such a cute little man like this, especially when he's built on the bones of our favorite little
Well would you look at that? It was bound to happen eventually, and this isn't the first time it's ever happened, but finally there are some super cute knock-off Android toys we can have walking along our desktops. In contrast
Hooray for more toys! It's always fun when a brand becomes big enough to spill over into other media, especially when it starts as something as complex as electronics and moves over to something as simple as collectable toys.
You might be aware that a few days ago some students from the University of California teamed up with Google Engineers to send a Nexus S into space. What you might not know is there's super cute video to go with - and what went
Let me give you a bit of background on this whole situation. First, there was an official Android mini collectable toy, then a Vampire edition, then a DIY edition. Then there was a mini set of blind-boxed toys as well as a
As you might already know, DYZPlastic is the only place in the world where you can find the official collaboration with Google, Inc. to create high quality cute little plastic toys. They've made a blind box mini set where you can
The first thing that came to my mind when I saw these was OMG, I have got to get at least one if not all of these. I happen to love the Angry Birds game like most people and happen to play it on my iPad, so I was ecstatic when I
After we saw yesterday that Walgreens would sell the Maylong M-150, Toys 'R' Us has decided to sell the Elonex e Touch Android tablet for £90. The price will convert to around $120-$130 depending on the current exchange rate.