EyeTV Mobile is a small device that connects to your mobile, almost like a freeview box. The greatest part is that there’s no need for internet connection, therefore you can watch loads of programs without eating into your data plan or waiting for a slow Wi-fi connection.
Autonomous cars gather up tons of data about the world around them, but even the best computer vision systems can’t see through brick and mortar. But by carefully monitoring the reflected light of a l
PlugBug is a 10W USB wall charger that piggybacks onto your MacBook Power Adapter, creating a totally unique, all-in-one, dual charger for MacBook + iPad or iPhone. That means you can charge your MacBook + iPad or iPhone at the same time using one wall outlet. Remarkably simple and elegantly designed, this go anywhere power pack means one less charger to carry and one less wall outlet to find. PlugBug simplifies your life in a way you never imagined.
Considering Alexa has made its way into just about every Internet-connected product, it was only a matter of time before the digital butler arrived in smart glasses. The Vuzix Blade augmented reality glasses will support Alexa so that wearers can ask for things like the weather and directions. The Vuzix Blade’s display also sits more prominently in the wearer’s field of view than Google Glass and looks much more crisp and colorful. If developers create compelling apps that blend Alexa’s capabilities and augmented reality, the Blade AR glasses could have some promising potential.
With a raft of innovative new features and enough 4K and HD recording options to make your head spin, this replacement to Panasonic’s video-popular GH4 promises to be one of the most impressive cameras of year.
Lego and robots go together like chocolate and peanut butter. In a move that’s bound to thrill kids of all ages, the Danish toymaker is offering a set of motors and programmable bricks that can work with existing Lego kits and turn them into motorized or motion-sensitive toys. Plus, its app can record voice effects to really bring your Lego Batman to life.
Stay in touch on the go with ROADSTER 2, the latest Bluetooth enabled in-car speakerphone from Motorola. The speakerphone conveniently attaches to your visor making it perfectly placed to hear and be heard when making calls in the car. ROADSTER 2 also has best-in-class noise cancellation which means your voice can be heard over the loud traffic or road noise outside.
As smartphone screens have gotten larger, they’ve become our go-to entertainment devices. But there are still many times in which you may want to watch movies or TV shows on a much larger screen when a TV isn’t nearby. That’s where the Movi smartphone comes in: The $599 Android phone includes an integrated projector that can project 720p videos.
According to our Phones, Wearables and Tablets Writer James Peckham, the best tablet on the market right now is the new iPad (2017), with its sharp 9.7-inch display, beautiful design, and A9 chip – and all for a price that isn’t going to break the bank.
Pitched as the ultimate gift for the lazy tea-drinker in your life, what tickles us is that you’ll still need a teaspoon for adding coffee, or removing the teabag. Which you’ll still need to wash up. So it’s no more time-saving than using a regular mug and giving it a stir. And that’s why we love it!
Listen to music from your smartphone, tablet or other Bluetooth-enabled device on your car stereo, without running any cables, with the RadioShack Bluetooth Cassette Adapter. Just pair this handy, cassette-shaped Bluetooth receiver with your device then pop it into your vehicle’s cassette deck to play all your favorite MP3 tunes through your car’s speakers
Garmin could leave Apple in the dust with this one. The Forerunner music watch, with storage for 500 songs, also supports GPS, Garmin Pay and has physical buttons instead of a touchscreen — which may be preferable for those on the move.
Because it’s so much quieter, it allows the wearer to continue with their day while pumping, whether that’s making work calls or heading out shopping. An accompanying smartphone app keeps track of milk volume, pumping time and past pumping sessions.
What makes it cool: This Tier 2 supplier startup has spent years mapping America’s crumbling roads, and uses cloud technology and an electronically controlled device to mitigate vibration and jolts caused by uneven road surfaces.
You can have a pair of USB heating gloves when you feel your hands freeze. However, you will wonder how about the icy feet? Don’t worry! A pair of USB heating shoes can help to keep your feet toasty while you are working near the computer under a chilled environment or in winter time.
The Spectre x360 lives a double life as a tablet and high-performance laptop. And this premium two-in-one comes equipped with some nasty specs including quad-core eighth-gen Intel Core i-series processors and your choice of Radeon RX Vega M or Nvidia GeForce MX 150 discrete graphics.
Apple’s latest smartwatch finally lets you leave your phone at home. Since it supports LTE, you can receive calls and texts on your wrist even when your phone is out of range. The third-generation Apple Watch also brings a faster processor and a new barometric altimeter for measuring activities like the numbers of stairs you climb. The Apple Watch isn’t meant to replace your phone, and just about anything you would usually use your phone for is better on a larger screen. But the freedom to leave your phone at home when you step out to walk the dog or go on a run may be just enough to persuade smartwatch skeptics that the Apple Watch is worth considering, especially for athletic types.
The story you must read before falling in love online: Constance, 60, is distraught after discovering the charming man she fell for on a dating site had stolen pictures of Steve, 46 – who’s married and gay
The Tile Sport (pictured) and appropriately stylish Tile Style comprise Tile’s recently launched Pro Series line. They feel sturdy and look more premium than the previous, almost pure white Tiles, CNET said. They beep louder, too, when you need them to pipe up, and help you find your keys. Priced at $35 each from Tile.