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Dave LeClair

Dave LeClair
Dave is an avid follower of all things mobile, gaming, and any kind of new technology he can get his hands on. Ever since he first played an NES as a child, he's been an absolute tech and gaming junkie.
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SMI's new technology adds eye-tracking to the Oculus Rift DK2

The Oculus Rift virtual reality headset could soon be getting a boost in functionality. SensoMotoric Instruments (SMI) is planning on adding eye tracking to the Oculus' recently-released Development Kit 2 (DK2).  Read More

The Pantelligent pan and its app

Cooking can be hard. The team at Pantelligent are aiming to make the process a little easier, though, by allowing users to connect their "smart" frying pan to a smartphone to monitor temperature and cook time ... taking the guesswork out of pan cooking.  Read More

Wrap turns an entire desktop into a dry erase board Dry erase boards are a great way to jot down ideas, schedules, or anything else that's going to be temporary. Wrap aims to take that concept and apply it to an entire desktop, but without requiring users to purchase an entire new desk. Instead, it simply covers the top of an existing one.  Read More

The Wearhaus Arc is aimed at making sharing music personal again

Headphones are, by their very nature, a solo experience. They enclose the user with his or her music, and block out the world around them. Wearhaus aims to change that with its new Arc headphones, that promise to allow users to connect with each other by streaming music to other Arc wearers.  Read More

If you leave your Tzukuris sunglasses behind, the app helps you locate them Losing your sunglasses is no fun, especially expensive ones. Tzukuri is aiming to prevent such tragedies with a range of sunglasses that allow you to track them should they go missing.  Read More

A view of Mesoloft-transported cremains being released 20 miles above the Earth's surface

Some people choose to honor the memory of a lost loved one by doing something creative with their ashes. What's more creative than taking their remains to the very top of the Earth's atmosphere and releasing them? That's what Mesoloft is offering to those who want to say goodbye in a way that no one will ever forget.  Read More

Logitech is offering spill-resistance and mechanical keys with its new Key-to-go keyboard

Logitech, a company that's no stranger to making keyboards for all kinds of devices, is launching Key-to-go – a new wireless iOS keyboard that features mechanical keys and a waterproof covering. This means users get the feedback of mechanical keys without having to worry about spills.  Read More

Of course, gaming is going to be a major focus for Razer's soundbar

The soundbar market is constantly growing as more people realize they want improved sound for their entertainment, but that a proper surround sound system doesn't suit their needs. Now, Razer – a company known for its gaming peripherals – is jumping into the market with the introduction of its Leviathan 2.1 system.  Read More

Alpine's new iLX-007 is the company's first to feature Apple's CarPlay technology

Apple's CarPlay is a feature designed to bring many of the best aspects of iOS directly to the dashboard of a user's car. Up to this point, not many head units have actually been released outside of Volvo including it in the XC90 and Pioneer's new system. Now, Alpine is jumping into the CarPlay market with the introduction of its iLX-007 head unit.  Read More

Arist aims to allow users to brew professional coffee drinks from home

Some of us wake up in the morning and have a cup of coffee just to get the caffeine. For others, drinking coffee is an experience, and it's at those people that the new Arist brewer is aimed. It connects to a user's smartphone and allows them to make the same kinds of recipes one would typically get from a trained barista, but it's done right in the home.  Read More

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