Drones are everywhere these days, with many used as remote control quad-copters that may as well be called the next generation toy, but what if you want to get some video work done?
Can’t work out how you’re churning through electricity at home? There may be a gadget worth checking out.
We don’t cover shoes very often here, and generally when we do, it’s because someone has packed a computer into one. Converse hasn’t done that, however, and has instead made a very basic change, and one that uses a neato new material.
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.
Now that so many of us have replaced the camera with a smartphone, our little mobile devices carry so many pictures on them, you have to wonder just how you get them off?
Jawbone’s Up 3 certainly took some time to arrive, but the delayed fitness gadget is finally here, packing in more sensors than most activity bracelets and the ability to track REM sleep. Worth it, or should you go with something less exy?
Soundbars can be great solutions for the home theatre, as they provide a lot of sound in slimline package, but what if you don’t need all of the sound they offer at the same time?
A totally automated home is coming soon, and Aussie security specialist Swann wants to make sure it’s not just about automation, but piece of mind with security, too.
We see quite a few fitness gadgets and are usually wearing at least one, but most of these track the same thing: steps and movement. An upcoming gadget from Moov might go even further, monitoring everything to improve your well-being.
Losing things is never fun, and finding them can be a hair-pulling teeth-clenching chore, so wouldn’t it be nice if technology found an answer?