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Novak NovaGear Android

Novak says hello Moto… err… Android…

Novak has finally come to their senses and put their NovaGear App on the Android platform.  It’s the same thing as the iPhone/iPod/iPad version, so you can expect all the same features but now on a  phone that is actually capable of NOT dropping calls (HA! TAKE THAT IPHONE FANBOYS & BRIAN!). For the unaware in the group, the NovaGear app [...]

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Team Associated RC Cheat Sheets App

And here’s another App

So what is this “iPhone” thing everybody is talking about?  And why does everybody want to create an “app” for it?  Team Associated is also jumping on the “bandwagon” with their recently released “RC Cheat Sheets” “app”.  With this app you can keep track of “vehicle setups”.  It’s useful for electric and “nitro powered” off-road, on-road, oval, “and” pan car [...]

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Speed Passion RC Car A1 HD App

Speed Passion mobile app finally available on Android device…

Speed Passion has finally released their popular R/C Car A1 app for Android mobile phones.  The iPhone version of the app, which was released some time ago has also received an update to fix some bugs and spelling issues. Just to refresh your memory, this app provides you with all kinds of tools, such as a lap timer/stop watch, gear ratio [...]

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DirtChamp Designs bringing the Tech

DirtChamp Design, known for their high tech and affordable IR transponder system, the TimeR, is bringing some more cool tech to their lap counting system.  Their LapR software that is used in conjunction with the TimeR is getting an update to include newly developed voice functionality so that your computer will speechify your lap times.  DCD has also announced a [...]

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speed passion revetton esc

Speed Passion Revetton, programmable by iPhone

This is probably the coolest new tech from the IHobby show this year.  Speed Passion is preparing a new brushless ESC called the Revetton.  The awesome thing about it is that it is programmable wirelessly from any Bluetooth capable smart phone.  All the major phones will have software available including the iPhone (and other iOS devices), Android phones, and Windows [...]

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