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Safelet is designed to look like a normal bracelet, but it has the capacity to stop a viol...

Sexual violence is sadly still a problem facing (mostly) women in countries around the world. The statistics regarding the number of cases is shocking, but the effect that it has on all women, whether victims or otherwise, is likewise depressing. Safelet aims to make the world a safer place, and foster a feeling of security for people wearing this "alarming" (in both the figurative and literal senses) bracelet.  Read More

The TrackR bravo is a two-way item-tracking device

If you have a tendency to misplace belongings, then an item-tracking device may be just the thing you need. The new TrackR bravo is one such device. It can be used with its mobile app as a means of locating items to which it is attached, and will even help to find a misplaced phone by ringing it.  Read More

The EzeeCube is a new private home cloud device that automatically backs up videos, photos...

As our recent Cloud storage comparison guide demonstrated, there are plenty of options for storing your photos and videos with an online storage provider, such as Google or Dropbox. A private, home-based cloud can provide more control, better security and home-integration options, though. EzeeCube is a new home cloud hub that aims to do just that.  Read More

NewViewWear shirts and jackets feature their own tiny camera

Something we're seeing more of these days are wearable lifelogging cameras, designed to record every moment of our lives. We recently saw the ParaShoot hit the market, and now its creators are introducing NewViewWear – a line of clothing that accommodates an included lifelogging camera.  Read More

New Matter has launched what it calls an 'end-to-end 3D printing system' made up of an ine...

If you don't want to spend a whole heap of cash on a 3D printer, the OneUp looks like a pretty sweet deal. But, will it look anyway near as good on your desk as the similarly budget-friendly MOD-t from New Matter? This Wi-Fi-enabled device boasts some novel tech designed to produce quality 3D-printed objects at an affordable price, while also tapping into an online shopping and sharing portal for MOD-t-optimized models.  Read More

SPUD design studio recently unveiled The Observatory

Following its previous Exbury Egg project, SPUD design studio recently unveiled a similar endeavor, named The Observatory. It consists of an off-grid retreat that will shelter multi-disciplinary artists for up to two months at a time, in addition to a secondary structure that shall allow members of the public to visit and get involved. SPUD has launched an Indiegogo campaign to raise funds for construction costs.  Read More

Alyt is a voice commanded smart home integration system powered by Android

The trickle of devices looking to turn the family home into smart homes whereby residents can remotely control everything from household lighting to security systems has turned into a flood recently. The latest device promising to help usher in this suburban technological utopia is the Alyt, an Android-powered smart home system that can be controlled not only through an app on a mobile device, but also via voice commands.  Read More

The Visiobike packs a lot of electronic features

As the recent Charged Up e-bike event showed us, the new generation of electric bikes is apparently here to stay. While many of them simply feature a motor that augments the rider's pedaling power, some really take the whole "electronics" thing and run (or roll) with it. The upcoming Visiobike is just such a machine. With a little help from the user's smartphone, it not only provides a power boost but also lets them navigate, deter thieves, see what's behind them via a video feed, and avoid having to shift gears.  Read More

The Peres is designed to detect the freshness of food

Technology can go a long way towards keeping food fresher for longer, but it can also be used to check whether the food has passed its best-by date. We've seen plastics that indicate the freshness of food, and we've also covered food packaging that lets people know if it's still fresh. Now, a product called Peres aims to perform a similar task, but it does it with a sensor and a smartphone or tablet.  Read More

When folded into its origami figure the Microgarden kit becomes a conical structure capabl...

Once thought of as an urban hippy fad, the concept of growing produce in the inner-city has started to become more of an accepted idea. Not only does it give urban gardeners the chance to get in touch with their inner farmer, but it also helps supplement the vegetable portion of the daily diet. For Infarm, the idea of grow-your-own comes in the form of a small, origami-like greenhouse, specifically designed to grow tiny baby greens known as microgreens.  Read More

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