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AARP Says Tech is Key to Connecting Generations

There are over 1.6 billion people over the age of 50 worldwide, with 111 million living in the U.S. alone. While many are computer literate there are others who can't make the most of current technology. Read More
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The New Electronics Consumer Is Not Who You Think It Is

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has officially kicked off today in Las Vegas and it's just as you expected. Wearables, hearables, Audi's autonomous car, smart homes, 3D pens from Polaroid and everything in between. Lots of news around…
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Rapael Smart Glove is not the NES Power Glove, it's better

Seeing the Rapael glove in-person at CES, I had flashbacks to the NES Power Glove. The Rapael with its nine-axis movement sensor, bending sensors and 32-bit microcontrollers is more advanced in nearly every way. But the Rapael, as the Power…
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Brain-training sunglasses, hearables and more: Top new sports tech at CES 2017

LAS VEGAS – New year, new you, or just new. A host of companies are busy showing off their latest tech at the Consumer Electronics Show, which opens Jan 5. in Las Vegas. And nestled among the 3D printers and the robots and the smart homes…
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Halo Sport

A big part of improving coordination and other skills is the process of forging robust neuromuscular connections through repetition. Read More
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Peleton Wants You To Keep Spinning Your Wheels When You Travel

Peloton, the high-tech fitness startup whose interactive exercise bikes let people pedal along at home to live-streamed workout routines, is expanding into the out-of-home market for the first time. The company today is announcing a new industrial-grade…