You've just crammed your bag into an overhead compartment, settled into you seat and... huh, you notice there aren't any seat-back TVs on the plane. It must be an older aircraft, right? Not necessarily.
Take last year's Slingbox 500, chip $30 off the price tag, mix in WiFi functionality and you've got Sling Media's latest streamer, the Slingbox M1. But in an age where internet video is readily accessible, is this $150 media box worth the investment?
If you're thinking, "Those look like Pebble smartwatches," you're right. They are, only in Fly Blue, Fresh Green and Hot Pink limited edition styles. What's more, you can get one today for $150.
Remember Haptix's (now Ractive) sensor that lets you play an FPS with only gestures or doodle on your desktop? Now called the Touch+, this $75 gizmo is shipping to Kickstarter backers today.
Recently, a sex offender was brought to justice thanks to Gmail account information provided by Google. Sure, that's a noble feat, but should you be concerned about the security and privacy of your inbox?
Got a few old, played-out video games lying around? Now might be the best time to sell them, as Gamestop's increased trade-in values by 20 percent across the board.
Most in-car navigation system concepts can show you a text message, but you have to grab your phone to reply. With Navdy's HUD, however, you can reply to your friends or request directions through simple gestures and voice commands.