Haloband sits on your wrist and connects to your smartphone so you can control it with just a tap or two.
Five Elements Robotics launches a Kickstarter to fund Budgee, a robot designed to follow you and carry your groceries, books, and gear.
The first transparent tablet, Grippity, promises an ergonomic device with dual-sided multi-touch typing.
They're also being marketed for corporate presentations. That'll go over well.
Now your videos can capture sights you didn't even know were there.
The makers of Ninja Blocks want to make your home smart enough to tell you where you left your phone and what the cat's doing, 24/7.
The Neptune Pine is a smartwatch that actually works as a standalone device. It's literally a mini smartphone on your wrist.
With this small attachment and smartphone app, you can actually pilot your paper airplanes.
Notch combines the concept of wearable technology with sensors that precisely track and capture body movement.
If you're a city dweller who needs to cart cargo around, this hollow square just might be for you.