Fitbit needs little introduction to anyone familiar with fitness trackers, and today we're introduced to the Force, the latest wearable from the company. It looks a lot like the Flex, Fitbit's first efforts at a wristband tracker, but the Force adds a small LED display, and some additional features that comes with it.
LaCie and Porsche Design have teamed up to bring us this, the Porsche Design USB key that packs style and security into its diminutive frame. Coming in 16 and 32GB forms, you can pick one up now starting at $29.99, and lets be honest; it'll go great with your MacBook.
Ever wished you could set the kettle to boil the moment you woke up in a morning, just from your phone? Wish no longer as the iKettle is here, WiFi and iPhone app in tow! Available for £99.99 from British online retailer Firebox, the iKettle is available to pre-order now with general availability in 1-2 months.
Sonos has a new product in town, which despite not having been formally announced has been spotted on store shelves in the U.S. The Sonos Play:1 appears to be a smaller, lower priced entry point into the Sonos ecosystem – which of course can hook in to your iPhone or iPad and your iTunes music library – according to this image obtained by The Verge.
Say hello to Filip, AT&T's new connected wearable device aimed at your kids. Looking a little like a children's Galaxy Gear, Filip is part smart locator, part phone and part watch, and the connected part helps parents keep a tab on where their kids are at all times and provide a means of communication.
Kickstarter-funded mounts and stands for iOS devices and other electronics are nothing new. EleMount has raised interest, though, for its machined aluminum design, and if all goes well, it'll go into production shortly. EleMount's developers asked for $10,000 from Kickstarter backers and have gotten $169,100 so far, with 36 hours to go.
Belkin has introduced the Express Dock for iPad, which aims to make it easy to dock and charge your iPad, even if you use a case. The Express Dock uses a built-in Lightning-to-USB connector and a large base to charge the iPad 4 and iPad mini, as well as the iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, and iPhone 5s.
In Berlin, back in early September, Sony gathered members of the press together to introduce its fall range of products. Along side TVs, cameras and Android phones was the Cyber-shot QX10 and QX100. These 'lens cameras' are a unique product, in so much that there is a whole compact camera housed within something which looks just like a lens. The killer feature; the cameras connect to your iPhone or Android phone for that connected camera experience without the added expense of something like the Samsung Galaxy line of cameras. We've had a QX10 for a couple of weeks now, so is Sony onto a winner, or does it solve a problem that no-one really has? Let's find out.