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by John P. Barker
Well, okay... it's not a real lens. But if you are into photography, you may want to check out this clever coffee mug. And it also has a coaster for cookies!
Bicycle riders rejoice, Zackees Turn Signal Gloves put safety in the palms of your hands! This new direction in two-wheeled security allows bike-riders to speak the language of the cars and trucks they share the roads with.
by Ellen Dudley
Mother is a device by Sen.se launched at 2014 International CES, that turns objects into smart and understanding things that enrich your life. She comes with Motion Cookie sensors to attach to your toothbrush, your keys, your shoes, your pill bottle, or your child - anything that you want to monitor throughout the day using temperature, geolocation and accelerometer capabilities, even your phone. How many times do you check yours per day?
Last September, the Chinese government announced plans to lift a long-standing ban on foreign video game consoles. Good news, everyone: today, they've finally realized those plans. Well...at least for a little while. And there are a few strings attached.
by Tech Light
At this year's Consumer Electronics show, the science fiction concept of robot security guards has just blasted its way into the real world. Ladies and gentlemen, say hello to the Knightscope K5: the world's first true security drone.
by Lady Bee
Radar and wi-fi have been a part of wearable technology for dogs for some years now; you might even say that dogs have had a 'paw up' on wearable technology. Of the new dog tech products being introduced at the 2014 Computer Electronics Show (CES), I particularly like prospects for the Voyce dog-wearable collar that monitors and reports your dog's health and fitness levels 24/7.
by Tech Light
In the future, we might be able to start attending conferences through robots. A company known as Suitable Technologies has recently made their telepresence robot, Beam, available to the general public. Using Beam, a Forbes journalist attended CES 2014 without ever leaving her kitchen.
At today's Consumer Electronics Show, Oculus unveiled a new prototype of its Rift virtual reality headset. The new device, dubbed "Crystal Cove," adds positional tracking and a new OLED display. What that basically means is that Crystal Cove blows the old Rift out of the water.
by Boomer Babe
Many of us have a hard time getting out of bed in the morning, but that may be more a reflection of our mental state than physical. For those with conditions that physically limit their ability to get out of bed without assistance, whether due to arthritic conditions, balance issues, or injury, the new UpBed™ Ajustable Lift Bed can really make a big difference in their independence.
by Ellen Dudley
Lucid dream masks work by flashing a series of light patterns when you are in REM sleep. The Remee Mask, the Aurora Mask, the REM Dreamer as well as apps like DreamZ, or Lucid Dreaming, claim they can make you aware you are dreaming, and have some control over the events that occur. Can we regain hours of our lives, in our imaginative worlds where anything is possible? Can we fight dragons in our dreams?