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Wearables

Is your dog feeling ill? Does he need to go potty? Tracy Trackers use AI to tell you

Tracy Trackers aren't your average pet wearable -- the device uses artificial intelligence to monitor your dog's sleeping, eating, and drinking patterns to give you an overview of your dog's health. The best part? It gets better…
Computing

Researchers break wireless bandwidth record with 6-gigabit connection

A German research team has broken new ground in wireless data communication by achieving the highest transmission rate to date while beaming information across a span of 23 miles.
Mobile

OtterBox jumps on the modular train with a stylish iPhone case

OtterBox is doing something different with its new Universe Case System: modules. It still offers some decent protection, but swapping out upgrades is the priority. The amount of module support puts LG's G5 and Friends platform to shame.
Home

Cirrent will connect your smart home devices to the internet right out of the box

Launching this week at Connections in San Francisco, Cirrent's new service allows for easier and safer Wi-Fi connections for smart home products. The company offers quick connections as soon as a device is unboxed.
Mobile

Adonit’s Pixel stylus offers unique features when paired with compatible apps

Adonit has introduced a new stylus that works best when paired with compatible apps via Bluetooth. You'll get features to offset correction, accidental palm rejection, along with access to shortcut buttons like undo, redo, and…
Wearables

Pebble kickstarts two new smartwatches, plus the screenless Core

Pebble may have recently laid off 25 percent of its workforce, but the company is trying to revive growth with three new devices on Kickstarter. Meet the Pebble Time 2, the Pebble 2, and the company's first non-smartwatch, the Pebble Core.
Health & Fitness

Miracle medical moment as legally blind man sees with bionic eye

After 40 years of limited vision following a fungal infection, John Jameson now can see again thanks to a breakthrough surgery that placed a small telescope in his eye. The crowning moment was when Jameson saw his wife for the first time.
Home

Indoor air is five times as polluted as outdoor air, but Molekule can help

Rather than just filter and trap indoor pollutants, Molekule smart home indoor air purifier breaks them down into harmless molecular particles. Molekule can clean the air in a 600-square-foot room in 60 minutes.
Mobile

Who needs a cashier? Pepper the robot takes your order and accepts MasterCard

Powered by MasterCard's MasterPass Digital Wallet, Pepper the robot can now approve your transaction to order pizza. Pizza Hut Asia, a launch partner, will be integrating Pepper into its locations toward the end of 2016.
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QuickStix aim to make you a master of chopsticks

Your days of dropping food from your chopsticks may be numbered. QuickStix has launched a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign for its new reusable chopsticks, which aim to make you a pro.
Features

Before China becomes a tech superpower, it needs to face its copying conundrum

China wants to be a tech superpower, but a well-known reputation for shamelessly copying innovators is giving the country’s manufacturers a bad name, and obscuring their own innovations.