Baracoda Unveils A Couple Of New Smart Home Gadgets For Personal Healthcare
These days, smart home gadgets and appliances are becoming increasingly common, where we’re starting to see how regular objects that we interact with daily are becoming smarter. During CES 2021, Baracoda took the wraps off two such devices designed for personal healthcare in the form of the CareOS Themis and the Mateo BBalance.

New Philips Hue Switch Module Gives You A New Way Of Controlling Your Smart Lights
Controlling your smart lights is usually either done via its accompanying app or you can use a physical switch and turn it on or off the good old fashioned way. The problem with the latter is that if you turned the light off via the switch, you can’t turn it back on with the app, which does create some confusion.

Fender Launches A New Portable Amplifier For Guitarists On The Move
If you’re a guitarist that’s constantly moving about and you need the practice, sure, there are some amplifiers that are portable and battery powered, but have you ever seen one that could fit in a bag or pocket? If you’re after something even smaller and more portable, then Fender might have something for you.

ASUS’ ZenBeam Latte Is A Coffee Cup Sized LED Projector
Projectors are great alternatives to TVs because it means that you don’t necessarily need to adorn your wall with a TV that’s just a black, empty box when not in use. Some projectors also have the added advantage of being portable, allowing you to broadcast photos and videos when you’re outdoors.

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Apple’s AirTags Might Have Been Hidden In Plain Sight All This While
In the coming months, there is a very good chance that Apple will finally announce the much-rumored AirTags accessory. Now, we have been hearing about the accessory for a while, we’ve also seen evidence, although we suppose it’s always good to remain a bit skeptical until we get the official confirmation.

Ring Launches Video End-To-End Encryption For Its Doorbells And Cameras
Ring is a maker of smart home devices like security cameras and doorbells that can stream video. There is some concern that maybe these video feeds could be hacked and allow a hacker to see through your camera, but the good news for those of you who own a Ring device is that the company has introduced an update that introduces end-to-end video encryption.

Panasonic’s VR Glasses Gives Off Steampunk Vibes
There are several VR headsets in the market at the moment, but for the most part, a lot of them are really bulky. To help combat this, Panasonic has actually been developing their own pair of VR glasses that are designed to look like glasses. According to the company, the idea is that this will make it more lightweight than current designs, and will also make it easier to put […]

ActiveLook Tiny Head-Up Display Module for Smartglasses
Microoled is a provider of low-power, high-resolution OLED microdisplays that develops the ActiveLook smartglass platform. ActiveLook is a lightweight head-up display dedicated to sports connected eyewear and a CES 2021 Innovation Award winner.The Microoled’s optical module is perfect for sports activity, thanks to its super lightweight, compact body and long battery life. Users can see their sports performance data in real-time, such as pace, speed, and distance, directly in the […]

This Neural-Linked Glove Helps You Click Your Mouse Just By Thinking About It
When it comes to fast-paced games, reaction is key. This is what separates professionals from amateurs. For example, amateurs might know that they need to click the mouse to fire at the enemy, but in the moment, they might panic or get confused about what they need to do, and that’s why their reaction times can be slow.

Apple Patents iPhone Case That Can Charge AirPods
Right now, the only way to charge the AirPods would be to put it inside of its carrying case, which also doubles as a charger. This means that you need to have the case if you want to charge the earbuds. However, a patent discovered by AppleInsider suggests that Apple is looking at alternate ways.

ASUS ROG Claymore II Mechanical Keyboard Announced With Detachable Numpad
When it comes to keyboards, a lot of us are probably familiar with full-sized layouts where it comes with the function row and a numpad. However, not everyone needs a numpad. In fact, for some, numpads actually get in the way when they try to use their mouse, thus forcing users to spread their arms out wider which can get uncomfortable.

The AirPop Is A Smart Mask That Tells You When To Change The Filter
Most face masks are designed to be disposable, but given the current pandemic, the number of face masks that are being worn and carelessly tossed away has increased by an alarming rate, which is why there is also a rise in face masks that can be reused and come with filters that can be swapped out.

Razer Just Unveiled A Smart Face Mask With Built-In RGBs
Until this pandemic can be fully contained, there is a good chance that we will still need to be wearing masks for the foreseeable future. Even if it’s contained, wearing a mask isn’t a bad idea, especially if you’re sick as it can help prevent you from passing it along onto other people around you.

Feelloo by Ubiscale, Stylish and Tiniest Cat Medallion with GPS
Every year at CES, we see a galore of pet technology, including tons of trackers. What sets Felloo apart from the typical GPS-enabled collar is its tiny size and its stylish design. Most well-rated cat and dog GPS trackers are bulkier and ugly, so it had to take a French Tech startup to make cats fashionable while ensuring their safety.

YSL Just Launched A $299 Lipstick Pod That Can Create Whatever Shade You Want
Whenever we want to create a custom color, we need to mix and match different colors to arrive at the color and shade that we want. This can be a bit of a tedious process unless you’ve done it before, but fashion house YSL has opted to go down the hi-tech route by announcing the Yves Saint Laurent Beauté Rouge Sur Mesure Powered by Perso (yes, that’s the actual name).

Hisense Is Making Some Bold Claims With Its TriChroma Laser TVs
For those who don’t want to clutter their living rooms with a TV, short throw projectors are a good alternative, although sometimes depending on the model you have, it might not be as good in terms of quality and features compared to a regular TV. However, at CES 2021, Hisense is hoping to change that with some bold claims.

V-Moda Announces Their First-Ever Wireless Headphones With Active Noise-Cancelling
V-Moda has been in the headphones game for a very long time and the company’s design is particularly striking and memorable. That being said, trends in the headphone market have been changing over time and it seems that V-Moda has finally adopted one of the more popular trends – wireless headphones with active noise-cancelling technology.

Sony Announces New Bravia TVs With Cognitive Processor XR
When we think of smart TVs, we think of TVs that come with features like the ability to support apps, streaming services, and more. However, it seems that Sony is really trying to redefine what we know as a smart TV because ahead of CES 2021, the company has announced a new lineup of Bravia TVs that will be powered by Sony’s Cognitive Processor XR.

AirPods Pro 2 Expected To Launch In April 2021
The AirPods Pro earbuds were originally released back in 2019. Apple did not make any refreshes in 2020, which means that a successor is probably due this year. In fact, a report from Macotakara claims that the AirPods Pro 2 will be launching soon and that it could actually take place in April 2021.

Google’s Titan Security Key Vulnerable To Cloning
To prevent their employees from being phished, Google introduced the Titan security key which they then released to the public. This is a USB dongle that authenticates the user whenever it’s plugged into the computer. It sounds like a pretty useful security tool, but it turns out that even such devices are not completely invulnerable to attacks.