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Fujitsu Labs' Smart Ring Interprets Your Air Writing

Head-mounted devices like Google Glass may be convenient for some things, but writing stuff down – let alone maneuvering basic UI elements like dialog boxes – isn't one of them. Luckily, Fujitsu are developing a wireless ring that recognizes characters you trace in midair. It's accurate, too... or so the firm claims.

The EVO ONE Ball Combines Sport With Technology To Create A New Basketball Experience

Basketball players work on their shot constantly. Shooting is the most practiced aspect of the game, and yet good shooters only make about 50% of their shots in game play. The EVO ONE Ball can help improve that percentage, by teaching optimal backspin--that's right, this revolutionary ball is also a virtual coach.

Create A Virtual "Bubble" Around Your Bike With XFire Laser Bike Lane

Bike lanes ensure that traffic is kept from getting to close to cyclists. However, not every avenue, street and lane have them. That's where the XFire Laser Bike Lane comes in. Not only is it a tail light for your bike, it projects a virtual bike lane from your bike.

Aftershokz Headphones Transmit Sound Through Your Cheekbones

Yes, you read that right. The Aftershokz Bluez 2 headphone system does not actually go in, or around, your ears, the buds instead lay right in front of your ear canals and transmit sound through your cheekbones, completely bypassing your ear drums, and delivering sound directly into your inner ear.

GizmoSphere Gizmo 2 SBC Pairs PC-Class Power With Raspberry Pi's Size

Great things have been done with the Raspberry Pi's meager specs. For DIY'ers who just need more, though, the Gizmo 2 single-board computer squeezes an AMD dual-core processor and Radeon graphics into similar dimensions, while keeping the prerequisite array of hobbyist interfaces besides somehow adding many new ones.

Solo Stove Makes A Great Backpacking Stove

On your next camping or hiking adventure, a backpacking stove is always a great thing to pack (if you don't already), and the Solo Stove is a great option. It's lightweight, fast, efficient and it's eco friendly--it may be the best backpacking stove around.

Aiptek ProjectorPad P70: Android Tablet With Built-In Projector

If you want to beam your smartphone or tablet's screen onto a wall, whether for a work presentation or to watch YouTube videos, pico projectors are easy to find. However, what about smart slates with projectors built in? Aiptek's P70 is the first I've seen, and this 7” Android tablet looks a handy device indeed, albeit with some real drawbacks you should be mindful of.

Panasonic Magic Mirror Offers Tough Love About Your Look

Taking criticism on your appearance is never easy, but getting it from someone you care about can be excruciating. Wouldn’t it be great if you could get the same honest viewpoint from a cold, unfeeling machine? The Panasonic Magic Mirror can do just that.

Workout Anywhere With Monkii Bars

When your schedule is busy or you're on vacation or a business trip, it's easy to neglect your workout schedule. You don't have time or access to a gym. Monkii Bars eliminates these excuses. With them, you can get in a quick, intense workout anywhere.

5 Innovative Gadgets To Get The Most Out Of Your Run

There isn't a part of our lives that technology doesn't touch in some way. Our workouts are no different, and the latest tech could mean more efficiency and better results. From smart socks to biometric clothing, the latest running technology can not only help you track your workouts, but it can help illuminate a lot about your running style and what you're getting out of your runs. Check out these 5 gadgets that will help you to get more out of your runs.