For today's DT Deals, we're doing a throwback - way back - to the era when people still used landline handset phones. Except this one can connect to your smartphones and tablets regardless of OS!
Definitely an awesome way to order a beer while listening to your favorite band on stage, the OppiKoppi Beer Drone will send a cold one floating down from above to your GPS location.
Creating a way for parents to share information about the spread of illnesses within a school, the Kinsa smart thermometer taps into smartphone technology to replace the traditional thermometer.
Designed to help dog owners keep an eye on their pet throughout the day, the FitBark records and relays information regarding a dog's activity levels to the owner's smartphone through a mobile app.
The future of the war between the heroic Autobots and somewhat less heroic Decepticons may be in your hands - or, at least, the hands of multiple fans who can participate in the creation of the newest Transformer in an online poll.
If you thought Skype and Facetime had broken technological barriers in phone sex, wait until you see app-controlled vibrating underwear.
The Bluetooth Smart Trigger from Satechi is a small lightweight receiver that lets you remotely operate your camera's shutter from a smartphone or tablet, ideal for group shots, long exposures, and time-lapse videos. We go hands on with one.
If we’re going to be forced to wear glasses and watches again, then here 7 other technologies we’d like to bring back from the dead.
We stopped by Top Chef season 9 winner Paul Qui's food truck heaven, SouthBites, for a quick chat about the equipments in his dream kitchen. We don't know how to use any of 'em, but boy do they sound cool.
Combining the act of posting a tweet with popping off a few colorful paintball pellets, the Paintbot is an interesting combination of the open-source Arduino platform and Twitter hashtags.
Zephyr Technologies CEO Brian Russell has worked with everyone from Under Armour to Navy SEALS while developing innovations that increasingly drive consumer technologies.
Definitely useful to have when attempting to track down and arrest a hit-and-run driver, the 'Helmet of Justice' starts recording video from all angles the moment that an accident happens.
As traditional home security services continue to require multi-year contracts with hefty monthly fees, the Scout security system utilizes high-tech connectivity to provide inexpensive home security.
Is walking too tedious and daunting of a task for you, my human friend? If you can't be bothered to take a few steps toward your destination, hop on Inventist's line of "People Movers" to get you where you're headed semi-safely.
Cleaning windows suck. Who wants to keep their arms raised and swipe back and forth for an hour? If you have a home full of windows, the Spider-Man-esque Winbot may be what you're looking for.
We reveal our picks for the best iPod Touch games available now from iTunes so you can get some glorious gaming on your iPod while on the go.
When was the last time you rewarded yourself with nice present? How about we give you one right now for half off this Sub-Zero Helicopter set?
While many Americans are conscious of specific health issues, digital fitness trackers are being ignored when monitoring fitness and dietary metrics.
Sometimes the best thing a tech company can do is go back to what it's best at. Logitech, one of the biggest names in PC accessories for 30 years, announced on Thursday that it will stop making video game console controllers.
Even bigger phones, higher-resolution TVs and one show-stopping surprise are all in the cards for next year’s CES.
Designed for anyone that habitually relies on the snooze button to avoid getting up, the singNshock alarm clock offers a jolt of electricity to start the day.
Advancing the traditional design of the fitness tracker, the Amiigo bracelet can differentiate between various exercises and track entire workouts.
ASUS is launching a 150-dollar tablet for emerging markets and frugal customers everywhere, but is it worth the investment compared to other low-cost tablets?
This year’s CES brought an unexpected bevvy of exciting hardware, including these gadgets Rob Enderle can’t wait to pry out his wallet for.
Perfect for Fitbit users that forget to wear their tracking device each day, the Fitbit Flex can stay wrapped around the wrist all day and night.
Nokia's fourth-quarter earnings show a return to the black for the struggling company, thanks in large part to the success of its Windows Phone 8 devices.
PDP’s CES 2013 announcements included the new Prysmatic gaming headset, an update to the already impressive Afterglow.
HTC has reported its Q4 profits, and they're the icing on a cake filled with disappointment for the manufacturer.
The user review has been around online shopping practically since online shopping’s been around, but it doesn’t appear to have affected the quality of products that are produced. Why not?
Describing the Google Glass project as "complicated", team leader Babak Parviz said in a recent interview his engineers were currently working on incorporating head gestures, voice control and phone functionality into the high-tech specs, using a battery…