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CES 2014 was full of wearable tech from calorie counters to watches and everything in between. We have all seen the reports that head injuries like concussions are on the rise due to sports related injuries. Reebok has made it a top priority to make sure that when an injury occurs, it can be better assessed. The...
I normally think about cases as a way to protect my phone not the phone protecting me, but the Yellow Jacket Stun Gun smartphone case does both. It has a high powered 950,000 volt stun gun built right into the case. Wondering the floor at CES I saw all kinds of neat stuff, limited time kept me from looking at...
Most people treat their pets as members of their family which means that they are concerned with the health of their dog or cat just as they are their own health. PETBIT allows you to track your pet's activity in real time 24 hours a day. By using the PETBIT Activity Tracker and the PETBIT app you can...
CES 2014 was not just about 3D printing, curved TVs, or the latest tablet. There was also a huge focus on items to help you get healthy and stay healthy. One of the newest products by the Netatmo company is called June. June is a fashionable...
Wirefly, for a limited time, will help you cash in with an extra $50 Visa Gift Card when you switch your existing mobile number to Verizon Wireless and buy the ...
While at CES 2014, I was able to get my hands on some great new technology. One of my favorites was the new lineup of Samsung tablets. The lineup consists of a new Galaxy NotePro 12.2, TabPro 12.2, TabPro, 10.1, and TabPro 8.4.
The NotePro 12.2 and TabPro 12.2 are almost identical except that the NotePro comes equipped with the integrated Samsung S-Pen. The S-Pen is a stylus that helps...