Definitely a nuisance to anyone in New York City that's attempting to quit smoking by using an e-cigarette, city officials have approved a measure that bans all use of electronic cigarettes in public areas.
Making the world a safer place for kids is a noble cause. But it will take more than a good heart and the best of intentions to make BeLuvv's Guardian worthy supplementing parental supervision. The demo left a bit to be desired.
Definitely a questionable product for developing infants, Fisher-Price is taking heat from parents over a newborn bouncy seat that includes a mount to attach an iPad for videos and other entertainment.
Ideal for parents that want to encourage learning before spending hours consuming entertainment, Kindle Fire tablets will soon have greater parental controls within the Kindle FreeTime application.
The best gifts for the worst-case scenario
Amazon's plan to use "drones" to deliver goods to customers might sound like a hair-brained idea (or, at least, one that most people don't want). But it's not as ridiculous as it sounds – and this is what needs to happen for Prime Air to take off.
After delivering pizzas, textbooks and emergency medical supplies, drones are now being employed to smuggle contraband into prisons in the US and Canada. Two recent attempts have been foiled by the authorities.
Tablets including the iPad mini and the next-generation games consoles have helped Walmart to a record-breaking Black Friday. Meanwhile, more of us are spending Thanksgiving shopping online than ever before.
Ideal for travelers or anyone that's constantly on their phone all day, the Jackery Fit external battery can quickly charge a smartphone and add up to 30 additional hours of talk time off a full charge.
Potentially ideal for anyone that happens to miss lots of phone calls or text messages, the Vybe smart bracelet uses vibration to notify users that they should check out their smartphone.
Designed to encourage sharing among friends and family members, the BitLock allows cyclists to lend out their bike to others while still being able to keep an eye on the bike's location.
Cookware giant Williams-Sonoma has just released a new cooking thermometer that can predict when your food will be done and shoot you notifications on your smartphone. Hit the jump to see what else it can do.
Ideal for homeowners that want to reduce their monthly water consumption, the Lono connects a sprinkler system to a home's Wi-Fi network and allows users to alter irrigation settings with a smartphone.
Designed to provide an additional layer of parental security for small children, the BeLuvv Guardian allows parents to track a child's location using a network of friends and mobile app interactivity.