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The NFL could switch to precise tech tracking with Wilson's sensor-studded football of the future

Wilson the NFL's official football manufacturer, and they are well on their way to developing a high-tech chip connected and totally trackable football. It will be released at Super Bowl 50 events, and could be in official NFL gameplay by…
Home Theater

Watch: Philips’ new Izzy BM5 Bluetooth speaker does multiroom audio differently 1:47

We go hands on with Philips' new shot at multiroom audio, the Izzy BM5 wireless speaker. Trading Wi-Fi for extended-range Bluetooth, the Izzy BM5 is a whole new take on the burgeoning genre.

Logitech’s new Bluetooth keyboard can quickly switch between up to three devices

Logitech is aiming to help creatives work anywhere with the introduction of the new K380 Multi-Device Bluetooth Keyboard and M535 Bluetooth Mouse. The keyboard will work with multiple devices for ease of access.
Home Theater

Any source, any room: Philips introduces Izzy multiroom Bluetooth speaker

Philips has unveiled a new kind of multi-room sound solution at IFA 2015 in Berlin. Called Izzy, the system uses Bluetooth to connect multiple speakers together and source music from any music service on your phone or tablet.
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New Bluetooth alternative sends its signal using your body’s magnetic field

Ultra-low power wearable technology is about to get very interesting thanks to a new wireless transmission system that uses your body’s natural magnetic waves to carry a data signal across devices. The technology is being developed by…

Fed up with chintzy tablet keyboards? LG’s Rolly fits fours rows in your pocket

With a four-hinge folding system, LG's Rolly is a truly mobile tablet keyboard that doesn't compromise on the typing experience, and it fits in your pocket. It will be available in September for an undisclosed price.

Verizon’s Hum gives your old car a new brain

Hum, a little Verizon gizmo with a friendly name, brings the safety and diagnostic capabilities of a brand-new car to models that have already been on the road for nearly two decades.
Home Theater

When sound matters but you can’t skimp on style, you want NAIM’s $1,500 Mu-so

The NAIM Mu-so is a proud member of a very exclusive club of ultra-premium wireless speakers. Its design is second to none, and its sound quality will bowl listeners over, though it failed to win us over. We wouldn't buy one, but we bet…

Sharing photos with everyone at an event just got much easier, thanks to the Slide app

Want everyone in the room to see the picture you just took? Slide lets you share images with strangers via Bluetooth. There are no contacts in the app. You can just push photos to anyone you want who is within 200 feet of you.

Microsoft’s Bluetooth keyboard brings laptop functionality to tablets

Tablets might be great for many things, but typing isn't one of them. Instead of just suggesting people buy one of its Surface devices, Microsoft is looking to market a new, universal Bluetooth keyboard that's under $100.

This alarm clock automatically plays your favorite tunes to wake you up

The HomTime C1pro looks a lot like an alarm clock; it displays time, indoor temperature, has a USB charging station, and can sync up with your Bluetooth-enabled devices.