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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.
When we talk about carbonated drinks, Pepsi and Coca-Cola do come to mind, and oral health care tends to see the name Colgate pop up frequently. Well, we are stoked to see how Colgate continues to push forward development in the realm of oral care with the release of the Smart Electric Toothbrush E1 that is available on select Apple stores as well as online via Apple.com. This is definitely a step forward as this toothbrush features artificial intelligence, enabling users to enjoy real-time feedback about their brushing habits in order to take far better care of their oral health.
We have latest gizmos that make life simpler (or just more cool) so you can focus on the important stuff: Android, iPhone, and Windows phone and tablet accessories you won’t find at the corner store, plus home automation, LED lights and USB devices, automotive tech, spy gear, camera accessories, and wireless solutions.
Premium Ora 2-in-1 Lens Kit includes a 140° Wide Angle Lens + a 10X Macro Lens – The perfect combination for capturing travel scenery, wide landscapes, detailed close-ups, and unique selfies. Macro lens gets you 10X closer to your subject for extreme close-ups. Wide Angle Lens opens up your field of view for breathtaking landscape photos or selfies. Pair with 58mm CPL filters for beautiful effects.
iPhone offers the same innovative features regardless of the wireless carrier you choose. If you choose AT&T or T-Mobile as your wireless carrier, your iPhone will use either 3G or 4G LTE cellular technology for data services and voice services. iPhone can roam internationally on many GSM carriers around the world. If you buy an iPhone with AT&T or T-Mobile, it will not work if you switch to Sprint or Verizon.
Whether you have kids who always stay past curfew or you’ve had a car stolen before, this tiny tracking device is the perfect thing for you and your family car. It doesn’t stand out and you can track everything straight from your phone! Kind of like a running app for your vehicle 🙂
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You can purchase an iPhone with the iPhone Upgrade Program even if you have an existing contract or an installment plan balance. However, you are still responsible for any existing commitments with your carrier. Corporate, business, and prepaid service plans are not eligible for the iPhone Upgrade Program.
Engineered for ultimate simplicity, Doxie just works — no special drivers needed — simply flip Doxie open, insert your paper, and hit scan. Doxie’s automatic paper feeder scans stacks of up to 8 full color pages at once at up to 600 dpi. Or, use Doxie’s direct feed slot to scan all your photos, receipts, cards, and fragile items.
It makes perfect sense in this day and age for everything else to obtain a “smart” label attached to it, and Milo is no different. In fact, Milo takes pride in being the very first combination smart speaker and home hub that boasts of Z-Wave Plus as well as the Google Assistant, now how about th…
AT&T, Sprint, T‑Mobile, and Verizon are the national wireless carriers for iPhone in the United States. Apple.com and the Apple Store sell iPhone models for use on these networks. You can also purchase an iPhone from an authorized Apple reseller.
Razor, renowned maker of scooters, has developed yet another way to test the patience of parents. The company’s new Turbo Jetts motorized heel wheels go up to 10 mph. The removable battery, which will give you 2 to 4 hours of peace while it charges, delivers about 30 minutes of motorized wheel time. The device can be adjusted to fit both kids (size 12 and up) and, when the inevitable time out is served, adults (up to adult size 12).
I got this humidifier that can attach to any water bottle and it’s the most amazing thing I’ve ever purchased. I use it during the winter when the heating system makes the air in my bedroom extremely dry at night. I’ve had it for four winters now and I love it! —mandyciampa
Still, some of the coolest tech we saw at the show were features you might see in cars in the next few years. Among the wilder automotive inventions at the Las Vegas Convention Center this year were Nissan’s mind-controlled driving, Ford’s Domino’s self-driving delivery vehicle and Honda’s Pixar-like robots.
Beam is a UK-based social business that crowdfunds employment training for homeless people. It works with homeless charities to identify individuals in a position to enter the workforce and creates online profiles for them. These provide some background about the individual along with an outline of the training and resources (which could be equipment or childcare) they need.
What it does: The Cook4Me Connect has a fabulous five cooking settings (pressure cook, steam, brown, simmer, reheat) with an app connectivity for your smartphone or tablet that lets you keep an eye on things while you’re out.
Tune out the office with the WH-1000XM2, the updated version of one of CNET’s favorite noise-cancelling wireless headphones. The site found that the gear’s already excellent noise cancelling is even better this time around. The list price is $349.99.
For those in industries involving graphics or game design, it can be a constant challenge and expense to keep hardware up-to-date. Now, the tech giant Razer might have a solution in Project Christine, a modular desktop computer that allows users to swap in new components with minimal knowledge, effort, or expense. Disc-like components such as a CPU, a GPU, a hard-drive, or a memory plug in simply to Christine’s backbone. Once connected, Project Christine automatically syncs the new module through PCI-Express — the same technology graphics cards already use. Though Project Christine was the talk of CES 2014, it is not yet available in wide release.
At CES, JVC, Kenwood, and Pioneer each unveiled wireless Android Auto compatible receivers. With wireless Android Auto support, you can hop in your car, start it up, and your phone and receiver will work as if there was a tethered connection between the two. Meaning Google Assistant, Waze, and all of your music will just be a few taps or voice commands away.