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CE Week 2014

Penguin measures antibiotic residue in food

We've already heard about a biosensor developed in Brazil for detecting pesticide content in food. Now at CE Week, a Seoul-based company called BioSensor Laboratories has presented Penguin, a home-use sensor that detects the presence of antibiotics in animal products.  Read More

The Damson Twist at CE Week 2014

Gizmag is in New York City this week, scouring the displays of CE Week for interesting, innovative gear and gadgets. One of the products that caught our eye, a speaker from Damson that puts a Twist on traditional audio. Instead of sending sound waves through the air to your ears, it sends them through the surface you place it on. Damson claims this makes for bigger sound from a smaller package.  Read More

Ztylus iPhone 5/5S protective case with Revolver RV-2 lens kit installed

If you like the idea of Sony's QX lens system, but don't warm to the extra weight and bulk (not to mention the rather high price tag) it adds to your smartphone, Ztylus has something that may be of interest. The company has produced a stylish case to protect your iPhone, Note 3 or S4 from life's bumps and scrapes that's also home to a circular mount onto which a multiple lens system is attached. This gives mobile snappers four additional lens options to play with. The downside is that the case and lens system need to be purchased separately, but it's still a nifty way to expand the photographic capability of your smartphone.  Read More

The slim IT.6 handset at CE Week in New York

In this day and age, you could be forgiven for not knowing that landline phones are even still being made. They are, though, and their designers are attempting to keep them just as high-tech-looking as their cellular siblings. A case in point is Motorola’s new IT.6, which recently won a Red Dot product design award.  Read More

The iLuv Selfy being demonstrated at CE Week

Although some people really like taking selfies, the shots are usually limited by the length of the shooter’s arm. Devices like the HISY Bluetooth camera phone remote are one alternative, although users might not have them handy when a photo op presents itself. iLuv has addressed that problem with its Selfy – a smartphone case with a detachable Bluetooth camera remote.  Read More

The Flipcase looks like a regular shoulder bag, but can be flipped in seconds so you can u...

At CE Week in New York, Pennsylvania-based startup Flipcase International is displaying new, patented designs for laptop and tablet cases. They look like regular shoulder bags, but can also be quickly "flipped out" in a matter of seconds, allowing you to use your device much more comfortably even as you're standing.  Read More

The Thinium Charge with its Lightning plug and USB dongle extended

Nobody likes tangled, kinked cables, but you know what they do like? Credit card-sized devices, that they can keep in their wallet. Well, Thinium’s new Charge is a credit card-format smartphone wall charger, that does away with cables.  Read More

Countless numbers of phone chargers get left behind in hotels every day (Photo: Gizmag)

Phone chargers have come to rival umbrellas as one of the most forgotten items when traveling. The ChargerLeash is a simple device that promises to help travelers remember to pack their phone charger before heading out the door.  Read More

The Voyce wearable health band for dogs from i4C Innovations (Photo: Ben Coxworth/Gizmag)

Though we'd all like to believe that we'd know when something's not quite right with our four-legged friends, a helping hand wouldn't go amiss. At CE Week in New York today Gizmag was introduced to the Voyce wearable health band and supporting service that help keep track of a dog's health and habits.  Read More

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