Oct20 | 2012
categories: In The News, New, Stuff We Love, Uncategorized | tags: , , , , ,

Monsters and Lightning and Woogie (Oh my.)

A Quick Look at the Week That Was.

Seems like every year that goes by, we find ourselves busier and busier as October rolls around.  In case you missed it, here’s what kept us busy last week.

MOTO TC Monster Goes Live

Our newest addition to the TC family of AppPowered vehicles you control with your iOS device, MOTO TC Monster tore its way out of the warehouse on into the webstore shelves.  Not for the faint-of-heart, MOTO TC Monster finally gives you something to do with that iPhone besides make calls or chop fruit.  Get your own in the web store.

And don’t forget to check out the free stuff we’re offering to support the launch, including a soundtrack that falls somewhere between “righteous” and “eXxtreme” and free downloadables for you to print off, cut out, set up then destroy with your new MOTO TC.

 

Lightning Accessories Mailing List Sign-Up

The blogs are alive with the sounds of Lightning.  Or, rather, Apple’s announcement of a tech summit in China the first week in November in order for manufacturers to learn whatever they can about Cupertino’s tiny new connector.  No dates yet, but as soon as we know something, you can know what we know, you know?  Hit the link here to sign up on the list.

 

They Like Us.  They Really, Really Like Us.

HuffPo shared some love for the miCoach armband we developed for adidas.  Front page no less.  Thanks!

 

It’s Woogie’s world.  We just live here.

Our crazy popular Woogie stuffed creature/iPod touch case just landed with a whole new way to play.  Download the free app from the App Store and take your Woogie on amazing adventures, play games, tell jokes and lots more.  Recommend for kids ages 3-8, but the games inside are enough to keep any kid satisfied.  Fact is, we’ve been playing with it non-stop and the Bubble Popping game will kick your butt in the later stages.  Woogie is an online exclusive, find it in the webstore.

 

Get the good stuff.

There are all sorts of ways to keep up with what we’re up to including a not-too-terribly frequent mailing list, Facebook, Twitter, Google +, and YouTube.  We’d love to have you join us on any of these channels.

Thanks for reading and see you next week.   ^WebW

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