Wireless protocols like Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, RF, Z-Wave, and NFC have made our lives a little more cable-free, but we're not clear of the tangles just yet. Odds are your desk is still covered in power and sync cables for laptops, smartphones, and tablets. And while Griffin's new Guide doesn't eliminate them, it can…
Maybe you were unaware that your fitness tracker needed any accessories, but Griffin just launched a new line of these called Ribbon that are basically hair ties that cover your gym-friendly arm candy. Like a beer cozy for your Fitbit!
Despite their generally overwhelming combat prowess, many large US naval vessels remain vulnerable to small, fast-moving speedboats. But with the latest iteration of Raytheon's multi-role precision missile, that won't be a problem for much longer.
A trip to the toy store is supposed to be about finding gifts for all the kids on your Christmas list, but we all know at least one grownup who's considered an adult in age only. So here are some perfect ideas for anyone who still professes to be a kid at heart, even if they're old enough to be paying off a mortgage.
Griffin isn't the first out the door with an RC toy that uses your iPhone as a remote control. But it is the first company to come up with some compelling ways to use the iPhone's touchscreen for more than just steering. Its new Moto TC Rally car is packed with sensors that detect crashes and impacts affecting how…
Laugh if you will at the absurdity of a dock that can charge and store ten different devices, but if you stop and actually count how many things you need to plug in every night, it stops being so absurd. By now most households have at least a few smartphones, gaming devices, and a couple of tablets. And with an…
There's finally a good reason not to feel complete and utter resentment towards the flight crew that made you fold and lock your seat tray up. Griffin's Skyview is a universal hands-free adapter designed to hold everything from a Galaxy S4 to an iPad Mini using the locking mechanism of most tray tables as a mount.
Drivers stuck with just an FM radio in their rides can now access Harman's Aha streaming content through Griffin's iTrip Auto transmitter. The service, which includes over 30,000 stations covering everything from music, to news, to audiobooks, has typically only been available in new vehicles or aftermarket in-dash…
If your bedside table has become an unmanageable menagerie of phones, tablets, and other devices charging overnight, Griffin wants to bring order to your chaos of cables. The company's new PowerDock 5 charging station has a footprint no larger than an iPad, but can accomodate up to five tablets, or a mix of devices,…
Children are drawn to the iPad like flies to honey, but children are also notoriously bad at taking care of their toys. And if the thought of a young'n bashing away at your tablet's display with a pen leaves you anxious, Griffin's got you covered with a glowing stylus that lets them draw in mid-air.
Griffin has just announced the first third-party Lightning cables to become available on the market, giving you an alternative to official Apple products when it comes to charging and syncing your new iOS device.
This isn't for your commuter friend who looks at a car wondering if it'll provide comfort while idling in traffic. This is for the friend who considers the drive from San Francisco to Portland a jaunt. Don't try to appease them with a silly, tree-shaped air freshener. Instead, give them the tools needed to do timed…
Since the idea of jamming humorous facial features into a non-descript vegetable turned out to be one of the most popular toys of all time. Griffin must've figured the same thing could happen with their new customizable Faces cases for the iPod Touch. Unfortunately, lightning rarely strikes twice.
You thought you were pretty awesome in grade school when you'd pull your laser pointer out of your TMNT pencil case and pretended to use it like a pen. Admit it, you did. I did. Well yeah, Griffin's Stylus + Pen + Laser Pointer makes that thing look like an outmoded unitasker.
Remotes are stupid. Stupid stupid and/or stupid expensive. So why bother dealing with stupidity when you already have the perfect device to control your system: an iPhone. See, smartphones are not stupid. With the Griffin Beacon, you can control everything with your phone.
GarageBand on the iPad is pretty great, but it's kind of hard—and really unwieldy—to cram all of the necessary controls onto an iPad screen. Griffin's new StompBox foot controller for iOS makes things easier.
Costing a damn sight less than the $300 Parrot AR Drone, Griffin's Helo TC helicopter can be flown by an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch using a free compatible app.
DJing on an iPad is an interesting, if gimmicky, concept. But unless you're just using an iPad as a MIDI controller, simultaneously outputting sound while cueing up the next track isn't possible. Except now it is.