The GrandPad is as much a service as it a product. And while its appeal is narrow, it serves its niche exceptionally well.
Sleep monitors report how well you slept. This sleep-monitoring mattress actively helps you sleep better.
The hardware costs $199, but you’ll also need to pay $29 per month for the service.
If money is no object, OLED technology looks better than LCD. But how many of us can honestly say money is no object?
Despite the absence of 4K support, I found no trouble with this curve.
Yep, it resembles the Nest. Nope, it doesn’t perform like it.
Bluetooth low energy technology makes this accessory hard to lose track of.
When your car's connected, the first step with any road trip is not to fill up with gas. It’s to sit down at a computer and fire up your browser. Infiniti Connection service lets you create a detailed itinerary and upload it to your car.
We'd all love to have Google Earth in the car—and viewed safely from the central display. Right now, the only way to get it is through a pricey optional package on Audi cars. But it sure is fun.
Hand over the keys with fewer qualms. Ford MyKey lets parents set speed limits and other controls to help teen drivers stay safe.
Can your car play Titanfall? Dual HDMI ports and dual displays mean this one can.
Movies with tech themes are fun, but their depiction of computing in the workplace is typically problematic.
If you can print your own, scalable model of an NSX or another concept car, could a spare door handle be far behind? We hope not.
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