Kami Smart Security Starter Kit review: Its low price tag is the one thing it has going for it

I was immediately intrigued by the pitch for Yi Technology’s Kami Home Security product: “You can set it up in five minutes!” Anything that makes smart-home tech simpler is a big win in my book. Alas, a savvy email pitch does not a reality make, and as it turns out, …

Ring Floodlight Cam review: An excellent choice—if you’re living in Ring’s ecosystem

Ring built a better mousetrap and quickly became the king of video doorbells. Lots of competitors followed, but few have a truly better doorbell. Ring wasn’t the first to integrate a video camera into an outdoor light—Netatmo introduced one in late 2016, and Kuna had one earlier than that—but if …

Nanit Plus baby-monitoring system review: This pricey tech will soothe anxious parents

The whole purpose of baby monitors is to observe our little ones and confirm they’re all right. High-resolution cameras are useful for seeing if they’re awake or still sleeping, and to make sure they haven’t rolled over or have a loose blanket over their face. But the typical baby monitor …

Pocketnow Daily: Huawei Mate 30 Pro vs Galaxy Note 10+ Camera: Woah. (video)

Fossil’s latest Wear OS watches have 1GB RAM, smart battery modes, Snapdragon Wear 3100 Fossil is launching their new Carlyle HR and Juliana HR Gen 5 smartwatches. They both are 44m watches that are 12mm thick, they bring a 1.28in OLED, stainless steel body, rotating power button and the Snapdragon …

Blue Line Innovations EnergyCloud review: A simpler way to monitor your home’s power consumption

With electricity prices going up all over the country, it makes sense to track your home’s power consumption at a higher level than just looking at your monthly utility bill. While there are smart solutions for tracking usage for particular outlets, Blue Line Innovations’ EnergyCloud ($199) takes a whole-home approach …

Facebook Getting Into the Concept of Controlling AR Wearables with Brain

Facebook issued a long statement regarding the Brain to Computer Interface (BCI) and how it could become a way to control and access interfaces with augmented reality. This statement coincides with a research paper of UCSF which was published under the name of “Real-time decoding of question-and-answer speech dialogue using …

Galaxy Watch Active 2 by Samsung: Leaks and Specs

After a very successful run of Galaxy Watch Active, Samsung is about to release its successor to the market. A new render of this successor has been leaked online. A 44mm dial black variant is shown in a leaked photo online along with a 40mm dial variant in rose gold. …

GetTM: A Bracelet That Cuts Down Your Screen Addiction

A brand new bracelet has hit the markets that reduces your addiction to the screens. This bracelet called GetTM is designed specially to tackle the problem most of us have in this new age of technology. This bracelet brings authentication via fingerprints, bone conduction technology, voice command control, payments and …

A Strange New Wearable by Sony Blow Chilled Air Around Your Neck to Fight Heat

If you are having a hard time dealing with the summers, worry not because Sony has come up with a solution for you in the shape of a wearable AC. This air conditioner is a portable device that can be worn with your shirt. It works by blowing chilly conditioned …

FitBit Tests Its Pulse Ox Sensor, Doesn’t Confirm Any Release Dates

FitBit is yet to officially release its oxygen sensor called Pulse Ox and roll it out for its wristbands. As the things are right now, it appears that we will have to wait further to see this feature coming out of it’s testing phase. Versa, Charge 3 and Ionic have …