The OjO Commuter Scooter is a two-wheeled ride that hopes to convince adults that they haven't outgrown the toys of their youth. Described as a bike-lane-friendly ride, this may just be the answer to your daily commute.
After a successful pre-order release last year, Sense Labs, maker of the Sense home energy monitor, has announced general product availability, integration with IFTTT, and a $15 million series A round of financing.
Ossia, the Bellvue, Washington-based startup behind the Cota wireless device charger, envisions a world where over-the-air power is as ubiquitous as Wi-Fi. It expects the first few models to launch later this year.
Alexa is showing up everywhere, including in LG's upcoming Hub Robot. The voice-activated robot debuted at CES 2017. Unlike the Echo or Dot, it has a screen and works with an army of baby bots to control your smart home.
Meet the Ellipse, a connected smart lock from smart-city startup Lattis. The intuitive, solar-powered device aims to provide bicyclists the world over with a means for preventing unwanted theft and injury.
Gear manufacturers like Dainese already produce suits and jackets with built-in airbag technology, but In&motion wants to make such technology more accessible by cutting the price nearly in half with the apt-titled Smart Moto Airbag Vest.
Samsung is doubling down on its brainy appliances. At CES 2017, the company announced it would add its Family Hub 2.0 technology to three more refrigerator models to help make your kitchen a little bit smarter.
Taiwan's T3D is showing off a new 3D printer that uses light-sensitive resin and your smart device's screen to print out 3D objects. It will go on sale later this year for a fairly affordable price of $299.