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The Hampdens combine retro and modern elements

Polk is angling at upgrading your desktop audio system with a set of powered speakers that package a clean look, warm sound and versatile performance. The new Hampden speakers combine old-school teak-veneer cabinets with the latest wireless technologies.  Read More

The Creative Sound Blaster Roar portable Bluetooth speaker

When Creative announced its new Sound Blaster Roar speaker, a couple of features stood out as unusual. The in-built siren and the "life-saver mode" that plays loud noises to keep you awake seemed at odds with its main focus of premium quality audio. Gizmag put the portable Bluetooth speaker through its paces.  Read More

MSW 115_B showing call alert

Imagine owning an upmarket, 25-jewel, Swiss-movement mechanical watch. Now imagine one that that can display text messages, notify you of incoming calls and let you remotely control your smartphone or tablet. That may seem a bit farfetched, but Kairos Watches aims to combine a luxury mechanical watch with the functionality of a smartwatch in one seamless device.  Read More

Motorola's Moto Stream brings wireless audio streaming capabilities to old stereo systems

Do you have a stack of speakers or stereo system at home collecting dust due to their inability to wirelessly connect to your digital music collection? The folks at Motorola have decided it’s time to modernize your antiquated audio system with the release of a portable wireless adapter called Moto Stream, which brings wireless audio streaming capabilities to older units.  Read More

Portalmod's MOD Duo prototype mounted in acrylic housing

The MOD system from Brazil's Portalmod was born of a desire to break free from the confines of carefully considered manufacturer-supplied digital effects for guitar and bass, and sail into the vast uncharted territory of independent developer-generated plug-ins. The hardware features its own mini computing system capable of wirelessly receiving user-customized virtual pedalboards configured via a browser-based interface. Having sold out of its original Quadra model, the company is currently making plans to release its next product, the MOD Duo, in the US.  Read More

Adidas is tight-lipped on the sensors and algorithms its Smart Ball uses, but says it can ...

It was back in 2007 that Adidas first explored the potential of an intelligent football. In the time since, it has continued to smarten up sports performance with heart-monitoring phones, fitness tracking watches and intelligent football boots. Now, just as the globe turns its focus to next month's World Cup in Brazil, it has unveiled the miCoach Smart Ball, a soccer ball with built-in sensors to track everything from the power of your strike to the finesse of your free kick.  Read More

BPMphysio is a wearable device for accurately measuring limb movement in patients (Photo: ...

Physiotherapists have traditionally used fairly rudimentary manual goniometers (medical protractors) to measure the movement of body parts. BPMphysio is a wearable device that uses a variety of sensors to measure movement accurately. It is aimed at helping to improve physio care.  Read More

LG and Harman Kardon have collaborated to create a new premium Bluetooth headset optimized...

LG has announced a new premium Bluetooth headset optimized for use with its upcoming G3 smartphone. The LG Tone Infinim was developed in collaboration with audio equipment manufacturer Harman Kardon. It promises excellent sound quality and long standby time.  Read More

The lighter's display indicates how many cigarettes you've smoked and how long it's been s...

There are plenty of trackers to promote healthy habits, but how about a device that discourages a not so healthy one? Quitbit is a smart lighter designed to help rein in smoking addiction by keeping tabs on how often you light up.  Read More

The Modillion smart strap turns a mechanical watch into a smart one

A mechanical smartwatch may sound like a contradiction in terms, but a Tel Aviv-based company has come up with a way of making one. Instead of requiring the wholesale replacement of your existing watch, Modillian is a “smart strap” that turns a mechanical or "dumb" wristwatch into a smartwatch by pairing with Android smartphones via Bluetooth.  Read More

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