cameras
Are You Paranoid Enough For Netatmo’s Outdoor Nanny Cam?

Do you need eyes on your front door at all times, lest a burglar creep up to your doorstep? (Or at least to make sure that your dog doesn’t run away?) Netatmo’s got a new outdoor nanny camera to keep watch. Read More >>

audio
Samsung’s New Soundbar Doesn’t Need Speakers in Your Ceiling for 3-D Audio

Soundbars aren’t normally the go-to option for crazy immersive surround sound, but a Samsung-Dolby partnership is hoping to change that. Using a pair of rear speakers, a soundbar and the ceiling of your den, Samsung’s trying to recreate the 3-D feeling of a Dolby Atmos cinema. Read More >>

design
This is a Tripod Desk. And Yes, You Need One Too.

This is my tripod desk. There are many like it, but this one is mine. Actually, that's a lie: I've never seen anyone else with a tripod desk, and that's crazy to me. Read More >>

gadgets
The Clip-On Clockety Turns Your iPhone Into a Projection Alarm Clock

When you wake up exhausted in the morning wondering if it's time to get up and go to work, the last thing you really want is your smartphone's bright display blinding you while you check the time. So the snap-on Clockety turns your iPhone into a projection alarm clock, displaying the time on your bedroom ceiling with a quick tap on your device. Read More >>

virtual reality
This “Oculus Killer” Looks Like a Gigantic Tron Nightmare Shoebox

There's a hot new virtual reality headset in town. At least that's what the booth decorations would have you believe. It's got head tracking! It's fully immersive! It's an Oculus Killer! Read More >>

tv
3D TV is Dead. Let’s Hope Smart TV is Next

Two or three years ago at CES, this post probably would've been about some 3D TV equipped with dorky glasses, maybe a smart set that's more like a rusty Swiss army knife for home entertainment. This year, things are different. 3D is now a spectre of CES past. With any luck, smart TVs are next on the chopping block. Read More >>

gadgets
A Smart EpiPen Case Lets Family Know You’re Having an Allergy Attack

Anyone dealing with severe allergies always carries an EpiPen. In an emergency it provides an injectable dose of epinephrine to narrow blood vessels and open airways to help minimise the dangerous symptoms of an allergy attack, and when used with the new Veta case that's designed to safely store the EpiPen, it can automatically let your family or friends know when you're having an allergy attack. Read More >>

design
Colour-Changing E-Ink is Here, But Not in eBook Readers

This morning E Ink Holdings announced the availability of a new colour-changing film known as Prism that's based on the company's electronic paper technology used in devices like Amazon's Kindle and the Pebble smartwatch. But the new material isn't destined to finally bring a dash of colour to your electronic books. Instead, it's being positioned as a tool to let architects and interior designers dynamically change the colour and mood of a space. Read More >>

tv
Look Out HDMI and DisplayPort, There’s a New Cable in Town

Ever heard of Mobile High-Definition Link, or MHL for short? Today, it's a way to connect a smartphone to an HDTV or monitor via microUSB. But the new SuperMHL could challenge HDMI and DisplayPort dominance over your entire home cinema Read More >>

ces
Panasonic’s 4K Blu-ray Player Could Make Discs Matter Again

The CES show floor just opened, and the chaos is real. Sift through it and you'll find Panasonic has a gem hiding out in its massive booth. We've already been told 12930821321312 times that that 4K is here, and while the screens are, the stuff to watch is still sparse. But Panasonic's new Blu-Ray prototype wants to make sure you can use every pixel possible. Read More >>

accessories
The Think Stack is a Modular Monolith That Can Declutter Your Desk

I've got Bluetooth speakers and battery packs and wires all over my desk. I'm a slob and it's a problem. A problem that Lenovo's new Think Stack accessories look like they could solve. They're like little magnetic Lego pieces that snap all your clutter into one cube(ish thing). Read More >>

samsung
This Samsung Washer Has its Own Built-in Sink for Pre-Treating Stains

In a perfect world every stain and spill would come out of your clothes after just a single wash. But the same way a dish washer works best after you've scraped the plates clean, pre-treating your clothes is the only way to help guarantee a stain comes out. And for homes that are lacking a sink, Samsung's gone and built one right in to its new activewash washing machine. Read More >>

smartwatches
The Mio ALPHA 2 Heart Rate Watch Adds an Accelerometer and a Backlight

The original Mio ALPHA was the first fitness-tracking wearable to keep tabs on your heart rate using the same technology as the highly-accurate finger-worn pulse oximeters used at hospitals, instead of an awkward and uncomfortable chest strap. And now the company has finally revealed its successor, the Alpha 2, which improves on the original with better software, a built-in accelerometer for measuring pace, speed and distance, and most importantly, a backlight. Read More >>

cars
2016 Chevy Volt First Look: Less Concept, More Saloon

Instead of waiting for the North American International Auto Show in Detroit next week to finally unveil what the 2016 Chevy Volt looks like, General Motors pulled back the curtain on its new electric hybrid at CES just now. No details, no other specifics, just our first full look at the car. Read More >>