Onecue lets you use gestures to control your appliances. It works with devices that use infrared or Wi-Fi remote control, no wires needed. However, like a standard remote it will need line of sight for infrared transmissions.
A basketball shot tracker that uses a net-mounted sensor and a wearable sensor along with a mobile device to distinguish and record makes and misses using a regular basketball. Its mobile app has a variety of workouts and drills.
It has an anodized aluminum case and a built-in microUSB or Lightning cable for both charging and syncing. Available in 3000mAh, 5000mAh, 7000mAh and 12000mAh capacities. The latter two models have a USB charging port.
An Android media stick that plugs in between your cable box and HDTV. Switch between live TV and digital content by snapping, clapping, whistling or by shaking your phone. A small window shows live TV when you’re on Playmute.
A frying pan with a temperature sensor and Bluetooth connectivity. Its iOS and Pebble apps come with recipes and step-by-step instructions. You can also record your own recipes or just monitor the pan’s temperature through the apps.
ARCHT Audio claims that its ARCHT One speaker delivers sound evenly across all heights and directions. Its patented Sound Array component redirects sound from the transducers to fill its surroundings.
A rugged and portable K-Cup-compatible coffeemaker. Its chassis is crushproof, dustproof, rustproof and water-resistant, while its removable 2.5L tank is spillproof. It also has a separate hot water dispenser.
A tiny cable at a tiny price. inCharge is a flexible charge and sync cable that’s just an inch tall when folded. It has a magnetic clasp so you can easily fold it around a keyring. Available in Lightning and microUSB.
A top heater, convection heater, microwave oven and cooking assistant. Its touchscreen and recipe store gives you step by step instructions. You can also let it set the time and temperature settings based on what you’re cooking.
A protective case for the iPad Air and iPad Air 2 that comes with a pair of thin stereo speakers. It lasts up to 7 hours per charge, and because it pairs via Bluetooth 4.0 it can be used to play audio from other devices as well.
Kuna is an alternative to standard outdoor lights. Aside from being a stylish lamp, it’s also a discreet security system. It comes with a webcam, a microphone, a motion sensor and an alarm that you can all control through a mobile app.
A matchbox-sized woofer that you clip onto your body. It amplifies low frequency sound and turns it into vibrations, giving headphone users extra depth and feedback. It has three vibration levels and works with 3.5mm jacks.
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