Monster is getting into the lighting business with a new line called Monster Illuminessecence that consists of colour-changing LED lighting products for the home.
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Tile has announced a new line of hardware designs for its trackers that address one of the key pain points for users: removable batteries.
HP has introduced an interesting its Tango printer, which is fully app-based and voice activated, and comes housed in a compact and beautifully unique design.
Apple took the wraps off its newest Apple Watch at an event today, and the crowd went wild over one particular feature: the ability to take an electrocardiogram (ECG) using the new ECG app. Unfortunately, the feature will only be available in the U.S., and later this year. That said, the Apple Watch Series 4 has plenty more features, including several others that focus on fitness and health.
Fitbit has released the latest in its line of fitness trackers, the Charge 3, which offers a swimproof design, advanced health and fitness features, and up to seven days of battery life.
The new BeActiv S100 wireless fitness earphones add a new, and useful, element to the experience through the addition of heart rate sensors.
Casio has unveiled a throwback series in its retro-themed Baby-G watches, including the BG169R-2C, both of which translucent bodies, and bands with a matte finish in light blue with orange accents and light pink with red accents, respectively.
Casio G-Shock has announced the retail availability of the latest addition to its men's G-Steel line, the GSTB100XA-1A, which features a carbon bezel, sapphire crystal, and two-tone layered band.
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Happy Plugs, an audio company based in Stockholm, has unveiled its latest pair of fashion tech wireless headphones, the Ear Piece II.
Jam Audio, distributed in Canada through HoMedics Canada, has launched its new collection of wireless headphones and Bluetooth speakers, consisting of a dozen new products aimed at the youth market, and with fun, youthful names.