Aether Launches Aether Cone Music Player


Aether has launched their Cone portable music system. The Cone comes with with Rdio’s music library, ad free, and also supports AirPlay. The Aether Cone works with Voice control via Nuance’s voice control, but can also be controlled via a mobile app for iOS. The speaker connects to Wi-Fi through a dual-band 802.11N chipset. It […]

OtterBox Now Shipping Alpha Glass for iPhone 6 and 6 Plus


OtterBox has released their Alpha glass screen protectors for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. They come in not only clear, but also a privacy glass to protect your screen from prying eyes. The screen protectors come with everything you need to apply them. The Alpha Glass products also come in both stand alone versions […]

AOC Launched 34-inch Ultra Wide QHD Display


AOC has launched a new 34″ display. The U3477PQU has an Ultra-Wide Quad HD screen in 3440×1440 for maximum screen real estate. The display also has 7 watt speakers built in. It has DisplayPort 1.2, and HDMI/MHL inputs for connecting your computers, game devices, and even mobile devices. It also has RS-232 serial for use […]

NUZii Launches Multi-Function Smart Hub on Kickstarter


NUZii is proof that big things come in small packages. This little soda-can sized device seeks to be the center of your smart home. It features smart device control, home security system control, music streaming, personal cloud storage, and Internet security functions. It can also work as a DNLA streamer when connected to USB storage. […]

Hexoskin Expands Line With Arctic Smart Shirt


Hexoskin brought the smart shirt to market earlier this year. However, a sleeveless shirt isn’t very practical with snow and ice everywhere. Hexoskin is introducing something to keep you running even in Winter, the Arctic Smart Shirt. The smart shirt is designed to insulate the wearer while being odor-resistant and breathable. It’s also designed to […]

Senic Launches Flow Hand Controller On Indiegogo


Practical input on our computers hasn’t changed that much in the last 30 years. We may have switched mainly from mice to multitouch trackpads, but it’s still very much a point and click world. During that same time, we’ve seen the rise of touch screens on our smartphones and tablets and natural movement interfaces on […]