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  • Watch The TechCrunch CES Live Stream Right Here

    Watch The TechCrunch CES Live Stream Right Here

    CES is the world’s largest consumer electronics trade show, giving attendees the opportunity to check out the latest and greatest in gadgetry and the highest possible chance of contracting influenza. As gadget connoisseurs, we obviously jumped at the chance to be a part of it, just as we have in years past. We have loads of content for you, from live roaming of the CES show floor to… Read More

  • A Space Black Milanese Loop Band For Apple Watch Spotted On Apple’s Online Store

    A Space Black Milanese Loop Band For Apple Watch Spotted On Apple’s Online Store

    Whoops! It appears Apple accidentally leaked imagery and details regarding a new Apple Watch band, a “Space Black” Milanese Loop, which briefly appeared on various international Apple Store websites, including the one in the Czech Republic. The band was posted earlier today before quickly being brought down. Apple’s online listing didn’t include pricing details or a way… Read More

  • Google Announces New Chromecast Audio And Android TV Hardware Partners

    Google Announces New Chromecast Audio And Android TV Hardware Partners

    You could be forgiven if you had already forgotten about Android TV, but Google’s one-year-old Android-based successor to its ill-fated Google TV project is still around and kicking. Today, Google announced a number of new hardware partners for Android TV, as well as a number of new partners who plan to build Chromecast Audio — it’s recently launched audio version of… Read More

  • Identilock Is A Mobile Gun Lock That Keeps Firearms Secure

    Identilock Is A Mobile Gun Lock That Keeps Firearms Secure

    If a parent makes the choice to keep a firearm in their home, a key decision that follows should be how to keep the kids safe. Launching today from CES 2016 Battlefield is Identilock, a smart gunlock that allows users to biometrically secure their gun and unlock it within a second at what their team claims is a 100% accuracy rate thanks to the company’s specialized IP. Read More

  • The URB-E Is A Foldable Electric Scooter For The Urban Commuter

    Debuting in prototype-form at CES a few years ago, the URB-E is finally ready for the spotlight. Weighing just under 35 pounds, the foldable scooter can carry an adult up to 20 miles at a top speed of around 15 MPH. Today at CES I met with the URB-E team, and they walked me through their new product. Read More

  • Oculus Rift Headset Priced At $599 For Consumers, Starts Shipping In March

    Oculus Rift Headset Priced At $599 For Consumers, Starts Shipping In March

    It’s been a long wait but the price-tag for the consumer version of the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset has finally been confirmed now that pre-orders are open — and it costs $599 (plus shipping). Read More

  • Casio Releases An Android Wear Watch That You Can Beat Up

    Casio Releases An Android Wear Watch That You Can Beat Up

    Casio, the biggest name in rugged sports watches, has dipped a cautious toe into the smartwatch space with their new WSD-F10. This watch features a dual LCD/LED touchscreen and a battery life of about a day. It also features a rugged case and band in line with Casio’s Edifice and Protrek series of sports watches. It also features an internal altimeter, barometric pressure sensor, and… Read More

  • Misfit Debuts Spector, “Smart” Headphones That Double As A Fitness Tracker

    Misfit Debuts Spector, “Smart” Headphones That Double As A Fitness Tracker

    Wearables maker Misfit, now owned by Fossil, is following up on yesterday’s news of Ray, a slimmer alternative to its flagship fitness tracker the Misfit Shine, with the launch of its first set of in-ear wireless headphones. Called “Spector,” Misfit says the idea was to create a “smart hearable” product – headphones that actually work like a fitness… Read More

  • A Look Back At Some CES Hot Air

    A Look Back At Some CES Hot Air

    In 2006 I was “leading” a team of Gizmodo reporters at CES from my underground lair in deepest Brooklyn. My son had just been born in December and I decided to stay home so I’d chat with the team over Campfire and tell them to look at stuff. It rarely worked. But one thing got their attention: the Quantum Disk from the Atom Chip Corporation. The system was making waves because… Read More

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