Money saving habits are one of the most important and essential skills to have in life. It is hard and […]
With everything from pill bottles to air fresheners to strollers and breast pumps now connected to the web, the Internet […]
Straight up, 2016 was fucked. You know it, we know it, and Miss Cleo knew it before any of us. What […]
Imagine you’re living la vida loca Silicon Valley style and can effortlessly afford to own a $700 cold press juicer; […]
Making the perfect cup of tea is a bit more complex than most think; there’s a lot more to it than […]
Traveling can be fun or annoying, and sometimes certainly both. While traveling, all kinds of things can ruin the mood; over-packing (and […]
We could all use a little extra help in the kitchen. Thanks to the Internet of Things, and some succulent […]
Taking photos with our phones has become an almost reflex response to seeing something cool. While some of us have mastered […]
Most alarm clocks just badger you to wake up. The Kello smart alarm clock, now on Kickstarter, actually has the intelligence to help improve your sleep and integrate with your smart home.
Fall is a time for branching out and embracing diversity. Companies large, medium and small are looking for new bounties outside […]
If you aren’t doing it standing, you’re not doing it right. I’m talking about work, ya perverts. Researchers have found […]
The EPA has shown that indoor air can be considerably more polluted than outdoor air. So trying to escape the […]
Anglers have always had the option of recording fishing stats—number of catches, locations, etc.—in manual logs. The process is a tremendous […]
If you enjoy a morning cup of Joe, you’ve probably sampled cold brew coffee. The main reason consumers prefer cold […]
Hillary Clinton recently released a detailed initiative for the future of technology and innovation in the United States. Now that she […]
LAFORGE is a startup offering a line of prescription-grade, smart glasses with keen eye for the future of fashion tech. The […]
Bagel is a reinvented, smart tape measure, complete with a companion smartphone app, that enables you to make pinpoint measurements, save […]
I feel like 90% of my day consists of reminding my kids to clean up, get their pajamas on, brush their […]
It turns out you don’t need a firearm and a mean mug to protect your turf. Robert Bond, a Systems […]
Baby monitors have been around since the 1930’s but there hasn’t been much innovation in the space for a while. For […]
I like to refer to the 1980’s as “the good ol’ days”. Our computers were enormous, our action heroes weren’t […]
If you didn’t think you needed a smart umbrella, you haven’t seen the Oombrella. Using Bluetooth, crowdsourcing and a connected app, this handy device will alert you of incoming weather conditions, remind you when you’ve left it behind, and can even notify you of incoming calls or alerts.
Mirrors are a great way to enhance any room, plus they’re also essential for taking selfies at home and in […]
Knocki is a smart device that sends texts, turns on TVs, dims lights, and all kinds of other things, with a simple knock on any surface. Like the old-school Clapper, you can knock to activate, but, unlike the Clapper, it promises to be reliable and flexible, connecting with many other smart devices to make the smart home a reality.
Startup life can be tough. At any age and at any stage. It’s especially tough to find the time to […]
Detroit Startup Week wrapped up last Friday. Can startups and these kinds of events finally re-rev the city’s business engine? We provide the rundown on all the events from this Chase Bank-sponsored event in the motor city.
In a bid from Challenge.gov to reduce drunk driving, these four companies received awards from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism for their non-invasive wearables that measure blood alcohol content.
With the slogan of “Coffee Meets Tech”, Doers claims that they are the world’s first “Digital 100% Custom Roastery,” and their app allowing you to create your own craft coffee may prove it.
Most fitness tracker technology comes to us in the form of wearables, which makes sense since they focus on tracking activity. […]
FlipFlic, now available through Kickstarter, automates the opening and closing of blinds with temperature and light sensors and a mobile application. This targeted smart-home device might represent a highly focused gadget for the internet of things.
In the latest of questionable Internet of Things devices, Kuvee has created a Wi-Fi-enabled wine bottle with a touch-screen and built in wine preserver to keep their payload fresh well beyond its normal life expectancy. It seems Indiegogo’s users think the idea is one worth backing.
With Amazon Dash Replenishment Service we no longer have to order things like water filters, detergent or pet food. When they’re low, they order themselves. The impact on competition, advertising and ecommerce remains to be seen.
Communicating is such a nuisance. Form thoughts, translate them into words, move your mouth (or your fingers) to form the […]
Smart home hardware has gathered momentum in recent times, spurred primarily by startups obsessed with cashing in on the imminent […]
The Internet of Things revolution has been a long time coming, and we’re slowly but surely heading into a time […]
If you’re a lover of all things technology, you know to keep the festive spirit going past New Year’s Eve […]
Minority Report totally called this one. But also Iron Man…and a bunch of other sci-fi movies set in what is […]
By now we know that almost every B2C software company out there is after our data. Social networks, search engines, […]
As the 2015 Comic-Con in San Diego, CA draws to a close, the SnapMunk team thought it would be fun […]