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Even if you're resting, your Sleep Number mattress probably won't be. We heard about the company's smart beds back in CES 2014 (if you can remember that far back), but now the tech inside the firm's premium model is being shared among the entire bed series.. The SleepIQ software inside apparently

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CES 2014: the year the Internet of Things got very, very real. So far at the show we've seen a smart toothbrush and even a smart slow cooker, but is everybody ready for a smart bed? Sleep Number just announced the x12, which packs a variety of sensors to monitor your sleeping habits, movement, hea

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For many travelers, stealing hotel towels or bathrobes is more pastime than petty crime. Hotels, on the other hand, apparently take it more seriously. So seriously, in fact, that some have begun embedding specially crafted RFID tags within their linens, just to help us avoid \"accidentally\" stuffin

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Sometimes a so-called \"revolution\" really can be revolutionary. New-York-based Resource Furniture specializes in highly engineered space-saving furniture from Clei (and others) that really is extraordinary in its design and ease of operation. Something that's particularly important if you or your f

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Know what we hate? The long groggy walk from our beds to the computer. It's only 10 feet but its potentially dangerous and honestly, exhausting. Panasonic's Robotic Bed is set to change that by automatically transforming from a static bed to a mobile wheelchair... and back. Once converted, the robo

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It's one thing to exemplify laziness; it's another to buck the habit just long enough to invent something to keep you idler, longer. Enter Enrico Berruti, an everyday fellow who has created something that almost anyone with a bed could see as useful. His Selfy bed, quite simply, uses a variety of mo

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We've seen our fair share of extravagant beds, but Sonic Impact isn't out to sell you new furniture. Rather, it's hoping that music lovers will warm to its BM101 speaker panel, which is reportedly designed to slip between the mattress and box spring and allow tunes to \"emanate\" from your bed. Each

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We've seen our fair share of extravagant beds, but Sonic Impact isn't out to sell you new furniture. Rather, it's hoping that music lovers will warm to its BM101 speaker panel, which is reportedly designed to slip between the mattress and box spring and allow tunes to \"emanate\" from your bed. Each

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Sure, your bed is pretty comfortable. you probably even have one of those plush down mattress covers. You may have convinced yourself that you're in the lap of luxury, but according to Leggett & Platt -- you're nowhere close. Enter the Starry Night bed, the be-all-end-all when it comes to break

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Sure, your bed is pretty comfortable. you probably even have one of those plush down mattress covers. You may have convinced yourself that you're in the lap of luxury, but according to Leggett & Platt -- you're nowhere close. Enter the Starry Night bed, the be-all-end-all when it comes to brea

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We've seen some pretty fantasmical beds in our day, but none of them make you want to stay in it forever quite like this one. Hollandia's Platinum-Luxe Elite, which probably took a few design cues from Mork & Mindy's abode, is far from being your average sleep system, as this thing sports a matt

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We've already been up close and personal with Sharp's 52-inch LCD TV prototype. You know the one: 29-mm (1.14-inch) thin with a 100,000:1 contrast and the ability to reproduce 150% of the NTSC color gamut. Right, well, Sharp has slipped the pup into an automatic \"POP-UP\" rig which gives rise to the

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Sure, you could blow a cool million on a bed you'd never sleep on, but why not grab one that actually provides some relief (and won't run you $5k a month... forever) after a hard day in the blazing sun? Enter Kuchofuku, who certainly has the right idea with its air conditioned sleeper and clothing

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While we've seen our fair share of methods to make your night's rest a bit more comfortable (or uneasy), Zyken's latest supposedly provides the perfect solution to combat \"light pollution\" and help you sleep exactly as nature intended. While you may be functioning on highly caffeinated beans or an o

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Here you go folks, a computerized mattress for your computer bed from none other than that Japanese consumer electronics powerhouse, Panasonic. While it's not the strangest thing to come from Japan, it ranks. To protect your nightly crash, the EU3002 delivers eight programable airbags which change

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