The Philips Hue lineup expands with three new outdoor fixtures and an outdoor sensor

Signify, formerly Philips Lighting, is once again expanding its lineup of outdoor Philips Hue lighting products. The company is showing three new wall-mounted fixtures and a Hue Outdoor sensor that can turn on any group of Hue lights—indoor or out—when someone walks by. The battery-powered, weather-resistant, wireless sensor can be …

Samsung and Bixby Entering into a New Partnership

Samsung is back into the business again and is reported to have been working on an another fitness wearable which is named the Galaxy Sport. The gadget has been named a codename ‘Pulse’ and the model number SM-R500. It is also being speculated that the device may be picked up …

Smart Alert for Mail (SAM) review: How to check your mailbox without leaving the house

The creator of Smart Alert for Mail obviously had a problem that no one else had been able to solve: Knowing when their mail had arrived. Enter Smart Alert for Mail—aka SAM—a gadget with a singular purpose, one which you’ve already figured out after reading this far. SAM comes in …

Kangaroo Motion Sensor review: This home security system only goes halfway

Motion sensors are an essential component of any home security system. But in Kangaroo’s current ecosystem, motion sensors are the only component. On the upside, that means you don’t need a central hub, because the sensors connect directly to your Wi-Fi network. What’s more, a single motion sensor can cover …

Japan’s New Solar-Powered “Second Skin” Device Revolutionizes Wearable Tech

Progresses in wearable technology have been quite mindblowing as of late but they pale in comparison to the one described in a new Nature study. The device in focus shines a poor light on the Apple Watch now decked out with an FDA-approved EKG sensor and Samsung’s smartwatches proving to …

A GPS Sports-Watch Called MARQ may be Garmin’s Next Wearable

Garmin is set to introduce an entirely new product lineup into the tech industry. This year, in June, a US federal trademark registration was put in for the “MARQ” brand. The Garmin trademark, MARQ, is classified as Computer & Software Products & Electrical & Scientific Products/Jewelry Products.Android Headlines were the …

Pliable, Micro-Batteries for Wearables

There have been developments in the technological world that are capturing the markets of the future– wearable technology. These wearables are movable frameworks that contain sensors to gather measurement data from our bodies. Providing power to these sensors without wires calls for malleable batteries that can adjust to the particular …

iHome iSB02 Wi-Fi Dual Leak Sensor review: This leak detector suffers from a flood of problems

iHome’s iSB02 Wi-Fi Dual Leak Sensor doesn’t live up to expectations. Where it should provide peace of mind and convenience, clunky setup and a glitchy app, along with inconsistent monitoring, make this sensor more hassle than it’s worth. That’s unfortunate, because few things are more devastating in a home than …

Rachio Wireless Flow Meter review: A watchful eye for irrigation leaks

Irrigation systems don’t have the best reputation for being user friendly. Adding a smart controller like Rachio’s to the mix goes a long way toward improving the user experience. Now Rachio is extending the intelligence of its top-notch controller one step further with its Wireless Flow Meter accessory. The Wireless …

Airthings Wave Plus review: real-time radon detection is this all-purpose air quality monitor’s best feature

Winter is an excellent time to test your home’s radon levels. When you close your windows and doors and rev up your furnace, you create an ideal environment for pulling the naturally occurring gas up from the soil and trapping it indoors. It’s tantamount to inviting a killer into your …