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  • CubeSensors Releases Three New Cube Sensors To Keep You Safe And Dry

    CubeSensors Releases Three New Cube Sensors To Keep You Safe And Dry

    Original participants in our world-famous(TM) Hardware Battlefield, the folks at CubeSensors are back with three new devices that promise to make our lives a bit better. The original CubeSensors were little boxes containing a few environmental sensors. These let you know how much nasty stuff was in your air – particulate matter and the like – and systems of measuring temperature… Read More

  • CubeSensors Now Sensing Sleep

    CubeSensors Will Now Monitor Your Sleeping Environment

    CubeSensors is a startup that makes small, pretty stylish, connected devices that monitor rooms, feeding back information about air quality, temperature, and other things. It was a star performer at our TechCrunch Hardware Battlefield during CES 2014. It’s now produced an update to its Cubes which monitors your bedroom environment to help you get a good night’s sleep. CubeSensors… Read More

  • CubeSensors Brings Health And Comfort Monitoring To The Whole Home

    CubeSensors Brings Health And Comfort Monitoring To The Whole Home

    In the future, you’re home will know you just as well as your smartphone does. The era of the connected smart home is upon us, and that all starts with sensors. CubeSensors, a competitor in our CES 2014 Hardware Battlefield, is looking to help you track the health and comfort of your home the same way wearable fitness trackers like the Fitbit Force and Nike Fuelband measure your health. Read More

  • CubeSensors Extend The Concept Of The Quantified Self To Your Living Space

    CubeSensors Extend The Concept Of The Quantified Self To Your Living Space

    Sensors are quickly becoming a category of external hardware gadgets unto themselves, and Slovenia-based CubeSensors is creating a set that essentially monitor your living space to provide you with aggregate data about noise, temperature, humidity, light, air quality and more to provide clues about how your environment might be affecting you and those around you. Read More