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ALLie camera takes a 360-degree view of everything

ALLie camera takes a 360-degree view of everything

Virtual reality might be the up and coming star, but its success will largely depend on the content available for it. "Manufactured" content like games might be great but real-life footage, both live and recorded, is even better. Manufacturers are scrambling to create the perfect VR camera setup but ALLie, apparently pronounced as "ALL-e", might have the jump on them What might look like a webcam the shape of eyeball is actually a 360-degree camera that can be used for surveillance, recording events, and, of course, VR.

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TrackR tries to make losing things a thing of the past

TrackR tries to make losing things a thing of the past

In this hi-tech age, you'd think that losing things permanently, with no way of tracking them down or retrieving them, should rarely happen, but reality is quite far from expectation. That has given rise to a market of wireless trackers that each try to give their own spin on how to locate your misplaced, or even stolen, items. TrackR offers not just one but two solutions that cover both outdoor as well as outdoor scenarios, ensuring that you won't be parted from your dear possessions for too long. Hopefully.

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BeeWi’s smart home line now includes an oil diffuser

BeeWi’s smart home line now includes an oil diffuser

When people talk about smart or automated homes, they usually think of lights, TVs, speakers, thermostats and maybe even ACs. But an aromatherapy diffuser? Probably not. But that's exactly what BeeWi is showcasing at CES 2016 today. As a proper member of its smart home lineup, the BeeWi smart oil diffuser connects to your home network, automatically adjusts itself according to the conditions inside the room, records environmental statistics, and, of course, lets owners remotely control and view all that from the convenience of their smartphone.

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Triby connected speaker, with Alexa inside, coming this Spring

Triby connected speaker, with Alexa inside, coming this Spring

Amazon might have its own virtual smart assistant but Alexa, as she is more personally known, can be found in one and only one device, the Amazon Echo. Well, soon not anymore. At CES 2016, we're once again seeing Invoxia's Triby connected speaker fridge magnet and, as we've seen, or rather heard, months ago, Alexa is still inside, ready to take your order. This makes Triby the first third party device to integrate Amazon's assistant, expanding Alexa's reach by just a wee bit and perhaps signaling the start of a new breed of Alexa-empowered devices.

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Lenovo VIBE S1 Lite budget phone boasts 5″ FHD display

Lenovo VIBE S1 Lite budget phone boasts 5″ FHD display

Lenovo has introduced its newest smartphone, the budget-friendly VIBE S1 Lite. Despite its budget status, the phone brings with it some decidedly mid-tier specs, including a Full HD 5-inch “wide-view” display and up to 32GB of internal storage (complemented with a microSD card slot for expansion). The phone will be arriving soon in places where Lenovo’s other VIBE phones are sold, but unfortunately won’t be landing in the United States.

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Lenovo Y series accessories target PC gamers

Lenovo Y series accessories target PC gamers

Lenovo has a handful of accessories amidst its new laptops and tablets, and they’re targeted at gamers. The Lenovo Y Gaming Mouse, as the name suggests, is designed for use with video games, as is the new Y Gaming Stereo Headset. For those frequently on the go, Lenovo has also taken the wraps off its new Y Gaming Armored Backpack, a three-compartment bag that can hold your gaming gear and keep it safe, too.

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