One day you'll be able to check if your package has been mishandled, before you sign for it, with a special sensor and a smartphone app.
At CES, a company called Tetherboard was showing off Tethercell, a battery hack that allows wireless control of anything that runs on AAs.
This is probably the most useful invention the Western world has seen since sliced bread or radar or et. al. As everyone knows, you're most likely to lose your keys when in a rush, at which point you're forced to decide between risking an unlocked front door all day or being late. No more. Rejoin, friends. Deliverance is here.
If you thought only jerks in the '90s would tell you to "talk to the hand," then apparently you don't know anyone who owns a pair of these Hi-Call Bluetooth equipped gloves.
There are a number of Bluetooth watches floating around out there, but not many can be worn by a fashion-conscious fellow. Granted, fashion is a fairly subjective thing, but take a look at the watch liked prior. Not cutting it at a business meeting.
With almost everyone carrying a cellphone these days, the good old wrist watch has become more of a fashion accessory than an essential piece of equipment. This watch aims to change that, by working along with your smartphone to make a wrist piece you can talk to.
This little refrigerator magnet reminds me of the Bat-Signal, which you use in an emergency and Batman rescues you. This Bluetooth-enabled fridge magnet has that same power in a munchies emergency: all you have to do is touch it and a pizza shows up to rescue you from hunger.
One problem with skiing or snowboarding is that once you're flying down the slopes, it gets really difficult to communicate with your friends. These goggles have a built-in walkie-talkie system, that lets you stay in touch with up to six friends at once.
If you're a chronic misplacer of small items — or, Fek'lhr forbid, larger ones, too — then you've got some options, including keyrings that light up or make noise. Want a more robust option? The Cobra Tag uses Bluetooth, GPS and an app to form a little smartphone-and-key support network.
I love my iPhone, but when it comes to composing anything longer than a tweet, I often wish I could have my BlackBerry back. This mini wireless keyboard lets you add the functionality of some actual real buttons, to any phone with a crappy virtual touchscreen keyboard.