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  • HipAir : Belt-worn airbag for the elderly to protect their hips in a fall

    Last year at CES a company called HELITE announced an airbag vest for motorcycle riders which got a lot of attention – well this year they’ve come out with a product for a completely different demographic – the Elderly. Hip’Air is a belt worn by the elderly which has...
  • Toyota launch the e-Palette

    Akio Toyoda, President of Toyota Motor Corporation today revealed a rather left of field take on the increasingly sexy topic of autonomous driving. The vision is called e-Palette and basically is a mobile shop that comes to you. The concept vehicle looks like a futuristic caravan, or as Toyota...
  • LG Televisions Can Be The Hub of the Smart Home

    Today at CES in Las Vegas, LG has announced their new TV line-up for 2018 and the key message is that they’re a lot smarter. Your new LG television will be able to interact with you in the same way you talk to Siri, or a Google speaker, this...
  • See Jabra in your ears and Speak with Alexa

    At CES in Las Vegas, Jabra were quick to announce three new products which will come to Australian ears this year. The line up as always is focused on an audio experience that will aim to be a step above the competition. While Jabra have been in the audio...
  • The Whirlpool Smart Kitchen extends to wearables and voice

    Today at CES in Las Vegas, Whirlpool have gone a step further with their appliances making them smarter and more integrated into our lives. When you consider the humble fridge, oven, microwave and dishwasher it is hard to imagine how they could be “smart” beyond knowing how to heat...
  • CES Vlog Day 2 – The Road Trip Begins

    In the second day of the trip we’ve now left LA and hit the road to the big city of lights. On the way we stop at a diner, visit Area 51, some military airfields and find a city that is empty… then VEGAS BABY!...
  • Stern Pinball Machines launches Guardians of the Galaxy machine at CES

    In 2018 you’d think one of the very last things you’d see at CES would be a pinball machine. But funnily enough the world’s oldest and largest producer of these arcade relics, Stern Pinball, is proudly displaying its wares right here in Las Vegas. It has many of its...
  • U by Moen: The Smart Home Enters the Bathroom

    If you’re building a house or plan to in the future, smart home appliances and connectivity has to be something that you think about to future proof your home. Here at CES, it’s all about the smart home and how these things are making our homes smarter and our...
  • Elgato Eve Button

    I love just about every smart device there is, my house is almost a monument to the so called “Internet of Things” (IoT). I have cameras, appliances, smoke alarms, lights, door and window sensors, and even a weather station that are all connected via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth to my...
  • The Smart Shoe that could prevent workplace injuries

    Workplace injuries are a real and ever increasing thing and companies are investing big money into minimising those injuries and getting workers back to work. Often the cause of injuries such as back and muscle injuries are hard to pinpoint, but thanks to new smart footware from ZhorTech, information...
  • The Toothbrush with Augmented Reality to help make kids tooth brushing fun!

    Generally, if you have an electric toothbrush you’re doing the best you can for your choppers. The humble toothbrush has come a long way with some even using Bluetooth and apps to help guide you through one of life’s most mundane tasks. But as is often the case at...
  • Moodo: The smart-home fragrance box

    In-home fragrances have always been a thing and most recently, mixing scented oils in diffusers to create smell recipes has really taken off. There has been a lot happening in the smart home space but what Moodo have come up with is a fragrance box designed to create a...
  • The Smart Pet Beds have Arrived

    Petrics have used CES Las Vegas to launch the Petrics Activity Tracker – a Fitbit for your dog. Pet lovers use what Petrics describe as, “one of the smallest collar communication devices available” to track your pet’s movements and activity while you are at work. You can check your...
  • Benjilock: The smart padlock that doesn’t require a smartphone

    We have seen in recent years of the release of smart padlocks. Padlocks that require bluetooth connection to your smart phone and unlocking it using an app. A company called Benjilock have announced something here at CES which is a smart padlock with a fingerprint reader built in. They...
  • Like a Thermomix, but for beer

    The PicoBrew is like a little Thermy only it makes beer, not hot wet rice. This little wonder replicates the beer brewing process in a machine that fits on your bench top. The folks at PicoBrew say, “it just makes sense that the freshest ingredients make the best and...
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