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HIRIS wearable PC could change the fitness tracker game

Fitness trackers. By now, most people should have a general awareness of the big names out there and what they’re all about. As you go about your day, the connected device stays on top of steps, distance, heart rate, and so forth. While this may be enough for some, it’s certainly not for the team behind HIRIS.

Luna smart mattress cover open for preorders

If these cold temperatures have got you considering springing for an electric blanket, it might be better to invest that money into a $179 Luna smart mattress cover. Not only can it adjust to become hotter or colder for a more comfortable sleep, but it detects breathing and heart rate, tracks sleep patterns, and even your snoring.

TechnologyTell Review: Outdoor Tech 6000mAh Kodiak battery

Outdoor Tech has been on a roll lately, bringing some great new products to the masses. Turtle Shell. Big Turtle Shell. They’ve got their Chips headphones in production, ready to ship to backers and new consumers fairly soon. If you live an adventurous outdoor lifestyle, Outdoor Tech has got your back. And since you’re likely to be equipped with gadgets, the Kodiak battery makes sure to tag along and charge up what you need.

The Asus ZenFone Zoom is launching soon

The ZenFone Zoom features a ton of amazing camera features, including a 3x optical zoom and a 13-megapixel f/2.0 imager.

Vudu Spark, competitor to Chromecast, costs $25

When Google released its Chromecast streaming stick, one of the most impressive aspects of it was its low price tag. Now, retailer Walmart has even undercut Google with its Vudu Spark. The streaming device is limited because it will only work with Walmart’s movie rental service, but the device also costs just $24.95. As of today, the streaming stick is available across the United States and via the Walmart website.

Fable childrens’ tablet headed to market in spring

During International CES, Isabella Products demonstrated a new tablet, geared towards children aged three to ten, which is set to arrive on the market in March. We sat down with Matthew I. Growney, the president and CEO of the Concord, Mass.-based Isabella to discuss the product and the planned rollout. A veteran of the pre-Google, more »

How to change your geolocation online

Ever wondered how people are able to hide or change their IP address? Here’s how.

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Kickstarter project explodes past $1 million in less than 7 hours

This project, which just went live last night, is on its way to the record books. The meager goal of $10,000 was completely obliterated as backers fiendishly flocked to the site with their monies. All it took was roughly seven hours for this Kickstarter campaign to raise over one million dollars. Now before you scroll down and peek, consider these kings of crowdfunded projects on Kickstarter.

No more wires: the Dash Headphones are everything you wanted and more

Dash headphones are completely wireless and have 4 GBs of internal memory. Keep reading to learn more about them.

Ultimate in everyday carry – the Zerohour Relic XR flashlight

Remember that hefty, tactical flashlight that was a hit at last year’s CES? Well, the Zerohour team is back again with the Relic XR, a slimmed-down, compact version of their first project. Yeah, I know, I totally missed my chance to get hands-on with the Zerohour Relic XR flashlight while at CES 2015. There was a lot going on all over.

TechnologyTell Review: Bestek canvas gadget camera bag

If you own a lot of gadgets, you need a good bag to store and/or carry them all in. While most bags and backpacks available now provide padded slots for laptops and tablets, they don’t really offer much added protection for larger gear. That expensive DSLR camera and lenses is going to need its own kind of pocket. Accessibility helps too.

Samsung puts out Tizen ‘flood’ warning, with focus on TVs and smart appliances

Why is Samsung so adamant to make the Linux-based Tizen operating system work, despite the critical opinion of most wireless carriers worldwide? Apparently, the platform is “lighter” than other OSes (cough, Android, cough), and eats up less processing power and memory, “thereby ensuring faster device speeds while consuming less energy.”