Wearables can be more than watches and earbuds. Google, Adidas, and EA agree and have created a smart insole wearable, the Adidas GMR.
Security cameras are great at detecting motion, then starting to film to let you know there is an intruder. Visual One wants to make cameras even smarter.
A new report from the IDC shows that Apple wearables are the reigning champ in both 2019 and QB, thanks to AirPods and the Apple Watch.
Slightly Robot rushed the Immutouch wristband into production to help prevent people from touching their faces and spreading coronavirus.
Despite customer fears of privacy, Amazon is forging ahead with plans to release Ring Video Doorbell 3, as leaked images of the product page show.
Watching a Boston Dynamics video, you can see two very different warehouse robots working together to handle basic tasks. Is this a good thing?
Tesla “Reverse” Summon” is an autonomous car solution that would enable you to get dropped off, leaving the car to park itself.
A new patent for the Apple Smart Ring shows the company is considering an expandable ring that would cover the entire finger.
British Airways is testing yet another self-driving “vehicle” – they are testing self-driving wheelchairs for people with mobility issues at JFK airport.
Fitness trackers and other wearables are being used more frequently to track VO2 Max, a measurement of how well the body uses oxygen when exercising.
The NTSB has completed its investigation and is blaming Tesla, Apple, and also the driver for a fatal crash, finding he was playing a video game at the time.
If you’re a note-taking diehard and refuse to give up paper and pen, you may want to try the Rocketbook Smart Reusable Notebook at 15% off.
Apple and Johnson & Johnson would like to find out whether the Apple Watch and iPhoone can reduce the risk of stroke and are conducting a study.
People flock to alternatives to Apple Airpods for the price but miss out on the real thing. With the current Apple AirPods offer, you can get the real deal for $30 off.
Apple surprised everyone by introduced the Apple CarKey feature in the iOS 13.4 beta. It was found in a string of code in the beta, so not much is known about it.
The Singapore Police Force is using biometric technology. They are using fingerprint technology to verify driver’s license applicants.
First Alert offers the Onelink Safe and Sound smoke alarm that has Airplay 2 support so that it doubles as a smart speaker, complete with Alexa.
A recent news story shows that despite the police having access to Ring footage, it’s not even helping them solve crimes, leading to questions.