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The Humane Ai Pin is a $699 screen-free wearable designed to replace your smartphone

Human beings have developed a love/hate relationship with smartphones over the past two decades. They’re devices many of us can’t imagine living without… but they’re also frustrating gadgets that demand too much of our time and attention. A startup called Humane has been teasing a smartphone alternative for much of the year, and now the […]

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Sol Reader’s E Ink headset is a wearable eReader

There are a growing number of headsets that promise to immerse you in virtual or augmented reality for gaming, design, collaboration, or work. The Sol Reader headset doesn’t do any of those things. Instead the startup’s lightweight head-mounted display is basically an eBook reader that you wear. Sol Reader says its headset is coming in […]

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This DIY cyberdeck is a retrofuturistic wearable workstation for hacking on the go

Cyberdecks may have begun as a fictional type of portable computer that hackers could use to “jack in” to cyberspace, but now that technology has caught up to science fiction in a lot ways, there’s a thriving scene of makers who create real-world cyberdecks. The Кибердек RA01 is one of the more impressive models I’ve […]

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Xupermask is a high-tech $299 face mask from Will.i.am and Honeywell (for some reason)

Face masks have become a common, if sometimes controversial, sight over the course of COVID-19 pandemic. Single-use N95, KN95, and KF94 masks offer reasonably good protection, while reusable fabric masks may be less effective, but they can still help prevent the spread of the virus. And then there are the high-tech masks, like Razer’s Project […]

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Xiaomi Mi Smart Band 6 has a bigger screen, SpO2 sensor and $35 starting price ($53 outside of China)

Xiaomi’s latest activity tracker has a 1.56 inch AMOLED touchscreen display that’s about 50-percent larger than the one used in the company’s previous model. The Xiaomi Mi Smart Band 6 also adds support for Sp02 measurement in addition to the usual heart rate monitoring, sleep tracking, and step counting features. It also continues to be […]

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Razer is actually going to sell its high-tech face mask with RGB lights

Razer has a long history of using the Consumer Electronics Show to unveil concept devices that may never turn into real products. But that high-tech, reusable N95 face mask with RGB lighting the company showcased at virtual CES in January? That’s going to be a real thing you can buy. In an interview with Yahoo […]

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Amazon introduces Halo Band fitness tracker and service

Amazon has already taken baby steps into the wearable gadget space with its Alexa-enabled Echo Buds true wireless earbuds and Echo Frames eyeglass frames. Now the company is coming after Apple and Google/Fitbit with a new health & fitness wearable called the Amazon Halo Band. It’s a $100 wristband that’s designed to track your physical activities (including […]

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Oppo Watch is a $215 Apple Watch clone (powered by Android)

Remember when Chinese phone makers had a habit of cloning iPhones and slapping their own Android-based software on them? That doesn’t happen quite as much as it used to. But Oppo is reviving the practice… for watches. The company’s first smartwatch looks like a very nice device for a reasonable price. But the Oppo Watch also […]