Bugs, funny\nThis week's roundup brings you an iPhone-controlled bug you can use to creep out your little sibling, plus the usual assortment of new keyboards, stands, batteries, and speakers.\nCalibre\nThe Ultra\u2019Go Mini is a stylish backup battery that can slip into your pocket. It relies on vibration signalling to let you know how close your iPhone is to being recharged\u2014four shakes means your iOS device is completely ready to go.\n\nThe Mini comes in Metal Silver, Charcoal Black, Burgundy Red, and Titanium Grey. The company hasn\u2019t yet provided info on pricing or availability.\nDivoom\nThe $30 Bluetune-Bean is a durable, rubber Bluetooth speaker with a high-quality microphone for speakerphone calls. The Bean comes in six colors and has a carabiner so you can attach it to your bag or other equipment for up to six hours of wireless playback.\nHyper\nThe $90 HyperDrive iUSBport Mini is a wireless flash drive for iPhone and iPad. It includes built-in wireless router which creates its own wireless network to share data with nearby devices\u2014letting you stream music, photos, and perform two-way data transfers with up to eight different devices.\niHelicopters\nFirst seen by our friends at Like Cool, the $40 iPhone Controlled Bug lets you scare the heebie jeebies out of your little brother or sister by remotely controlling the bug (say, so that it crawls up into their lap). Be careful, though: That may be the last time you get to use the toy.\niWalk\nThe Executive is a $70 Bluetooth keyboard that can be used with either your iPhone or iPad. It allows for natural typing while propping up your iOS device at a better viewing angle thanks to a kickstand back. The keyboard is just half and inch thick and weighs 1.4 pounds, making it a great accessory to take on the road.\nNude Audio\nThis company is unveiling a whole line of Bluetooth wireless speakers compatible with your iOS device, including the $70 Move L bookshelf model, the heftier $70 Move M, and the $50 Move S (pictured). Some models are already available this month.\nPhotojojo\nThe $40 TriggerTrap lets you remotely shoot pictures on your DSLR camera, using your iPhone as the remote button for controlling the shot. It\u2019s particularly good, the vendor says, for taking time-lapse shots.\nSatechi\nThe $15 Portable Mini Bluetooth Speaker for Mobile Devices and Bluetooth-Enabled Computers (descriptively named in typical Satechi style) is a tiny, 2.2-ounce marvel that pumps out tunes from any wireless device\u2014iOS or computer\u2014within 32 feet. It can play for up to six hours on a single charge.\nTen One Design\nThe $30 Magnus Mini is a stand for the iPad mini that uses the tablet\u2019s magnetic edge to prop it up in landscape orientation. The rubberized surface prevents the stand from scratching or scuffing your iPad.\n \nIf you liked this slideshow, check out last week's edition: Mini me.