You probably know that the next generation of devices will be cordless, but if Parrot has its way, it will also be noiseless, wireless, and capable of putting you into an audio-loving coma.
Some people live in their home, and others maintain control of a world outside it. Specifically their backyard and the outdoors. If you know someone like that, here are a few top choices.
Drones are used for all sorts of things — photography, product delivery, military, farming, and so on — but if you just want a flying or driving robot to play with, Parrot looks to have you sorted.
Last year’s release of the Zik 2.0 headphones found Parrot coming up with a new design for its user modifiable headphones that made the headphones smaller, but an even more pint-size pair could be out this year, too.
The green thumb in your family will have a new reason to geek it up this year, as Parrot’s Flower Power is joined by two newbies to monitor your veggie patch.
Often considered the hardest bracket to buy for, kids don't often have a specific focus, but want lots of stuff, so if you have kids, try these ideas.
Maybe you’re thinking more along the lines of a new pair of headphones or a lovely new TV for presents this year. It could be a gift for the family, or maybe even for you — hey, we won’t judge! If this is what you’re thinking, we have some ideas.
Photography is one of those things people love but rarely say it out loud. You'll know the person because they love black & white or love colour images, and print them out, and talk about cameras forever, and maybe they've been giving you a hint for the past few months that a new camera is just what they wanted.
Taking photos can be fun, but you don’t always have the height. And then there’s the whole “drone” thing, and if you’re keen to get some air time, you’ll now be able to take some high res shots while you’re at it.
Musicians rarely get an influence on how headphones interpret their music, but a new pair from Parrot could fix that on an album by album basis.
French company Parrot started to change the home entertainment world when it made a remote control helicopter you could control with a phone or tablet. This year, it could do it again with two additions.
New thinking, clever ideas and smart engineering all contribute to the creation of a cool product. These brilliant must-haves win Golden Shirt trophies in our Coolest Gadget category.
Those of you with a green thumb might wonder why technology seems to improve everything around us except the growth of plants, and why there isn't "an app for that" when it comes to tracking your garden. Well hold on, because it looks like that time has finally arrived.
Active noise cancelling technology hasn't really been something you find in full-size wireless headphones, but French innovators Parrot hope to change that with a new pair of cans aimed at cutting the background noise out of any situation.
When Parrot launched the RC quad-copter in 2010, we fell in love. Who doesn't want to control a flying machine using their touchscreen smartphone? Over at CES, the French company is making the Drone even better, adding new features to the ultra cool toy.
The French company Parrot - responsible for Philippe Starck's WiFi and Bluetooth speakers - has been innovating again, this time with a world first: a car radio that runs on Google's Android operating system.