Highlights from the 2015 Geneva Motor Show

Dave LeClair

The Sophia skipping rope includes some smart features

In some products, connected features seem forced. One place that they really make sense is in fitness, where the ability to track data can actually make a noticeable difference in performance. A new entry into that space is called Sophia, and it brings smart features to the humble skipping rope.  Read More

BroadLink's S1 promises to make smart home features affordable

The prices of smart home devices are slowly reaching a point where they're affordable, but BroadLink is aiming to bring said functions to users at a price that is truly within the comfort zone of the masses. Its DIY smart home kit, called SmartONE (S1), is available for less than US$50.  Read More

The new Logitech ConferenceCam Connect aims to make teleconferencing easier

Logitech is aiming to make it easier for businesses to have teleconferences, with the introduction of its new ConferenceCam Connect. In offices where conference rooms are not equipped with teleconferencing equipment, Logitech's new portable offering should come in handy.  Read More

The Ampere wireless charging sleeve aims to make it easier to keep devices powered on the ...

Novelsys' Ampere wireless charging sleeve is intended to make charging a smartphone on the go easier than ever. A leather sleeve with a 2,700-mAh battery tucked inside of it, it's equipped with a wireless charging element – so a user simply needs to slide their phone inside, and it will charge.  Read More

The Nanoarcade aims to bring the classic arcade feel to a small form factor

Arcade machines are not generally known for their portability – the thought of moving one around is enough to cause a back ache. Nanoarcade pushes those notions aside with a device that looks like a classic arcade machine, but scaled down to 1/10th the size.  Read More

The new 4K Joey from DISH promises to bring Ultra HD content to 4K TV owners

One of the biggest reasons many users are reluctant to spend the extra money to pick up a 4K television is a lack of content. DISH is aiming to change that with the launch of its 4K Joey set-top box, which will bring 4K cable to the home, along with some other interesting features.  Read More

The Ecosmart 4000 Bluetooth speaker and standalone solar panel

Ecoxgear has just announced two new Bluetooth speakers for its new Ecosmart line, and one of them features a staggering 50 hours of battery life on a single charge. For those long outdoor parties, it's good to know that the music can keep going without having to stop and charge.  Read More

LG's new 34UM67 ultra-wide monitor features AMD FreeSync for smoother PC gaming LG has just announced that it is going to be showing off a monitor at CES 2015 that could have PC gamers drooling. The company is presenting an ultra-wide monitor with AMD FreeSync, a feature designed to create smoother motion while gaming.  Read More

The BulletSafe Bulletproof Hat offers frontal protection in a low-key design

For law enforcement, or any job in which there's a real possibility of being shot at, bulletproof gear is incredibly important. A new product called the BulletSafe Bulletproof Hat aims to bring that sort of protection to the head, in a subtle fashion.  Read More

Details are scarce, but Kodak is planning on jumping into the Android space

Kodak, a company best known for its film-based cameras from another era, is jumping into the Android smartphone game. With companies like Apple. Samsung, LG, Motorola and HTC duking it out for handset sales, it could be difficult for Kodak to jump into the space, with the brand struggling to find an identity in the modern world.  Read More

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