Fathers Day is right around the corner, and if you’re anything like us and wondering how that snuck up on you, not only are you not the only one, but you also have a list of bits and bobs that’ll make your old man smile.
Android watches don’t generally arrive with the same schmick fashion sense as Apple’s own Watch, but LG is going to try to win people over with a fancier smartwatch, arriving in Australia as the “Urbane”.
Don’t need the crème de la crème when it comes to your eReading experience? Amazon’s Kindle Paperwhite does it with all the clarity of its Voyage sibling, but is less painful on the wallet.
Those of you already living in the future with WiFi light bulbs controlled by your phones and tablets may be wondering how you can control them if you lose your phone or it runs out of charge? For that, Philips has a solution.
The next time you give in, do it, and order room service, it might not be a squeaky voiced teen delivering your food and beverage, but a robot. Are you ready for a mechanical maid?
Every manufacturer and their dog has a Bluetooth speaker, and some of them have quite a few. House of Marley is no stranger to these gadgets, and its latest take on the product is all about getting friends together.
If you read books, watch movies, and use an iPad Air for everything, it makes total sense to bring it everywhere you go, but what about the beach, the pool, or somewhere with a risk of water damage? Lifeproof has an answer, but it won’t be for everyone.
Anyone who has owned a modern smartphone knows all too well that it’s kind of a necessary thing to have a power bank near you to charge that sucker up, because few phones get longer than a day of life anymore, but what if the same thing could exist for a car?
The dog collar has never been all that tech savvy, and is usually just a bit of material that allowed owners to keep contact details with their beloved furry friends, but what if it could do a little more?