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Bluetooth-Equipped Umbrella Alerts You If You Forget It
Are you in the habit of leaving your umbrella behind at restaurants or in the car?
'Sesame' Turns Your Lock Into A Smart Lock in Seconds
If you like the idea of smartphone-activated door locks but aren't quite ready to get out the drill, the ultra-simple Sesame might be for you.
Soar Like an Eagle with this New Virtual Reality Rig
Getting a bird's eye view has never been this real before. A new virtual reality rig lets you see the world as bird does. Just don't forget to keep flapping.
Pebble's New Smartwatch Breaks Kickstarter Record
Pebble is back with a new smartwatch, and has already raised $5 million on Kickstarter.
XO Infinity Tablet/Laptop Features Swappable Pieces
One Education, a spinoff of the ambitious OLPC program, has announced a brand new device designed for maximum versatility in the developing world.
How Scientists Plan to Spark Battery Breakthroughs
Experts share their roadmap for improving battery technology, which could have far-reaching effects on phones, electric cars and even the power grid.
Rocking Your Baby to Sleep? There's an App for That
Time for baby to go down for a nap, but you can't take a few minutes to rock her to sleep? Don't worry - this robo-cradle will do it for you.
Electric Toothbrush App Shows News While You Clean
The new Pro 7000 SmartSeries electric toothbrush connects with a smartphone app to show you news and weather for your two-minute brushing time.
Robot Feeds Marathon Runners Tomatoes on the Go
The "Wearable Tomato Project," revealed at the 2015 Tokyo Marathon Expo, is a wacky invention designed to feed athletes tomatoes while running.
Bevy Puts All Your Photos and Videos in One Place
Bevy is a network-connected hard drive dedicated to nothing else but storing and serving the photos and videos taken by you and your family.
The Internet is Having Fun with New Apple Rumors
The current rumors about Apple developing a self-driving car probably aren't true but that doesn't mean you can't crack jokes about it on Twitter.
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Facebook Is Working on Virtual-Reality Apps: Re/code
Turns out that some of Facebook's plans for VR may involve content produced by its own users — as well as by celebrities.
Sony's Augmented Reality Headset Now For Sale
Wish you could still buy Google Glass? Try Sony's bigger, weirder SmartEyeglass augmented reality system.
Researchers Welcome Drone Rules
New regulations for commercial drone use are welcomed at University of Washington's Autonomous Flight Systems Laboratory, where students are busy dreaming up new uses for drones. KING's Natalie Swaby reports.
View-Master Gets a Virtual-Reality Update
A new View-Master is in the works that has more in common with Google Cardboard and Oculus Rift than an old-school slide projector.
Sony Stainless Steel Smartwatch 3 Now Available
Sony just added a particularly hardy option to the mix. The stainless steel SmartWatch 3 has GPS built in and a nice chunky wristband.
Scrabble Twist Puts Classic Board Game in Your Hands
This new handheld gadget from Hasbro gives the famous vocabulary-matching game a tactile and mobile twist.
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Rescue Drone Bounces Harmlessly Off Walls, People
The Gimball is made for use in rescue situations where debris, smoke and injured people make navigation with ordinary drones dangerous.
New Canon Cameras: High-End Features at Sub-$1K Price
The just-announced T6s and T6i from Canon make the biggest changes to the company's flagship consumer DSLRs in years.
New Olympus Camera Can Double Your Megapixels
Everybody wants more megapixels, but at some point you just can't fit any more onto a camera's sensor. What do you do then?
Blue Note Sonos Speaker Comemmorates Legendary Label
Jazz lovers and lovers of wireless speakers, your worlds are about to collide.
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How to Rent the Apple Watch Before Buying It
The gadget rental start-up called Lumoid plans to rent Apple Watches as part of its wearable rental program for consumers.
Eero Promises Worry-Free WiFi Throughout Your House
Eero claims that three of its routers will blanket even large homes with full-speed wireless Internet — and it'll even assist you in setting it up.
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Tablet Shipments Fall for First Time Ever
Tablet shipments fell at the end of last year for the first time since the market's launch in 2010, with Amazon devices dropping nearly 70 percent.
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