If you were hoping for wireless Xbox One controller support for SteamOS, don't hold your breath. What we are getting, however, are a couple of bare-bones features that should have been in place to begin with.
A Japanese blog cites a source who says Apple intends to do away with the traditional 3.5mm headphone jack for the iPhone 7 and require users to hook up their cans via a Lightning connector or Bluetooth.
Among the features we can expect to see is a stream of data twice as fast with a range that is four times what today's Bluetooth provides. The range for this enhanced connectivity will be called Bluetooth Smart.
A godsend for those moms and dads who don't always have the time to read their precious tykes a bedtime story, Oliba is a Bluetooth-connected teddy bear tracker that also doubles as a storytelling machine.
Polar's A360 is a high-end fitness tracker that doesn't compromise on hardware, but delivers on price. It features a color display, GPS, a best-in-class heart-rate monitor, and more. It's $200, and on sale now.