2017 News Coverage

Our absent mindedness is really giving a niche industry the opportunity to boom. In addition to Chipolo, Tile, and other such makers of small tags meant to help you find what you’ve lost, there is TrackR.  While its competitors might give you a general sense of where you left your wallet or your glasses or your remote, TrackR claims to lead you directly to them. At CES, the company is introducing two new products: the TrackR pixel and the TrackR wallet 2.0. Read...

Under-promise and over-deliver, that is what’s happening with Nuheara’s IQbuds. Starting on Tuesday, IQbuds are shipping to backers from the crowdfunding Indiegogo campaign and will be released to the general public in March. When we first wrote about Nuheara’s hearable in December, the company wouldn’t commit to a shipping date beyond 2017, as it was awaiting certification approvals. But now the shipping cat is out of the bag for Nuheara’s assistive audio wearables. Read More...

Consumer technology and electronics will be sharing center stage at CES 2017 with a variety of celebrities as a number of Hollywood stars, professional athletes, TV personalities, and musicians will be on-scene at the annual tech and gadgets trade show this week in Las Vegas.  The celebs are there to discuss and promote the various pieces of technology that the mainstream public will likely be seeing all around them in the coming future. Read More...

In just a few days, hundreds of thousands will pour into Las Vegas for the Consumer Electronics Show (CES). Over the years, the convention that was traditionally attended by gamers and tech enthusiasts has grown into a showroom for the future—a glimpse into what’s to come for every industry. And while fashion may not be front and centre amidst a sea of television screens and drones, it’s certainly finding its way in. As technology creeps closer to the skin, we’re seeing...