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  • Suunto’s MoveSense makes developing your own fitness tracker way easier

    Suunto’s MoveSense makes developing your own fitness tracker way easier

    Design, sourcing, miniaturization and manufacturing of a product as complicated as a fitness tracker is all ludicrously complicated, and often isn’t core to its functionality. Suunto has shoved the sensors from its heart rate tracking strap into a developer-friendly package. Dubbed Movesense, it is designed to empower the next generation of fitness tracker creators to get started. Read More

  • Chip Pro is a $16 computer empowering makers to build IoT gadgets

    Chip Pro is a $16 computer empowering makers to build IoT gadgets

    Say you want to create the next generation of voice recognition-enabled, AI-ensmartened, buzzword-laden gadget. The fist thing you need to do is pick a platform. Arduino isn’t powerful enough. The Raspberry Pi works great for prototyping, but going from Pi to production is a many-step process. Next Thing’s Chip Pro is stepping up to fill the gap with a smart development kit for… Read More

  • Live from CES 2017 in Las Vegas with TechCrunch (Day 2)

    Watch CES Day 2 LIVE right here!

    Boy, do we have a show for you today! We’ve got a fireside chat with FitBit’s James Park, as well as a fireside with the French conservative presidential candidate (who is leading in the polls) and former Prime Minister François Fillon. And if that’s not enough French for you, we’re also holding a panel on the resurgence of French startups — did you know… Read More

  • Hands-on with Nvidia’s new 4K HDR-streaming Shield with Android TV

    Hands-on with Nvidia’s new 4K HDR-streaming Shield with Android TV

    Nvidia’s Shield set-top streaming device got an update at this year’s CES, and it was a big one: The new hardware is 40 percent smaller than the original, with a new Android 7.0 Nougat-based operating system and a redesigned UI that groups games together and just generally organizes things a bit more logically. It also handles 4K HDR content streaming, and boasts the most… Read More

  • Hardware Battlefield wildcard ZMorph shows off its new multi-headed, iMac-like 3D printer

    Hardware Battlefield wildcard ZMorph shows off its new multi-headed, iMac-like 3D printer

    While the ZMorph 2.0 SX looks like an alien seed pod but it’s actually a powerful, multi-tool printer for the prosumer market. The company has been around for a bit but this is their latest entrant in the 3D printing world and features multiple tool heads including a standard plastic extruder, a laser, a CNC router, and dual-head extruder for multiple colors. The founder, Przemek… Read More

  • Nvidia hits prime time at CES this year

    Nvidia hits prime time at CES this year

    What do you do when you rapidly become one of the most important chip manufacturers in the world and your stock price more than triples in a single year? For Nvidia, it means you throw a massive keynote stuffed with announcements that are setting the stage for a suite of products built around your core technology — building GPUs — that will make you the center of the… Read More

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