Engadget's Josh Topolsky shows off the iPhone controlled AR.Drone on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.
We reported already many times about the hottest iPhone and iPadaccessory on the market. The Parrot AR.Drone is a is a quadricopter piloted with an iPhone, iPod touch or an iPad that carries two cameras that deliver live video feed onto your iPhone. Engadget's Josh Topolsky was guest again on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon just hours ago showing off the Parrot AR.Drone.
Jimmy Fallon attacked the AR.Drone with a paper ball. The AR.Drone was briefly down but then flew several counter attacks. Watch the whole pretty funny scene on video below.The Parrot AR.Drone is on sale on Amazon for $299.99.
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Sammy Watkins Owns Up to Poor Week 3 Performance
Buffalo Bills rookie wide receiver Sammy Watkins caught for just 19 yards in his team's 22-10 loss to the San Diego Chargers on Sept. 21. He owned up to it, telling ESPN he took a play off on their final drive of the game.
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