Although Apple hasn’t been interested in making any moves into the NFC payments arena, other companies are a little more pro-NFC, as Incipio and AT&T have partnered to produce the Cashwrap Mobile Wallet Case, an iPhone case that supports NFC and the Isis Mobile Wallet app.
SteelSeries began accepting pre-orders for its MFi-certified Stratus gaming controller earlier this month for $99.99. The controllers are available as of today, and they come with a welcome new feature, a lowered price of $79.99.
You know you’ve wanted to fly through outer space with RS-D2 along for the ride. Well, tis may be as close as you’ll ever come, but it’s still pretty damn cool…
Sennheiser has unveiled two new high-end PC gaming headsets – G4ME™ ZERO and G4ME™ ONE – the headsets are also compatible with the Mac line of computers.
We covered the original Yellow Jacket stun gun/iPhone 4 case back in July of 2012. Now at CES, the company is showing off a new and improved version of the self-defense capable case that will protect both you and your iPhone 5/5s.
Dell teased an “under $1,000” 28-inch 4K monitor last month, and today at CES 2014, Dell came through. And the display carries a very attractive price tag of just $699.
In the Spring of 2013 we had some fun with analyst Brian White’s claim of an “iRing” that would be used to control the Apple television set that he was predicting would soon be on its way. It turns out he was right about an “iRing.”
ZAGG always has some cool things to introduce at CES, and this year is no exception, as the company is introducing a new line of portable batteries and power products, alongside the introduction of invisibleSHIELD On Demand, and invisibleSHIELD GLASS.
Many predicted this year’s CES show would be all about “wearable technology.” Well, OhMiBod’s blueMotion massager ($129) is definitely wearable tech. The kind that you wear, um… Down there…
While Pebble may have gotten the lion’s share of attention in the smartwatch space at CES 2014 so far, Meta, maker of the MetaWatch has confirmed that they are far from being out of the game just yet, with an announcement of their new premium smartwatch line set to launch this spring.
Olloclip, maker of the popular 4-in-1 Olloclip for the iPhone, has announced that it will make a dedicated camera lens kit for the popular Apple iPad Air and iPad mini tablets. The new lens kit will cost around $70.
Now that you’ve got that new Mac Pro in your hot little hands, you may be looking for a 4K monitor to use with your new precious. Well, we’ve got good news for you at CES 2014, because it looks like some “inexpensive” 4K monitors are on the way soon.
inMarket today begins rolling out iBeacons to its grocery stores, including Safeway and Giant Eagle locations in Seattle, San Francisco, and Cleveland. The Bluetooth LE beacons will be installed at the entryway of over 200 stores in the near future.
Pebble has announced the release of a new member of the Pebble family, the $249 “Pebble Steel.” The new smartwatch, is made of forged and CNC-machined stainless steel. The company also announced their Pebble appstore will open in late January.
In the wake of previous iOS 7 compatible game controller releases from Logitech and MOGA, gaming peripheral company SteelSeries has announced its Stratus iOS 7 gaming controller. Breaking rank with Logitech and MOGA’s offerings, the Stratus does not connect directly to the iOS device, but instead connects wirelessly via Bluetooth.
Seagate has announced the second generation of its Seagate Backup Plus external storage drive at CES 2014. The Seagate Backup Plus Slim offers a USB 3.0 connection, and can store up to 2TB.